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GUCDC PREVIOUS REVIEW

GUCCU and Lockin China held the 3rd Global University Career Development Conference

‘Let us work together, gain more’

-Managing Director of GUCCU – William Xie

The 3rd Global University Career Development Conference (GUCDC) was held in Guangzhou, Shenzhen, and Sanya from 24th March 2018 to 31st March 2018, attracted more than 50 career officers from global universities, HRs from Chinese enterprises and media representatives. Led by the Global University China Career Union (GUCCU) and Lockin China, the conference featured many topics and rich contents, presentations focusing on how to provide better career supports for Chinese returnees. By bringing career professionals from all around the world, GUCDC once again showed the rising prosperity of research and recruitment in Chinese overseas graduates and its growing maturity as a leader in the field.

The Development Conference was held in Sanya. 2018 Chinese Overseas Talents Career Development Analysis Report was published during the conference. The report is based on the analysis of 200,000 overseas students, foreign students and thousands of businesses around the world, as well as 20,000 online businesses and 42,000 overseas professionals stored in Lockin China’s database.

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The founder & CEO of Lockin China Crystal Kong shared data, analysis and tendency of overseas talents career development in China’s employment industry in 2018, such as the industries which very high demanding for overseas talents, the overseas talents salary expectation, the channels of job seeking etc.

Participated Universities

Participated Companies

Company Tour Headquarters Visiting

During the visit in Guangzhou and Shenzhen, university representatives from the UK, the US, Australia, Singapore, France and Spain have visited leading Chinese companies in different industries, such as Decathlon, Midea, DJI Innovation, CSOT and Vanke. The company visits ensure career officers to gain an insight into the development of Chinese companies and how do they set up recruitment strategy in China's job market.

2018 GUCDC – Employer Presentation

5 employers given presentations to introduce their company and demonstrated strategy of overseas talents cultivation.

2018 GUCDC – Panel Discussion

Topic : How to overcome barriers of communication between Chinese Enterprises and Overseas Universities?

Participants:

Crystal Kong      Lockin China

William Xie         GUCCU

Vicky Cai           DiDi Chuxing

Winnie Cao        BOE

David Du           Huaneng Guicheng Trust

2018 GUCDC – University Presentation

The representatives from 4 universities gave presentations to interpret how to facilitate international students’ employment and shared experience with other participants.

2018 Career Development Award

The award winner university career service team has a strong sense of missions to students' employment and always actively engage in employment training programs. The activeness of the award winner university career service team working with Chinese enterprises and us have achieved a significant effect on students' employment. The award winner university career service team also takes the initiative, actively seek cooperation with Chinese enterprises, and effectively help graduates with their employment. As a result of the efforts of the award winner university Career Service Department, their students have always been kept active with opening positions. The award winner universities also have the world's leading professionalism, strong discipline and excellent reputation in the recruitment industry in China.





The award winner employer has a very high popularity among overseas talents and also have an excellent brand reputation among global Universities. Award winner employers’ development vision and value perfectly match overseas talents career development idea. Corporate culture and working environment are greatly welcomed by overseas talents. Your recruitment department also has a rich overseas recruitment experience, and your recruitment team has a strong ability to execute, cooperating with many overseas universities to maintain good relations.





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GUCCU and Lockin China held the 2nd Global University Career Development Conference

‘Let us work together, gain more’

-Managing Director of GUCCU – William Xie

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The 2nd Global University Career Development Conference (GUCDC) was held in Shanghai, Suzhou, and Beijing from 20 March to 24 March, attracting more than 35 career officers from global universities, 50 HR from Chinese enterprises, and 20 media representatives. Led by the Global University China Career Union (GUCCU) and Lockin China, the Conference featured a number of topics and rich contents, covering 10 presentations focusing on how to provide better career supports for Chinese returnees. By bringing career professionals from all around the world, GUCDC once again showed the rising prosperity of research and recruitment in Chinese overseas graduates and its growing maturity as a leader in the field.

During the first two days in Shanghai, a total of 35 heads of career office at universities in the UK, the US, Australia and Spain visited different type of companies in China, namely Future Land Holding Group, Johnson & Johnson, Schindler, Huabao International Holdings Limited. The company visits ensure career officers to gain an insight into the development of Chinese companies and how do they set up recruitment strategy in China's job market. Tony from the University of Adelaide said that he finds the company visits are very useful as he learned some specific features of Chinese enterprises and recognized their increasing demand for Chinese returnees.

Company visit at Schindler

From 22 March to 23 March, the official conference was held in Suzhou. The opening speech by Crystal Kong, CEO of Lockin China set the scene for the conference entitled ‘overseas talents – core of globalization of Chinese employers’. She pointed out that increasing number of Chinese enterprises are seeking overseas talents due to their global ambition and there are both opportunities and challenges for Chinese returnees to seek domestic job opportunities. The ‘2017 Chinese Overseas Elites Career Development Report’ she shared at the conference gives delegates a comprehensive understanding of the current job market in China and what does it mean for Chinese returnees. Several questions such as what are the distinct features of returnees, what kind of enterprises are hunting for returnees and what are returnees expecting for their future job are all answered in the report. There are also 4 company representatives from DIDI Chuxing, FAW, JSTI, and Founder Group gave speeches talking about their hope and experiences in recruiting Chinese returnees.

Crystal Kong gives the opening speech

On the second day in Suzhou, Susan Harvey from the University of Adelaide and Bob Blanchett from the Northeastern University shared with delegates their vision and strategy in the field of collegiate career service and how they collaborate with Lockin China to provide career support specifically for Chinese students.

After two days in Suzhou, the officers attended the Chinese Returnees Career Development Fair in Beijing on 24 March, which marked the end of the conference. There are over 1000 visiting during the fair, looking for 500 job positions provide by employers. This exclusive job fair for returnees has achieved a great success that brought more effective and efficient communication between employers and candidates. This year, Lockin China and GUCCU aims to work together with universities’ career officers and Chinese recruiters to provide more professional career support and opportunities to Chinese Returnees.

Participated Universities

Participated Companies

From 17th to 23rd of April, 2016, Lockin China held the first Global University Career Development Conference in Beijing. A total of 28 heads of career office from the US, Australia, Britain, Germany and Spain attended the conference, representing over 20 global elite universities.

During the conference, heads of career offices visited four companies, namely DiDi, Decathlon, BOE and BFSU International, which are representatives of MNCs, SOEs and private enterprises and all have great demands for returnees. This tour gives overseas universities an intuitive understanding of Chinese companies and their recruitments.

Visit-hosting employers shared with the career officers their understanding of overseas campus-acquisition, requirements and plans. Besides, they presented the working conditions, welfare system, promotion and development space of their companies. During the two-day company tour, career officers received the first hand information about the need of different types of Chinese employers and discussed with HRs on possible collaboration to help employers attract and recruit more Chinese overseas talents and improve the work of careers service in return. It offered a great opportunity to career officers to be aware of the working and living conditions in future through self-experience.

The conference invited Crystal Kong, the CEO of Lockin China, Dr. Mark Liu from Beijing Normal University and some professional interviewers, and shared with heads of offices the “Chinese Overseas Elites Career Development Report 2016” as well as the interview system of Chinese companies. It also introduced China-specific issues including the job-seeking psychologies of returnees, income levels, procedures of recruitment and sample interview questions.

On the last day of the event, the officers attended the Chinese Returnees Career Development Fair in Shanghai, one of three exclusive recruitment events for returnees held by Lockin China in the spring of 2016. At the fair, heads of career offices developed in-depth conversations with HRs from 50 companies and hundreds of alumni.