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Intel Corporation Shanghai, Shanghai (China)

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Intel Corporation Shanghai, Shanghai (China) Reviews

  • "relaxing culture, slow movement"

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    Former Intern - Software Engineer Intern in Shanghai, Shanghai (China)
    Former Intern - Software Engineer Intern in Shanghai, Shanghai (China)

    I worked at Intel Corporation as an intern

    Pros

    Engineers here are really friendly and open to discussion.

    Cons

    Everything moves very slowly. And it's not a good place if you want to do product development

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Intel Corporation Shanghai, Shanghai (China) Salaries

Salaries in 元 (CNY)
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Min
Max
元2,70,561 per year
元131k
元394k
元2,70,561 per year
元131k
元394k
元19,442 per year
元13k
元27k
元19,442 per year
元13k
元27k
元28,090 per year
元12k
元44k
元28,090 per year
元12k
元44k

Intel Corporation Shanghai, Shanghai (China) Interviews

Experience

Experience
80%
13%
7%

Getting an Interview

Getting an Interview
43%
36%
14%
7

Difficulty

2.8
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    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Shanghai, Shanghai (China)
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    Application

    I applied online. I interviewed at Intel Corporation (Shanghai, Shanghai (China)).

    Interview

    HR called for basic information. First round interview (f2f) with senior future co worker for pre selection as hiring manager is stationed in another office. Quite casual and it went fairly well. Second round video interview with hiring manager, tough questions and I caught off guard a few times. Then added third round (I'm very inexperienced but they thought I have potential) with hiring manager via phone call. It was shorter than the second round, just to test my determination and stuff. Got unofficial offer a few days later.

    Interview Questions

    • Can you collaborate with so many BUs? (I worked in a different industry/environment)
      What happened when your peer (but a lot more experienced) have disagreements with you?
      What can you bring to this job from your background?
      Are you a disciplined person?   Answer Question
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