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ICCF is pleased to collaborate with the 11th edition of the Beijing Career Day, organised by the Italian Cultural Institute in Beijing, the Embassy of Italy in China, the Italian Chamber of Commerce in China (CICC) and the Association of Young Italians in China (AGIC). The partners of this edition are AlmaLaurea and ITA Agenzia.

The event will be held on Saturday 25 May, in the presence at the Italian Cultural Institute in Beijing and online via the Webex platform, from 15:00 to 19:00.

15:30 - 16:45 Seminar part (offline + online)

15:30 - 15:45:
- Opening remarks (Italian Embassy, Italian Chamber of Commerce in China, AGIC, IIC)

15:45 - 16:45:
- Intervention by Councillor Simone Panfili, Coordinator of the Consular Network in China and Head of the Consular Chancellery, on the Consular Chancellery's services for young Italians in China;
- Intervention by the Embassy's Legal Expert, Adv. Raffaello Girottoon the recognition of qualifications;
- Intervention ICE on the Master's degree in internationalisation of CORCE companies and internships at ICE Headquarters;- - Speech by Marina Timoteo, AlmaLaurea Director, on AlmaLaurea's service for students and graduates: focus on graduates who know Chinese;
- Intervention by Tristan Wang, Regional Head North China of GiGroup, on how to make a CV and take a job interview in China;
- Speech in English by Liam Jia, Team Lead of EU SME Centre, on how to start your own business in China;
- Testimony from Young Professionals Network member: Riccardo Russo, Head of Growth Marketing at Yodo1 Games, on practical tips for a career in the tech world in China;
- Testimony as a member of AGIC: Giuseppina Giummarra, lecturer in Italian at Peking University.

 16:45 - 19: 00 Job Fair with companies (offline only)


To register for the in-person part of the event, you need to scan the QR Code on the flyer

To participate in the live streaming on Webex, however, this is the link:

Sending CVs and contacting companies:

On the Job Board of the Chamber of Commerce ( the vacancies to which students can apply. To apply, you must send your CV to the companies and copy, specifying in the subject line of the e-mail: "Career Day BJ - Candidate's full name - Company name - Job position".. Applications can be submitted from Monday 20 May until 12 noon on Friday 24 May.
This option is designed for those who will be attending in person, but there is nothing to prevent those interested from making contact with the companies. Should this be the case, I would ask students to specify in the email that they will not be physically attending the job fair.