MOFCOM scholarship

 

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. At present, UIBE offers nearly 40 majors to overseas students of bachelor, master and doctoral study. Among them, more than 20 majors are offered entirely in English.

 

With a galaxy of talents, UIBE attracts the best minds and brings up famous personnel generation after generation. Most professors have overseas experiences and strong abilities of teaching and researching, which enable them to rank among the National Talent Cultivation Project. 

 

UIBE has a total enrollment of over 16,000 full-time students including more than 3,200 international students from 141 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.

 

Master Programs for two years’ study offered in English

1.    International Trade  国际贸易学

Cultivation Objectives

The Master Program of International Trade is designed to train graduates equipped with global view and innovative spirits, solid foundation applied economics, skills required for practices on domestic and international markets, especially in China, and skills of multicultural communication. Students are trained to apply economic theories to real-world business strategy decision and policy making, especially in the field of international trade and economic cooperation. Program alumni are found to have brilliant skills and sophisticated communication skills in Chinese and thus usually start their career as Chief Representatives of large multinational corporations in China, Officials of the Foreign Embassy, as well as the representatives of Chinese firms in students’ home country.

Core Courses (12 credits)

Microeconomic Theory 

Macroeconomic Analysis

Econometrics

 

Field Courses (5 credits)

 

International Trade Theory

Topics in International Trade

Corporate Finance

Investment Analysis

Industrial Organization

Games and Strategies

 

Directed Research project (3 credits)

 

Elective Courses (17 credits)

 

FREE

Chinese Mandarin Courses (Non-credit)

 

Degree Granted

Master of Economics in International Trade

 

2.    Finance 金融学

 Cultivation Objectives

The Master Program of Finance is designed to train graduates equipped with global view and innovative spirits, solid foundation of field theory on finance, skills required for practices on domestic and international financial markets, especially in China, and skills of multicultural communication. Program alumni are found to have brilliant skills and sophisticated communication skills in Chinese and thus usually start their career in international banks in China, as Chief Representatives of large multinational corporations in China, or as Officials of the Foreign Embassy.

Core Courses

Microeconomic Theory 

Theory of Finance

Financial Econometrics

Financial Accounting

Field Courses

Corporate Finance

Investment Analysis

Financial Economics

Quantitative Finance

Directed Research project (3 credits)

Elective Courses (17 credits)

FREE

Chinese Mandarin Courses (Non-credit)

Degree Granted

Master of Economics in Finance

 

3.    International Business 国际商务

Cultivation Objectives

MIB is designed to train graduates equipped with global view, innovative spirits, solid field-knowledge, practical skills for international business operation, and skills of multicultural communication, especially between the home country of the student and China. Graduates should have brilliant skills in international business practices and sophisticated communication skills in Chinese, hereby start their career as specialists of international business in multinational corporations, foreign trading companies, relevant government bureaus, and international organizations.

Core Courses (12 credits)

International Business Environment 

Economic Foundation of Business Studies

International Business Theory

Global Strategy Management

Field Courses (5 credits)

International Trade Practice

Chinese Foreign Trade and FDI

International Financial Markets

Investment Analysis

International Marketing

Seminar Series on Chinese Economy

Directed Research project (3 credits)

Elective Courses (17 credits)

FREE

Chinese Mandarin Courses (Non-credit)

Degree Granted

Master of International Business

 

4.    IEMBA 工商管理

Cultivation Objectives

This program is for senior managers and business officials who are experienced in business administration. It aims to develop senior international managers with innovation ability, international vision and inter-cultural communication skills and keep them well informed with both transnational business models and Chinese commercial environment. Through this program, students can improve both their knowledge-integrating ability and decision-making and executive capacity.

Core Courses

Managerial Economics

Management and Organizational Behavior

Financial Accounting

Marketing Management

Advanced Corporate Finance

Strategic Management

International Business Management

Business Research

Degree Granted

Master of Business Administration

 

5.    Law 国际法学

Cultivation Objectives

Generally, to cultivate high-quality international legal professionals with a full-scale knowledge and in-depth understanding of Chinese law, and capable of practicing law accordingly in commercial and economic fields.

Specifically, to develop students’ research and writing skills, make them acquainted with the progress in legal regime and practice, and to enable them to critically analyze and efficiently argue in writing and orally.

Core Courses

Courses on Comparative Legal Studies

National Legal Systems

Constitutional & Administrative Law

Civil Law

Commercial/Business Law

Economic Law

Dispute Settlement

Courses on International Legal Studies

International Law in General

International Business/Commercial Law

International Economic Law

Degree Granted

Master of law

 

6.    Logistics Management 物流管理

Cultivation Objectives

The major of Logistics Management is designed to train graduates equipped with global view and innovative spirits, solid foundation of field theory on logistics management, skills required for practices on domestic and international transportation and logistics, especially in China, and skills of multicultural communication. Program alumni are found to have brilliant skills and sophisticated communication skills in Chinese and thus usually start their career as Chief Representatives of large multinational corporations in China, Officials of the Foreign Embassy, as well as the representatives of Chinese firms in students’ home country.

