Zhang Shuibo: higher institutions should support enterprises to go out

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Zhang Shuibo: higher institutions should support enterprises to go out - Exploring Tianjin

Belt and Road Initiative courses should be set up in high education institutions to cultivate a batch of inter-displinary students in majors such as international management and languages, said Zhang Shuibo, member of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, professor of the Department of Management and Economics of Tianjin University.

Being a disciple of He Bosen, the founder of China's international engineering management discipline, his more than30 years of dedication to international engineering gives him deep understanding of the field.

He argued that this measure could help "kill two birds with one stone" by adding graduates' competitiveness in finding jobs and ensuring a steady talent pool for Chinese companies to go out.

To deeply understand the needs of enterprises, Zhang Shuibo investigated29 enterprises in Beijing, Tianjin and other places and travelled to countries involved in the Belt and Road Initiative such as Saudi Arabia, Sri Lanka, conducting business training for local Chinese enterprises.

"Many bosses spoke of their trouble with high-end talents scarcity in doing engineering overseas. Some people may find it hard to believe that considering China's fast development of high-speed railways and highways and other engineering fields" Zhang Shuibo's research found out that enterprises are "thirsty" for compound talent with an international perspective. "The external environment is complex and constantly changing, and companies are in need of talents with rich experience and knowledge."

While he was preparing and perfecting he proposal for the National People's Congress, he answered questions raised by students through WeChat. His advanced expertise and rich experience in serving projects in Sudan, Iran, and Saudi Arabia have greatly benefited his students.

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