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Graduate Job Graduate Training and Work Experience in China

Vacancy Type: Graduate Job
Employer: China Pathways
Reference: CP-01-07/08
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Graduate Training and Work Experience in China

Why China?

Over the next 20 years China will rival the USA as the world’s dominant economy and, as it develops, those with an understanding of Chinese language and culture will enjoy significant career opportunities.

 

Your employability

Many company recruitment schemes now view working abroad as an essential part of a young employee's development. Our training and work experience programmes in China are designed to make your CV stand out.

 

Opportunities

Our 18 week programme combines training in Chinese Language, Business and Culture at the prestigious Beijing Languages and Culture University, with seminars at the British Cambers of Commerce in Beijing. Following the programme there is a 4 week work placement. The cost of tuition also includes single room, en-suite accommodation on the University Campus.

 

Start date

The next 18 week programme begins on 8th September 2008.

 

What we look for

If you are graduating this year and have a desire to enhance your employability in one of the world’s fastest growing and exciting economies, we have a programme for you.

 

The Business view

“As two-way trade and investment continue to grow, the EU has become China’s number one business partner. We expect to see more and more European companies entering the Chinese market and needing China expertise to succeed there.” Michael O’Sullivan, Secretary General of the EU Chamber of Commerce in Beijing

 

How to apply

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Location: Rest of the World

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