The new policy do away with the requirement of at least two years of work experience for foreign students who graduate from Shanghai universities with a master's degree or above and seek a job in the Shanghai Pilot Free Trade Zone or the Zhangjiang National Innovation Demonstration Zone.
"Through my intern experience, in which I learned business practices in this international financial centre and the diligence and wisdom of the locals, I found that getting a job here would be a win-win option," said Albert Saputra, 26, from Indonesia, who will receive his two-year permit.
Great news for Indians. Now Indian students will rush to China for higher education
hmm. short of skilled people?
Mahendra Kumar Nayak
The relaxation in work policy for foreign policy is welcome as it will attract more foreign students
absolutely the right decision
It will help them retain talented persons who studied there
Till China does not provide civil liberties to it's citizen people of outside world will have suspicion in their mind about so called relaxation
China is not able give job to own students , they are offering jobs to foreign student
Education is a big earner the world over. So follow the leaders to attract students
great policy to attract talent