With the economy hard hit by the global financial
turmoil, seeking employment has become a major concern of fresh
graduates. The OUHK has introduced various measures
to strengthen career support for its students. A
Career Day organized by the Registry was held on 27 March for full-time students. Representatives of companies from fields such as the civil
service; finance and insurance; health and beauty; telecom and catering gave talks and
set up booths on campus to introduce job opportunities.
Other measures at a glance:
30 internships under the Executive Trainee Scheme for graduates of full-time programmes this year.
100 member companies in our Employer Support Study Scheme, alumni, schools and
other companies were sent letters to seek employment opportunities for graduates.
5,000 recruiters in different fields were contacted and sent information on OUHK
Workshops on job selection, writing job application letters and job interview skills
are being organized.
A dedicated page on the University's website will be set up to let employers
advertise their vacancies.
More places in postgraduate programmes will be provided for graduates to pursue