The Fifth China Talents Recruitment Fair (Beijing) attracted nearly 5,000 foreign students to China to apply for jobs.
I In the early morning of May 12, Russian girl Li Ya set off from Tianjin Nankai University and went to Peking University to participate in the Fifth Recruitment Fair for Talents Studying in China (Beijing). At the job fair, Li Ya fancyed Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. and China Construction Bank Co., Ltd., but the positions provided by both companies were in Russia, but her current idea is most want to stay in China for development.
Li Ya and China s chance comes from the description of friends—China is very interesting, and Chinese is very interesting. After graduating from high school, Li Ya decided to visit China. She found it difficult to speak Chinese and raised the idea of Challenging the language, so she applied to learn Chinese at Yanshan University in Hebei Province. Two years later, the course ended, but Li Ya more and more like China, so she chose to stay at Yanshan University to continue her bachelor s degree, majoring in international economics and trade.
Now, she is a graduate student in business management at Nankai University. She is proud that she applied for a Chinese government scholarship this time.
Li Ya, who is fluent in Chinese, was very popular with companies at job fairs. Some companies threw olive branches on the spot. We particularly need talents like you.
Indeed, from the perspective of recruiting companies to screen candidates, can speak Chinese is undoubtedly a plus. Su Zengjun, deputy director of the human resources department of China Power Construction Corporation s overseas investment company, told reporters: The company hopes to recruit bilingual talents, and being able to speak Chinese is a prominent advantage for candidates.
In this regard, Cheng Jiacai, director of the Overseas Education Service Center of the Ministry of Education, said: The International Student Recruitment Fair has been held for five times, and students with good Chinese and professional skills are the most popular at the job fair. At present, the competition for international students employment in China is increasing The more intense, understanding bilingualism, understanding Chinese culture and the culture of foreign students own country, these are the basic requirements.
Huang Danning, who was born in Beijing and grew up abroad, is currently studying at Peking University s Institute of New Media. He believes that bilingualism is actually a dual cultural background advantage. In her opinion, by comparing different cultures, she will understand herself better, this is the core. Huang Danning once refused to speak Chinese while studying in Britain. My mother was afraid that I would never speak Chinese, so I brought me back to Beijing. After I finished elementary school, my family moved to Canada. Huang Danning recalled this experience, thinking my mother s decision was very far-sighted and made me more An option.
Want to stay in China to work
Compared with the previous four job fairs in the Exploration Phase, the Fifth International Student Career Fair (Beijing) has greatly improved both in terms of the number of recruiting units and students.
Some foreign students came from Heilongjiang, Liaoning, Henan and other places, which also fully reflected their employment needs. Cheng Jiacai said.
Statistics show that the current job fair (Beijing) has nearly 5,000 international students from more than 50 domestic universities and research institutions, including Peking University, Tsinghua University, and Zhengzhou University, to participate in the application. They come from the United States, Russia , France, Germany, Nigeria and other nearly a hundred countries. It is the consensus of international students participating in the conference to hope to make full use of China s development platform and stay in China.
Ah Assad from Pakistan who is currently studying for a master s degree at North China Electric Power University is one of them. He studies engineering and hopes to work or continue his studies in China. From the perspective of cultural atmosphere, I like Chinese culture; from the perspective of economic development, China has developed very fast and has become the second largest economy in the world with many job opportunities. From the perspective of the social environment, China s atmosphere is also my favorite. Yes. Therefore, I think China is a very suitable place to work and live. Assad said.
黄 For Huang Danning, when returning to China to study for a job, he felt that if he stayed in Canada, the road would go narrower. My city is dominated by the energy industry. But I want to work in the media industry. If I stay here, I feel that there are not many good opportunities and the world is too narrow. China has relatively more opportunities and a larger platform, especially Internet companies. The development is very fast, so I want to come back and check it out. ”While studying, Huang Danning, who is doing a part-time job in a game company, submitted his resume to Beijing Byte Beat Technology Co., Ltd. at a job fair.
Increased demand for international talent
According to Cheng Jiacai, an important reason for holding a talent recruitment fair for studying in China is to in line with the country s Belt and Road initiative and meet the international talent needs of employers.
Data from the Ministry of Education shows that in 2017, a total of 489,200 foreign students studied in Chinese institutions of higher learning, and they are an important talent resource. As more and more Chinese companies go global, the demand for talents studying abroad is also increasing.
Overseas investment companies of China Power Construction Group participated in the job fair for five consecutive years. This job fair (Beijing) received more than 180 resumes. According to Su Zengjun, the company s vision is to build a professional investment company with international competitiveness based on overseas power energy investment and development and asset operation. Achieving localization overseas is an important plan for the company s development, and a strict talent selection mechanism has been formulated for this purpose. The company plans to reach about 30% of localized talents in the next 5 to 10 years. Among overseas students in China We need talented people who know both China and our country.
Students For students, they are willing to come to our unit, mainly because they are optimistic about the development platform of Chinese companies. As China s influence continues to increase, their recognition of Chinese companies is getting higher and higher. Furthermore, working in the overseas project department of a Chinese company, whether it is salary or job recognition, is very competitive locally.
Globalization strategy is also the core strategy of Beijing BYTE Technology Co., Ltd. this year. We hope to reach out to outstanding overseas students in China and reserve talents for the company s development. To compete in the global market, we must face competition in global human resources. From the perspective of BYTE recruiting staff, foreign students in China It can play a role in cross-cultural communication, expanding local markets, and enhancing the diversity of the company s talent pool.
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