Duration: One semester or more
Begin: Early September (Fall semester),
Late February (Spring semester)
Class hours: From Monday to Friday, 29 class hours per week (1 class hour = 45 minutes)
Morning: From Monday to Friday, from 8:30 to 11:45
Afternoon: Monday-Tuesday 13:00-15:30, Thursday 13:00-16:15
Application Deadline: Jan 10th (Spring Semester), July 31st (Fall semester)
A. with Chinese proficiency of intermediate level, equivalent to HSK5
B. 16 years old and above with valid passport
This featured language program is designed for those who will or have already engaged in business career under Chinese-related background. We customize a series of courses to help you obtain a larger vocabulary and specialized knowledge of business purpose. Through this program, the students’ capabilities of listening, speaking, reading and writing centred around business Chinese’s proficiency would be greatly improved at the same time. The diverse classes fit the pragmatic needs and use for the students, who will learn appropriate and idiomatic expressions, as well as grasp practical communication skills in business surroundings.
|8:30-11:45||Intensive Reading||Intensive Reading||Business Writing||Intensive Reading||Weekly Test|
|13:15-14:45||Communication Skills||Business News Update||Global Business Talents Course(Optional in every fall semester)||Co-curricular Course|
Chinese undergraduate students from Business-related majors and international students in Business Chinese Language Program will take this course together. It is intended to promote the communication of language and culture between Chinese and international students, thus to expand their international business vision.
This course is an integration of lectures, forums, visits to companies and some other language practice. Many business-related topics in China and even the world will be discussed. The students can not only get some knowledge about business but also improve the cross-cultural communication competence.
This course contains the following parts:
1. The “Relationship” Philosophy in Chinese People Networking(English)
2. Case Studies on Enterprise Management (Chinese)
1. Medical Care System
2. Hot Economic Issues
Visits to companies
Pay visits to different types of companies, including state-owned enterprises, foreign enterprises, private enterprises, etc.
1. Debate on some hot topics about Chinese or international business, such as the Internet, entrepreneurship, etc.
2. Analyze a real case of different brands or companies from some specific perspectives.
The students are required to give a presentation or submit an essay for the final assessment. Those who can complete this course can be awarded the certificate of "Global Business Talents".
The application documents and application fee will not be returned no matter you are accepted or not.
Account Name: EAST CHINA NORMAL UNIVERSITY
Account No.: 446872907745
Bank Name: BANK OF CHINA SHANGHAI BRANCH
SWIFT Code.: BKCHCNBJ300
Address: 200 MID YINCHENG ROAD, PUDONG AREA, SHANGHAI, CHINA
Please indicate that the bill is for “Application Fee”and applicant’s passport name.
Add: Room 236 International Students Office, Physics Building, East China Normal University
Zip code: 200062
Tel: +86-21-62231997 +86-21-62233283
|Program||Application fee||Tuition fee||Textbook||Insurance||Total|
Room 253 International Students Office, Physics Building,
East China Normal University, 3663 North Zhongshan Road, Shanghai, China
Global Education Center
International Student Office