East China's Jiangsu province will adopt a new policy for gaokao, the national university entrance exam, from 2021.
The Jiangsu Provincial Department of Education is seeking to employ 70 distinguished professors from around the world as part of their latest recruitment drive
The main focus of the fair was to encourage young local graduates to seek out employment in their hometown or to harness their entrepreneurial skills and start up their own business in the city.
As China's influence grows in Africa and South, Central and Southeast Asia, more students from these regions are studying in the country.
The country is planning to overhaul the university system to attract larger numbers of foreign applicants.
The earmarked funding, increasing by 8.7 percent compared with 2015, will be the government's biggest public expenditure in 2016.
The city of Zhangjiagang in Jiangsu province hosted a higher education graduate job fair on Jan 30 with 302 companies offered more than 5,500 posts.
Another 38 universities in China qualified to enroll a sum-total of 2,970 international students to study clinical medicine, the ministry announced.