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Suspension of Outbound "In-person" Internships through the end of Summer for Academic Year 2020-21

Note: In view of the latest development of the COVID-19 outbreak, please note that HKUST Career Center will suspend organizing or sponsoring outbound internship programs in Spring 2021 through the end of Summer 2021.You may explore other internship opportunities (e.g. local or virtual internships) through our Job Board. Your understanding would be much appreciated. Stay well and healthy! (Dated: Jan 5, 2021)

Why does Internship Matter?

The importance of internships just simply cannot be ignored or taken lightly. In today’s highly competitive job market, good jobs are highly sought after and only candidates who manage to stand head and shoulders above the rest will be chosen. That said, attending a good university well-connected with local and global corporations is the first step to pave your career path. While pursuing your study at HKUST, you MUST NOT OVERLOOK the importance of an internship because it empowers you to get ready with an impressive CV, hone your soft skills required in the workplace, build professional network, chart your career path and help you land a graduate offer.

  • Type of Internships

    Internships can be paid or unpaid and may take various forms:
    - part-time during the term;
    - full-time during the term (you have to apply for study leave in such situation); and
    - full-time during a winter or summer break.

  • Internship Opportunities

    iNet is an integrated internship platform managed by HKUST Career Center. It serves as a "one-stop shop" for internship-seeking HKUST students to gain access to internship opportunities spanning across HK, Mainland China and overseas countries just at their finger tips. With just a click on any of the following icons, you will get further details about internship opportunities available in respective regions.

       

  • What's in iNet for Me?