The Contemporary Chinese Business And Culture (CCBC)

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· Language of Instruction: Chinese

· School starts: Every February and September

· Application Fee: 500 yuan

· Tuition Fee: 10,500 yuan

· Program Duration: one semester (four months)

· Program introduction

Tailored to the needs of bachelor students interested in China’s economics and business culture from other countries, the program is designed to present a picture of current China’s economic and social life to those who intend to do business in China.

· Curriculums and credits

1. Courses arrangements

Section 1: Mandarin Courses

Chinese Grammar (128 hours): Basic techniques of writing and reading Chinese language

Oral mandarin (128 hours): Daily used words and expressions for survival in China

Section 2: Business Courses

Course 1: The Business Environment in China

This course introduces the political, social,economic, cultural and historical factors which influence the manner in which business is conducted within the People’s Republic of China. The impact of Maoist and Dengist policies are discussed. Greatest emphasis is placed on the contemporary developments and changes in China’s business practices.


Module

Code

Lecture Title

Credit hour

BE1

BE11

An overview of the development of China’s economy

4

BE12

The Evolution of China’s economic policy

8

BE2

BE21

The industrial structure analysis

4

BE22

The agriculture structure analysis

4

BE23

The service industry in China

4

BE24

The Chinese Cooperation’s mergers and acquisitions

4

BE3

BE31

The environment protection in China

4

TOTAL

32


Course 2: The Business Legal Environment in China

This course is aimed at business people who need to understand the legal context for doing business in the People’s Republic of China. The course deals with relevant legal institutions and substantive laws, with an emphasis on commercial law matters.


Module

Code

Lecture Title

Credit hour

LD1

LD11

The legislative system and government structure of China

4

LD12

The judicial system and procedure laws of China & Simulated exercise

8

LD2

LD21

Foreign investment laws of China

2

LD23

The practices of intellectual property rights in China

4

LD24

WTO & China’s trading regulations

8

LD3

LD32

Chinese market economy & its legal foundation

6

TOTAL

32


Course 3: The Business Management in China

This is an executive-level management course illustrated by examples specific to mainland China. The topics are related to the concept of the business environment and national culture as one factor in that environment, how culture influences the company’s internal arrangements,how culture and the internal arrangement influence the company’s priorities in strategic planning and its needs for control in international relationship in the WTO context and the operation of financial accounting system in China.


Module

Code

Lecture Title

Credit hour

BM1

BM11

Evolution of  business management in China

4

BM12

Comparison  and contrast between oriental enterprises and western enterprisers

4

BM2

BM21

Management in state-owned enterprises, private and collective  Enterprises

4

BM23

Chinese trading practices

4

BM24

Environment protection and trade

4

BM3

BM31

Corporate governance in China

4

BM32

How to communicate with Chinese

8

TOTAL

32


Course 4: The Chinese Business Culture

This course includes 4 modules, focusing on China’s business history and the influence of traditional philosophy, the differences between Chinese and western business cultures and strategic choices for foreign business professionals trying to make a fortune in China.


Module

Code

Lecture Title

Credit hour

BC1

BC11

The feature  analysis on the Chinese business history

4

BC12

The traditional  philosophy: Confucianism and Taoism

4

BC2

BC21

Comparative  study of Chinese and western business culture

6

BC22

How to do  business in China

6

BC23

Strategic  choices and business culture case study

6

BC3

BC31

Exercise:  Chinese calligraphy

2

BC4

BC41

Comments on  Current Political Affairs

4

TOTAL

32


During this semester,two study tours are scheduled to practical teaching base.

2. Assessment

The award of Training Program Certificate is made on successful completion of the courses and open examinations with a satisfactory attendance record.

· Entry requirements

1. Applicant must be a non-Chinese resident, holding a valid foreign passportor international identity certificate.

2. Applicant should be in good mental and physical condition.

3. Applicant should be over 18 and under 25 years old.

4. Applicant should have sufficient financial capability for working and living in China.

5. Degree or diploma: Applicants who should have completed one year of Higher Education or above.

6.Language requirements (Applicants who do not from English-speaking countries should meet one of the following requirements)

(1) IBT 90.

(2) IELTS 6.5.

(3) TOEIC 750.

(4) The instruction language is English in senior high school or above study period.

· Application

1. Online application: www.studyatbjut.com

2. Application period:

(1) Spring semester15th Octobor—15thDecember

(2) Autumn semester: 1stMarch—30th June

3. Application documents:

(1) Application form (completed online)

(2) A copy of passport personal information page

(3) A recommendation letter from home university (for exchange students)

(4) CV

(5) Study plan

(6) Certificate of English Language Level

(7) A copy of Physical Examination Record for Foreigners (if available)

· CONTACT US

Admission Office

College of International Education

Beijing University of Technology

Address: R814, No.4 Teaching Building, Beijing University of Technology,

              #100, Ping Le Yuan, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100124, P. R.China

Website: http://bjutcie.bjut.edu.cn/

Email: exchange@bjut.edu.cn

Tel: +86-10-67391762, 67391858

Fax: +86-10-67391762