UCLA Offers Special Business Language Programs in Seoul and Shanghai
Intensive program for students of business Korean or business Chinese.
Those interested in doing business with Korean or Chinese have an opportunity for advanced intensive training in Seoul or Shanghai this coming summer. UCLA's Centers for International Business Education and Research and World Languages are again offering their innovative in-country programs.
July 2- July 31, 2007
How would you like to spend your summer learning about business Korean and Korean culture in the dynamic city of Seoul? The most "internationalized" university in South Korea, Kyung Hee University is offering a 4-week business Korean and Korean culture program in summer to advanced students of the Korean language.
Participants in the program will benefit greatly from meeting the experts in various fields such as Korean economy and Korean history. To help facilitate learning, various supplementary resources such as newspaper articles, TV programs and resources from the Internet dealing with economy, politics and culture will be used.
The program also includes field trips to some of the major industrial manufacturers and historical sites to offer on-site experience. From this 4-week business Korean language and culture program, participants will have the opportunity to strengthen their understanding of Korea’s business landscape and find means to overcome linguistic, geographical and cultural gaps.
* Please note that upper-intermediate to advanced language proficiency is required for this program. Please complete our online application, and your information will be forwarded to the instructor for approval. Your deposit payment will not be due until your application is approved. Upon approval, you will be notified immediately regarding payment and reservation.
For more information, visit http://ucla.iie.ac.kr/ .
June 30- July 31, 2007
Experience a dynamic summer in Shanghai studying Chinese Language and Culture for Business! This course is designed to provide insights into the 21st century China’s business environments - its society, economy and culture. The readings, classroom discussions and professional talks all focus on China’s latest developments on economic, political and cultural fronts. The course promotes a deeper understanding of China’s business climate, and helps students to overcome linguistic, geographical and cultural barriers to achieve higher communicative competence in business contexts.
CIBER fellowships are available to qualified UCLA Anderson School of Management Students. Apply now. Contact CIBER for more details.
Directed by Professor Yihua Wang, Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER), The Anderson School at UCLA. For more information, contact Summer Sessions at:.
Please note that intermediate to advanced language proficiency is required for this program. Please complete our online application, and your information will be forwarded to the instructor for approval. Your deposit payment will not be due until your application is approved. Upon approval, you will be notified immediately regarding payment and reservation.
Financial aid is available to qualified UCLA students. All other students should inquire about financial aid at their home institution. For more information on financial aid, click here.
Published: Tuesday, April 17, 2007