China to attract UK University graduates
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For those students who are interested in studying or working in China, this is an opportunity for them, as 20 Chinese universities promoted study in China and education partnership options in the "China in the UK" week from October 22-29 in London and Manchester.

The "China in the UK" week aims to strengthen educational partnerships and academic exchanges between China and the UK. Chinese universities discussed their recruitment strategies and shared specific graduate job and internship opportunities for UK university graduates.

"The 'China in the UK' week is a critical component of our strategy to foster educational opportunities and cultural relations between China and the UK." said Joanna Burke, Director of the British Council in China, "Overseas graduates retain close links with the country they have studied in and these long-lasting positive relationships are very influential in all kinds of areas, not least in terms of business." She added.

Currently, there are over 130 approved joint academic programs between China and the UK, over 90,000 Chinese students studying in the UK and that the number of international students in China, which currently stands at 265,000 including 3,300 British students, is expected to more than double by 2020.

(By Mo Qun)

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