Looking for an internship in Korea? Well, you've come to the right place! Here is the first stop to understanding the Korean company landscape and getting an idea of what opportunities are available. Read KBC members' success stories, as well as their honest and practical advice. Ask a question in our forums, and start networking among our experienced KBC community!
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|At KBC, we are working hard to help our members succeed in Korean business. Many members are still trying to get started, and a lot want to intern in a Korean company. Through two public databases, Korea Business Central is bringing intern candidates together with Korean companies offering internship opportunities.
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the Interns Database
This is where intern candidates can enter their personal information and appear in a public database that Korean companies can view and follow-up on.
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the Companies Database
This is where Korean companies can enter information about internship opportunities, which then appear in a public database the intern candidates can view and follow-up on.
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"The reason for taking this course is because I am searching for a graduation internship in Korea. My ultimate goal is to live and work in Korea and I am hoping that an internship is the first step towards realizing this goal. I want to make as many preparations for possible employment in Korea and I believe understanding Korean business culture (and being able to show showing tangible evidence of that) is a good start."
Kevin van Balen, Student in the Netherlands (Certified Korea Business Professional)
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