The primary objective of the International Business and Chinese Enterprise (IBCE) program is to develop undergraduate students into professionals who can operate and succeed in the Chinese business environment. The Darla Moore School of Business will admit 20 students per year into the IBCE program. These students will be matched with 20 students at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. During the course of the IBCE program, Moore School students work towards a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration, major in a special track with the international business concentration, and complete a second business major at the University of South Carolina.
USC students spend their Freshman and Junior years at USC, and their Sophomore and Senior years at CUHK. IBCE students will participate in intensive study of Mandarin Chinese (Putonghua) with two summers, one in Hong Kong and one in Beijing. Over the course of the four year program of study, students may also pursue internships in the United States and China/Hong Kong, with linked opportunities for graduate study.
For more information about the program, please complete the inquiry form at the conclusion of the following presentation or go directly to the form HERE. To watch the presentation in full screen, click the square icon on the black menu bar at the bottom of the slide. The online application for the Fall 2013 cohort is currently available under the Admissions Information page. The deadline to apply is March 15, 2013.
Current Students- you can Download IBCE internship information here.