As many of our students are preparing for careers in China, this programme will help them to build language capabilities, better understand a different business system and expand networks in the region. The course is composed of company visits, executive talks, company visits, alumni sharing sessions and cultural activities. Most importantly, the entire cohort will be together at Beijing resulting in better team spirit, communication and network amongst the group.
Chinese Language Training
MBA programme collaborates with a renowned language and cultural university in Beijing for 4 weeks intensive conversational Mandarin Chinese training course along with small tutorial groups and cultural classes. The course is offered in 3 levels: Beginner, Intermediary & Advanced.
Business Communication Course
Those proficient in the Mandarin Chinese are expected to participate in a business communication course conducted in Beijing. This intensive course will use a variety of methods including business case studies, business journal articles and individual and group presentations under simulated business settings to teach and develop English language and communications skills.
Visits include major cultural sites, e.g. Great Wall, Beihai Park, HuTong Tour, The Temple of Heaven, The Summer Palace, The Forbidden City and The 798 Art Zone, etc.
Executive Seminars & Company Visits
Executive Talks and Company visits are arranged regularly throughout the programme, these opportunities enable our students understanding better the China business practices and norms operating in the country. The executive talks and company visits include the following:
|Beijing Coca-Cola Beverage Co, Ltd|
|Beijing YanJing Beer Group|
|CITIC Securities International|
|“Consulting in China- Sustainable Urban Infrastructure” by Dr. Nobert Luetke-Entrup, Vice President and Partner for Siemens Management Consulting|
|“Foreign Banking in China” by Mr. Frederick Ip, General Manager of DBS Beijing|
|“Opportunities and Challenges in doing business in a rapid changing country: China” by Mr. Thomas Tso, Director of HKSAR Beijing Office; Mr. Patrick Yeung, Chief Representative China of Swire Group; Mable Kwan, Director of marketing and communications of Special Olympics East Asia|