Attracting Chinese talent to Denmark and ensuring links to Danish universities and companies can secure closer ties between Denmark and China and possibly investments in the future, Danish media Børsen writes today.
Sino-Danish Networks newly establish network for Chinese alumni to Denmark is not only maintaining ties of talented Chinese to Denmark, but the network is also a way to attract new talent to Denmark. The members of the Alumni both have a chance to connect to each other and the Danish universities and companies, but they can also function as ambassadors to represent Denmark to other Chinese students and professionals.
Zhang Yu, a graduated PhD from DTU and member of the network, she tells Børsen, she is warmly recommending studying in Denmark to her fellow countrymen. She is a member of the Novozymes research team in Beijing, and recommends Denmark because of the unique teaching style and competences she gained during her education.
These close ties to Denmark, are not only securing talented labour to Denmark, but in the long run it can also generate investments in Denmark. An example of this is the newly establish Genom research center in Denmark. The director Yang Huanming graduated with a PhD from University of Copenhagen in 1988, and his close connection to Denmark was one of the reasons the centre was placed here.
All articles from Børsen are in Danish.