The China Mobility Program is a four-week international internship specialising in innovation and entrepreneurship.
Selected students spend four weeks based at some of Shanghai’s best technology startups. Working alongside other innovators, students learn first-hand the process of founding, investing and growing an early stage business in China.
12 Jun - 23 Jun
Workshops on entrepreneurship in China, cultural preparation workshops leading up to China arrival (one session)
24 Jun - 2 Jul
Arrival in Shanghai (24 Jun), student placement, commence first week of interning
3 Jul - 9 Jul
Internship plus a workshop on entrepreneurship delivered by members of local Shanghai startup community
10 Jul - 16 Jul
Internship and up to 2 days of tech tours and socialisation with local startup venues and facilitators, facilitated by CHJ
17 Jul - 23 Jul
Internship plus wrap-up and farewell event for employers, interns, sponsors, UQ alumni
Meet back in Australia to debrief about the program, your experience and tips for leveraging the contacts you have made
CHJ is one of the largest, most established hi-tech parks in Shanghai, hosting over 2000 established companies and several innovation centres for startups.
Fishburners, based at CHJ, is a co-working space for local China start-ups, and also serves a landing pad for Australian startups looking to expand to China.
The Shanghai-based China Accelerator is now in its 6th year of operation and is regarded as one of the most popular and leading accelerators in China.