The dominant research direction of the e-commerce as a major in our School is the cross-border e-commerce, which aims to cultivate students' professional knowledge and skills in e-commerce management theories, foreign languages and cross-cultural communication, mobile application development, and moral character. Graduates of this major, whose goal is to become full-fledged e-commerce talents in international technology management field, not only have a high level of English proficiency, but also are familiar with cross-border business laws and regulations and practical application skills. In recent years, the employment rate of this major has reached 100%. Students find their positions in Tencent, Alibaba, Big Four accounting firms, state-owned banks and other well-known enterprises. A majority of them work in highly-developed Pearl River Delta regions including Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Foshan and Zhuhai. Many graduates of 2014-2017 continued further education in Carnegie Mellon University, the University of Edinburgh in the United Kingdom, the Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, and other prominent universities. They are on the right track towards a point where they can start from a relatively higher position for high demanding work with higher salaries.