Resilience, skills and employability through the ‘China experience’

A fantastic blog from Monira Ahmed, an international careers enthusiast within the University of Central Lancashire Careers Service. Thank you for the opportunity to collaborate!

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For anyone looking to enrich their university education and gain a unique set of skills and experiences, China is definitely a place to visit.

China’s global education and economic influence is still continuing; it dominates the list of leading universities in the developing world, and it’s strategic importance for UK companies is well illustrated with the ‘One Belt, One Road’ initiative; launched by the Chinese president in 2013, it sets out to improve and create new trade routes, links and business opportunities between China and over 60 countries across Europe, Asia, Middle East and Africa. As the report highlights, the ‘potential exists for powerful partnerships between British and Chinese companies.’

With a wide range of study and work experience programmes, China has become more accessible for today’s students and graduates. And the good news is that steps have been taken to provide opportunities for students who may not ordinarily consider going to the country.

One initiative has been the…

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One thought on “Resilience, skills and employability through the ‘China experience’

  1. Thanks to you Ross, I loved hearing about your experience this week, and I’ve no doubt you will be going onto amazing things in the future! You and Coral are great ambassadors for the international experience.

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