19 Feb '11, 3am

China Development Bank will only recruit students from Harvard University or the MIT for its summer intern programme

BEIJING - CHINA Development Bank (CDB), one of China's main policy banks, will only recruit major students from Harvard University or the Massachusetts Institute of Technology for its summer intern programme. The move has sparked criticism from some domestic college students who will not be able to apply due to the stringent requirements. 'It is not that difficult to meet its other demands,' said one student. 'I feel like domestic college students like me is able to assume the job, and I am not even from Tsinghua Universty.' Besides the educational requirements, the bank set moderately demanding qualification levels in majors and abilities. Majors in finance, management and accounting are desired; and the company requires the applicants to be honest, team workers and to possess skills in analyzing, communication and excellent English. Netizen also doubt the bank's intentio...

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