[photopress:China_Trip_Picture_1.jpg,full,alignright]More and more news items focus on MBA students from other countries, mainly the United States, coming to China as a part of their MBA studies. Now a dozen students enrolled in an international seminar offered through the MBA program in Appalachian State University’s Walker College of Business are in China learning about international business.
Note that this seminar is a requirement for the MBA degree. Students enrolled in the program must participate in an international travel experience as a component of the course.
Throughout the semester, the students explored a range of international business topics. The students will continue their case discussion in China, working in teams with graduate students from Nanjing University.
The students are visiting Beijing, Shanghai, Nanjing, Guangzhou and Hong Kong.
Source: University News