Modified: May 31, 2016
Source: Human Resources
A JNU delegation headed by Lin Rupeng, secretary of its party committee, organized two job fairs at leading American universities from May 12 to 17 and signed more than 60 employment contracts with various talents. Fourteen other Guangzhou colleges and universities, including Southern Medical University, South China Normal University and Guangdong University of Technology, also participated.
At the fairs, JNU offered potential overseas top talents job opportunities in its 33 colleges covering 150 disciplines. JNU promised the qualified talents a starting annual pay of US $100,000, as well as a settling-in allowance over RMB 500,000.
(Career fairs at Harvard University)
(Lin signing contracts with potential talents)
(Lin speaking at the career fair at the University of California, Irvine)
To achieve the goal of becoming a top university, JNU continues to develop by promoting the academic and scientific influence and sustainable development of previously recruited talents, and by strengthening its support for talent introduction and development. At the fairs, Lin talked about the introduction and development of talent and personnel reform, saying it matters to brain gain and development, which is the key to building a world-class university with a distinctive education system. Committed to building an elite university for overseas Chinese, JNU is trying to meet the developing demands in social and economic areas of China and Guangzhou. JNU plans to develop several top key disciplines at home and abroad, and to organize an innovative academic group competitive in its region to improve its education quality significantly.