Internships

Internship provides students opportunities to gain valuable on-the-job training and an in-depth understanding of different industries before graduation. Successful internship experiences may also open up future career prospects. Over 90% of CUHK Business School undergraduates have undertaken internships before graduation. There are two main formats of internship: Semester Internship and Summer Internship.

Semester Internships

Full-time

This type of internship offers students an intensive exposure to different career options. Students suspend their study for one or two terms and totally immerse themselves in their chosen field at a local company.

Part-time

Students can take up internship on a part-time basis during the academic year, with less than 18 hours of work per week. This allows them to work flexibly and enrich their exposure at the same time.

Summer Internship

Summer internship allows student to take up employment between June 1 and August 31. Students can gain experience relevant to their field of study and enrich their profile without any interruption to their studies.

Other Programmes

Internship Programmes Offered by Business Programmes

Summer Industry Internship Programme by

Actuarial Training Programme by

CUHK Business School solicits internship opportunities through our strong industry connections and alumni network. Our students have been offered internship placements in various well-renowned organisations including:

Accounting

FMCG

Deloitte
EY
KPMG
PwC

Johnson & Johnson
L’Oreal
P&G

Banking & Finance

Government Service

Barclays Capital
Bank of China
Goldman Sachs
HSBC
J.P. Morgan
UBS

Hong Kong Monetary Authority
The Hong Kong Productivity Council
Securities and Futures Commission

Internet & Media

Hotel and Tourism

Bloomberg
Google
Tencent

Disney
Hyatt
Marriott

Accounting

Deloitte
EY
KPMG
PwC

FMCG

Johnson & Johnson
L’Oreal
P&G

Banking & Finance

Barclays Capital
Bank of China
Goldman Sachs
HSBC
J.P. Morgan
UBS

Government Service

Hong Kong Monetary Authority
The Hong Kong Productivity Council
Securities and Futures Commission

Internet & Media

Bloomberg
Google
Tencent

Hotel and Tourism

Disney
Hyatt
Marriott