Chinese Business Studies
Chinese Business Studies is a well-tailored, economics-based, multi-disciplinary program focusing on specific areas relevant to doing business in China. With relevant business theories and up-to-date applications, the program aims to provide students with systematic knowledge of business practices and the ability to analyze changes in government policies and regulations that affect business operations in China.
China's increasing integration into the world economy and strong economic growth has provided tremendous opportunities for international business. To seize these opportunities, foreign enterprises face the challenge of adjusting their way of doing business in China. We strongly believe that understanding the evolving business environment in China, especially the political economy of China's policy-making, is the key to successful business in China.
- Chinese Business Environment (compulsory)
- Chinese Culture & Business Etiquette (compulsory)
- China Business Law (compulsory)
- Doing Business in China (compulsory)
- International Business
- International Business Negotiation
- Strategic Management
- International Investment Analysis
- International Finance
- M&A and Investment Banking
- Financial Markets and Institutions
- International Marketing Management
- Consumer Behavior
- Brand Management
- Marketing Research Methods
*N.B.: Students are required to accomplish all compulsory specialization courses of their own majors. Besides, they need to select 7 more specialization courses from other majors.
Spring Semester/ Autumn Semester
- 30th December for Spring Semester
- 30th June for Autumn Semester
Completed recognized upper secondary or equivalent Year 12 studies to the required standard.
Proficiency in the English language. [TOEFL (IBT) 79/IELTS 6.0/TOEIC 750] (Interview may be required)
Bachelor of Management in Business and Administration (Chinese Business Studies)