Ⅰ Introduction to UIBE
The University of International Business and Economics (UIBE), situated in the northeast of Beijing, was founded in 1951. UIBE is a national key university under the leadership of the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Commerce, and is one of the most important institutes for talents' training and scientific research on Chinese economic and business development.
UIBE pursues to be an outstanding national university and a prestigious international university with its distinct characteristics. After sixty years’ development, UIBE has already become a multi- disciplinary university specialized in the fields of economics, management, liberal arts, law and science, and competitive in the subjects such as international trade, international law, finance, business management and foreign languages. Among the 2500 Chinese institutions, UIBE is the first university that has built a complete educational system leading to Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctoral degrees not only in Chinese but also in English
UIBE has a total enrollment of around 16,000 full-time students including more than 3,200 international students from over 130 countries. As always, UIBE students are widely welcomed by society for their sound professional knowledge and skills, strong linguistic ability, active thinking and rich practical experience. UIBE graduates have been mainly employed in governmental institutions, financial sectors, multinational corporations, large-scale foreign trade corporations and commercial institutions stationed abroad.
UIBE warmly welcomes all outstanding international candidates who are willing to undertake international economic and trade intercourse as well as cross-culture communication and thereby make contributions to the global economic development and the world peace.
Ⅱ Introduction to MIEC Program
1. Program Name: Master of International Economic Cooperation (referred to as MIEC)
2. Admission Areas: Developing Countries formally set up diplomatic relationship with China
3. Training Objective:
This program is designed for senior business officials, business diplomats and senior business managers who are experienced in business administration from developing countries. It aims to develop leaders and constructors of global economic governance structure, framers and executors of international business policies with global vision, and managers of international business and trade administration. Through this program, students can systematically grasp international economic cooperation theory, international economic policies and environment, development tendency of international economic cooperation and economic trade policy system in China.
4. Training mode:
1) Class Teaching: Considering the particularity of the composition of participants, MIEC program adopts lectures, case studies, speeches, tutoring and other forms of flexible and diverse teaching methods;
2) Business Research: To enhance participants' understanding of the Chinese business environment, MIEC program provides regular arrangements for trainees to visit Development Zone, enterprises, rural suburbs of Beijing and government departments.
3) Seminar: This program will regularly invite Chinese government officials, business executives and scholars to hold lectures on hot issues at home and abroad and discuss matters in depth with students.
4) Cultural Experience: In addition to a monthly trip to rural suburbs of Beijing, MIEC program also plans arrangements and study tours for participants to experience Chinese culture.
1. Course arrangement and credits requirement
1) Our course arrangement emphasizes combination of academic theories and practice in an effort to promote students’ ability to solve problems.
2) This full-time master program course arrangement includes compulsory classes, elective classes, seminars and business research, requiring 34 credits in total.
2. Degree Granted: Program participants, who acquire all credits, finish master degree thesis and pass the paper defense will be granted a degree by UIBE.
Ⅲ Academic structure and Teaching Language
1) Academic structure: One year. The following is the detailed schedule:
Fall semester: early September - the end of December (14 weeks)
Spring Semester: late February - the end of May (14 weeks)
Field Trip: early June – the mid of June
2) Teaching Language: English
Ⅳ Course Arrangement
EIB501Introduction of Chinese Economy (3 credits)
EIB502 Economic Foundation of Business Studies (3 credits)
EIB503 International Economic Cooperation (3 credits)
Business ChineseⅠ（2 credits）
EIB504 International Project Management (3 credits)
EAE549 China’s Economic and Business System (3 credits)
EAE544 How to do business in China（3credits）
Business Chinese Ⅱ（2 credits）
Fall & Spring session
Specialized Elective courses
EHUM130 International Project Bidding (2 credits)
EAE531 Chinese Business Laws (2 credits)
EIB508 Cross-Cultural Management (2 credits)
EIB532 Marketing in China (2 credits)
HUM205 History of Chinese Philosophy
Transnational Corporation Management (3 credits)
China in the Global Economy (3 credits)
Chinese Business Ethics (3 credits)
General Outline of China (3 credits)
International Trade and Foreign Investment in China(3 credits)
Business Culture & Consumer Behavior (3 credits)
Case study of international corporations marketing strategies in China (3 credits)
Chinese Foreign Economic Relations (3 credits)
China’s Capital Market: Growing Opportunities (3 credits)
Entrepreneurship: Business Opportunities in China(3 credits)
International Finance: System, Market and Investment Opportunities (3 credits)
Spring & Fall session
Ⅴ Admission requirements, Application period and procedures, Application materials, Admission Notification and Contact Information
1. Admission Requirements:
Applicants participated in this program are required as below,
l Generally under the age of 45 years old (by Sep. 1, current year), healthy.
l With a bachelor's degree (or above) and more than three years work experiences. The one with related learning or working background is preferred.
l Should be the middle and senior management staff who engaged in the government departments, enterprises, and colleges or research institutions.
l Non-native English speaking Applicants must have English proficiency equivalent to IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL (IBT) 86 and above level.
2. Application Period and Procedures:
Application Period: January 1 – April 1
l Applicants shall make online application at http://laihua.csc.edu.cn(Choose Program Category Type B and the Agency No. of UIBE: 10036) download and print out the Application Form for Chinese Government Scholarship and then sign the form. Hand-writing version is invalid.
l Applicants are required to make another online application at www.uibe.cn. Please download and print out the International Student Application Form generated upon successful online application.
l Please use Firefox or Internet Explorer (11.0). Menu selection functions may not work in other browsers. For Internet Explorer, please disable the ‘Compatibility View’. About how to disable ‘Compatibility View’, please visit: http://www.csc.edu.cn/Laihua/notice.html
l Please Submit the application documents (legible scanned ones) listed below to the application receiving agency.
3. Application Materials:
An applicant should submit the scanned copies of the following documents:
l Application Form for Chinese Government Scholarship with a 2-inch photo and the applicant’s signature.
l CV in English
l Copies of bachelor’s degree certificate(s) and academic transcript(s).
l Two recommendation letters from the applicant’s employers and/or professors.
Telephone numbers and email addresses of the referees must be included in the letters.
l Employment verification.
l A copy of TOEFL 90 above or IELTS 6.0 above or official letter of English proficiency, or passing the telephone test by UIBE faculty
l Copy of the passport page of personal information.
Note: Scanned copies of the documents will be sufficient during the application period. Originals or verified copies will be required upon enrollment at the universities. All documents should be in Chinese or English and be originals or notarized copies. All documents are not retrievable.
4. Admission Notification
l Application documents will be reviewed by Admission Committee, and outstanding applicants will be selected.
l Each applicant can be supported by the scholarship for one program only.
l The universities or the Chinese Embassy will send the Admission Letter and Visa Application Form for Study in China (JW201) to the scholarship winners.
l If a successful applicant fails to register for the programs before the deadline, the entitlement to the scholarship will be cancelled.
5. Contact Information:
Admission Office, School of International Education,
University of International Business and Economics
No.10, Huixin Dongjie, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100029, China
Contacts: Shao Jiani
Tel: (86-10) 6449-2327/6449-3419
Fax: (86-10) 6449-3820
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: (86-10) 6449-2327 / 6449-2329 Fax: (86-10) 6449-3820