Beijing University of Technology

Beijing University of Technology

Contemporary Chinese Business and Culture

Non Degree
BASIC INFORMATION
STARTING DATE
: March, 2020
DURATION
: 4 Weeks
TEACHING LANGUAGE
: English
APPLICATION DEADLINE
: December, 2019
TUITION FEE
: RMB 4,150
APPLICATION FEE
: RMB 400-800
SERVICE FEE
: FREE
CONTACT US FOR ANY QUESTION
TELP
: 031. 7315566
EMAIL
: QUESTION@GREATWALL.ID

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS

 

· Language of Instruction: English

· School Dates

1. Summer program: July—August

2. Winter program: January—February

· Application Fee: 415 Yuan

· Tuition Fee: 4,150 yuan

· Way of Payment

1. Groups

Groups are welcome to remit all the fees to the university bank account before arrival.

Account Name

Beijing University of Technology

Account No.

0200003709089028526

Bank of Open Account

Industrial and Commercial Bank of China

Guangqulu Branch

Chao Yang District

Beijing, China

SWIFT number

ICBKCNBJBJM

2. Individuals

For individual participants, cash payment at university registration is preferred.

· Brief Introduction

The 4-week English taught program aims to cater for international students from all different backgrounds with its focus on Chinese business environment, management and related business laws alongside with Chinese culture and spoken Chinese.

The program is held during every summer and winter vacation. For detailed dates, please visit our website.

※ Please note that we offer flexible program dates for a group of 10 or above.  

· Course and Credit

 

Courses

Teaching Hours

(1TH=45 min)

ETCS

1

The Business Environment in China

16

1

2

The Legal Dimensions of the Chinese Business World

16

1

3

The Business Management in China

16

1

4

The Chinese Culture

16

1

5

Communicative Chinese

16

1

6

A Taste of Chinese Culture

 

1

· Courses Introduction

1. The Business Environment in China

This course introduces political,social,economic cultural and historical factors which influence the manner in which business is conducted within China. The impact of Maoist, Dengist and contemporary politicians’ policies are discussed. Greatest emphasis is placed on the contemporary developments and

changes in China’s business practices.  

2. The Legal Dimensions of Chinese Business World

This course introduces the legal context for doing business in China. The course deals with relevant legal institutions and substantive laws, with an emphasis on business law, which relates to constitutional law and government structure, civil and economic law, intellectual property law, financial and commercial markets,contract law and taxation, etc.

3. The Business Management in China  

This is an executive-level management course illustrated by examples specific to China. Topics include comparative management, strategic choice and others that may affect Chinese business behaviors and practices with a purpose to provide international students with a framework for understanding Chinese business world.

4. The Chinese Culture

This course includes five sections: Chinese Geography and Population, Chinese History, Chinese Traditional Philosophy, Chinese Education, and Chinese Customs. It is designed to provide some background knowledge for understanding the contemporary social and economic development of China.

(1) Communicative Chinese

Survival spoken Chinese is the main content and the class starts with Chinese phonetics, tones, basic words, grammar and sentence structure. Students will be able to talk about everyday activities.  The topic includes self-introduction, greetings, shopping, directions, hobbies, etc.

(2) A Taste of Chinese Culture

Diversified cultural activities are organized during the program, such as visit to the Forbidden City, Tian’anmen Square, National Center for the Performing Arts and Qianmen; visit to the Great wall; visit to the Summer Palace; visit to the Temple of Heaven, etc. Apart from that, students will have opportunity to watch two Chinese cultural performances such as Peking Opera and acrobatics. In addition, Students will have chances to experience Chinese calligraphy and the famous Chinese Taiji.

  • 1. Applicant must be a non-Chinese resident, holding a valid foreign passportor international identity certificate.
  • 2. Applicant should be in good mental and physical condition.
  • 3. Applicant should be over 18 years old.
  • 4. Applicant should have sufficient financial capability for working and living in China. 
Tuition Fee
Non-degree RMB 4,150 in total (About $ 765)
Accommodation Fee
International Students Dormitory
Double Room RMB 30 to RMB 240
Other Fees
Application Fee USD 80 to USD 95
Service Fee USD 50
Living Expense RMB 2,200 to RMB 2,800