University of Texas El Paso: China - MBA Doing Business in China, Hosted by the Asia Institute

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This program introduces China from the perspective of the developing business landscape. Visits include publicly listed former state-owned enterprises, publicly listed private companies, and successful private companies on the verge of going publi... read more

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A student studying abroad with University of Texas El Paso: China - MBA Doing Business in China, Hosted by the Asia Institute
I learned of China's culture, which I think is beautiful. Guanxi is something I learned in this program and I've been incorporating it into my life. - University of Texas - El Paso / UTEP View Entire Review
I gained a better knowledge of well-known corporations and how they strive to be where they are at. I learned more about the Chinese culture and traditions - University of Texas - El Paso / UTEP View Entire Review
I learned a tremendous amount about Chinese culture that you just never see in Texas. I'm so appreciative that I was able to experience Chinese life in both Beijing and Shanghai. I found nothing but friendly locals and interesting experiences at every corner. I'd visit again in a heartbeat. - University of Texas - El Paso / UTEP View Entire Review
It is very interesting to observe other cultures, it helps you to expand your mind. - University of Texas - El Paso / UTEP View Entire Review
A student studying abroad with University of Texas El Paso: China - MBA Doing Business in China, Hosted by Asia Institute
I gained a greater appreciation for the country I live in but also a deeper understanding of another culture and government system. It was absolutely worthwhile, both personally and professionally. Gaining an understanding of different systems will not assist me as a business professional but as a human being. - University of Texas - El Paso / UTEP View Entire Review
A student studying abroad with University of Texas El Paso: China - MBA Doing Business in China, Hosted by the Asia Institute
I learned that some of the problems facing the United States can also be found in China and that there is more that unites us than separates us. - University of Texas - El Paso / UTEP View Entire Review
Daily learning experiences received through the different visits where not only essential to provide an overview of different growing industries within China, but offered a valuable cultural background as well. The whole experience was worth it. - University of Texas - El Paso / UTEP View Entire Review
This trip truly opened up my eyes to the possibility of living and working abroad. It was wonderful to see and experience so many things that many people just read about in books. I truly will never forget this trip as I learned so much about the culture and business environment of two very different Chines cities. - University of Texas - El Paso / UTEP View Entire Review
This experience was extremely valuable. I had never been abroad before traveling to China and the Asian Institute made it extremely easy to adjust. They were very welcoming and helpful throughout the entire program which was especially appreciated when I ended up with an injury and they were a great help.This trip was completely... - University of Texas - El Paso / UTEP View Entire Review

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This program introduces China from the perspective of the developing business landscape. Visits include publicly listed former state-owned enterprises, publicly listed private companies, and successful private companies on the verge of going public. During the visits, executives will discuss the history of their companies, the corporate structure and governance, and their business operations. In addition, participants will also visit a university and meet with peer MBA students.

This program is hosted by the Asia Institute. Over the past ten years, the Asia Institute has become a leading host partner for many educational institutions supporting short-term programs in Asia. More information about the Asia Institute can be found at www.asiainstitute.org.

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Study Abroad
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