Others have continued their studies at renowned universities around the world such as The Universities of Cambridge and Oxford in the United Kingdom, Stanford and Columbia Universities in the USA and the University of Sydney in Australia.
I now work for TECCO Ltd a trading company that sources products from in and around Ningbo to sell to customers in Europe. It’s a really broad job, which requires cultural understanding of both Europe and China, as well as knowledge of how business and trade works.
Torben Segelken, MSc International Management, graduated 2013
of our graduates are employed or in further study six months after graduation*.
of students who chose to go on to further study went to a top 100 university**, with many receiving full scholarships for PhD studies.
of students who chose to go on to further study went to a world top 10 university**.
of those students in employment after graduation went to work for Fortune Global 500 companies, government or public institutions, or well-known Chinese companies.
* 2016, data source - known destinations of full-time undergraduate leavers of those available for employment, who responded to our survey and interview.
** As defined by the QS World University Ranking 2015/16
Initial employment rate for 2016 undergraduates
In December 2016, a total of 1348 undergraduates successfully completed their studies at The University of Nottingham Ningbo China, including 1266 Chinese students. As of 30th December, the statistics collected by Admissions and Career Development Office indicate the initial employment rate after 6 months for Chinese undergraduate students was 97.54%. Specifically, 981 graduates went to further studies, accounting for 77.80%; 223 students chose to work directly after graduation, making up 17.68%; 12 students (0.95%) chose self-employment; and 14 students (1.11%) set up their own business.