Southern Illinois University - Edwardsville (SIUE): Traveling - Business Program to China

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The SIUE School of Business Travel Study to China will include a visit to Shanghai, China’s largest city and global financial hub, where you will learn to be effective in the global business environment. You will also visit Beijing, the capital of... read more

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This trip was definitely worthwhile and I gained the understanding that people can be on the other side of the world and there are so many similarities. They still do the same daily activities as us, but you see them from a new point of view. This was a great experience and I will remember it for the rest of my life. - Southern Illinois University - Edwardsville View Entire Review
I understand the Chinese culture and business so much better by being there than I ever would have through a class or books. I learned alot about myself from being on the trip with people I did not know very well before we left for the trip. - Southern Illinois University - Edwardsville View Entire Review
Even though I have studied Chinese culture for many years, I realized how very little I actually knew. The real world will never be found, completely, in books. - Southern Illinois University - Edwardsville View Entire Review

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The SIUE School of Business Travel Study to China will include a visit to Shanghai, China’s largest city and global financial hub, where you will learn to be effective in the global business environment. You will also visit Beijing, the capital of China and experience the history of over 5 millennia, the culture, and modern life of this ancient city.  And finally, you will visit Xiamen and see one of the four original finance zones when China first opened trading.  Participating students will be enrolled in GBA 489 or MBA 595 for three credit hours.

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