The Stillman School of Business and the Department of Asian Studies, in collaboration with partner universities in China, have created the June-In-China Program. This program, which has been in existence since 1992, offers you an opportunity to experience firsthand one of the world's most unique and industrious societies.
The courses focus on China's important role in the global economy. You will visit Beijing (the capital), Xi'an (ancient capital), and Shanghai (the commercial center), plus sightseeing of the Great Wall, Terra Cotta Army and much more. For this trip only, you will also visit the Shanghai Expo 2010 (World's Fair); a once in a lifetime opportunity.
Earn Three or Six Credits
BMGT 4552 China in Global Economy: for undergraduate students
BMGT 7552 China in Global Economy: for graduate students
ASIA 2233 SP June-in-China: for undergraduate students
ASIA 6233 SP June-in-China: for graduate students
The program is for students, faculty and alumni, with no course requirement for faculty and alumni.
Trip & Payment Details
The trip cost of $3,000 includes international and local airfare, local transportation, entry visa fee, lodging, scheduled sightseeing, class field trips and exit fees. Participants stay at air-conditioned up-scale hotels with free breakfast in both Chinese and Western style.
Apply no later than Monday, March 1.
For more information please contact:
Jason Yin, M.B.A., Ph.D.