UIBE Business School

History

The Business School was established in 1982 at the University of International Business and Economics. Since it's founding, the School has adopted the advanced international management education system. It was the pioneer in China who first introduced from the United States the management education system as well as teaching resources in business administration, marketing, financial management, accounting and other courses. A majority of the faculty members can teach in English by using original texts and cases.

The School has been successful in combining Chinese and Western management theories and practices, and has made stunning achievements. Since the 1990s, the Business School has collaborated with a number of domestic and foreign partners in joint programs including the Sino-France MBA Program (1991-), Sino-US EMBA Program (2002-)and the Haier Business School in 2003. These programs help to expand the School’s global reach and strengthen its connection with businesses.

Features

The Business School emphasizes the systematic integration of business management subjects and making a contribution to managerial knowledge in the field of economics, management, finance, accounting, marketing, operation, statistics, and management science Students receive comprehensive training in applied economics, statistics, operational management and methodologies in behavioral science. The School also develops cases based on the practices of Chinese enterprises in order to understand their evolution and transformation, their strategy and business models.

The School will continue to adopt an international perspective in its teaching and research whilst rooted firmly in the practices of Chinese enterprises. We will follow the trend of international management education, focusing on developing our students’ innovative spirits, leadership skills, decision making ability as well as the ability to cope with and lead change.

International Competition Awards
The Business School Students have made stunning achievements in international competitions. These include 2 championships in a row in the Global Management Challenge (GMC) – the world’s largest strategic management competitions; and 1 championship in L’Oreal e-Strat Challenge.

External Links

The School collaborated with Harvard Business School in hosting “Advanced Seminars in Global Business Management” for 3 years in a row between 1996 and 1997. In June 1998, the School undertook the first “Sino-US Management Seminar” sponsored by the Ministry of Foreign Trade and Economic Cooperation and the US Department of Commerce.

In recent years, the School has established academic exchanges and cooperation with the University of Maryland, University of Cologne, Reims Management School, Audencia Nantes School of Management, as well as other business schools in China. The School has been collaborating closely with international professional associations such as ACCA (UK), CGA (Canada), CPA (Australia), offering programs to UIBE students. In addition to academic and professional institutions, the school also maintains close link with businesses and government including multinational companies such as Haier Group, Motorola, Siemens, Ericsson and PricewaterhouseCoopers, as well as domestic organizations such as the Press & Publications Administration and the Ministry of Commerce etc.

Research

One of the School’s affiliates is the Research Center for Global Management of Beijing Enterprises. Other affiliates of the School include the Center for Multinational Corporation Studies, the Center For Small and Medium Sized Enterprises Research, the Center for Global Marketing Research, The Center for Research in Technological Economics, the Center for International Human Resources & Organizational Development Research, and the Center for Research in Financial Status Quality.

The School offers a research atmosphere that is known for fostering liberal thinking and innovation. Over the last few years, the School has won more than 50 projects from the National Natural Science Foundation of China, the National Social Science Foundation of China, Beijing Philosophy and Social Science Foundation, Ministry of Education, Fok Yingtung Foundation, Enterprise Research, and the World Bank. Faculty members have received a variety of awards for their outstanding research. The research of the faculty has been widely disseminated in the publication of more than 400 books and over 400 articles in top ranked Chinese and international journals.