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Originally posted by gloryhunter at 2006-7-1 00:24
I forget the name of the Uni, but if I remember correctly, it's the Beijing Broadcasting University, although it might have changed its name since.
A friend of mine at China Radio International actually handpicks students from that university every year for Esperanto-training. So those hand-picked students effectively not only have a job waiting for them long before they even graduate, but are even trained specifically for the job by a professor who will then be their employer! Sweet deal, don't you think?
Try to get that kind of deal with English!
As for other less spoken languages, I'm not sure of the details, but I do know that the Chinese market now has a desperate shortage for ALL foreign languages other than English, although the demand is a little less desperate for French, German, Japanese and Russian due to a large number os students choosing them as their second foreign language over other languages.
One possibility is to contact China Radio International, if you were interested in working there, and ask them what language they'd recommend. I'm sure they're well aware of what languages have the most critical shortages, along with where you can best study those languages.
Another place worth considering is the China Management Software Institute. It currently has an agreement with the Internacia Studumo pri Turismo kaj Kulturo, in Poland. Students study Esperanto at the Institute in Beijing for the first two years, after which they can go to Poland for the following two years. Education in Poland is of good repute, while still being relatively inexpensive compared to that of other nations. In Poland, the students can then study a host of subjects, including the Polish language I believe if I'm not mistaken, via Esperanto, up to a Master's Degree.
Anyway, this is a start, hope this helps.