Job responsibilities mainly include but not limited to the following:
1. Assist in research, including literature review (i.e. finding articles and writing a summary), collecting/coding/analyzing data, editing references and formatting manuscripts, coordination of research projects, etc.
2. Assist in school’s annual CSR White Paper project, including typesetting, proofreading and release of the White Paper, and project coordination.
3. Assist to contact and coordinate with international scholars and Chinese executives.
4. General administrative tasks, including budgeting, correspondence, etc.
5. Other tasks assigned by professor.
- Master (or above) student with research experience in at least one of the following fields: strategy, economics, international business, OB/OT, entrepreneurship, psychology, or sociology.
- Good ability in English and Chinese reading, speaking, and writing.
- Familiar with quantitative research methodology, including data collection, cleaning, and analysis. With proficiency in using quantitative analysis software (e.g. Stata).
- 1-2yrs related working experience in areas of education or training; publications not required but preferred.
- Analytical capability and intellectual curiosity; attention to details and good work ethics.
- Good skills in using Microsoft Office software.
- Good interpersonal skills and demonstrated ability to collaborate effectively with others.
- Can commit for 1 year or more.
China Europe International Business School (CEIBS) was co-founded by the Chinese government and European Union (EU) in 1994, with Shanghai Jiao Tong University and the EFMD serving as its executive partners. CEIBS has campuses in Shanghai, Beijing, Shenzhen, Accra in Ghana, and Zurich in Switzerland.
As China’s only business school to originate from government-level collaboration, CEIBS is committed to educating responsible leaders versed in “China Depth, Global Breadth” in line with its motto of “Conscientiousness, Innovation and Excellence”. Leaders from the Chinese central government and the EU, respectively, have lauded CEIBS as “a cradle of excellent executives” and “a role model of EU-China co-operation”.
CEIBS offers MBA, Finance MBA, EMBA, Global EMBA, Hospitality EMBA, and Executive Education programmes (Programmes Overview). Renowned for its academic rigour, CEIBS is the first business school on the Chinese mainland to have been accredited by both EQUIS and AACSB and has been ranked #5 in the world for two consecutive years in the Financial Times’ annual ranking of MBA and EMBA programmes.
Amongst the best in Asia, CEIBS’ faculty team is uniquely equipped to deliver a combination of China Depth and Global Breadth in both teaching and research. Nearly 70 full-time faculty members represent more than 10 countries and regions worldwide. They bring a wealth of experience from teaching, research and business practice. CEIBS has featured prominently for six consecutive years in the category of Business, Management and Accounting on Elsevier’s list of Most Chinese Cited Researchers, an indicator of the school’s research capabilities in these fields.
Initiated by CEIBS, the Global Platform of China Cases has compiled over 1,600 China-focused cases, laying a solid foundation for providing China-specific knowledge. The school’s research, which is in the top tier of authoritative rankings, combines the latest theory with practical knowledge. Its research centres keep abreast of ever-changing business practices in vital areas.
To date, CEIBS has more than 24,000 alumni from over 80 countries worldwide, and has provided a broad range of management programmes for more than 180,000 executives both at home and abroad.
Each year, in dozens of major cities across Asia, Europe and Africa, CEIBS harnesses global insights and wisdom to host high-end academic and industry forums.
Over the past 26 years, CEIBS has grown in tandem with the Chinese economy. In the years ahead, the school will continue to emphasise the innovation, transformation, and globalisation of the Chinese economy in order to facilitate global economic co-operation.