Dual Doctoral/Triple Master Degree Programs ( University of Groningen )
The dual doctoral degree program was initiated in 2006 by UCAS and the RuG (the University of Groningen, the Netherlands), aiming at enhancing the scientific research cooperation and academic exchanges by jointly cultivating doctoral candidates.
Each year, School of Economics and Management sends two joint PhD candidates to study at the Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Groningen (FEB/RuG). The candidates study at the RuG for two years, during which the RuG provides students with a scholarship of 1,600 Euro per month.After completing the credits and doctoral dissertations specified by both sides, students will obtain the doctoral degree from both UCAS and the RuG.
The RuG speaks highly of students from the School of Economics and Management, and therefore proposed to further expand the “2+2” Program into a “3+3” Dual-degree PhD Program in 2011, starting when students entering their master program.
All candidates admitted to the new program spend 3 years at the School of Economics and Management and 3 years at the RuG. More specifically, the new program begins with required first-year courses in various business areas at the School of Economics and Management; in the second and third year that follows, students will study at the RuG. Students will be awarded a master’s degree from the RuG once completing their master thesis and the required educational credits at the RuG. Next, students study at the School of Economics and Management for 2 years and the RuG for 1 year. After finishing the required course credits and dissertations from both UCAS and RuG, students will receive two Ph.D. degrees, one from UCAS and one from RuG. During the master period of the program at the RuG, RuG offers a scholarship to cover the living expenses (around 800-1000 Euro per month); During the Ph.D. period of the program at the RuG, RuG provides students with about 1600 Euro each month.
This new program was launched in 2011.
Dual MBA Degree Program/Master of Accounting/Finance Program ( Tulane University )
In 2008, School of Economics and Management, UCAS and Freeman School of Business of Tulane University (New Orleans, USA) reached an agreement on “EMBA double-degree program”, which is open to full-time MBA students of UCAS.
The course credits are mutually recognized, so students can receive double MBAs after completing 25 credits of MBA courses at the School of Management, and 24 credits at the Freeman School of Business. Ever since 2010, both sides have carried out various short-term exchange and cooperation programs. Tulane University organizes special curriculum, allocates excellent teaching staffs and arranges for corporate visits.
In 2011, School of Economics and Management and Freeman School of Business reached an agreement that full-time MBA students of UCAS who apply for Tulane University’s Master of Accounting or Master of Finance Program, have the right of priority admissions. Furthermore, Freeman School of Business recognizes the credits of eight courses from the School of Economics and Management, and consequently the tuition fee for these courses can also be deducted.
Co-supervisor Program for DBA ( Nottinghan Trent University )
In 2012, School of Economics and Management, UCAS and Nottingham Trent University (Nottingham, UK) officially started Co-supervisor Program for Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) candidates.
The Nottingham Business School’s DBA courses has a strong and committed focus on managerial and professional practice, and seeks to link the rigorous study of work-based problems and issues to personal and professional development, thereby ensuring transfer of learning into organizational and managerial practice. Each participant of the program will have two supervisors (one from China and one from the UK) who will assist students in their coursework and research. School of Economics and Management selects Fultime and Associate Professors, who have good English proficiency and excellent research skills, from the current faculty members, as the co-supervisors.
Academic Exchnage and Cooperation Program ( Seoul School of Integrated sciences and Technologies )
In September 2010, a strategic cooperation agreement was issued between Seoul School of Integrated Sciences and Technologies (hereinafter referred to as aSSIST) and the School of Economics and Management, UCAS.
Dual Master Degree Program ( Polytechinc University of Milan)
Polytechnic University of Milan opened its dual master degree program to School of Economics and Management in 2014. The program is eligible to the master students, including MBA students of the School of Economics and Management, UCAS.
Successful applicants are required to finish their first year at the School of Economics and Management, and go to Polytechnic University of Milan for another year to finish the courses and graduation thesis. Then they are required to finish the oral defense back at the School of Economics and Management. Upon graduation, students will get Master’s Degree from both UCAS and Polytechnic University of Milan.
Dual Mster Degree Program ( Durham University )
The applicants should be the second year master students of the School of Economics and Management. They finish their first year at the School of Economics and Management, and go to Durham University for another year to finish the courses and graduation thesis. Then they are required to finish the oral defense back in the School of Economics and Management. Upon graduation, students will get Master’s Degree from both UCAS and Polytechnic University of Milan.
The applicants should have Bachelor’s background of economics, average scoring 85 and IELTS 7.0 or TOEFL 102. Durham University will interview the applicants and offer a scholarship of 5000 pounds to the successful applicants.
Joint Doctoal Program ( Hong Kong Polytechnic University )
The applicants should be the first or the second year doctoral students at the School of Economics and Management. Successful applicants will go to Hong Kong Polytechnic University for a year as the assistant researchers, with a scholarship of 12000 Hongkong Dollars per month. Each student will be guided by two supervisors, one from UCAS and the other from Hong Kong Polytechnic University. Upon successful oral defense, students will get the doctoral degree from UCAS. The research problems are decided by supervisors from both universities and the main research fields include finance, accounting, logistics, shipping, management, and marketing.
Summer School Program ( University of Ljubljana )
University of Ljubljana opened its summer school program to students at the School of Economics and Management in 2014. The summer school lasts three weeks in July. Students can select one to two courses. According to the agreement, free tuition will be offered to at most two applicants.
Student Exchange Program
The program opens to master students or MBA students at the School of Economics and Management. Students can choose among Copenhagen Business School, University of Copenhagen, and Aslborg University. It can be a six-month ( one semester ) or a two-month ( summer school ) exchange. Free tuition, IELTS 6.5-7.
Students can also apply for short-term visits to Tulane University, Cornell University, Princeton University, Durham University, Nottingham Trent University, King’s College London, Copenhagen Business School, University of Copenhagen, Aalborg University, University of Groningen, Polytechnic University of Milan, Seoul School of Integrated Sciences and Technologies, and Hong Kong Polytechnic University, etc.