Interested in technical change? Looking to grow your knowledge, skills, and experience to improve your employability and land a graduate job in tech? Ready to experience work in China?
Then apply for Huawei’s Seeds of the Future programme and travel to China in summer 2020! You’ll receive technical training, a trip of a lifetime, and join the 250 programme graduates who’ve developed and thrived through completing Seeds of the Future.
Get ready to pack your bags, because Huawei’s taking UK students on a four-week trip to China!
Starting in July 2020, successful applicants will fly to Beijing to practice Mandarin and learn about China’s rich culture and history. The next stop is Shenzhen, for the chance to learn about Huawei’s products and receive technical training from industry experts.
At King’s Careers & Employability, we recognise that your graduate employability rests on what you do during your time at university, whether that’s developing your industry knowledge, attributes, working on your skills, or getting practical experience.
This programme will enable you to develop your technical knowledge, your practical experience, and soft skills, such as networking, communication, and resilience.
Huawei will cover all visa, travel and accommodation costs, and provide a living allowance whilst in China.
Who can apply?
If you want to apply, you’ll need to be:
- Completing an undergraduate degree
- Studying STEM, or a related degree
- A UK passport holder
- Able to demonstrate strong academic abilities
You should be interested in telecoms and technology, and ideally have some knowledge of Mandarin, or interest in learning the language.
How to apply?
Apply with your CV and a 500-word essay demonstrating your interest in China and Huawei, and your suitability for the programme. Send these through to Phil Hardcastle at email@example.com by 24th January 2020.
Huawei will make the final decision in Spring 2020.
Careers & Employability top application tips!
To be in with a chance to take part in this amazing programme, spend time on your application (you’ve got all winter break) and make it the best it can be! This means writing clearly, and showing your passion and abilities – we’ve got some great CV and application advice on our recent blog posts, and on our KEATS pages.
Don’t forget that you can come in and get tailored application advice – book on King’s CareerConnect (appointments are bookable for the same day!).