Want a work- and life-changing experience in China?

17 November 2011

Huawei, a leading global information and communications technology (ICT) solutions provider, are looking for science and technology students to visit China for 5 weeks in August 2012. While there, participants will learn about Huawei’s business and culture, and gain experience in both a thriving corporation and a growing global market.

The scheme also offers language training, exposure to Chinese culture and great CV experience – there is also the possibility of tailoring the scheme to the needs of the individual student. It is fully funded.

To be considered to take part, students must:

  • be a UK passport holder
  • be studying a technology/science related discipline at university
  • be a second year undergraduate student
  • submit an essay of no more than 500 words demonstrating an interest in China and suitability for the scheme
  • demonstrate excellent academic acumen
  • have a strong interest in telecoms and technology issues
  • and ideally to have some knowledge of Mandarin.

More detailed information on the programme can be found here.

Interested students in the Faculty of Engineering should contact the Vice-Dean of Teaching, Marco Federighi, before the 1st of December to be considered for submission.

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