Webinar - How to get a job in China?
On March 14th, 11am GMT+1, Hutong School will organize an online seminar on “How to get a job in China?”.
"China is one of the biggest economies in the world and attracts many young people from all over the world who wish to gain valuable professional experience in China and prepare themselves for the Chinese century. Yet, getting a job in China is no easy feat and requires adequate preparation and a good understanding of the right channels to use. During this Webinar, Laura Corazzi, International Relations Manager of Hutong School, will provide more insight and share tips for finding that valuable first job in China".
- Basic information about China
- Getting a job in China: how to get started?
- Requirements (taxes, skills, visa, ...)
- Chinese job market for foreigners
- Life in China
Time: Saturday March 14th, 10am GMT (London),
11am GMT+1 (Brussels), 6pm GMT+8 (Beijing), 9pm GMT+11 (Sydney)
Duration:1 hour: online presentation + Q&A
Software: There is no special software required for the webinar, only a web browser and headset.
Participation in this webinar is free.
Registrations are now closed.
About the organizing entity:
Hutong School was founded in 2005 in order to provide Western students, graduates and young professionals internships and Chinese language courses in China. It is the only fully licensed Chinese language school under European management and is the school of choice for anyone who wants to study Chinese or find an internship in China.
In addition to being an exquisite language school, since its foundation, Hutong School also operates as an internship provider. In June 2012 Hutong School acquired Internship Network Asia, and has now the biggest network of partner companies in Beijing, Shanghai and Chengdu.
For more information visit: http://www.hutong-school.com
About the lecturer:
Ms. Laura Corazzi, Labour Economist and International Relations Manager of Hutong School, lived for almost 4 years in Beijing where she started as an intern in 2010. Before moving to Beijing she lived in Rome (where she studied) and London (where she obtained a certificate for higher education in contemporary dance). She recently relocated to Milan and is now in charge of Business Development and International Relations for Hutong School in Europe.