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  • Monumental capital of modern China
  • The Forbidden City, largest and best-preserved cluster of ancient buildings in China
  • Host to the 2008 Olympics
  • Major commercial hub of China
Dates
  • May 16-28, 2010
Program Organization
  • Short-term Summer Program housed at the prestigious Guanghua School of Mangement at Peking University
  • 100 U.S. Students
Academic Program
  • 3-credit Modular course covering: Economic and Political Environment in China; Chinese Organizational Culture and HR mangement; Marketing in China; Multinational Companies' Strategy in China
  • Case discussion and debates to engage student participation
  • Interaction with local students gives a chance to get a broad picture of China
  • Basic Mandarin course helps students to navigate during their stay in Beijing
  • Three company visits with transportation provided
  • Cultural events: Great Wall, Summer Palace and Forbidden City, Hutong Trip, Beijing Night Show and Olympic Facilities Tour

Course Load

  • 3 IU Credits: BUS-D 496
Housing
  • Hotel near Peking University
Additional Program Information
Eligibility

You may apply if you

  • are a student at any Indiana University who is making normal academic progress,
  • are in at least your second full-time semester of college, and
  • have approximately a 3.0 cumulative GPA.
  • are an admitted Kelley School of Business or LAMP student

No Chinese language required. 

Complete eligibility criteria and selection criteria are outlined within the Academic Policies and Procedures of the Office of Overseas Study. Selection is based on maturity, seriousness of purpose, and appropriateness of match between program and applicant. Students on disciplinary probation during program period are not eligible.  

Financial Aid
How to Apply for this Program

Application Deadline

  • Summer 2010: February 1, 2010

IU committee screens applications; final approval from Peking University.

Notification of application status sent electronically within 4 weeks of application deadline.

Estimated Costs

Summer 2010

  • Fee paid to IU: $309 (administrative fees, health insurance premium)
  • Tuition and fees paid to Peking University: $3,366* (tuition, breakfasts and daily tea breaks, cultural excursions and company visits, and all texts and readings)
  • Additional meals: $150 - $200
  • See IU Fee Sheet for additional cost and payment details.

*will fluctuate with the exchange rate at the time of billing.

Airfare, personal expenses and vacation travel additional.