Prepare Your Internship in China
Starting an Internship in China requires you to be open-minded, have the initiative to learn, and have adaptation skills. Chinese companies and even multinational organizations turn to respect procedures and long channels of operation and approval. Based on some Human Resource Managers in China, the dominating reason is that the labor law has several gray areas that are worth considering before accepting interns, and this takes some time. In general, the Human Resource Manager needs an average of 4 weeks to confirm interns. Therefore, we recommend the internship participants start their application between 12 to 15 weeks or even much earlier to get an outstanding offer for an internship in China. An advanced application will give the company a long time to prepare adequately to deal with the host organizations.
In the process, they can generate as many offers as possible. Many offers indicate varieties and varieties lead to best offer selection. CIP Limited and other Internship Placement agencies continue to give offers till the applicant is satisfied but when the process starts late, due to visa applications participants have to resort to the available offer which might not be the best.