If you're looking for an internship or work-travel opportunity before or after your Study China programme in August, we recommend applying to join one of Gotoco's summer projects in over 100 locations around China. This is a great way to explore another region and aspect of China with like-minded university students, while further boosting your CV.
As a social enterprise, Gotoco has arranged for over 1,500 North American and European students to visit China to join their fun, funded and free work-travel and cultural exchange projects. Gotoco offers this free and funded to university students as part of their social mission to make people-to-people cultural exchange more accessible than it has ever been, and help students advance their careers while going on an adventure.
Join Gotoco in China to gain a TEFL certificate and useful work experience in teaching, education and activity leadership. No prior experience in China, Chinese or teaching is required—just a passion for education and travel.
Apply now through this link to grab one of 30 places reserved for Study China participants:
Generation UK was launched by the British Council in 2013. By 2020, it aims to help 80,000 students from the UK boost their employability, enhance their long-term job prospects, and develop a global mind-set through study and work experience opportunities in China.
The Generation UK campaign is supported by all four UK government administrations. With increased funding for 2020, Generation UK is hoping to support twice as many young people from disadvantaged and less represented backgrounds on internships in China.
To receive support from the Generation UK team please contact email@example.com
Young people and professionals wishing to participate in Generation UK should visit China opportunity page
There are more than 500 Confucius Institutes around the world, and each one serves its community in a different way. Confucius Institute is a public educational organisation under the Ministry of Education of the People's Republic of China, whose stated aim is to promote Chinese language and culture, support local Chinese teaching internationally, and facilitate cultural exchanges.
To learn more, visit your local Confucius Institute: