Stand out from 3000 job applicantsJerry Zhang
Client Solutions Analyst - Facebook
Our business students are highly sought after upon graduation. The majority of our graduates are employed in the business fields and the top 5 areas are: Accounting / Auditing / Taxation, Marketing, Banking / Finance, Administration / Management and Secretarial.
CB3800 Business Practice Internship is designed to provide students with real life working experience in local and overseas contexts for a period of time. With placements in international businesses, banking, financial services, insurance, accountancy firms, etc., students will gain an in-depth and practical understanding of business operations and the professional contexts in which they are expected to apply the theory and skills they have learned in the formal curriculum.
For more details, please visit: http://www.cb.cityu.edu.hk/course/cb3800/
Our business students are highly sought after upon graduation. The majority of our graduates are employed in the business fields and the top 3 areas are: Accounting/ Auditing/Taxation, Marketing/Sales and Banking/Finance.
The excellence of our student learning is also reflected by high employment rate of our fresh graduates in the recent years. This indicates that our graduate quality has been widely recognized by local and international employers.
The Business Career Development is committed to helping you enhance your employability by guiding you through all stages of career development process, and providing you personalized career consultation with coordinated advisors, career development workshops and career fair, recruitment events, up-to-date career-related information, and opportunities to build up your sustainable network with industry communities.
For more details, please visit: http://www.cb.cityu.edu.hk/careerdevelopment/
Students could join internship globally (e.g. Sydney, Shanghai, Berlin, Munich, Tokyo, Hokkaido) by participating in the Global Work Attachment Programme.
For details, please visit: https://www6.cityu.edu.hk/clc/GWAP/2017.pdf