This is our last week in China! We went back to the Jimo market to do some last-minute souvenir shopping. There was a man at the exit who sold watches and also happened to carve seals. I picked a beautiful white seal, wrote down my Chinese name, and watched as he drew it on, carved, […]
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Dialogue intensifies between the Chapman School and leading Chinese universities.
Chapman School Associate Dean Tomislav Mandakovic, right, meets with universities and their students in China. It’s no surprise that prospective students and other business school administrators want to learn more about what the College of Business Administration at Florida International University can offer them. What may be surprising is that many of the interested parties […]
Students participate in “Experiencing China Tour.”
Master of International Business students visit the Tianjin Economic Development Zone (TEDA). Though they lost a day when they crossed the International dateline en route to China, a group from the College of Business Administration more than made up for it on their arrival. From March 20-29, 2006, participants in the “Experiencing China Tour” traveled […]
Visits with Chinese academic leaders lay foundation for future partnership.
Beginning a year ago, a number of visits between officials of Qingdao University, a major Chinese institution, and the Alvah H. Chapman Graduate School of Business began to establish the framework for a possible Dual Degree partnership. The Dual Degree program, which currently has 21 institutional partners, provides a way for students to earn an […]
Chapman School expands its focus on China.
José de la Torre, dean of the Chapman Graduate School of Business at Florida International University, recently returned from a six-day trip to China where he met with officials from several business schools to discuss possible joint programs. Preliminary proposals with the Graduate School of Business at Nankai University, located in Tianjin, and the International […]