Join KSR’s Part II International Placement

Part II Architectural Assistant position in China

KSR International has been running a successful placement programme for architecture graduates since 2006. The placement is a fantastic opportunity to develop your skills and work on award-winning international projects while taking in the culture in Shenzhen, China.

KSR China, established by Sonny Chen 15 years ago, has become a leading design practice with a range of exciting high-end projects.

Why KSR?

With the fast pace of development in China, successful candidates will have the chance to be involved in a variety of projects at all stages of the design process. You will be an integral part of a team that will utilize your strength and develop your potential. You are expected to handle substantial responsibility and will have the opportunity to represent KSR at client meetings and design presentations. This may provide you with an opportunity to visit places across Asia.

The placement has proved an invaluable training experience that has led to wider opportunities for many current and former placement graduates. Alumni are currently working in some of the world’s top architecture firms in the UK, US, Asia and elsewhere.

What we offer?

A salary is offered at local rate and is supplemented by:

  • Self-catered apartment
  • All bills and amenities
  • Relocation flights and expenses
  • An additional return flight to the UK (usually taken at Christmas)
  • Paid leave for Chinese National Holidays
  • Mandarin Language Lessons

How to apply

Applications are welcome from individuals with a Postgraduate degree in Architecture (Part II) and with fluency in English.

Please send a CV, cover letter and samples of work (no larger than 5MB) to no later than 1st April 2019.

Interviews will be held at the end of April 2019.


Do you have more questions?

We understand moving country can be a daunting experience, so our current placement graduates are happy to answer any questions you may have:

Allex Stewart-Long BA(Hons) MArch –

Shawn Leishamn