Business Study Abroad in China

China is the second-largest economy and the biggest market in the world with more than 1.3 billion population. It is increasingly becoming attractive destination to do business for foreigners. The proposed itinerary is designed to provide the participants with a basic understanding of China’s economy and business climate through visiting companies, meeting with business leaders from a variety of backgrounds and having lectures at China’s key universities. It also offers a learning experience for participants to research the opportunities and challenges faced by businesses currently working with China. At the same time, participants will have chances to become totally immersed in Chinese culture and long history.
Day 1
Arrive in Beijing and check in the hotel.
Day 2
Have a lecture by Chinese professor at Dongling School of Economics and Management, University of Science and Technology. Visit Tiananmen Square and Forbidden City - the imperial palace during the Ming and Qing dynasties. Enjoy Peking roast duck dinner in the evening.
Day 3
Visit New Energy Automobile Co., Ltd. Beijing Automotive and YaBeiLi Clothing Co.
Option: Peking Opera in the evening
Day 4
Visit Lenovo China in the morning. Tour Summer Palace - the best preserved and the second largest royal garden in China. Meet with a high-level company manager from state-owned business OR multinational corporation.
Day 5
Visit one section of Great Wall - the most magnificent man-made defense structures in the world, in the morning. Take an afternoon flight to Xian – the starting point of the Silk Road and home to the Terracotta Army of Emperor Qin Shi Huang.
Day 6
Visit Shaanxi Weihe Electrical Power Co.Ltd in the morning. Have a lecture by Chinese professor at Xian International Studies University and have a gala with peer of Chinese students
Day 7
Visit Emperor Qinshihuang Mausoleum Site Museum – famous for the Terracotta Warriors and Horses, City Wall - the best preserved, oldest and largest ancient city defense system in China, Grand Mosque - a large ancient architectural complex featuring the Chinese palace style with a long history, and Muslim quarter
Day 8
Fly to Shanghai from Xian in the morning. Visit Shanghai Museum – one of the best museums in China, and the Bund – the symbol of Shanghai.  Option: watch acrobatic show in the evening
Day 9
Visit Shanghai Volkswagen and ToToLe Food Co., Ltd. Have a Chinese cooking class at Totole. The chef will teach you how to cook Chinese dishes.
Day 10
Visit Bao Steel in the morning. Tour Yu Yuan Garden - one of the most lavish and finest Chinese gardens in Shanghai and Pudong financial area.
Day 11
Tour Zhujiajiao Water Town - known as the “ Venice in Shanghai ”, it is a well-preserved waterside ancient town, in the morning and have free time for the rest day to explore the beauty of Shanghai or go shopping on your own.

Day 12


Bus to the Pudong International Airport and fly to your next destination.

Beijing New Energy Automotive Company: is a subsidiary of Beijing Automotive Industry Holdings Co (BAIC), China's major carmaker. It is responsible for the R&D, manufacture and sales of key auto parts, electric cars, hybrid cars and charging systems. 
Beijing Yabei Li Garments Co., Ltd. It has mainly designed & sold its own brand’s garments. In recent years, the company has carried on independent research, development and designed, produced and sold women’s dress, men’s dress, scarves, ties etc. series products according to market demand and customer needs.
Lenovo: is a Chinese multinational technology firm with headquarters in Beijing and Morrisville, US. In 2012 Lenovo was the world's second-largest personal computer vendor by unit sales.
Bao Steel: One of the oldest and biggest Chinese steel companies, owned by the government but has been reformed and introduced a lot of advance management.
Shanghai Volkswagen: was one of the first joint ventures to be set up as China opened its economy. Today the joint venture has the largest and most modern car manufacturing capabilities in China.
Shanghai Totole Food Co.,Ltd: Based on the belief of "bringing more palatable taste to the 1.3 billion people", Totole has a complete line of independent research and development and design. From raw material selection, processing, high temperature sterilization and automatic packaging, all processes have reached international advanced level, ensuring that Totole products have a good taste.
   This proposed itinerary is tentative and subject to change.  If you need any more information or want  to organize such kind of trip, please feel free to contact us:

Previous some university & company cooperated
Tsinghua University: It was founded in 1911. It is one of the most prestigious institutions in China for nurturing talented students and promoting advanced scientific research.
University of Science and Technology Beijing: It was founded in 1952. It is renowned for its study of metallurgy and materials science and one of the most influential key national universities in China.
The University of International Business and Economics: It was founded in 1951, is a multi-disciplinary and national key university with economics, management, law and literature as its core academic areas of expertise.
Xi'an Jiaotong University: Founded in Shanghai in 1896, a national key university and one of the country's oldest institutions of higher learning.
Xian International Studies University: Founded in 1952, it is a highly recognized foreign studies university, with a salient focus on Literature, Economics, Management, Law, Education, Science and Art.
Donghua University: Founded in Shanghai in 1951. It is one of the state-key universities. Its feature disciplines, such as Fashion Design, Textile Engineering, International Trade, Material Science, and Information Technology have received high reputation both domestically and abroad.
East China University of Science and Technology: Founded in Shanghai in 1952. It is a dynamic and prominent research-intensive university with high teaching quality
Guangxi Normal University: Founded in 1932, is a provincial key comprehensive university. It is located in the City of Guilin world renowned for its unique beauty of mountains and rivers.
Sichuan University: Located in downtown Chengdu. It is identified as a key high-level comprehensive research university in China.
Sun Yat-sen University: Founded in Canton in 1924 by Dr. Sun Yat-sen. Being one of the leading universities in China, it is a comprehensive multi-disciplinary university.
Yunnan Normal University: Established in Kunming in 1938. It is a key university of Yunnan Province, with a long history and a great tradition.
Xinjiang Normal University: Founded in Urumqi in 1978. As a key University of the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, it is famous for its pedagogical and comprehensive education, ethnic diversity and regional distinctivenes

