Experience China

Students traveled with friends to Beijing, Xian, and Shanghai with the Business & Culture Travel Study Program from December 10-20 in 2011.  Students in all majors were welcome! Their credits counted as either general electives or part of Business Administration and HR major, management minor. Financial aid was available to eligible students.

Why China?

China is the most populated and third largest country in the world. It also has the fastest changing economy in the world.

Itinerary

Leave the U.S. for China Mar. 6, 2014.
Mar. 7
  Arrive in Beijing
Mar. 8
  Tiananmen Square, Forbidden City, Mao's Mausoleum, residential tour of hutongs by rickshaw, meet with local family, calligraphy class and Peking Duck Dinner
Mar. 9
  Company visit/business meeting (Hyundai tentative), Great Wall, Group dinner, Free time
Mar. 10
  The Temple of Heaven, 798 Art Zone (Russian manufacturing area), Flight to Chengdu

 

Mar. 11   Giant panda breeding research facility, Jinli Street, Broad Narrow Alley, tea at the People’s Park, Wal-Mart tour, Group dinner and free time
Mar. 12   Company visit/business meeting (Honeywell/3M tentative), tour of rural area with organic farm tour and cooking class, group dinner

 

Mar. 13   Flight to Shanghai, The Bund (former concessions area), Chinese markets, Huangpu River cruise at night
Mar. 14
   Company visit/business meeting (FastCo tentative), group lunch, Yu garden at the Old Quarter, silk company, Shanghai World Financial Center, Xintiandi (entertainment district), farewell dinner, free time
Mar. 15
  Maglev train to airport, flight back to U.S.

 

Cost

$4,689.81

Price Includes

•    4 Star-Hotel accommodations
•    All meals
•    Admission fees for sites/cultural visits
•    Chartered local transportation and tour guides
•    Company visits and meetings
•    All Flights - International & between Chinese cities
•    Visa
•    3 credit course tuition – BUSA 376
•    Insurance
•    *Scholarship money may be available