Students in the Chinese track spend their third and fourth years in Shanghai, China where they study at the SILC Business School at Shanghai University.
Shanghai is the leading business capital in China. Founded as the city of international trade, Shanghai has grown to reach a population of over 24 million. Located on China’s central coast, it is a global financial hub.
With many famous historical sites, the heart of Shanghai is the Bund, a famed waterfront promenade lined with colonial-era buildings. Across the Huangpu Riber is the Pudong area of Shanghai which features an unmatched skyline, including 632m Shanghai Tower and the Oriental Pearl TV Tower.
SILC Business School is a leading business School in China. Originally named the Sydney Institute to Language and Commerce, it was formed for a dual degree program with a university in Sydney Australia. Since its founding, the school has changed its name to SILC and now has over 3,500 students. SILC is committed to international business education with academic partners throughout the world.
Given the complexity of learning Mandarin, students in the Chinese track will continue studying Mandarin while enrolled at SILC. Initially students will complete some courses in English and others in Mandarin, progressing to the point of all courses being taught in Mandarin. We believe this structure gives students the skills they need to become fluent.