Lenovo: is a Chinese multinational technology firm with headquarters in Beijing and Morrisville, US. In 2012 Lenovo was the world's second-largest personal computer vendor by unit sales.
Beijing Jeep Corporation: the first and largest light off-road automotive manufacturing joint venture in China which is cooperated by Beijing Automobile Industry Corporation, DaimlerChrysler Corporation and DaimlerChrysler China Invest Corporation.
Airbus Tianjin: Airbus’ A320 Final Assembly Line in Tianjin, China was the first facility ot its kind outside of Europe.
Tianjin Port: is the largest port in Northern China and the main maritime gateway to Beijing. It is the world's fourth largest port by throughput tonnage, and the tenth in container throughput.
Coca-Cola: the first U.S. Company to distribute its products in China after reform and open up policy taken in 1979. Today, Coca-Cola has an ownership stake in 24 bottling joint-ventures and generates sales of $1.2B in China.
Mengniu Dairy Group: It manufactures and distributes quality dairy products in China and one of the leading dairy product manufacturers in China
Shanghai General Motors Co. Ltd.: (Shanghai GM) is a joint venture between GM and Shanghai Automotive Industry Corp. Group, a leading passenger car manufacturer in China.
Bao Steel Factory: One of the oldest and biggest Chinese steel companies, owned by the government but has been reformed and introduced a lot of advance management.
HuaRi Furniture: is one of the largest wooden furniture manufacturers in China. Huari Furniture has become the most renowned and reliable supplier and manufacturer of wood furniture in China.
Yanjing Brewery: is one of the largest breweries in Asia. At present, Yanjing beer covers a market share of more than 11% nationwide, including 50% of the market share in North China.
Beijing Gaobeidian Wastewater Treatment Plant: is currently the largest wastewater treatment plant in China. It processes about 40% of Beijing Municipality’s total wastewater volume and features primary and secondary treatment, methane gas utilization and sludge processing facilities.
Shanghai Volkswagen: was one of the first joint ventures to be set up as China opened its economy. Today the joint venture has the largest and most modern car manufacturing capabilities in China.
Procter and Gamble: One of the biggest consumer products company, P&G has almost 150 distribution centers in China.
Hong Kong stock exchange: an important stock market in Asia.
Tong Ren Tang: the oldest and biggest Chinese medicine and herb company, and has grown rapidly in China and in the world.
Xian Tech Full Simo Motor Co.,Ltd: is a collection of motor design and manufacturing, electrical control, mechanical processing, mold, casting, transportation automation of complete sets of engineering for the integration of the systematic dynamic system provider.
Exxon Mobile: is the world’s largest publicly traded international oil and gas company. It’s the world’s largest refiner and marketer of petroleum products.
Tebian Electric Apparatus Stock Co.,Ltd: is the first company in Chinese transformer production industry to go public, the backbone corporation in China’s national important and large equipment manufacturing industry.

China has experienced a remarkable period of rapid growth spanning three decades, shifting from a centrally planned to a market based economy with reforms that began in 1978. It is the world's second largest and fastest-growing major economy, with growth rates averaging 10% over the past 30 years. China is also the largest exporter and second largest importer of goods in the world. The provinces in the coastal regions of China tend to be more industrialized, while regions in the hinterland are less developed. As China's economic importance has grown, so has attention to the structure and health of that economy.

The two most important sectors of the economy have traditionally been agriculture and industry, which together employ more than 70 percent of the labor force and produce more than 60 percent of GDP. The two sectors differ greatly in many respects. Technology, labor productivity, and incomes have advanced much more rapidly in industry than in agriculture. Agricultural output has been vulnerable to the effects of weather, while industry has been more directly influenced by the government. The disparities between the two sectors have combined to form an economic-cultural-social gap between the rural and urban areas. China is the world's largest producer of rice and is among the principal sources of wheat, corn (maize), tobacco, soybeans, peanuts and cotton. The country is one of the world's largest producers of a number of industrial and mineral products, including cotton cloth, tungsten, and antimony, and is an important producer of cotton yarn, coal, crude oil, and a number of other products. Its mineral resources are probably among the richest in the world but are only partially developed.

China has acquired highly sophisticated foreign production facilities and through "localization policies" also built a number of advanced engineering plants capable of manufacturing an increasing range of sophisticated equipment, including nuclear weapons and satellites, but most of its industrial output still comes from relatively ill-equipped factories. The technological level and quality standards of its industry as a whole are still lag far behind developed countries, notwithstanding a marked change since 2000, spurred in part by foreign investment.







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