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Amalia Escobar, Technical Design Intern , Under Armour
Hong Kong is Asia's fashion center and the heart of the global apparel industry. An 8 week internship program
provides students with hands-on experience working with well-known multinational
corporations and other organizations with offices in this dynamic city. Interns have been placed with VF Corporation,
Under Armour, Crocs, Ann Taylor, Hugo Boss, Target, PVH, Levi Strauss & Company, Li & Fung,
Inside Fashion Magazine, and others where they work side by side with executive
expatriates and Chinese professionals on product development, merchandising, market
research, sourcing, branding, sustainability, and other areas of the business.
resume building activity often provides students the opportunity to visit mills
and factories in mainland China as well as attending major wholesale apparel
markets and Hong Kong Fashion Week. In
their spare time, students can go to local attractions, participate
in dragon boat races, shop the local markets and fine retail stores, and travel
participate in the Hong Kong internship study abroad program come back with a renewed global perspective, industry knowledge, professional networks, and strong international resume.
Read more information about how to apply for the Hong Kong Internship program and deadlines at the Institute for Global Studies website.
Please visit our picture gallery for the Hong Kong internship program.
For questions about the Hong Kong internship program, please contact:
Hye-Shin Kim, Faculty Director
211 Alison Hall West
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