Study in China
Do you want a master’s degree that will send you abroad for at least a year… to China? A growing economic power, international trade and leader in high-tech, China has taken great strides in recent decades particularly in terms of research, higher education and innovation.
A Rising World Power
One of the fastest-developing countries in the world, China is a great place to start off or enhance your career. If you choose a master’s degree which incorporates work experience, you’ll have a chance to gain first-hand experience of work in China, becoming immersed in Chinese culture and business practices. Those who choose the international business track of the program can also choose to complete business internships.
Prove your readiness for the global workplace
The insights gained from living, working and studying in China will provide a major talking point in job interviews, focusing on instances in which you overcame cultural or language barriers and resolve all kinds of challenges, you’ll quickly differentiate yourself. In a most common job interview you’ll have fresh perspectives to offer, showing an understanding of this important market and an ability to adapt to new cultures and environments.
Knowledge of Mandarin, one of the world’s most-spoken languages, could open plenty of doors in your future career. Whether you intend to work in China, join an international company maintaining Chinese partnerships and market knowledge, or work in non-profit organisations or on university campuses, being able to speak Mandarin will make you a very attractive hire. You don’t need to speak the language before studying in China; you can learn it once you arrive.
Home to 15 of the world’s ‘megacities’ (with a population above 10 million), China is full of thriving and dynamic urban centres. The best-known of these, Beijing and Shanghai, have both been celebrated among the world’s best student cities – but there are many other great Chinese cities to choose from. Hangzhou, for instance, is known for its beautiful lake, Kunming for its diverse ethnic groups and cultures, while Xiamen is a historic port, and Shanghai is famed for its iconic skyline and large expat population.
Build a network in china and elsewhere
Whatever your situation, whether you wish to work for an NGO or pursue a career in the financial sector, building a strong network of contacts across the globe will help you access more opportunities. Studying abroad in China for an extended period of time is a chance to do just that, as you’ll study and work alongside both Chinese nationals and others from around the world.
Top Universities Of China
NKU,founded in 1919, is a public research university located in Tianjin, China. Nankai has 22 colleges and schools, and offers 80 bachelor’s degree programs, 231 master’s degree programs, and 172 Ph.D. programs. Nankai is consistently listed among the top ten universities in China by various ranking sysyems. Nankai’s mathematics, chemistry, history, business and economics programs are among the best in China.