These learners travel to Shanghai (from left to right):
Florian Klessascheck, Computer Application Development, Brabender Tech GmbH, Unterägeri Ibish Tola, IT Systems Systems, ITpoint Systems AG, Rotkreuz Rolf Kreis, Electronics, Roche Diagnostics International AG, Rotkreuz
Trainees sniff internships in China
As of Friday, 30 students from Switzerland will complete a three-week internship in Shanghai. The computer science and electronics students are working on various projects in the Chinese technology metropolis until 18 October in local companies and international corporations.
13 students from Winterthur in Shanghai
13 apprentices of Vocational Training School Winterthur left for Shanghai on 19.04.2019 for 4 four weeks and will realize various IT projects here. In addition, they attend Chinese lessons in 4 acres and get to know Shanghai and the culture at various excursions and events.
You can follow the entire blog of the vocational school teacher Bernhard Marti here:
Bieler Tagblatt Route2China opens doors to China for young entrepreneurs
The Artworth Brothers from Zealand have made a name for themselves with their Instragram account. Now her business has already reached China.
Gia Informatik AG: The stay of our students in China is pioneering
This is shown by the latest article in the magazine IT Business about our Shanghai ICT project week, carried out together with the vocational school Baden and AFS.
BACK FROM SHANGHAI
From the 125,000 soul village Zug to the megacity Shanghai with 24 million inhabitants. In October, two GIBZ Computer Science students, Yanick Bandi and Florin Gauderon spent a good three weeks doing internships in China.
A Kernser sniffed at the professional life in Shanghai
The budding electronics engineer Joel von Rotz (19) from Kerns recently returned from an exchange project in China. With a backpack full of lasting memories.
Switzerland in the clutches of the dragon
In July, our director Min Wang gave an interview for the newspaper „Observer.“ Journalist Peter Johannes Meier has captured opinions on his topic „China is on the rise: does this have to worry us?
Min Wang believes that „investors from China are interested in know-how, not in converting to a Chinese company.“
Min Wang’s complete point of view and the very successful article can be found here .
Zürichsee Zeitung: The door opener to the Chinese business world
Min Wang from Route2China supports students and professionals interested in the China market. The Männedörflerin has
thus fulfilled a long-cherished wish.
Profession in Shanghai
China is a major export market for Swiss companies. Knowledge of culture, business and the world of work is valuable, especially for young professionals. The company «Route2China»
offers apprentices and students project weeks and taster lessons in companies in the Shanghai area.
The SRF has interviewed our ICT week participant Cyrill Näff and outlined in a summary of his impressions of his stay in Shanghai. The interview was sent on 09.11.2018.
Chinese media 苏州 相 城
We are proud that even Chinese television and a Chinese newspaper reported on the Lucerne delegation.
The Chinese are very interested in the Dual system and would like to learn something from the Swiss.
The Luzerner Zeitung reports on the ICT Project Weeks organized by Route2China in Shanghai, focusing on 7 Lucerne teachers who participated in the project. A very comprehensive article with interviews and lots of information about the workplace, Shanghai, the food, the projects and the candidates.
Travel blog Elias Christen
Elias Christen wrote a blog about his stay in Shanghai with many interesting impressions and information.
The Surseer Week reports on the participant and apprentice Alexander Wys who participated in the ICT weeks in Shanghai in October 2018.
Zurich Education Center goes to Shanghai
Volker Demir writes in this article about the exciting journey and a haunting educational project. He is not only the author of this blog, he is also a teacher and has accompanied the students on this educational journey.
Travelogue Antoine Gähwiler
Interesting travelogue of a participant of the Shanghai ICT Weeks. Very detailed you get an impression of the project and the normal everyday life in Shanghai.
The Swiss news portal Nau has interviewed participant Iman Lünzmann and produced a report on her experiences and experiences in Shanghai. Iman traveled to Shanghai with 26 other apprentices for 3 weeks to explore the professional world and participate in an ICT project.
The Zofinger Tagblatt interviewed one of our participants of the ICT project weeks before their stay in Shanghai and summarized it to an informative article about the interests and the stay.