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Gi2C China Internship

Very professional company.

Also for everyone who is planing to make that big move to do an internship in China I would strongly suggest to review some of the links about Gi2C below:

This one will tell you a bit more about the internships available in Beijing, China: https://www.helpgoabroad.com/internships-abroad/professional-internships...

If you are interested in doing an internships in Shanghai, you can check this page: https://www.helpgoabroad.com/internships-abroad/professional-internships...

Some useful reviews about programs in China you can find here: http://www.gooverseas.com/internships-abroad/china/gi2c-group/50371

Gi2C Company Glassdoor profile page: http://www.glassdoor.com/Reviews/Gi2C-Group-Reviews-E987968.htm

Gi2C Reviews on GoAbroad: http://www.goabroad.com/providers/get-in2-china-group

British Chamber of commerce also has an internship program introduction here: http://www.britishchamber.cn/content/international-internship-program-gi...

Gi2C Company profile on WikiJob: https://www.wikijob.co.uk/company/gi2c-group

Think-Magazine article: http://www.think-magazine.com/economics/783-5-reasons-to-use-gi2c-for-in...

Voyage-Travel article about internship in China: http://maiden-voyage-travel.com/qa-with-gi2c-ceo-yuri-khlystov-are-inter...

Another great article about internships in China: http://www.neverendingfootsteps.com/2015/05/11/a-gi2c-how-to-guide-how-t...

News on LehmanBrown Company page: http://www.lehmanbrown.com/news-and-events/business-china-series-gi2c-in...

Web extension app: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/category/apps

Program: Volunteer Abroad
Location: China
Posted: Aug 21, 2015
Overall:
10
Support:
9
Value:
10

China Study Abroad

CSA is fantastic and I cannot recommend them enough!

The journey starts when you are greeted and picked up at the airport by a friendly and enthusiastic staff member. Everyone at CSA is absolutely thrilled to be in China, and it's hard for the feeling to not rub off! The staff will take you directly to your accommodations and make sure you are settled in properly. The best part about CSA is the people. They really take the time and energy to make sure you are comfortable and enjoying your stay.

Also, they are really good about hosting group events and connecting CSA students, so you will already have a group of friends as soon as you arrive. And if you decide to not participate in the group activities, that's fine too, but they are always there as a nice option!

From the airport pickup, to dealing with admissions and housing, to getting my phone working, booking train tickets, etc. etc. - CSA was there to help every step of the way. I actually can't image going to China without them. This is a highly professional and reliable group, yet still fun and easygoing. I would recommend CSA to anyone planning on making a trip to China!

Program: Study Abroad
Location: China
Posted: Aug 16, 2015
Overall:
10
Support:
10
Value:
10

Projects Abroad

I recently just completed a study abroad trip with Projects Abroad in Shanghai and my placement was a medical internship. I am a pre-med student and I knew that Shanghai was becoming developed and I wanted to also experience the medical system of another country and of another culture. The hospital I was placed in was one of Shanghai’s top teaching hospitals and many doctors are well known in the country. A picture of me even went on the news for a liver transplant between father and son. I was placed in the departments I wanted to be in and being in the surgery room was very rewarding. Internal medicine departments were as well because I got to see patient medical histories and listen to how the doctors would treat these patients according to their day to day conditions. The accommodation was down to earth Shanghainese style but fully equipped and decent in size. There’s around five volunteers in a flat and the rooms are very nice (sheets and blankets provided). Tap water is not available for drinking in Shanghai so drinkable water was also provided. I do not think host family is an option for the Shanghai option for the China study abroad but if it is, I would think it’d be a more rewarding experience because it really lets you into the life of a Shanghainese family. The volunteers who I stayed with were coincidently all placed on a medical internship as well and it was so fun to go to and from work each day together, eat lunch at the cafeteria and share our stories. Getting around Shanghai was easy especially with the staff support. They picked us up and also help us call taxis to the airport. They checked up on us and was always there to help when we call or message them. We get an allowance for the trip duration (for food, sightseeing or other necessities) and even if you feel that it won’t be enough to spend, it actually will be. I used it on trying out the different local authentic restaurants. And it was also worth it to go souvenir shopping (so definitely go with your flat-mates). Overall it was a valuable experience and I hope I could apply to go abroad to another city.

Program: Study Abroad
Location: China
Posted: Jul 21, 2015
Overall:
10
Support:
8
Value:
10

China Study Abroad

This was my 2nd tour in China. Last time was in 2012 where I spent a semester teaching English. I looked through many different mandarin schools in Beijing and also in the rest of China in general, but they were either too expensive or their way of teaching didn't suit my needs. I bet you have probably done a lot of research yourself, and it's difficult to choose a program seeing as there are so MANY! I eventually stumbled over China Study Abroad online, and after reading many reviews about it I chose to apply for their one month intensive program in Beijing. The reviews weren't lying. Their program is great! Teaching was done in small classes of no more than 5 students that forces you to interact a lot more than you normally would in a class of 25+ students. You can also choose to have private lessons as well. I would highly recommend private lessons as it really progresses your mandarin skills.
When I arrived in Beijing I was greeted by a lovely CSA staff member that gave a starter pack to get me going; cell phone, general information about Beijing etc. They drove me to the place I had rented for a month and insisted that if I needed help with anything, I should let them know, 24/7. They were so helpful with any inquiries I had, but also so including; taking you out for dinner, showing you around, inviting you to get-togethers etc. In other words; They make sure you're not lonely.

