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NAIS Pudong Hosts 2016 Careers and University Fair

March, 2016
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nais-pudong-career-fairFrom a leading businesswoman to a former world champion boxer, car designer to banker, there was something for everyone at this year’s Careers and University Fair held at Nord Anglia International School, Pudong on 10 March.

The keynote address came in the form of a special ‘Women in Business in China’ panel discussion. Michelle Garnaut from M on the Bund, Christele Voulaz from Hermes, Agnes Cohade from Art+ Shanghai Gallery and Carol Chyau were both entertaining and inspiring as they shared their very down-to-earth assessment of the highs and lows of their experience of business in China

More than 30 universities from Europe, America, Australia and Asia sent representatives, providing valuable information about course prerequisites, enrolment procedures and their insider knowledge of campus life. Hundreds of students converged on the annual fair, eager to speak with university representatives and professionals about career and higher education choices.

Many of the professionals who attended set up very eye-catching and interesting displays. Among them, Jim Dexter from Prosafe brought along displays of a huge ‘floating hotel’ his company has just finished construction of in Shanghai. The ‘boat’ works as a companion to large offshore oil or gas rigs, and certainly provided some awe and wonder at the fair.

Additional workshops included ‘Finance and the RMB’ with Bruno Francois from BNP Paribas, ‘How Sport Can Transform Your Life’ with Michele Aboro and ‘Fashion’ with Denis Barricault from the International Fashion Academy Paris.

 

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