China a new challenge for the youth of SXXI.
China poses to the youth of the XXI century, new challenges to an increasingly competitive world. But those who are more prepared can also find great opportunities. The People's Republic of China is emerging as one of the emerging powers to arouse more attention in the XXI century.
Young people who have a better understanding of the reality of China, will have better opportunities over the coming decades. In 2003 the EU has made a foreign direct investment in China than the U.S.. No wonder then that Brussels has declared to Beijing as a strategic partner. In addition, China will invest nearly one hundred billion dollars in Latin America in the next ten years, equivalent to Spanish investment in the subcontinent over the last decade.
Spain urgently required young professionals who are committed to the rapid growth of China and the future opportunities it represents. Companies specializing in study abroad as WHERE & WHAT offers a management program taught in English in Peking.
The program is taught in Tsinghua University in Beijing for 4 weeks in July. The program follows a methodology of MBA cases and visits to firms in the country and is aimed at young people aged between 22 and 35, graduates and advanced intermediate level of English. This course is taught in English and aims to provide a broad overview of business opportunities in the Chinese market, focusing also on the development of business and management skills in a multi-cultural environment. The program uses a methodology for MBA and aims to provide a detailed knowledge of the geographical, historical, political and institutional country.
An important part of the agenda extends over the forms used to do business in China and more effective business strategies in the country, the course encourages student participation and offers Chinese and European professionals. Also included weekly visits to firms in China, in previous years visited Alcatel, Airbus, France Telecom, Saint-Gobain, Alstom, Coca-Cola and AT & T, among others.
Deasde 2001, China enters the World Trade Organization and become an international trading power. Currently, China is the third largest economy in terms of trade volume and has become one of the biggest challenges of s XXI. The internationalization of the country, internal growth and diversification of the economy nationwide offer great opportunities for the future of Spanish university students.