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International Summer Session Introduction

2016-09-20 15:03:02

The University of International Business and Economics (UIBE), founded in 1951, is a multi-disciplinary and national key university with economics, management, law and literature as its core academic areas of expertise. Since its foundation, the university has been steadfast in living up to its motto of “Erudition, Honesty, Endeavor and Perfection” through constant diligence and innovation.

To meet the increasing demand for U.S. university-level study experience, starting 2015, UIBE School of International Education will hold two additional summer sessions in addition to its International Summer School (ISS).

The 2015 International Summer Session of UIBE will open two sessions from June to July, offering courses in Accounting, Art History, Economics, English, History, Mathematics, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology. To build an international, innovative and open learning experience, the International Summer Session of UIBE will invite professors from prestigious universities all around the world, including Harvard University, Columbia University and many other top universities.

Besides UIBE undergraduate students, UIBE International Summer Session program also opens to domestic and foreign high school students, undergraduate students, and graduate students. Each class has an enrollment limit of 60 students. The summer classes are conducted by a combination of in-class lectures, research projects and case discussions. Students are also expected to participate in internships and field studies. Student grades are determined based on UIBE’s relevant academic regulations and rules.

UIBE registrar office is responsible for issuing official student transcript awarding four credits for each summer course. Each course bears 64 instruction hours (equivalent to 48 hours) and every student is allowed to register for a maximum of three courses.


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