Why choose to study this program?
International Trade is one of the most competitive disciplines of UIBE and it has a history as long as this university. UIBE tops the list in International Trade specialty among China Universities. It is aimed to cultivate professionals with global vision and internationalization management skills, to teach students the basic skills required in international trade, internationalization operating management and the related policy research institutes.
Main Courses and Credits
International Trade is a discipline in the International Undergraduate Programs (IUP) offered by UIBE. All the students in IUP(Economics, Finance, Business Administration, Marketing) must take the general education curriculum and complete 54 credits of courses (36 compulsory, 18 elective and 8 for a practicum requirement) for their major field.
|Compulsory Courses||Credits||Elective Courses||Credits|
|Accounting||3||Selected Topics in WTO and China||2|
|Intermediate Microeconomics||3||Chinese Economy||2|
|Intermediate Macroeconomics||3||Corporate Finance||3|
|Statistical Methods in Economics and Business||3||Investment Analysis||2|
|Legal Studies||3||Principles of Marketing||3|
|Econometrics||3||Chinese Business Law||2|
|Research Seminars||2||Applied Econometrics||3|
|Applied International Economics||3||Advanced International Trade Theory and Policy||3|
|International Business Environment||2||Financial Markets||3|
|International Transportation and Logistics||3||Principles of Management||2|
|International Trade Practice||3||Transnational Management||2|
|International Trade and Environment||3|
Internship and Career Development
- The university provides career advisory service for all the students.
- School of International Education constantly announces the internship or employment news from international and domestic celebrated companies for international students.
- International Trade graduates in UIBE mainly work in banks, multinational corporations, commercial agencies stationed abroad etc.
In the fourth year of their study, students must complete a thesis related to their major to meet the graduation requirements. The length of the thesis should be around 8000 words. The thesis is a milestone assessment on the intended level of achievement both in the major and the general learning outcomes by the students. Specifically, students, must demonstrate the ability to apply their learning to complex, unscripted problems in the context of their advanced studies, the mastery of the skills required for their disciplines as well as essential learning outcomes including the breadth and the depth of their knowledge, critical and creative thinking, problem solving, the ability to integrate knowledge and skills and present their work in an appropriate manner.
Bachelor of Economics.
There are 3 semesters in one academic year: fall, spring and summer. Fall and spring semesters consist of 14 weeks of normal classes and a summer term consists of 8 weeks of classes (except Practicum and Internship).
- Fall Semester: the end of August to the middle of December
- Spring Semester: the end of January to the end of May
- Summer Term: the beginning of June to the end of July
Note: The course requires students to pay the tuition or admission deposit before issuing the admission package.
- High school graduation
- Good health
- Applicant whose age is under 18 needs to submit notarial certificate of guardianship
Register time: From 2nd Sept. to 3rd Sept.
Register place: School of International Education