Postgraduate Programmes

MSc International Business Management

Over the last 20 years China’s development has been fuelled by the rapid growth of its economy and international business links. The increasing number of multinational companies entering the China market, coupled with the growth of foreign investment, means there is a real demand for managers with knowledge of both Chinese and Western business practices. Global companies are looking for employees who have experience of China and who understand the Chinese business environment, conventions and language.

Formal teaching sessions are complemented by research and real-life work experience in an international business environment.

This programme three stages: teaching, research and internship, or professional affiliation. Initially, students take a number of compulsory modules to be able to develop and understand conceptual lenses in management and organizational studies. Then, the student has the opportunity to choose from a range of specialist modules.

In the second stage, the student develops research skills through specifically designed research method modules, seminars, and supervisor’s intensive engagement. The student also has the opportunity to interact with visiting professors and students from our partners abroad.

In the third stage, the student has the opportunity to apply knowledge to practice in the industry. The student develops affiliation with the business environment through the internet, either in China, abroad, or both.

On graduation you will have the knowledge, international perspective, skills and experience required to join a multi-national organisation. You will also be equipped for a career of life-long learning and professional development.

WHAT WILL I STUDY?

Modules will include:

  • Profile of China
  • Leadership and organisational effectiveness
  • Marketing Management
  • Chinese Economics and political regime
  • Business ethics and social responsibility.

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KEY COURSE FACTS

  • Start Date: September 2017
  • Course Length: 2.5 years (tuition fees are only for 2 years)
  • English Language Entry Requirement: IELTS: 6.0 or equivalent. Applicants with IELTS below 5.5 can enrol on a pre-sessional English course prior to commencing their studies.

Academic Requirement

Successful completion of an undergraduate degree with good grades. Students should have a minimum GPS of 2.5. Students who have at least a year of relevant work experience will be considered with a GPA of 2.3 or higher. Students are also required to provide a personal statement, along with recommendation letters from two professors or associate professors

MSc Hospitality and Tourism Management

China is expected to be one of the world's top tourism destinations by 2020. The Hospitality and Tourism degree is designed especially for international students who have an interest in studying tourism in the context of China.

Study a postgraduate degree at Dongbei University of Finance and Economics, Dalian. The Master's programme allows students to study for an internationally recognised degree qualification at a top-ranked finance, banking and economics university.

Hospitality and Tourism Management degrees are taught in English and administered by GIME. This school outperforms the sector average on all undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, including those for international students.

WHAT WILL I STUDY?

Modules will include:

  • Business Chinese
  • Tourism Foundations
  • Tourism issues and trends
  • Tourism Destinations
  • Sustainable Tourism

For full module list please click here

KEY COURSE FACTS

  • Start Date: September 2017
  • Course Length: 2.5 years (tuition fees are only for 2 years)
  • English Language Entry Requirement: IELTS: 6.0 or equivalent. Applicants with IELTS below 5.5 can enrol on a pre-sessional English course prior to commencing their studies.

Academic Requirement:

Successful completion of an undergraduate degree with good grades. Students should have a minimum GPS of 2.5. Students who have at least a year of relevant work experience will be considered with a GPA of 2.3 or higher. Students are also required to provide a personal statement, along with recommendation letters from two professors or associate professors.

MSc International Trade and Chinese Studies

As the second largest economy and biggest exporter in the world, China’s importance as a strategic market will only increase, and Dalian as a major hub will become increasingly important for global investors. Organisations will be looking to employ those with knowledge and experience of China, and how it operates with the rest of the world.

This degree provides students with the opportunity to a develop strategic business outlook and to enhance their business and personal skills in a global context. Students also gain an understanding of Chinese business culture and language. The programme will develop your ability to think strategically, to communicate effectively and to implement complex business projects, ranging from new product development to mergers and acquisitions.

Throughout the course you will be required to apply your new knowledge and understanding of relevant theories to a variety of business case studies.

WHAT WILL I STUDY?

Modules will include:

  • International trade theory and policy
  • Contemporary China
  • China’s foreign-related economic laws and regulations
  • Business Chinese

For full module list please click here

KEY COURSE FACTS

  • Start Date: September 2017
  • Course Length: 2.5 years (tuition fees are only for 2 years)
  • English Language Entry Requirement: IELTS: 6.0 or equivalent. Applicants with IELTS below 5.5 can enrol on a pre-sessional English course prior to commencing their studies.

Academic Requirement

Successful completion of an undergraduate degree with good grades. Students should have a minimum GPS of 2.5. Students who have at least a year of relevant work experience will be considered with a GPA of 2.3 or higher. Students are also required to provide a personal statement, along with recommendation letters from two professors or associate professors.