Melbourne University Offers Free Assistance to AustCham Shanghai Members

Melbourne University’s Global Business Practicum (GBP) is offering AustCham Shanghai members the assistance of undergraduate students from their Business and Commerce faculty for two weeks in July.

The program involves four groups of four students being placed in four companies from July 5 to July 16.

The GPB is an accredited subject, established by the university as part of its drive to create students that are world citizens.

The program has run successfully in Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok, Hong Kong and Beijing, with participants including: ANZ, KPMG, Mercer, PWC, Ernst & Young, Prudential, DDB and Cadbury.

Host companies would be required to provide a specific project brief. There would be no direct cost to the company.

For more information contact Matt Sterndale directly on +61412308171 or email: matt@studentelite.com.au. Matt will be in Shanghai to meet with interested companies from Tuesday 18 May to Friday 21 May.

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