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Belarusian students achieve internship under the Huawei programme in China

Belarusian students achieve internship under the Huawei programme in China


Belarusian students from the Higher State College of Communications are being trained in the Huawei centre in Beijing — visiting China as part of a special Seeds for the Future programme. The main purpose of the event is to develop information and telecommunication technologies and encourage talented students.


Students from Belarus in the headquarters of the Huawei centre

Huawei began inviting foreign students seven years ago when the company launched its special programme — Seeds for the Future — and opened its training centres in over 100 countries across the globe. Over 10,000 people have so far been trained as part of the programme and the first group of students from Belarus is currently receiving internships. As Amy Lin, Huawei’s Vice President, states, “The main purpose of the programme is to develop information and telecommunication technologies and encourage talented students. We understand that not all of them will work with our equipment in the future but they will foster the development of the industry. This will benefit growth in our company.”

Huawei intends to continue co-operating with Belarusian educational institutions in the future. Students from the Higher State College of Communications will visit another Chinese city and spend time at the headquarters of the Chinese telecommunication giant. The Belarusian group will spend one week being trained in the city of Shenzhen in the Guangdong Province in the south of China.

The Chinese corporation is a resident company at the Great Stone Chinese-Belarusian Industrial Park. The Park is an area occupying 80sq.km and offers a special legal regime to ensure productive conditions for doing business. The park is located 25km away from Belarus’ capital, in a unique natural area close to the international airport, the railway network, and the transnational motorway from Berlin to Moscow. Any company, regardless of their country of origin, can become resident at the park.

As previously reported, the Chinese corporations of ZTE and Huawei intend to start building high-tech manufacturing facilities in the Chinese-Belarusian Industrial Park as early as 2015.

By Irina Svirko
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