For all the students from GTA, please contact your office of International Affairs in your home university to request further infomation before you apply through our website.
What is GTA?
For GTA students, you do not need this document.
No, Mandarin is not a requirement for applying to the International Mentorship Program. However, Chinese can be a plus for some companies, our program is designed to provide students with an English-friendly environment where they can thrive professionally and personally.
No, there is no age limit to apply for the Mentorship Program.
No. Please upload the English version of your entire academic transcript from your home university, beginning from your first semester until this current semester (Fall 2024) (except for the freshman).
If your home university does not provide an English version of your academic transcripts, then you should provide a translated copy alongside the official transcripts provided by your institution.
Students are required to choose five positions. Please note this is a requirement; students’ applications will be considered incomplete if this is not followed.
Students are NOT required to write five different CVs or motivation letters; however, you may do so if you wish to incorporate a message specific to each organization.
Yes! One of the main goals of the International Mentorship Program is to provide students with a wide range of internship placements across all sectors. If you fit the criteria for applying to a particular position, you are more than welcome to apply.
No, to be fair to all the applicants, students are not allowed to revise their position preferences after the application deadline.
No. GTA Students are not required to pay throughout the application process.
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