List of subjects (Pending confirmation for the 2016 joint semester)

Lessons Monday to Friday are from 8.00-11.20 and 13.00-16.20. All classes will be attended by both Danish and Chinese students (except language classes).

  • China’s economy
    • 32 lessons by SJU
    • Review of China’s overall economic development. Included is an analysis of challenges in foreign trade and China’s economic restructuring and development after the financial crisis. The Chinese housing market and income distribution will be among the central issues.
  • China’s foreign trade
    • 32 lessons by SJU
    • Introduces China’s foreign trade status, policies, procedures, regulations and traditions. Important public institutions will be introduced.
  • Doing Business in China
    • 32 lessons by SJU
    • Introduces the major strategic and operational issues faced by multinational corporations when doing business in the Chinese market. Juridical, economic and cultural issues are covered.
  • E-commerce in China
    • 24 lessons by SJU
    • Introduction to Chinese E-marketing and E-business including how to use www for presentation and trade.
    • Students will be able to participate in the organization, implementation and follow up on e-marketing initiatives
  • International Marketing
    • 20 lessons by BAAA
    • Students will be analysing and evaluating the development of the company’s growth and internationalization.
    • Major issues will be the international market selection process, market entry strategies and choosing a market entry mode and international marketing mix decisions.
  • Macroeconomics
    • 24 lessons by BAAA
    • Students will apply relevant theoretical models to describe, analyse and evaluate economic issues on the macroeconomic level.
    • Major issues are economic objectives, income determination, competitiveness, interest and exchange rate formation and financial policies.
  • Organizational behaviour
    • 32 lessons by SJU
    • Students will be able to describe, analyse and evaluate different organization behavior factors and the impact on personal performance and organization commitment.
    • Evaluations of each organization behavior factor between motivation, culture difference, and performance evaluation….etc. are central part of the course.
  • Project Management
    • 24 lessons by SJU
    • Introduction to project management. Areas covered are project planning, cost management, resource management, risk assessment and project communication.