Universities give subsidies to new graduates from Wuhan

Chinese universities have rolled out relief policies to fresh graduates from Central China’s Hubei province with subsidies worth CNY800 (US$112) to CNY3,000 (US$420) to help stabilise employment, which took a hit from the coronavirus outbreak, reports Global Times.

Fresh graduate students from Hubei who have studied in Tianjin this year can get a subsidy worth CNY3,000, according to a jointly issued notice from the Tianjin Municipal Human Resources and Social Security Bureau and the Tianjin Municipal Education Commission on Friday 15 May.

The relief policy covers all recent graduate students who are from Hubei, study in universities and vocational colleagues in Tianjin, and have been actively seeking a job and entrepreneurship. The subsidy funds will be transferred to the student’s bank account by the end of June 2020.
Full report on the Global Times site