Engineering internship in Hong Kong

A common problem among most engineering students is indecisiveness when it comes to selecting a specialization.

 

With great range of choices also comes great confusion. They ask their peers, relatives or professors for advice, but they never think to evaluate the specialization for themselves. By the time they realize that the specialization they chose is not their cup of tea, they are already half-way through their degree.

Internships are single best way to resolve this confusion. If you are interested in a particular engineering field, then the best way to figure out if it is suitable for you is to pursue an internship in that field.

This way you will get to see for yourself what your professional life will possibly look like in the future if you specialize in that field. The internship will make you fairly acquainted with the work nature and dynamics of your chosen field.

The benefits of internship, however, are more far-reaching than just this. Employers very much value candidates with internship experience. They look for engineering graduates who have at least some kind of prior relevant work experience, and they consider an internship as a good testament to the same.

Wondering why is that so? Employers consider engineering graduates with internship experience more ready and prime to handle the challenges of a full time job position.Companies know that these candidates, with hands-on work experience, will be able to adapt and deliver results quickly.

That’s why you should complete at least one internship program before graduation if you want to land a well-paying job offer in a good company. One of the best internship programs that you can go for is an engineering internship in Hong Kong.

 

Past AIP Engineering interns have been involved and worked on the following projects:

 

  • Utilizing AutoCAD to develop facility layout drawings of production and support areas.
  • Conducting studies and propositions for improvements to the overall process flow and spatial utilization based on lean manufacturing principles.
  • Testing prototypes and machinery, while writing reports to document the results.
  • Assisting and shadowing engineering managers with development of engineering schedules, budgets, projects, and quality assurance.
  • Assisting with the development and maintenance of parts catalogs, owner’s manuals, and operational instruction manuals for assigned products.

 

Note that all AIP interns are given a personal supervisor who will train, monitor and guide you throughout your international internship experience.

 

Internship tasks will vary from company to company, as well as intern to intern. These are only examples of tasks that were carried out from previous interns.

 

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