Traveling in China is a magical odyssey through more than 5,000 years of recorded history against a vast and stunning landscape. Led by Dr. Bin Jiang of the Department of Management, this International Business Seminar takes students to Shanghai and Beijing to observe firsthand a country that is rapidly changing and rising on the global stage of business. Students will visit different companies (e.g., wholly foreign-owned firms, joint ventures between Chinese and foreign firms, and local Chinese firms) to understand China's competitive advantages and potential opportunities. In addition, students will visit some major historical sites, taste traditional food, and contact with local communities to acquire a direct view of the current cultural and social issues in China.   Faculty Dr. Bin Jiang is a professor from the Department of Management.   Academics The group meets both before and after the trip to China. In the autumn quarter, the seminar meets for nine hours to prepare students with background information on the companies and cities they will be visiting. After return, there is a follow-up session that completes the academic component of the program.   Course ICS 350 (Undergraduate)/ IB 750 (Graduate), International Business Seminar Credits 4 credit hours Term registered Fall 2017 Liberal Studies Domains: Global Business Perspective &experiential learning (EL) Taught by Dr. Bin Jiang Course description This foreign study course is meant to introduce the student to the world of international life and business as it is today. The course provides students the opportunity to visit and study foreign commercial enterprises on-site. Additional emphasis is placed on understanding overseas cultures, self-reference criteria, and the fact that people around the world can maintain/develop hopes and dreams within their own lifestyle even though it may differ from others'. Please note that although some courses are registered in a particular term, some coursework or final assignments may be due in a different term. E.g. Course registered in winter quarter, but coursework is due in spring quarter once the travel component of the program is complete.   Living Arrangements Students stay in hotels in double occupancy rooms..   Cost, Scholarships, and Financial Aid All students participating in study abroad will be charged both tuition (billed at the regular DePaul tuition rate, based on the number of credits enrolled) and a program fee. Please read the program fee details carefully to understand exactly what is included, as this can vary from program to program. If the program fee is posted, be sure to note whether the fee is current or from a previous year (past program fees may serve as a guide until the current program fee is available). If the current program fee has not yet been posted, please check back closer to the application deadline. Please also note the withdrawal policy. DePaul offers several types of scholarships for students studying abroad, and students should visit the scholarship page early in the application process for information on eligibility and deadlines.   Passport and Visa If you are planning to study abroad and do not have a passport, apply for one immediately. Some programs require travelers to obtain visas. In that case, contact the local consulates or embassies of the countries you will be visiting for up-to-date instructions on how to apply for them. As of this publication, students on the China program who are US citizens DO need a visa. Please note, however, that visa requirements can change. Study Abroad will update this website to reflect changes to the visa requirements as they become available.   Study Abroad Contact Questions about this program? Contact your study abroad advisor, Quang Tran or visit during open advising hours.   Alumni Contact Contact program alumni to learn about the student experience: Name Email Term Attended Student Name Email Term Student Name Email Term Student Name Email Term --> DePaul University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, or handicap in admissions, employment, or the provision of services. Inquiries regarding this policy should be addressed to the Director of Human Resources, 1 East Jackson Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 60604. Circumstances, such as an unexpected event abroad or a curriculum change, may require DePaul University to make changes to the program. DePaul University reserves the right to cancel or alter programs and courses without notice. "> Traveling in China is a magical odyssey through more than 5,000 years of recorded history against a vast and stunning landscape. Led by Dr. Bin Jiang of the Department of Management, this International Business Seminar takes students to Shanghai and Beijing to observe firsthand a country that is rapidly changing and rising on the global stage of business. Students will visit different companies (e.g., wholly foreign-owned firms, joint ventures between Chinese and foreign firms, and local Chinese firms) to understand China's competitive advantages and potential opportunities. In addition, students will visit some major historical sites, taste traditional food, and contact with local communities to acquire a direct view of the current cultural and social issues in China.   Faculty Dr. Bin Jiang is a professor from the Department of Management.   Academics The group meets both before and after the trip to China. In the autumn quarter, the seminar meets for nine hours to prepare students with background information on the companies and cities they will be visiting. After return, there is a follow-up session that completes the academic component of the program.   Course ICS 350 (Undergraduate)/ IB 750 (Graduate), International Business Seminar Credits 4 credit hours Term registered Fall 2017 Liberal Studies Domains: Global Business Perspective &experiential learning (EL) Taught by Dr. Bin Jiang Course description This foreign study course is meant to introduce the student to the world of international life and business as it is today. The course provides students the opportunity to visit and study foreign commercial enterprises on-site. Additional emphasis is placed on understanding overseas cultures, self-reference criteria, and the fact that people around the world can maintain/develop hopes and dreams within their own lifestyle even though it may differ from others'. Please note that although some courses are registered in a particular term, some coursework or final assignments may be due in a different term. E.g. Course registered in winter quarter, but coursework is due in spring quarter once the travel component of the program is complete.   Living Arrangements Students stay in hotels in double occupancy rooms..   Cost, Scholarships, and Financial Aid All students participating in study abroad will be charged both tuition (billed at the regular DePaul tuition rate, based on the number of credits enrolled) and a program fee. Please read the program fee details carefully to understand exactly what is included, as this can vary from program to program. If the program fee is posted, be sure to note whether the fee is current or from a previous year (past program fees may serve as a guide until the current program fee is available). If the current program fee has not yet been posted, please check back closer to the application deadline. Please also note the withdrawal policy. DePaul offers several types of scholarships for students studying abroad, and students should visit the scholarship page early in the application process for information on eligibility and deadlines.   Passport and Visa If you are planning to study abroad and do not have a passport, apply for one immediately. Some programs require travelers to obtain visas. In that case, contact the local consulates or embassies of the countries you will be visiting for up-to-date instructions on how to apply for them. As of this publication, students on the China program who are US citizens DO need a visa. Please note, however, that visa requirements can change. Study Abroad will update this website to reflect changes to the visa requirements as they become available.   Study Abroad Contact Questions about this program? Contact your study abroad advisor, Quang Tran or visit during open advising hours.   Alumni Contact Contact program alumni to learn about the student experience: Name Email Term Attended Student Name Email Term Student Name Email Term Student Name Email Term --> DePaul University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, or handicap in admissions, employment, or the provision of services. Inquiries regarding this policy should be addressed to the Director of Human Resources, 1 East Jackson Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 60604. Circumstances, such as an unexpected event abroad or a curriculum change, may require DePaul University to make changes to the program. DePaul University reserves the right to cancel or alter programs and courses without notice. "/>" Global Engagement " Programs>Brochure>Study Abroad Skip to Content

