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Oversea Study Programs
overseas study trips are elective courses that offer students opportunities to
examine first-hand the business environment in various countries around the
Survey of Global Capital Markets
This course introduces students to various capital markets across different countries in the context of globalization. Students will have the opportunity to explore key landmark institutions: Harvard Business School, New York Stock Exchange, Federal Reserve Bank of New York, and West Point, just to name a few. Not only will students visit these institutions, they will also receive knowledge and insights from instructors and industry professionals on how global capital markets function.
Exploration of Emerging Markets
This course offers students opportunities to explore emerging markets to understand the cultures, business environment, industries and companies in southeast and west Asian countries such as Israel, Malaysia and Thailand. Students will conduct research on real management issues and produce business case reports. They will also network with industry professionals and local business school students.
Stanford GSB - Tsinghua SEM Exchange Program (STEP)
STEP is designed to encourage cross-cultural learning and network building between MBA students from the Tsinghua SEM and Stanford’s Graduate School of Business (GSB). Each year, students participate in a sequential two-way exchange where 20 Tsinghua Global MBA students spend one week at Stanford GSB to engage in a variety of learning and integration activities in late January, and then 20 Stanford GSB students come to Tsinghua for a similar experience during their spring break.
East Asian Study Trips
Tsinghua SEM, KAIST in Korea, and Keio University in Japan have partnered to bring MBA students from all three schools a chance to engage in cross cultural communication and share business knowledge. Each group of MBA students will have the opportunity to visit the three participating universities to work on real world projects together.
Doing Business in Chile Program
As a short-term exchange program between Tsinghua SEM and Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (UC), Doing Business in Chile provides students with a global experience in an emerging economy in Latin America. Students are able to gain valuable insights into the growing business and economic ties between both countries.