A delegation from Shandong University of Economics (SEU)—one of the partner institutions in the College of Business Administration’s Dual Degree network—traveled to Florida International University (FIU) in the late spring, having previously done so in 2007.

Standing, from left to right: Yang Jingbo, director, Department of Financial Planning, SEU; Wang Lijuan, deputy-director, International Office, SEU; Anna Pietraszek; Liang Ruxia, dean, School of Law, SEU; Tao Hu, deputy-director, Academic Affairs Office, SEU; and Zhang Zhaojun, MIB dual degree student from SEU. Seated, from left to right: Joyce J. Elam, executive dean, College of Business Administration; SEU president Shuchen Hao; and Douglas Wartzok, FIU’s provost and executive vice president.

The visit reestablished SEU’s collaboration with FIU and in particular with the Chapman Graduate School of Business. Six students from Shandong University of Economics will begin FIU’s Master of International Business (MIB) program in the fall 2010 term. The guests toured the campus and admired the College of Business Complex, especially the Bank of America Career Management Services offices and the Capital Markets Lab, according to Anna Pietraszek (EMBA ’06) director, Graduate Admissions and Recruitment, Chapman Graduate School.

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