Our usual careers fairs in Beijing, Shanghai and Hong Kong will be replaced by a series of online careers events running between 10 - 21 August 2020
The China fairs are aimed at any native speaking student, but particularly penultimate year, final year and graduate students. It is not necessary to be a native speaker for the Hong Kong Fair.
Last year’s fairs in Beijing, Hong Kong and Shanghai proved very successful with several Imperial attendees obtaining placements, internships and job offers as a result of the events.
We've collaborated with LSE to deliver a series of online events Careers in China (Mainland & Hong Kong SAR) 2020 as a substitute for our normal in person careers fairs in Beijing, Shanghai and Hong Kong. These events are targeted at students looking to return to China after graduating. Students from Cambridge, Columbia and Chicago universities will also be invited to participate.
To get an idea of what to expect, have a look at the Careers in China (Mainland and Hong Kong SAR) 2020 brochure!
Why should you attend?
- It is the best way to engage with many recruiters from multinationals, financial, government and manufacturing organisations who have a strong presence in China.
- You will greatly improve your chances of success by engaging with employers and obtain information about recruitment and selection processes.
How to book
- Current students and alumni of Imperial College London - Full details of all the events, including Eventbrite registration links are now available in JobsLive.
- New students starting in 2020 at Imperial College London - Eventbrite registration links were emailed to confirmed offer holders on 28 July 2020.
- Students at Cambridge, Chicago, Columbia and LSE - contact your Careers Service for booking information.
Please note: these events are for the students and recent graduates of the participating universities only. Do not forward details to your friends at other institutions as they will not be admitted to the fairs.
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