|University Tier:||National Project 211|
|Accommodation:||Double Room/Singel Room|
|Key program:||Management, Econimic, Law|
|Admission online rating:|
|Address:||No.10, Huixin Eastern Street, Chaoyang District, Beijing City|
|International Trade||English||4 years||49,750|
|Hotel Management||English||4 years||49,750|
|International Economics||English||4 years||49,750|
|International Trade||English||2 years||49,580|
|Hotel Management||English||2 years||50,000|
|International Economics||English||2 years||61,640|
|International Law||English||2 years||61,640|
Established in 1951, the University of International Business and Economics is located in the north-eastern portion of Beijing. Also referred to as ‘UIBE’ in short, the university stresses on tapping promising talents and grooming them in objective research activities to further Chinese business and economy. Its multidisciplinary disciplines and international tie-ups have been attracting students from across the world. The university has been always opening its portals to outstanding scholars of all countries, and has been very cooperative in encouraging its members to foster international mercantile bridges, and in promoting global peace through cross-country economic intercourse and cultural exchanges. The university also offers training to government officials in charge of the country’s national and global commerce administration. It is done under the joint auspices of the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Foreign Trade and Economic Cooperation.
The Chinese Government recognized the institution as a key university in 1960 in recognition of its stupendous academic programs. Following the suspension of the Culture Revolution In 1978, the Chinese Government recognized the university as a national key university. Once Deng Xiaoping introduced the Chinese economic reforms, the university got a boost, and the university with the valuable support of the government embarked upon a course of never-before witnessed era of expansion and development. It was during that very year that the university got the present nomenclature of ‘University of International Business and Economics’. This key national seat of higher learning under the Ministry of Education was included in the first list of the prestigious ‘Project 211’ of the Chinese Government in May 1997. This government project focuses on tuning up approximately 100 universities into international-level academic centers by the 21st century. In 2000, UIBE gained the status of a state university under the Ministry of Education. In June that very year, UIBE was merged with the China Institute of Finance. This merger turned the tides in the favor of the newly formed organization which became one of the top leaders in the educational sector specializing not only in finance but also in business management economics, and law. Since its very birth, UIBE has been paying its utmost importance on business practice and academic research, as well as grooming its students to work in as diverse but also intersecting areas as business, economics, finance, foreign trade, foreign languages, and law among others.
One of the support bases of the University of International Business and Economics is its set of highly dedicated and extremely experienced faculty members. Most of the university professors possess overseas experience besides wide experiences in research and teaching, and therefore rank among the Chinese Government’s National Talent Cultivation Project. The University of International Business and Economics specializes in business management, business languages (foreign languages), economics, finance, international law, international trade, and liberal arts. With focus on attracting students from across the globe, the university presents more than 50 majors to overseas students in the degree, post-degree and doctoral stages. They can answer the answer scripts totally in English in some of the subjects in management and economics.
The university has on the average 13,000 full-time schooling students. Of them, about 3,000 plus students are foreign students from more than 150 countries. One of the prime reasons for the wide popularity of the UIBE courses is that the graduates have been able to meet the demands of the industry. They are welcomed by the industry for their foolproof professional skills and knowledge, positive and pragmatic attitude, strong linguistic acumen, and wide-ranging practical know-how. As a result, UBIE alumni have been playing nodal roles in the socio-economic development of a number of countries. A significant number of the UBIE graduates hold responsible positions in multinational (MNC) bodies, commercial and financial institutions abroad.
Beijing was earlier known as Peking to the English. It is now the capital of China. One of the four great ancient capitals of China, Beijing is not only one of the political epicenters but also an educational and a cultural hub of the world. Besides this bustling second largest Chinese metropolis after Shanghai is also a principal commutation center. A network of routes – air, rail, and road – pass via this city. While the political capital of the People’s Republic of China is Beijing, the economic capitals of the country are Shanghai and Hong Kong. Beijing was also the venue of the 2008 Olympics Games.