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China: Business Behind the Great Wall
Beijing, China; Hongze, China; Shanghai, China (Outgoing Program)
Program Terms: December
This program is currently not accepting applications.
Restrictions: DePaul University applicants only
Click for Tuition + Program Fee December
Dates / Deadlines:
Thank you for your interest in this program! We are not currently accepting applications. In general, applications open about 6 months before program application deadlines.
Fact Sheet:
Program Type: Short-term Academic Level: Graduate, Undergraduate
Recommended GPA: 2.5 Living Arrangements: Hotel
Language of Instruction: English Prerequisite: Undergraduate students need approval from Faculty Director
Liberal Studies Domain: EL, Global Business Perspective
Program Description:
Shanghai Skyline

Traveling in China is a magical odyssey through more than 5,000 years of recorded history against a vast and stunning landscape. Led by Dr. Bin Jiang of the Department of Management, this International Business Seminar takes students to Shanghai and Beijing to observe firsthand a country that is rapidly changing and rising on the global stage of business. Students will visit different companies (e.g., wholly foreign-owned firms, joint ventures between Chinese and foreign firms, and local Chinese firms) to understand China's competitive advantages and potential opportunities. In addition, students will visit some major historical sites, taste traditional food, and contact with local communities to acquire a direct view of the current cultural and social issues in China.
 

Dr. Bin Jiang is a professor from the Department of Management.
 

The group meets both before and after the trip to China. In the autumn quarter, the seminar meets for nine hours to prepare students with background information on the companies and cities they will be visiting. After return, there is a follow-up session that completes the academic component of the program.
 
Course ICS 350 (Undergraduate)/ IB 750 (Graduate), International Business Seminar
Credits 4 credit hours
Term registered Fall 2017
Liberal Studies Domains: Global Business Perspective &experiential learning (EL)
Taught by Dr. Bin Jiang
Course description This foreign study course is meant to introduce the student to the world of international life and business as it is today. The course provides students the opportunity to visit and study foreign commercial enterprises on-site. Additional emphasis is placed on understanding overseas cultures, self-reference criteria, and the fact that people around the world can maintain/develop hopes and dreams within their own lifestyle even though it may differ from others'.

Please note that although some courses are registered in a particular term, some coursework or final assignments may be due in a different term. E.g. Course registered in winter quarter, but coursework is due in spring quarter once the travel component of the program is complete.
 

Students stay in hotels in double occupancy rooms..
 

All students participating in study abroad will be charged both tuition (billed at the regular DePaul tuition rate, based on the number of credits enrolled) and a program fee. Please read the program fee details carefully to understand exactly what is included, as this can vary from program to program. If the program fee is posted, be sure to note whether the fee is current or from a previous year (past program fees may serve as a guide until the current program fee is available). If the current program fee has not yet been posted, please check back closer to the application deadline. Please also note the withdrawal policy.

DePaul offers several types of scholarships for students studying abroad, and students should visit the scholarship page early in the application process for information on eligibility and deadlines.

 

If you are planning to study abroad and do not have a passport, apply for one immediately. Some programs require travelers to obtain visas. In that case, contact the local consulates or embassies of the countries you will be visiting for up-to-date instructions on how to apply for them. As of this publication, students on the China program who are US citizens DO need a visa. Please note, however, that visa requirements can change. Study Abroad will update this website to reflect changes to the visa requirements as they become available.
 

Questions about this program? Contact your study abroad advisor, Quang Tran or visit during open advising hours.
 


DePaul University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, or handicap in admissions, employment, or the provision of services. Inquiries regarding this policy should be addressed to the Director of Human Resources, 1 East Jackson Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 60604.

Circumstances, such as an unexpected event abroad or a curriculum change, may require DePaul University to make changes to the program. DePaul University reserves the right to cancel or alter programs and courses without notice.


 
This program is currently not accepting applications.