Be part of the first-ever Education & Job Day at ITB CHINA 2018!
Anyone can register until 10 April 2018 – partnership with Fudan University & Hong Kong Polytechnic University – ITB CHINA brings jobseekers and personnel managers from tourism companies together.
Equipping youths with skills which will make them more employable for current and future jobs in the travel markets: For the first time ITB CHINA will constitute the last day of the ITB CHINA Conference, 18 May 2018, to a dedicated ‘Education & Job Day’ in partnership with Fudan University & Hong Kong Polytechnic University.
ITB CHINA exhibitors and non-exhibitors, including Chinese and foreign universities, technical colleges, professional academies and other service providers may apply until 10 April to secure a highly desired place at the Education & Job Day to present themselves and their services and offers to visitors to the marketplace of China’s new travel trade show.
All Tourism management students will have the possibility to access ITB CHINA at this day for free. Jobseekers will be able to see all job offers on a job wall in the conference area and can make immediate contact with personnel managers and apply for jobs directly at the show. Newcomers can gain an overview of University degree courses and Executive Education courses in tourism and will receive tips on how to find work and degree courses abroad.
FOR JOB SEEKERS, EMPLOYERS OR INSTITUTIONS, Please click here to register.
At this year’s ITB CHINA, the new marketplace for the Chinese travel industry, taking place from 16 – 18 May 2018, wide-ranging podium discussions and informative lectures, such as one-hour sessions on travel education awaiting visitors at the Education & Job Day on 18 May 2018. Applicants can elevator-pitch to potential employers from leading companies for their dream job at ITB CHINA 2018.
Dr. Sun Yunlong, Vice Dean, Department of Tourism & Director, MTA office at Fudan University, said: “We live in a world of technological disruption, where traditions are being disintegrated and reshaped”. According to him “the tourism sector and its practitioners are no exceptions. So we must redefine tourism education and talents. To that end, we should recognize the profound changes in the tourism industry and decide what is to rise and what is to wane. With ITB CHINA and its co-organizer Travel Daily China both being first-class platforms for travel-industry exchanges, I believe this creative connection between our education platforms and ITB CHINA will surely bring about fantastic views on these questions. Looking forward to ITB CHINA 2018!"
Professor Kaye Chon, Dean and Chair Professor of the School of Hotel and Tourism Management (SHTM) at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University and Walter Kwok, Foundation Professor in International Hospitality Management, said: “With an exclusive focus on the Chinese travel market, ITB CHINA provides an exceptional platform on which a diverse range of destinations and industry sectors are presented to Chinese as well as international hospitality and tourism professionals. We at the SHTM see this as an excellent opportunity for an international educational institution such as ourselves and global industry executives to converge and discuss career-defining strategies and plans. This strategic collaboration is in keeping with our common interest in nurturing hospitality and tourism professionals to lead the industry into its future. Ranked among the world’s top hotel and tourism schools and based in the heart of the booming Asia-Pacific region, the SHTM is best placed to provide international education to meet the specific demands of a truly global industry.”
Trade visitors may register for ITB China 2018 here.