Intern in TaiWan
Free, democratic, and safe society, Taiwan ranked 14th in Forbes’ 2018 survey of the world’s 15 safest places to live. Taiwan has developed to one of the world’s leading manufacturers of information and communication technology products in a few decades.Due to its strong focus on scientific research and development combined with international trade outlook, this island nation becomes one of the fastest developing countries in Asia.
GoAbroadChina internship in Taiwan program will expose you to a great variety of industry fields to choose from, also introduce you to the unique Taiwanese history and heritage, a charming culture, and an exquisite cuisine. Taiwan is the ideal place for any university student or young professional who wants to discover a new exciting place in Asia.
Why Internship in Taiwan
A Repository of Chinese culture
Taiwan people hold onto traditional values and ideals centered on the importance of family and education. Traditional forms of writing, architecture, and art are part of everyday life. In Taiwan, the ancient and the modern, the traditional and the new are seamlessly woven together, creating a fascinating, dynamic society like no other in the world.
More Free & Secure Society
Taiwan embraces freedom, and democracy, and provides a safe environment where you can feel safe walking on the street at any time of day or night. Taiwan is a democracy with a constitutional government. Freedom House, a renowned NGO, ranked Taiwan's degree of freedom as second in Asia, in its Freedom in the World 2019 report. In 2018, Forbes ranked Taiwan 14th among the world's safest places to live.
Easier to Travel
Taiwan’s government is still rolling out plans to ease pandemic control measures, which make travelers easier to enter into China, to travel, study and work.
More Employment Opportunities
Due to its strong focus on scientific research and development combined with international trade outlook, Taiwan becomes one of the fastest developing countries in Asia, with more wonderful internship and full time job opportunities.
20+ Internship Fields
Choose from a wide range of industries to further your career with a practical hands-on experience, ranging from business, counsulting, finance, marketing & PR to law, engineering, human resource and hospitality.
No matter what field you want to explore your career in, we’re sure to have a suitable opportunity for you in a relevant organization, including fully paid internships.
We also can arrange internships in these fields: Graphic Design, eCommerce, Psychology, Medical & Healthcare, Travel & Tourism, Architecture, ...
Our Partner Companies
We are partnered with some of the most prestigious organizations in the world, through to small and medium-sized businesses and entrepreneurial startups, ensuring that you’ll be able to find the best internship opportunity for you.
Our strong relationships with our partner companies in China allow us to offer high quality internships that provide both hands-on workplace experience, and relevant industry-related skills that will be invaluable in furthering your career.
GAC Internship Program offers excellent service package value for money to ensure you have a rich and memorable experience in China. Our standard all-inclusion program package includes all the essential things you need to have a fantastic experience in China. Meanwhile, we can fully tailor your experience to match your needs and budgets. Contact us with your needs.
Arrival & Orientation
Activities & Tours
Prices & Dates
Our Internship in Taiwan Program are available all-year-round with the optional duration from 1 to 12months. The following table outlines all-inclusive service prices for our programs, excluding visa fees, flights, insurance or daily food & drink. Learn more pricing details.
|Program Length||Full Service with Homestay||Full Service with Shared Apartment||Full Service with Private Apartment|
∗ Contact a Personal Program Advisor to get your customized service package within your budget.
Four Easy Steps to Go Abroad Asia
Step One: Apply online
Review program info and complete our online application form to get the ball rolling.
Step Two: Application Assessment
You will have a 15-min Skype interview with your program advisor to discuss your motivation, goals, needs, destination and duration. From this, we can make sure we tailor the right service package for you. We’ll also know if this is the right program for you. Within two to three days after the interview, the advisor will be in touch by email to let you know if your application has been successful. If so, we’ll send you a formal offer.
Step Three: Confirmation
To confirm your placement in our program, you’ll need to reply to our letter of offer and pay your agreed program deposit. Once this has been done, we’ll send you all the documents you need: your contract and all the required documents for your visa application as well as your pre-departure package via email, which contains all the information you’ll need regarding your trip and stay in Asia.
Step Four: Start your wonderful Asia journey
Once your flights have been booked, let us know your arrival details (date and time, flight number) so that we can organize airport pick-up. We’ll be excited to welcome you to our program in person!
Our support doesn’t end when you arrive. We are as dedicated to ensuring you have around the clock support for the duration of your stay as we do in getting you here. Your journey will include your paid internship, accommodation, language courses, cultural experiences, tours, and networking.
Testimonials from Our Interns
Our intern program participants love their placements in workplaces across Asia, and fully embrace the life-changing experiences that their internships provide. Many of them form strong bonds with their host families, greatly improve their language skills, and develop invaluable skills to further their careers.
The support that Go Abroad China provides to our interns ensures that their time in Asia is one they’ll never forget. Read what the participants in our internship programs have to say about their experiences.
Tuan - Australia Internship Program in Beijing
Living and working in Beijing really opened my eyes. The people are extremely nice and helpful. During work, even though there is a huge language barrier, my colleagues do try to communicate with me and the manager was able to organise me to learn from different departments. I was able to make new friends and visit many places in Beijing. Everyone from GAC are very helpful and supportive. Overall I am satisfied with the program. Read More
Laura - USA Internship Program in Shanghai
Go aboard China was the one of the best things to happen to me!!! I did the homestay program where I stayed with the cutest family they were so kind to me!!! Kinder then the family I have now lol I actually miss them and think of them often even though it's been a few months since I left the program. I also got to work in an amazing engineering firm Wison were I had the most loving and hilarious coworkers, I literally just fit right in ! GAC I would recommend to a friend or any one reading this. Even when i wasn't in the city of Shanghai , GAC still helped me, plan , get and make sure I was safe during my trip to Beijing. I love GAC!!! Read More
Chris - United Kingdom Internship Program in Beijing
My time in China has been extremely rewarding. When I arrived, the culture shock was immense but I quickly settled into Chinese life, thanks to Gina and the GAC team. My internship was exactly what I was looking for, and it gave me the opportunity to work in a fantastically social co-working space in the heart of Sanlitun SOHO, a cosmopolitan and refined area. Read More
David - Australia Internship Program in Shanghai
Overall I enjoyed my experience with GAC. I was pleased with the amount of knowledge I learned and the new experiences I went through during my internship as a financial analyst at a finance company which GAC found on my behalf. The internship made me realize how fast things move in the finance industry and I feel it has prepared me well for the transition from university to the work force. Read More