Located at the northern edge of the North China Plain, Beijing is flanked by the sprawling fertile plains of the Chaobai River and the Yongding River in the south. The Bohai Sea is to its east while the Taihang Mountains are to its west. The widespread Inner Mongolian Plateau is to the northwest of Beijing.
CLIMATE & SEASONS
Spring in Beijing is characterized by its short duration and abrupt temperature changes. It falls between April and May. Beijing experiences Autumn between September and October. This is the ideal time to visit this wonderful mesmerizing city of the Red Dragon. the best bet during these seasons are light shorts or pants and T-shirts.
On the other hand, extremely cold winters and intense hot summers mark Beijing’s continental monsoon climate, a typical aspect of the North Temperate Zone. In January, the temperature of this city can drop down to lower than 5oF (lower than-10°) while around July, the temperature of this place can rise to more than 100 F (higher than 38°). The Chinese summers are as hot and humid as that of Washington DC. Try avoiding wearing shorts and use sunglasses. The summer season stretches from June to August. However, the average monthly temperature is above 24°C.
TRACING THE ROOTS
Beijing is a cultural cauldron with a varied and rich heritage that dates back to the days of yore. This fabulous oriental history is traced to some 3000 years ago when a primitive culture flourished in the region. It got the status of a capital city during the reign of the Liao Dynasty in the early part of the 10th century. The rulers of this regime made Beijing their secondary political capital for the first time in AD 900. Since then the following four dynasties also made Beijing their capital. They are the Jin Dynasty (AD 1115-1234), the Yuan Dynasty (AD 1271-1368), the Ming Dynasty (AD 1368-1644) and the Qing Dynasty (AD 1644-1919). The People’s Republic of China (founded on October 1, 1949) also made Beijing the capital.
Beijing is known for its variety of cuisine, the rich tradition of preserving fruits, designer items especially the watercolor block printing on wood known as Rongbaozhai, besides the exquisite mini carvings on stone and jade, jewellery, and artifacts, as well as the fine lacquer and filigree ware.
The moment the term ‘Beijing’ is pronounced, the first thought crossing one’s mind would be the world famous Beijing Duck. Much in demand for its delicate meat, this bird is fine bred in farms. Tourists flock Beijing eateries offering the Beijing duck in a roasted form. There are several restaurants specializing in this delicacy. These eateries prepare the duck in the traditional manner, and have been successful in preserving the unusual flavor. Once prepared, it is served dark brown with its skin crispy and the meat tasty and tender. Experience this wonderful gourmets’ delight!
The frozen king-size persimmon is one of the popular dry fruits of Beijing. Beijing and its suburbs are ideal for producing the best quality Liangxiang chestnuts, Jingbai pears and Miyun dates.
When in Beijing, try out the many mouthwatering Chinese cuisines available at the food stalls there. Actually, there are three primary schools of Chinese cuisine. Here they are in an alphabetical order: Guangdong, Jiangzhe, Shandong, and Sichuan. The other traditional cooking styles are the Guandong, Huaiyang, and Tanjin. The barbeques, the total lamb meal, and the complete fish dishes draw crowds.
Besides these, the other gastronomical delicacies include the local snacks and flavors, and the typical dishes prepared in the characteristic authentic Chinese cooking styles of Beijing, Henan, Hunan, and Shanxi. The very manner of the cooks preparing the dishes is eye catching!
|RoomType||Rates||Separate Toilet||Separate Bathroom||Broadband Internet Access||Landline||Air Conditioner||Other|
free for CSC scholarship students
with a kitchen and sitting room，CSC students should afford the difference RMB15/bed/day
|Double Room||RMB35/bed/day||No||No||Yes||Yes||Yes||Building 5|
|Double Room||RMB65-70/bed/day||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Building 0. with a kitchen and sitting room，CSC students should afford the difference RMB15、20、50/bed/day|
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