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International Business
Teaching Medium: Chinese
Degree Awarded: Master's Degree
Entry Requirements: Bachelor's Degree
Duration: 2 Years
Starting Date: Sep 12, 2020
Application Deadline: Jun 01, 2020
Tuition Fee:
CNY 30,000 per year
Application Fee:
150 USD (Non-Refundable)
Schools: Other

Programme objectives
This programme aims to train highly qualified and practical specialists who will continue to watch China 's economic development with keen interest, having mastered the ability to analyse and fully understand the current status and future development of China 's economic policies.

After graduation, the participants will be excellent candidates for positions in multi-national companies, financial organisations, government departments or teaching and research institutions with an interest in the Chinese economy.

Academic calendar
1 st Semester: Autumn semester from mid-September to mid-January
2 nd Semester: Spring semester from mid-February to mid-July

Core course descriptions
* China 's Economic Reform and Development
This course surveys the working of the Chinese economy in its various aspects. The syllabus includes: the background to China 's economic reform and its process; topics in economic growth and development; analysis of individual sectors; economic institutions and infrastructure.

* Macroeconomics and the Chinese Economy
The course provides an introduction to the Chinese economy with an emphasis on macro-economic issues. The focus of the course is China 's macro-economic performance since 1979. The aim is to help students to gain a comprehensive understanding of the Chinese economy and its transformation, and to train students in using economic tools to gain a perspective on Chinese macro-economic issues.

Key issues addressed during the course include:
1.Issues in Chinese economic growth
2.Topics on economic fluctuation and macro- economic policy in China
3.Chinese economy and the world economy

* Economic Issues in Contemporary China
This course provides a series of lectures on new economic issues in contemporary China and evaluates the achievements and shortcomings of China 's open economy. Topics include: MNC's strategies in China ; FDI and export competitiveness; GPNs and technological progress; globalisation and the challenges of FDI-assisted development in China ; new industrialisation and related issues.

* Economic Statistics in China
This course covers the following issues:
1. History of statistics in China since the foundation of the People's Republic
2. China 's statistical rules and systems
3. Basic index systems and accounting methods
4. Analysis of macro-economic indices of China

* Prospective students should have a non-Chinese passport and be in good health;
* Academic requirements: Prospective students must hold a recognised bachelor's degree or above, or equivalent.
* English proficiency: Minimum requirement is 550 points or above for TOEFL, a grade 6 or above for IELTS, or other certificate of English proficiency from an approved authority. Native English speakers are exempt from this requirement, other candidates whose university courses are taught in English will be considered case by case.
* Professional backgrounds: Prospective students who are able to show relevant professional experience deemed appropriate to the programme applied for will be given prior consideration.

1.  Photocopy of valid passport
With photo, passport number &expiration date and name included.

2.  Passport-sized photo
A passport-sized photo taken recently of the applicant.

3.  Bachelor's degree diploma
Graduation certificate should be in Chinese or English.If not, it should be translated into Chinese or English and be notarized.

4.   Transcript of undergraduate school

5.  Health certificate(optional)
Photocopy of physical examination record.

6.   Two recommendation letters
From professor,associate professor or equivalents.

7.  Certificate of English proficiency test
IELTS or TOEFl will only be required if the applicant is not a native English speaker.

8.  Personal Statement
Personal Statement with the applicant's signature, written in Chinese or in English. You can download a template or sample from here.