China Business and Economics (Master)
This master program has been developed for students holding a B.A. degree in Chinese Studies, Sinology or equivalent qualification who want to specialize in China Business and Economics. Next to classes that offer in-depths analyses of China’s economy and aspects of doing business in China, students will take classes in Business Administration and Economics within the Department of Economics. In addition, advanced language classes will empower students to understand and discuss economic texts in Chinese language. Methodological and case study classes prepare students to use their economic and China specific knowledge for academic research as well as for solving business problems.
Graduates of this program (until 2019: 100 graduates) are well-suited for a career in firms engaged in business relations with China. Furthermore, the competencies acquired during the master more generally prepare them for jobs in enterprises and organizations active in international markets and politics.
The Department of Sinology in Würzburg is keen to support students in special living circumstances (e.g. students with children), and to help them realize their study aim.
The program starts every October and classes take place in Würzburg. Classes are offered by experts of the Sinology Department as well as the Department of Economics. During the first three terms students attend lectures and seminars while the fourth term is intended for writing the master thesis. In general, students are based in Würzburg while writing the master thesis. Exceptions are possible if students write the thesis in cooperation with a firm or if they do research in China for their thesis.
The program comprises obligatory modules and required electives. Obligatory modules include language classes, introductory lectures in Economics and Business Administration as well as several modules in China Business and Economics. Required electives include courses in Chinese Studies, Economics and Business Administration as well as China Business and Economics.
Studiengebühren: siehe Website
Voraussetzung: Abgeschlossenes Studium
Regelstudienzeit: 4 Semester
Studienabschluss: Master of Science
Referenz-Nr: AUBI-5595 (in der Bewerbung bitte angeben)