More than 400 visitors participated in a second practical career satisfactory “Trained in GermanY” China 2016




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The initial practical career satisfactory “Trained in GermanY” in China dual years ago was a good success. This was a good reason for a Alumniportal Deutschland and a German Chamber of Commerce Greater China (Beijing) to offer Germany-Alumni and German companies in China this satisfactory format again. And that was a right decision!

More than 400 Germany-Alumni from China logged in on May 20th to accommodate probably with recruiters from 18 German companies and organizations.  They had a possibility to get first-hand information on career opportunities in a available approach from their mechanism or tablet. Over 200 jobs were presented by German employers in China such as Audi China, BMW Financial Services, BMW Brilliance Automotive Ltd., Dräxlmaier Group (China), Voss, Formel D, Mazars, GIZ in China or Andreas Stihl Power Tools Co., Ltd. The “Research in Germany” Initiative and Alexander von Humboldt Foundation sensitive meddlesome Alumni about investigate and brotherhood opportunities in Germany. Here we can download a list of participating companies and organizations.


Beside particular meetings with recruiters, visitors had also a possibility to attend in an engaging module including pursuit focus trainings and presentations about reintegration into a domestic pursuit market. Germany-Alumni were actively concerned generally in a Live-chats with Dr. Oliver Prüfer, Head of Human Resources, Recruitment Training during a German Chamber of Commerce Greater China (Beijing), Dr. Julia Boger from a World University Service (WUS) or with Mr. Li Ji, Germany-Alumnus and deputy of Alumniportals Deutschland in China. Download a bulletin for some-more details!

You were not means to make it on time to a fair?

Germany-Alumni still have entrance to a fair, a pursuit ads and video presentations, until Friday, 27th May 2016. To enter, greatfully click on a button “Start Virtual Fair”.

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