Why your students need to go to china


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Why your students need to go to china

  1. 1. Setting up aChina Internship Program
  2. 2. OverviewIntroductions - Who Are CRCC Asia?Key concepts - Why China? - China vs. EuropeUncomfortable Issues - Problems you May Encounter -Differing Political and Cultural Values - PrejudiceHow our programs have developed - Why Unpaid? - Why Serviced Apartments? - The Team on the Ground - Partner Companies - Urban vs RuralAudience Questions/Discussion
  3. 3. About CRCC AsiaCRCC Asia was founded by two Oxford andCambridge graduates who met at London’s 1000+School of Oriental and African Studies. 1000 interns 500 interns 250 interns 2006 2008 2010 2012 2007 2009 2011 The company CRCC Asia was New offices expanded incorporated in the opened in operations by United States and an Shanghai and opening an office office was San Francisco. in Beijing established in Courses and Pennsylvania Mandarin offered.
  4. 4. Our Offices and Team:
  5. 5. China created more than Population of over 1.3 billion and 10 million new urban the 2nd largest GDP in the world jobs during 2011Growing Global focus on China– Beijing 2008 Olympics, 60th China has theAnniversary of the PRC, largest foreignShanghai Expo 2010, currency reservesGuangzhou 2010 Asian Games in the worldHuge growth in Chinese Why China? In 2010 Chinese outbound investmentventure capital and private was $59bnequity funds China recently implemented a $586bn stimulus Average of 9.9% GDP growth plan over the past five years (US: 1.8%) Increasing amounts of dialogue - Hu Jintao’s visit to the US, January 2011, Xi Jinping’s visit to the US in February 2012
  6. 6. China vs. Europe- Asia Grows as Europe Slows- A New World Order? The Rise of the Rest
  7. 7. Problems you may encounter regarding China- Anti- China sentiment - Censorship - Democracy - Trade issues - Currency manipulation - Jobs- Distance and “foreign-ness” Administrators are wary due to past experiences
  8. 8. Differing Political and Cultural Values• A One Party System• Liberty vs. Harmony• Confucian Values• China’s History• China and the US ElectionHow to work withthese issues
  9. 9. Prejudice in China• Racial concerns• Visa Issues• How to increase diversity despite difficulties
  10. 10. Why Serviced Apartments not Home-stays or Dorms?- Dorms tend to be far from CBD, and aren’t compatible with working life- Home-stays have their own issues and can hamper networking/enjoyment- Important for keeping the high levels of organisation – logistics for events etc. - language issues - what they need to bring with them - internet!!!
  11. 11. Why you need a team on the ground? - China is not Europe! - Health & personal issues - Transportation, Logistics & Visas - Internship monitoring - Company relationships - Events & feel good factor – learning from others’ experiences.
  12. 12. Why So Many Partner Companies?
  13. 13. 北京和 上海 – Beijing & Shanghai • The Bund, the French Concession & Nanjing Rd • Pudong – Lights & Skyscrapers • Modern, Fashionable, Cool and knows it! • Beautiful nearby water villages & Scenery • Great Shopping & Eating• The Great Wall of China& Tiananmen Square• Forbidden City & SummerPalace• Cultural and official capitalof China• Hutongs & courtyard houses• Huge city with 24 hour buzz
  14. 14. How CRCC Asia works with universities• Make students aware of our programs• Find funding opportunities for students• Build your own program with CRCC Asia’s input and on-the-ground logistics• Grant Credit for CRCC Asia internship program, or your own program run through us.
  15. 15. Previous interns
  16. 16. Other CRCC Asia Courses• China Business & Finance Course- allows participants to gain China-specific finance knowledge in Beijing. This two-week intensive course runs in conjunction with KPMG, Lehman Brown and other leading financial firms.• Accredited course & internship – a 10 week program which could gain you up to 9 credits. Federal aid can be used with this program.• Chinese Language Program- a 1, 2 or 3 month top-class introductory intensive Chinese language program working with a great language school in Beijing or Shanghai.
  17. 17. CRCC Asia in the news “I’ve been told repeatedly that my work in China looks great on my resume’ ‘China is the choice for high flyers’ ‘It is so important that the rest of the world starts to understand China’‘Graduates going to great lengths to get ahead’ ‘Postcard from...China’ ”The CRCC Asia opportunities will ‘New brain drain as grads benefit a candidate’s application seek jobs abroad’ enormously.”
  18. 18. How to get in touch with CRCC Asia www.twitter.com/crccasia - Updates on internships, partner companies, and tips on graduate employability www.facebook.com/crccasia - Befriend us and ask any questions you may have about the Program www.crccasia.com/blog - Each month we have an intern blogger so you can see what the experience is really likeCall or visit our East Coast or West Coast officesAsk about alumni from your industry or university
  19. 19. Contact detailsUnited Kingdom China (Beijing)219-220 Temple Chambers, 3610 Capital Mansion, 6 Xin Yuan Road South,3-7 Temple Avenue, London, UK Chaoyang, Beijing 100004, P R ChinaTel: +44 (0) 207 3786220 Tel: +86 (0)10-8486 8250Fax: +44 (0) 207 3786226 Fax: +86 (0)10-8486 8096Email: london@crccasia.com Email: beijing@crccasia.comUSA (Shawnee) China (Shanghai)2F Fort Depuy, River Road, PO Box 48, Rm. 1111, No.1 Huaihai Zhong Rd,Shawnee On Delaware, PA 18356-0048, USA Luwan, Shanghai, P R ChinaTel: +1 570 213 5058 Tel: +86 (0)21 3330 0850Fax: +1 570 476 9909 Email: shanghai@crccasia.comEmail: shawnee@crccasia.comUSA (San Francisco) China (Hong Kong)Suite 1401, 703 Market Street Rooms 1318-20, 13/F Hollywood Plaza,San Francisco, CA 94103, USA 610 Nathan Road, Mongkok, Hong KongTel: +1 415 243 0967 Email: hongkong@crccasia.comEmail: sanfrancisco@crccasia.com
  20. 20. Questions and DiscussionAlongside the limited topics we’ve just discussed, we’re happy to talk about any of the following:- Visas (what type, processing time, frequent issues)- The application process (expectations, interviewing etc)- Insurance, Flights, spending money recommendations- Travel in China pre-, post- or during programs