Two thumbs up!

I'll definitely choose their program again for my next tour in China!

Program: Study Abroad
Location: China
Posted: Jan 5, 2015
Overall:
10
Support:
10
Value:
10

China Study Abroad

They were able to set me up with martial arts classes with some of the best Sanda (Chinese Kickboxing) fighters in the country. I was happy with how much they helped me

Program: Study Abroad
Location: China
Posted: Dec 9, 2014
Overall:
10
Support:
10
Value:
10

China Study Abroad

This was my 6th time in China and for the last time I choose CSA company - I have to say it was a wonderful experience - if you want to study abroad - CSA is probably the best choice!
First, they met me at the airport with welcome package, fresh water and very lovely smile, trust me - after 10h flight it was something very, very nice!
Then they showed me my apartment for the next 6 weeks - I was easily excited!!!
Also I have to mentione - they gave me a mobile phone with all CSA staff numbers - I could call them any time of the day - always just one phone call away from you and happy to help you!
Every weekend you will receive the list of activities where you can meet a lot of new friends, spend wonderful time, also - invitations to the dinners or lovely lunch with CSA staff on the middle of the day!
Always very helpful and friendly, every time smiling to see you, with the CSA you will never feel alone or lost in China, they will always take care of you!!!
If you are looking for saving money and time - choose the CSA!

Program: Study Abroad
Location: China
Posted: Nov 17, 2014
Overall:
10
Support:
10
Value:
10

China Study Abroad

Going through CSA to study abroad in China is probably one of the best decisions you will make, if you have already decided to study abroad. I studied in Beijing for a month and traveled around several cities in China for two weeks through the program, and I can genuinely say that the entire program was excellent. The support from the staff is always readily available, and they work hard to provide an experience that is hard to gain from elsewhere. Language skills improve depending on how much the individual has put in the effort, but the Beijing Language and Culture University is known for their prestigious education system when it comes to learning Chinese as a second language. CSA provides a number of activities for the participants of the program to bond and explore the city/country, and they are one of the best parts of the program. I highly recommend studying abroad through CSA, not only to enhance your language skills, but meet amazing people and make everlasting memories.

Program: Study Abroad
Location: China
Posted: Sep 25, 2014
Overall:
10
Support:
10
Value:
10

China Study Abroad

Had a great experience with CSA! It was great that they were able to organise my course paperwork before arriving in Beijing - it really saved me a lot of time and effort! Their service ensures your stay is as stress free as possible, from their airport pick up service, providing a network of fellow students, weekend social activities,and assistance with course registration, to help buying a bike, and speedy repair should any issues arise in your CSA accommodation - they are really friendly, always happy to help, and only a phone call away! I would definitely recommend CSA if you are considering studying in China and are a little apprehensive about doing it on your own.

Program: Study Abroad
Location: China
Posted: Aug 17, 2014
Overall:
10
Support:
10
Value:
8

International Humanity Foundation

I am a college student from China, and I am working at Aceh Center as a work study volunteer now. I have experienced Ramadan and the following Id al-Fitr, it's a great fun. I had a great experience with students here, and also the local people, other volunteers and of course my center director. At center, I taught classes to SD2 and SD5-6(all primary school student)with another Chinese volunteer. In the beginning it's a little bit difficult because young children don't understand much English, but we still found it interesting. These children are cute! Besides, we also do cleaning and other tasks, like recruitment, creating posters and flashcards. All in all, great to volunteer in Banda Aceh.

Program: Volunteer Abroad
Location: China
Posted: Aug 11, 2014
Overall:
10
Support:
9
Value:
8

CAPA International Education

I have nothing but praises for the CAPA International Education program and especially Rachelle Douillard-Proulx and Colin Speakman. As an admittedly over-protective mother, I was very concerned about the safety of my daughter and going to Beijing to study abroad. CAPA could not have been more responsive and helpful in providing information to allay my fears and concerns. While there, my daughter enjoyed learning about the Chinese culture, going to school, and doing an internship with a local business. Lastly, I can’t say enough about how Rachelle and Colin went above and beyond in assisting us in celebrating my daughter’s 21st birthday while in China. I could not have asked for a more personalized, safe, overall amazing experience, for all of us, especially my daughter Jennie. Thank you CAPA!

Program: Study Abroad
Location: China
Posted: Jul 25, 2014
Overall:
10
Support:
10
Value:
10

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