February 15, 2017
June 3 - July 29, 2017
Costs include: Tuition, housing and internship placement, breakfast and dinner, orientation and program of activities and subsidized extracurricular activities, medical/accident Insurance
Cost does not include: Roundtrip airfare and personal expenses
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Hong Kong, China
The Hong Kong Internship Program is an eight-week summer program, which provides students with an opportunity to work in one of the world's largest financial centers best known for its innovation and economic entrepreneurship.
By participating, students will have the opportunity to gain international internship experience in their field of choice. Students will also gain an appreciation for Hong Kong’s diverse culture and landscape.
Info Session: Wednesday, February 1st at 6:00pm in McClelland Hall 201A (Salter Seminar Room)
Guaranteed Internship Placement
Students will work with the program provider to professionally revise their resume, prepare for interviews and ultimately obtain the internship they desire. Because of our industry expertise and proven track record, we have successfully secured internships for 99% of our participants.
Hong Kong summer internships are unpaid and placements are made with an emphasis on balancing the needs of the student with those of the organization.
Summer Internship Housing and Transportation
Our centrally located housing will give you the convenience and comfort necessary for an amazing summer! Public transportation is located within a ten-minute walk from University dormitory housing. The University housing comes fully equipped with Internet access, beds, desks, and linens. Additionally, there will be on-site staff members who will live in the same building with the students to ensure their safety and comfort at all times.
After completing the placement process, participants will be able to complete a roommate questionnaire to appropriately match similar personalities. Rooms are laid out as double-occupancy.
Navigation is easy within the city, as it has a modern public transportation system (MTR) with signs that are in both English and Chinese.
Upon completion of the program students will have earned six units of credit under BNAD 393A. These units can be applied directly towards the Global Business Program or can be used as general elective credit.
Students must meet with the International Initiative Coordinator prior to program participation be fully aware of the procedures and necessary paper work/documentation to be completed before, during and after the internship in order to participate in the program.
Eligibility and Application Process
- Minimum GPA of 2.75
- Valid passport