 

Core Courses (12 credits)

Business Logistics 

Supply Chain Management

Operations Management

Logistics Practice in China

 

Field Courses (5 credits)

 

International Logistics

Topics on Chinese Logistics

 

Directed Research project (3 credits)

 

Elective Courses (17 credits)

FREE

Chinese Mandarin Courses (Non-credit)

Degree Granted

Master of Economics in Transport and Logistics Management

 

7.    Finance-International Finance and Investment Concentration 国际金融与投资

Cultivation Objectives

The students will be trained in advanced applied talents and reach higher management level mainly in the central banks, the multinational banks, the transnational investment banks, the fund organizations, the insurance companies, the financial sector in large industrial companies, the finance consultancy firms as well as the relevant management departments. Most graduates are mainly engaged in the positions of analysis, judgment and decision on investment or financing, mastering the international financial markets, research and judgment on relevant government financial policies, advanced financial management and etc.

 

Core Courses (21 credits)

Intermediate Microeconomics Intermediate Macroeconomics Econometrics

Finance

Investment

Corporate Finance

International Monetary Economics

 

Elective Courses (8 credits)

Financial Derivatives

Game Theory

International Finance

Financial Risk Management

Doing Business in China

Topics on Chinese Economy

Comparing Financial System

Commercial Bank Management

Chinese Financial System 

Private Equity & Venture Capital

China’s Economics & Business System

Marketing in China

Cross-Culture Management

Topics in Chinese Business Laws

Directed Research

 

Directed Research project (6 credits)

 

FREE

Chinese Mandarin Courses (Non-credit)

General Outline of China

 

Degree Granted

Master of Economics degree in Finance

 

8.    International Master of Public Administration国际公共管理硕士项目

Cultivation Objectives

The IMPA program is a two-year English degree program offered by the School of Public Administration (SPA) at University of International Business and Economics. Master of Business Management with Government is designed especially for international applicants who need to or expect to work on jobs related to handle the intricate relationship between government and business from the global perspective. It combines a broad-based business management theory and skills with a theory-driven practice element of government and public policy to enhance your better understanding of governmental interaction with business and problem-solving capability from both perspectives of government and business.

The program will help students to study and understand theory and skills on the elaborate relationship between government and business from the interdisciplinary backgrounds such as public policy and public management, business management and economics and it will prepare students to be leaders, managers, and analysts in the professions of public affairs, business management and public policy and make students easy to shift work between government sectors and nonprofit and for-profit organizations.

Core Courses (24 credits)

Public Economics 

Analysis of Public Policy

Research Methods for Social Science

Public Organization and Management

Chinese Political System and Government Management

Business and Government in Global Marketplace

Strategic Management of International Businesses

The Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector

 

Field Courses (2credits)

 

Directed Research project (4 credits)

 

Elective Courses (12credits)

Degree Granted

Master of Management

 

 

PHD program for four years’ study offered in English

1.      International Economics 国际经济

 Cultivation Objectives

This program is designed to train graduates as senior researchers in international economics who are equipped with global view, innovative spirits, solid field-knowledge, and skills of multicultural communication, especially between the home country of the student and China. Graduates usually set their career goal to be college professors, senior experts in research institutions, consultants in world organizations and government bureaus.

Core Courses

Microeconomic Theory 

Macroeconomic Theory

Advanced Econometrics

Mathematical Economics

Research Methodology

Primary Field Courses

International Trade Theory

Empirical Studies in International Trade

Directed Readings in International Trade

Secondary Field Courses

Finance

Development Economics

Industrial Organization

Chinese Economy

Degree Granted

Ph.D. of Economics

2.      Business Management 企业管理

Cultivation Objectives

The International PhD Program in Business Administration at UIBE Business School prepares candidates for research and teaching careers at leading educational institutions and for careers where advanced research and analytical capabilities are required. This program places major emphasis on independent inquiry, on the development of competence in research methodology, and on the communication of research results. Knowledge creation and discovery are the heart of this doctoral program. Candidates learn to become researchers by doing research, with the support of and collaboration with distinguished experts in the field.

Core Courses

Research Methodology

Management Theory

Topics in Financial Analysis and Accounting Theory

Topics in Organization and Corporate Governance

Topics in International Business

(For students specialized in International Business)

Topics in Marketing Theory

(For students specialized in International Marketing)

Degree Granted

Ph.D.in Management

 

3.      Law 国际法学

Cultivation Objectives

Generally, to cultivate high-quality international legal talents in teaching, public services and international practice of law, with their advanced knowledge and critical understanding of Chinese law, and their capability of deepening scholarship or tackling complex legal issues accordingly in commercial and economic fields.

