Vocational students compete on international trade
East China's Jiangsu province holds a competition on international trade for vocational students on April 11 and 12. [Photo/szjm.edu.cn]
East China's Jiangsu province held a competition for vocational students on April 11 and 12, aiming to test their professional proficiency and vocational skills in international trade in the Internet Plus era.
The competition attracted 47 teams of 141 participants from across the province. First, second, and third-place prizes were awarded to five, nine, and 14 colleges, respectively, represented by the Suzhou Institute of Trade and Commerce, Yangzhou Polytechnic Institute, and Nanjing Vocational College of Information Technology.
Liu Wei, a professional involved in the competition, said this year's edition was moderately difficult and put more emphasis on real-life international trade working conditions.
Internet Plus has been becoming a major driving force behind the high quality development and industrial upgrading of international trade in recent years.
The Jiangsu Vocational Students Skills Competition has become a widely-recognized platform for local students to show off their professional skills. This year's edition was held at the Suzhou Institute of Trade and Commerce.