Chinese Business and Cultural Studies (Foreign Languages Teaching)


Program Introduction

Taught in multi-foreign languages, the program covers China’s economy, trade, ­finance, market, management and closely-related policies and regulations, social environment, cultural traditions and international cooperation. All the courses are taught by outstanding professors from UIBE and other famous universities in China, suitable for overseas scholars, businessmen and international students who need such major study.

Economic Courses in English

(A total of 22-26 courses, SIE will set up 10-12 courses each semester. This program will not open until at least 10 students have applied.)

Business Essential in China

Case Study of International Corporations Marketing Strategies in China

Supply Chain Management

Human Resources Management in China

Chinese Business and Management

Economic Transformation of China

Chinese Economy and Society: Developments and Problems

Environmental Protection in China

Chinese Traditional Culture and Leadership Behavior

China in the Global Economy

Intercultural Communication: Theory and Practices

International Strategy

China and the WTO

Chinese Business Culture and Consumer Behavior

Antitrust, Regulation and Competition Policy

Marketing in China

International Finance: System, Market and Investment Opportunities

Corporate Strategy and Business Model

Chinese Foreign Economic Relations

Contemporary China

Project Management

International Investment

International Trade and FDI In China

Transnational Corporation Management

China’s Culture and Society from Cross-cultural Perspectives

International Conflict and Crisis Management

Economic Courses in Japanese

(A total of 2 sections, SIE will set up one section each semester. This program will not open until at least 10 students have applied.)

Chinese Economy Series Lectures (I)

Chinese Economy Series Lectures (II)

Economic Courses in Korean

(One section, this program will not open until at least 10 students have applied.)

China and Korea International Trade Analysis

Application Requirements

1. High school diploma, good health

2. If students have applied to study in the Chinese Language Training Program, they can take 1 ~ 5 economic courses.

3. If students DO NOT apply for the Chinese Language Training Program, they should take at least 4 courses English economic courses.

4. Applicants under 18 need to submit notarized guardianship certi­ficate upon the approval of UIBE (For detailed information, please refer to Admissions Office).


Students who have completed all the courses and passed all the course examinations will be granted a certi­ficate and academic credits from UIBE.

Academic Calendar

Spring Semester: March – July

Fall Semester: September – next January

(Note: For exact registration time, please refer to Admission Notice.)

Application Period

Fall Semester: April 1 – June 30

Spring Semester: October 1– December 31

Application Materials

(Application materials must be prepared in either Chinese or English and will not be returned to candidates whether they are accepted or not.)

1. UIBE application form (Apply online)

2. A copy of highest diploma and transcripts

3. A copy of guarantor's passport or ID

4. Applicants under 18 need to submit notarized guardianship certi­ficate.

5. A copy of passport or other identi­fication

6. Two recent passport photos, white background, no hat

Application Fee: RMB 660 (Non-refundable)

Tuition Fee: RMB 3,000 / course

Contact Information

Admissions Office, School of International Education, University of International Business and Economics

Room 103, Huibin Building, No.10, Huixin Dongjie, Chaoyang District, Beijing, China

Post Code: 100029

Tel: (86-10) 6449-2327 / 6449-2329

Fax: (86-10) 6449-3820



School of International Education,University of International Business and Economics

Admissions Office, Huibin Building, No.10, Huixin Dongjie, Chaoyang District, Beijing,100029, China

Email:     Tel: (86-10) 6449-2327 / 6449-2329     Fax: (86-10) 6449-3820