Reflection into China’s Business English Teaching Practices Based on GDUFS Graduates’ Employment Status

Wenzhong Zhu, Si Wu, Tingting Guo

Abstract


GDUFS, as one of China’s top three foreign language universities with the longest history in business English teaching, has accumulated over 20-year experiences in this discipline. This research reflects into its business English teaching practices based on its graduates’ employment status in recent years, and concludes that the students of business English major tend to have higher level of employment status than those of other majors, and their employers are more likely to be consultancy MNCs, commercial banks and other firms. It is suggested that new efforts for reform should be made in disciplinary development, teaching development, curriculum designs and teaching methods.


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