Please note that this event will be delivered in Mandarin Chinese.
Are you applying for internship/career opportunities in China? Or uncertain about how to navigate opportunities that are suitable for you in China? Bring your questions and ask our alumni at this Q&A session.
In this event, you’ll hear from two University of Melbourne alumni who will share their internship stories and current experiences working in China. Some of the topics we’ll be covering in this event include:
- Valuable tips in overcoming uncertainty in career planning
- How to gather experiences such as internships whilst studying
- Other ways to build your employability
- How to build professional relationships
- Connecting with the Careers and Employability team for advice and support along the way
- Janice Xu is a senior analyst in a boutique consulting firm. Prior to joining the firm, Janice has completed several internships in different consulting firms, including Strategy&, OC&C and Porsche Consulting. She also worked as an intern in EY’s forensic department. She helps both local companies and overseas companies to achieve operational improvement. She has 2 years of consulting experience across various functions including procurement, supply chain optimization, and operations optimization. Janice graduated from the University of Melbourne with a Master’s degree in Information Systems and a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting and Finance.
- Shoni Wang is a Business Analyst at INTEGRAL Co.,Ltd, a boutique consulting firm specialising in the clean energy sector in Shanghai. Her focus areas include renewable energy, carbon emission trading, and carbon neutral technologies in China. Prior to INTEGRAL Co.,Ltd, Shoni worked as a management consulting intern at Kearney and a digital marketing intern at Airwallex in the Shanghai office.
Shoni graduated in 2019 with a Bachelor of Arts in Linguistic and Applied Linguistic from the University of Melbourne. As a hobby, she is a contemporary & lyrical dancer.
Understanding your career mapping phase:
This session supports students in the Discover, Focus and Apply phases of career mapping.
If you are a Discover student, you will gain insight into career planning and may begin to plan practical steps to build your career path.
If you are a Focus student, you will gain tips on how to apply for career opportunities and build your professional network. You’ll benefit from attending Careers in Asia Employer Presentations, where you will learn about the company’s recruitment requirements and make connections with employers.
If you are an Apply student, you will learn how to excel in the application process and to expand your professional network. We encourage you to attend Careers in Asia Employer Presentations to find out about the job opportunities available to you.