Enhancing the Employability of UK-educated Chinese Students

Enhancing the Employability of UK-educated Chinese Students was originally a British Council-funded research project, undertaken by The University of Warwick in conjunction with AGCAS, which sought to capture the outcomes of UK-educated Chinese students.

The project aim was to to effect a systemic change in Chinese student employability outcomes and success and provide holistic employability and entrepreneurship support for UK-educated Chinese students before, during and after their studies in the UK.

Year One

The first year of the project encompassed the exploration of student and employer perceptions and the production of resources and data for careers professionals to use with employers, alumni and students. The research draws on DLHE data for 2013/14.

Standing Out and Fitting In - The Paradox for UK-Educated Chinese Students

Year Two

In year two, the scope of the research expanded to compare and contrast the employability outcomes of UK-educated Chinese and Hong Kong students. The research draws on DLHE data for the years 2014/15 and 2015/16.

Comparing the employability outcomes of UK-educated Chinese and Hong Kong students (report)

Comparing the employability outcomes of UK-educated Chinese and Hong Kong students (PPT)

Year Three

For further information about year three, contact Esther de Perlaky at The University of Warwick.