Enhance your employability through Masterclasses
An insight into the world of work in China
As one of the fastest-growing economies in the world, China offers new and exciting career opportunities for those with the skills and experience to succeed. Whether you intend to work in China or simply do business with Chinese companies, our Masterclasses in small group sizes provide opportunities for interaction with potential employers and business contacts in China.
What is a masterclass?
Masterclasses will take place during your degree studies at DUFE. Professionals from the international business community, including business professionals, lawyers and diplomats, will be joined by distinguished alumni from DUFE; giving a unique insight into what it is like to work in China. Your future networks will develop as you learn more about working, living and doing business in China.
In 2012 and 2013, a wide range of international and Chinese companies, covering subjects ranging from diplomacy and education, to civil rights, finance and hospitality, delivered masterclasses.
Masterclasses at DUFE
LMI was established more than 40 years ago to help individuals and organisations develop expertise in setting and reaching personal and business goals. LMI materials are designed to enable people to balance their lives in all areas – family and home, financial and career, mental and educational, physical and health, social and cultural and spiritual and ethical. LMI now produces materials in 23 languages, which are marketed in more than 60 countries worldwide.
Swire Hotel Group
The Opposite House, part of The Swire Group, is a boutique luxury hotel with a focus on architecture, amenity and ambiance – a unique selling proposition aimed at ensuring visitors’ experiences in the hotel are as memorable as their stay in China.
AB Agri,the agricultural division of Associated British Foods plc, operates at the heart of the agricultural food and drink industry. AB currently operates in 60 countries worldwide, supplying products and services to farmers, feed and food manufacturers, processors and retailers through 20 individual business divisions operating right across the entire supply chain.