Career Development Center

Established in 2006, the Career Development Center (CDC) is dedicated to student career development and counseling.

Four Phases of Students' Career Development
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Know the self and the society properly
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Sketch the development direction
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Try it in practice
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Develop phased career objectives
Career Development Services
  • 1Career development training courses, dealing with five major topics – career planning and self-perception, job market analysis, professional qualities, employment guidance, and how to start a business
  • 2One-on-one career consultations
  • 3Career assessment; information on jobs & internships
  • 4Paperwork and clerical duties concerning job placements and internships
Opportunities for Employers and Students

Job fairs


On-campus recruitment briefings and interviews


Release of job information via multiple channels


Recruitment of interns


Recommendations for graduates


Establishment of internship bases at companies

The CDC maintains long-term collaborative relationships with employers and provides flexible and efficient services in recruiting and promotion for employers.

The CDC also holds a number of activities that allow employers to mentor students in terms of how to improve professional qualities and skills as well as to expose students to the exciting business world.