Specifically, to advance students’ research methodologies and strategies, to enable them to comprehend and evaluate the theories and principles in selected research areas, to critically but creatively analyze the practice in these areas, and to create, deploy or defend an argument in writing or orally.

Core Courses

Courses on Comparative Legal Studies

National Legal Systems

Constitutional & Administrative Law

Civil Law

Commercial/Business Law

Economic Law

Dispute Settlement

Courses on International Legal Studies

International Law in General

International Business/Commercial Law

International Economic Law

Degree Granted

Ph.D. of Law

 

4.      Finance 金融学

Cultivation Objectives

This program is designed to train graduates as senior researchers in finance who are equipped with global view, innovative spirits, solid field-knowledge, and skills of multicultural communication, especially between the home country of the student and China. Graduates usually set their career goal to be college professors, senior experts in research institutions, consultants in world organizations and government bureaus.

Core Courses

Microeconomic Theory 

Macroeconomic Theory

Advanced Econometrics

Mathematical Economics

Research Methodology

 

Primary Field Courses

 

Financial Economics

Empirical Finance

Financial Econometrics

 

Secondary Field Courses

 

International Economics

Development Economics

Industrial Organization

Chinese Economy

 

Degree Granted

Ph.D. of Economics in Finance

 

5.      Industrial Economics 产业经济学

Cultivation Objectives

This program is designed to train graduates as senior researchers in industrial economics who are equipped with global view, innovative spirits, solid field-knowledge, and skills of multicultural communication, especially between the home country of the student and China. Graduates usually set their career goal to be college professors, senior experts in research institutions, consultants in world organizations and government bureaus.

Core Courses

Microeconomic Theory 

Macroeconomic Theory

Advanced Econometrics

Mathematical Economics

Research Methodology

 

Primary Field Courses

 

Contract Theory

Game Theory

Directed Readings in Industrial Organization

 

Secondary Field Courses

 

International Economics

Development Economics

Finance

Chinese Economy

 

Degree Granted

Ph.D. of Economics in Industrial Economics

 

Academic structure

Academic structure: The detailed schedule for 2017 Fall Semester:

Fall semester: early September - the end of December (14 weeks)

Spring Semester: late February - the end of May (14 weeks)

Interterm: early June - mid July (a total of six weeks, including two weeks of business visits)

 

Admission requirements, Application period, Application materials and Registration Time

1.    Admission Requirements:

1)     Applicants participated in this program are required to be officials of division level and above with a bachelor's degree (or equivalent qualification) or Middle and senior management staff who engaged in the domestic operation or management and international economic cooperation.

2)     Under the age of 45 with at least three years working experience.

3)     Non-native English speaking Applicants must have English proficiency equivalent to IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL (IBT) 86 and above level.

4)     Applicants must be healthy and must not have any disease or situation listed below:

a)  Diseases prohibited by Chinese Entry-Exit Inspection and Quarantine Laws and Regulations

b)  Other severe chronic diseases like high blood pressure, cardio-cerebrovascular disease, diabetes; psychological diseases; or other infectious diseases which may harm public health

c)  In recovery period after major surgery or acute disease attacks

d)  Severe physically challenged

e)  Pregnancy

5)     Applicants are not allowed to bring spouse or any relative and friend during the study in China;

6)     Only applicants recommended by the Embassy of the People’s Republic of China will be considered and admitted.

 

2. Application Period

2017 Fall Semester: April 1 – August 30

l  Applicants shall make online application at http://laihua.csc.edu.cn(Choose Program Category Type A and the Agency No. of UIBE: 00010) 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 listed below to the ECCO office of Chinese Embassy in your country.

 

3. Application Materials

Documents can be prepared in either Chinese or English. The application materials will not be returned to candidates whether they are accepted or not.

 

l UIBE application form (Apply online, print out with signature)

l Application form for Chinese Government Scholarship (Apply online, print out with signature)

l A copy of highest diploma and transcripts

l Study plan in China within 1500 words

l CV in English

l Two Recommendation letters in English or Chinese(The referees can be professors or government officials from central or local government authorities)

l A copy of candidate’s passport or other identification

l Two recent passport photos, white background, no hat

l A copy of TOEFL 86 above or IELTS 6.0 above or official letter of English proficiency, or passing the telephone test by UIBE faculty

 

4. Registration Time: For the time of registration and course opening, please refer to UIBE website (www.uibe.cn).

 

5. Contact us:

 

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

No.10, Huixin Dongjie, Chaoyang District, Beijing, China

Post Code: 100029

Tel: 86-106449-2329 / 6449-5563

Fax: 86-106449-3820

Email: sie@uibe.edu.cn  uibescholarship@163.com

Website: http://www.uibe.cn

 

School of International Education,University of International Business and Economics

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

Email: sie@uibe.edu.cn     Tel: (86-10) 6449-2327 / 6449-2329     Fax: (86-10) 6449-3820