Summer 2014 – Beijing and Jinan City, China

Applications for this program have closed

UHV students and alumni have the opportunity to participate in a two week, two center program to mainland China, in conjunction with business students from the prestigious Central University of Finance and Economics (CUFE). The first four days and nights (Sun-Thurs) will be based in campus accommodation in downtown Beijing where excursions will include visits to the Forbidden City, Great Wall of China, Summer Palace. The next ten days and eleven nights will be spent at Shanzu Holiday Resort in Jinan City. Excursions will include corporate and cultural visits including a visit to the hometown and temple of Confucius.

The teaching focus is on leadership management with a comparison and application between the east and the west. Learning objectives include developing a deep understanding of Chinese culture and philosophy, leadership characteristics, attitudes, emotional intelligence, institutional change, leadership structure, control systems and motivation and adapting skills for competitive advantage in Asian markets.

Schedule: Students will leave the US on Satuday July 12, returning on Monday July 28 Sunday July 27th 2014. Student's are responsible for making their own flight reservations and for arriving in Beijing on Sunday July 13, 2014. (Instructions on which flight will be provided)

For more information contact:      Rosie McCusker, School of Business Administration either by email: or call: 832-842-2858 .

The application deadline is March 1st. Early application is recommended for two reasons: 1) Early flight reservations ensure the best fare which can be as low as $1,800 when booked early. 2) A limited number of scholarships are available to early applicants.

Click here to view the flyer:  China_Flyer_2014.pdf 

Click here to view the prospectus: Prospectus_MGT6300_Leadership_Management__2014Summer.pdf.pdf

Click here to view FAQ's: Study_Abroad_FAQ.pdf 

Click here to view a summary and see photos from the Summer 2013 program: China_Summer_13_Summary.pdf