About the program: With relevant theories and up-to-date practical applications, the programme aims to equip students with systematic knowledge of business practices and the ability to analyze changes in government policies and regulations that affect business operations in China. Graduates of the programme should be able to evaluate developments in the Chinese business environment, and their impact on both domestic and foreign business organizations; identify and analyze ethical issues related to doing business in China; evaluate and be able to communicate the impact of culture on business and management practice, with particular emphasis on Sino-foreign business activities; and demonstrate a basic understanding of Chinese language.

Who can apply: The Hinrich Foundation encourage bright motivated Global Sources team members with a keen interest in international trade to apply for our comprehensive scholarship, skills training and career development opportunity. Applicants must have an undergraduate degree in a relevant subject. They must be fluent in English and able to meet all academic, entrance and other requirements of the university.