CUHK Business School and the Darla Moore School of Business at the University of South Carolina (USC) are together offering a concentration for undergraduate students interested in pursuing careers in international business with an emphasis on China and the United States.
The International Business and Chinese Enterprise (IBCE) Concentration builds on the unparalleled access that CUHK offers to China and Asia, the strong Chinese language programmes available there, and the outstanding professors and curriculum of the Business School. The Darla Moore School of Business at USC brings to its alliance its recognized excellence in international business and its facility for developing innovative academic programmes, as well as its location in a region markedly integrated with the global economy.
Students from the two business schools will share a number of courses and experiences together. They will have abundant opportunities to create and sustain cross-cultural relationships with classmates and professors in Hong Kong and the United States. Additionally, through coursework, internships, study trips and travel, they will be able to personally experience the impact of culture on business practices.
CUHK accepts application to the IBCE Concentration (JUPAS code: 4288) starting from 2010-2011, with a limited admission quota of 20.