Are you interested in finding out about career opportunities in China? We have some events for you!
Bookings are now open for our Careers in China events running from Monday 20 – Friday 31 March. Imperial students will have exclusive access along with students at the University of Cambridge, King’s College London, LSE, and UCL to a series of interactive online events designed to provide insights into career opportunities in China and help you to learn about the skills required to succeed.
Our events are held online and give you access to recruiters and alumni who will share insights into career opportunities in China and help you learn about the skills required to succeed in the workplace and through applications for internships and graduate jobs.
You will be able to browse the company webpages and book on to a series of events between Monday 20 – Friday 21 March including:
- Alumni panels – where a panel of selected alumni will share their professional experiences and talk about the skills that candidates need to succeed in their respective industries. Each session will also include a Q&A.
- Recruitment discussions – these will be standard careers panels with Q&A covering sectors (IT/Tech, Engineering, Banking/Finance, Consulting and Third Sector/NGOs).
- Presentations – FNZ (our premium sponsor) will deliver a live presentation and Q&A session.
Tickets are free, but spaces are limited, so we would encourage you to book early to avoid disappointment. You will need to select the “Imperial College London” ticket type for the events you want to attend and use your @imperial.ac.uk email address to verify yourself as a student, otherwise your ticket may be cancelled. We also ask that you only book events that you can attend, and if your plans change, please cancel your ticket so someone else can book a space and access the event instead.
For more information about the events visit our Careers in China page.
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Marina Gonzalez Vasquez