Students said business schools should provide more practical opportunities and better communication with companies.
A landmark lawsuit has been filed against ConocoPhillips and CNOOC in a maritime court over the oil spill in 2011 that polluted a huge area of Bohai Bay.
Premier Li Keqiang said on Thursday that China has the confidence and ability to handle the risks and challenges ahead as it maintains mid-to-high-speed growth.
China has made significant progress since 2013 in streamlining its administration, and the campaign is entering a critical period.
The number of China's online population, the world's largest, hit 668 million in June, with 594 million of those using mobile devices to go online.
Beijing will usher in a residential permit system this year, a senior official said Thursday.
China is highly concerned with a verdict by Myanmar that has sentenced Chinese nationals to more than 10 years in prison for illegal logging, said a Foreign Ministry spokesperson.
Chinese legal experts met on Wednesday to discuss how to perfect the country's legal aid system, as the government plans legislation on the matter.
The infection rate of hepatitis B among children under 5 years old in China declined to 0.32 percent by the end of last year, a thirtyfold decrease since 1992.
Medical insurance covering expenses for critical illnesses is to be expanded to include the whole country before the end of this year to help financially challenged residents.
About 20 percent of high school graduates in top schools in cities such as Beijing and Shanghai have chosen to study overseas, said education ministry.
President Xi Jinping called for more economic cooperation between China and New Zealand as he met with Jerry Mateparae, the country's governor-general, on Tuesday in Beijing.