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Studying & Internship
Links are constantly being developed between the colleges and universities of the Greater China region and Europe. Over 120,000 Chinese students attend European institutions of higher education, and the number of Europeans studying in China is ever increasing. Internships with a European-Chinese focus are becoming equally appreciated by both European and Chinese companies, and are often required for a stellar career. The number of MBA programs with an emphasis on China is rapidly increasing, and institutions such as the CEIBS in China number among the top universities. We offer detailed information on studying, research and apprenticing with regard to an EU-China relationship.
Studying, Research & Teaching
University studies, as well as research or teaching activities, abroad offer many development opportunities for one's career. SinoJobs provides extensive information on colleges and programs (Bachelor, Master, MBA), as well as tips and checklists.
Shanghai instead of New York: What was once exotic just a few years ago is now a must for jump-starting a successful career: an internship in China. . An internship in China. For Chinese students, a study abroad and/or internship in Europe can be a guarantee for a successful career.
Funding & Scholarships
A study abroad may give rise to significant expenses: Study fees, travel costs, insurance and living expenses. National organizations like the DAAD, but also foundations and associations, offer financial or material benefits. We provide an overview.
Recognition of certificates
The recognition of certificates and degrees is closely tied to access to labor markets and learned professions. Skilled labor shortages in Europe led to simplification of the process for recognition of international credentials.