The globalisation of the world economy and the increase in competition among businesses has created a need for highly skilled economists able to work in complex business environments.
More and more companies are looking for employees to have experience of China, whether it is through employment, the development of language skills or academic studies. Nankai University's English-medium degree programmes allow students to study for an internationally recognised Master's degree qualification at a prestigious world-ranked Chinese university.
Whilst studying on the Master's degree students will experience first-class teaching, dedicated support from INTO China student services and full access to on-campus facilities.
What will I study?
The programmes are designed and delivered by top-class professors with international work and study experience and incorporate international business perspectives while bringing specific detailed focus on the growing Chinese economy.
This innovative Masters programme is designed to provide you with a general training in economics, while enabling specialisation in the areas of international business in relation to Chinas economy.
Why study in China?
In a rapidly-changing global economic environment, where it is increasingly important to understand the international perspective, a postgraduate degree gained outside your own country will be an invaluable asset on your CV.
The masterclasses delivered by leading professionals will enhance your knowledge of real life scenarios and ultimately contribute to your future employability and networking opportunities.
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The 2-year course will include studies into the following areas:
Compulsory modules - 3 credits
Optional modules - 2 credits
Optional modules continued
All classes will be taught in English, for core Chinese language modules there will be a variation of Chinese and English, for student benefit.
To provide an insight into what it is like working in China the course incorporates a series of master classes from professionals, who have many years experience of working with in China and with Chinese companies.
Academic requirements:Bachelor's degree or equivalent and have previously studied one or more Economics-related module English requirements:IELTS 6.0 or equivalentOther requirements: Prior to being accepted onto the Masters programme all students will be interviewed. For applicants outside of China this interview will be conducted remotely using Skype or an alternative conference call facility.Age21 years and above English Language Requirements IELTS band: 6