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.

Dec 10th-Leave US for China
Dec 11th-Arrive in Beijing
Dec 12th-Tiananmen Square, Forbidden City, Tao Temple, Mao's Mausoleum residential tour by rickshaw, meet with local family and Peking Duck Dinner.
Dec 13th-Company visit/business meeting 1, Summer Palace, Tea Ceremony, Free time
Dec 14th-Company visit/business meeting 2, Great Wall, Olympic Green (site of summer 2008 Olympics), Group dinner and free time.
Dec 15th-Flight to Xian, Ancient City Wall, Group dinner and free time.
Dec 16th-State-owned investment firm, Terra Cotta Warriors, Tang Dynasty Show & Dumpling Dinner.
Dec 17th-Flight to Shanghai, visit Old Shanghai Shopping and Entertainment district, Huangpu River cruise at night.
Dec 18th-fastCo Company visit, Shanghai World Financial Center, Wal-Mart Tour, Free Time
Dec 19th-Wanvog Furniture (Ashley), UNESCO World heritage garden, NO. 1 Silk Factory, Farewell dinner.
Dec 20th-Travel back to US

Price Includes:

  • 5 Star-Hotel accommodations
  • Most meals
  • Admission fees for sites/performances
  • Local transportation and tour guide
  • Company visits and meetings
  • Flights-International & between cities
  • Course tuition

For more information contact:
Dr. Kathryn J. Ready
Professor or Management and Chair,
Department of Business Administration

For Financial Aid Questions contact:
Dana Engel
International Programs
Maxwell 105