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Global Business Studies

 

A global perspective is increasingly important as Chinese businesses take more active roles in foreign markets and as foreign companies tailor their strategies to changing international dynamics. The Global BSC oers three distinct streams that nurture students' interest and ability to function eectively in our integrated yet diverse world.

 

This programme provides three streams as follows:
• Global Business Management
• Global Supply Chain and Logistics Management
• Global Business and Innovation

 

 

Global Business Management (Global BM)
Global BM gives students a managerial, organizational,human-centered, strategic perspective on global business. It focuses on developing qualitative, analytical and communication skills of students, gives students exibility to select elective courses, and allow them to be self-directed. Although there are no requirements to study abroad, students are encouraged to select from a wide variety of SME's exchange programs to learn about business management in foreign environments first-hand.
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Global Supply Chain and Logistics Management (Global SCLM)
Global SCLM is a program jointly run by three partner universities:CUHK-Shenzhen, the University of British Columbia and Copenhagen Business School. Each cohort of up to 45 students (15 from each partner university), will spend three terms studying together in Denmark, Canada and China. This experience will teach students foreign cultures and global business practices, while building an international network of elite peers. Global SCLM focuses on flows of physical, human, informational and financial resources that are critical to today's global business, combining qualitative with rigorous quantitative analysis.
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Global Business and Innovation (Global BI)
Global BI is a program jointly run by three partner universities:CUHK-Shenzhen, the Darla Moore School of Business of the University of South Carolina and the University of Auckland. Each cohort of up to 30 students (10 from each partner university) will spend three academic terms studying together in the USA, China and New Zealand. This experience will teach students foreign cultures and global business practices while building an international network of elite peers. Global BI focuses on entrepreneurship and innovation. At each partner school students will develop, within groups, plans to create value through innovation in goods, services and business models.
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SME study scheme may have slight changes, please refer to the most updated version.