In the past 30 years, China has done a tremendous job and has become an economic powerhouse. Many commercial and trade aspects of today’s world affect or are affected by China directly or indirectly.
The young generations know-how
This status makes it even more important that the younger generation engages or familiarises themselves with China, as there is a high probability that they will encounter the country’s name in their future careers. Specific knowledge about Chinese Culture & Habits could be valuable for many employers and may add value during the job application process. An internship in China can be an interesting and rewarding experience for a recent graduate to start his or her career with a special “kick”.
Through our professional experience and our intensive exchange with Chinese culture over many years, we can impart practical and descriptive knowledge to our students. We share our know-how from the everyday working life in China and enable them to draw important personal conclusions from it.
A selection of our offerings:
Culture of China
- Business etiquette in China
- China’s customs
- Living and working in China
- Everyday work in China
- The Chinese culture and the differences to ours
- Business foundation in China
- Chinese superstition and cultural affiliation
- China – today and yesterday
Internship in China
- What are the characteristics of an internship in China?
- What awaits me in China?
- What is the process to apply for an internship in China?
Themes can also be mixed. It is essential for us that every event ensures a lively exchange between the speaker and the participants. Furthermore, we are aware that the learned knowledge is better understood through anecdotes and practical events. They ensure a better acquisition process and a more efficient usage in the future for the given piece of knowledge.
We are also happy to prepare tailor-made workshops and seminars on request.