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Henley Careers & Professional Development named Most Proactive Careers Service Team

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We are delighted to announce that the Henley Careers & Professional Development team has won the Most Proactive Careers Service Team award from Lockin China for the third year running, for its work on building relationships with recruiters in China.

The awards were based on the selection of over 60,000 employers and from 1,600 global partner universities, with more than 200,000 taking the survey.

The judges said: “Your careers service has a strong sense of mission to students' employment. Your team takes the initiative, actively seeking cooperation with Chinese employers, and effectively helping students seeking employment. As a result, your students have been kept up to date with open positions in the Chinese market. Your Business School also has one of the world's leading reputations for professionalism, strong discipline and excellence in the recruitment industry in China.”

Dr Naeema Pasha, Director of Henley Careers & Professional Development, said:

“We are delighted that our employability work with recruiters in China has been recognised again. Building relationships with Chinese organisations is a key strategic priority for our team. Winning this award is a great testament to our hard work and dedication to support students with their job search who want to work in China after they graduate.”

Visit the Henley Careers & Professional Development page to find out more about the team.

Published 8 April 2020
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