Paid Hotel Internships in China: Spring – Summer 2016

Nov 3, 2015 | Destinations, Latest News, Paid Internships

Are you studying Tourism, Hospitality, Culinary Arts, Business, Events or Hotel Management? 

Are you looking for a Paid Hotel Placement as part of your university course?

Gain experience in a 5 Star Hotel in the world’s fastest growing luxury hotel industry!

We arrange Paid Internships with Marriott, Sheraton, Crowne Plaza, Marco Polo, Sofitel, Tonino Lamborghini, Fairmont and many boutique Chinese hotels.

We don’t charge you a fee. You choose your start date. Contact us now for placements starting before March 2016. 

Includes: airport pick-ups, food and accommodation, Mandarin language course, visa assistance, orientation and support from our UK and China offices.

Got a Question? Contact us Find out more

We are here to answer your questions. Send us a message or call us on +44 (0)1273 710569.

We have hospitality placements available at some of the world’s most prestigious hotels.

Sheraton
Sofitel Luxury Hotels
Marriot
Tonino Lamborghini

Jason Billam - Plymouth University

“I wanted to personally thank you for all the help you've given me the last few months, and for allowing me to have this fantastic opportunity.”

Jason Billam - Plymouth University

"Thank you very much for everything, you found the internship I really wanted."

Gabriela Arevalo, Swiss Hotel Management School (SHMS)

Alex Smarsch - Oxford Brookes University

“I arrived at the Sheraton hotel and there are no words to describe how amazing this place is and how well they treat me. I hope my work here makes up for the good treatment I get!”

Alex Smarsch - Oxford Brookes University

"I would really like to thank you for being so involved in finding my internship. It was a great thing to discover your program."

Marko Djukic - Switzerland

Jason Billam - Plymouth University
“I have always wanted to travel with my work, and experience different cultures and lifestyles. China is now a place with so much to offer due to its phenomenal growth in the last few decades.”

Jason Billam - Plymouth University

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