Shanghai is the most populous city in the world and serves as mainland China’s commercial and financial epicenter. On this co-sponsored summer internship program, students from US institutions have the opportunity to work full-time in Shanghai in a variety of disciplines. They will also earn credit through a center-based course taken alongside their U.S-based peers.
KSB-Summer Global Internship
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Summer 2019: 6/17 - 8/11
- Program Organization
- This is an IU Co-Sponsored Program
- Summer Internship Program at the Council on International Education Exchange (CIEE) Study Center at East China Normal University
- Typical enrollment: 25-50 students from U.S. colleges and universities
- Academic Program
- "Internship" Program track*
- Chinese language at beginning, intermediate or advanced level (based on placement test)
- Unpaid, 3-credit internship project with accompanying seminar
- Internship placement of 100-110 hours; 18 seminar hours
- Placements in sponsored companies that may include local Chinese companies, multi-national corporations, as well as international small and medium enterprises and non-profit organizations
This program is restricted to students of Business.
- 6 IU credits
- 3-credit Chinese language course
- 3-credit internship project with Organizational Internship course
- Additional Information
- Chinese homes
- Program Eligibility
You may apply if you:
- are an undergraduate student at any Indiana University campus who is making normal academic progress
- are in at least your fourth full-time semester of college
- are not a citizen of the PRC, Taiwan, Hong Kong, or Macau
- are a business major or a LAMP student
- have approximately a 2.75 cumulative GPA
China Normal University, the local host institution, will not accept students who are citizens of the People's Republic of China (PRC), Taiwan ROC, Hong Kong SAR, or Macau. This includes those who are permanent U.S. residents. Students of Chinese ancestry who hold U.S. passports are welcome to apply.
Complete eligibility criteria and selection criteria are outlined within the Academic Policies and Procedures of the Office of Overseas Study. Selection is based on maturity, seriousness of purpose, and appropriateness of match between program and applicant. Students on disciplinary probation during program period are ineligible.
- Costs and Financial Aid
- IU portion of fee: $228.00
- CIEE portion of fee*paid to IU bursar: $5,557.50 (academic fees, housing, field trips, insurance and orientation)
- Meals: $970
- International Airfare: CIEE estimates $1,530 for East Coast departures
- See IU Fee Sheet for additional cost and payment details.
*Special discounted CIEE fee for IU students. Based on published CIEE materials. Indiana University cannot guarantee the prices charged by CIEE and is not responsible for any price increase or change. Program qualifies for need-based CIEE Overseas Study Program Specific Scholarships. Applications should be submitted to Overseas Study at the time of program application.
Airfare, personal expenses and vacation travel additional. Initial prepayment of $500 due February 4, 2019.
Financial Aid and Scholarships:
- IU scholarships, grants and loans applicable to program costs with some exceptions. Please carefully check these exceptions before you commit to a program.
- CIEE scholarships and grants available.
- Kelley School of Business Overseas Study Scholarships
Please see our financial aid page for general information and links to additional scholarship opportunities.
- Program Contacts
Study Abroad Advisor
Provides detailed guidance and answers questions about specific programs or coursework available.
Kelley International Programs Office
Student Services Coordinator
Helps students navigate the application process and coordinates with cosponsoring organizations.