China trading economics


The Master Program of International Trade is designed to train graduates equipped with global view and innovative spirits, solid foundation of field theory on international trade, skills required for practices on international trade and investment, especially between the home country of the student and China, and skills of multicultural communication.

The Master Program of Finance is a two-year program. The rich experience on academic research and practices of faculties at School of International Trade and Economics SITE makes this program one of the top finance programs in China. It bases on the globally standardized field-knowledge while emphasizes the role of different financial instruments and related policies in China. The rich experience on academic research and practices makes this program one of the top finance programs in China.

While teaching whole fundamentals in finance, the program pays more attention to the application and practices of these theories. The Master Program of Finance is designed to train graduates equipped with global view and innovative spirits, solid foundation of field theory on finance, skills required for practices on domestic and international financial markets, especially in China, and skills of multicultural communication.

Program alumni are found to have brilliant skills and sophisticated communication skills in Chinese and thus usually start their career in international banks in China, as Chief Representatives of large multinational corporations in China, or as Officials of the Foreign Embassy.

MIB is a new degree program initiated by the Ministry of Education in MIB is also a two-year program, but very different from regular mater programs, the first year is enough for students to complete most of the courses and the second year is then dedicated to business practice, internships, and graduation project design.

MIB at School of International Trade and Economics SITE has its natural advantage over MIB in other schools due to its longest history in the field of international trade and business, which provides it the most experienced faculty in international trade and business practices in China. School of International Trade and Economics SITE is one of the schools that have the longest history in the field of international trade and business in China. It is as well one of the earliest schools in China that started the international education program.

SITE has many senior professors who are experts on policies and practices in international trade and business of China, as well as diversified alumni that work in relevant industries and government bureaus. Thus, the biggest highlight of this program at SITE is that, in the first year, students would get the best training in fundamental knowledge in international business in class through diversified teaching methods, including case studies, team projects, discussion with experts from the industry and relevant government bureaus, etc.

MIB is designed to train graduates equipped with global view, innovative spirits, solid field-knowledge, practical skills for international business operation and skills of multicultural communication, especially between the home country of the student and China. Graduates should have brilliant skills in international business practices and sophisticated communication skills in Chinese, hereby start their career as specialists of international business in multinational corporations, foreign trading companies, relevant government bureaus, and international organizations.

MF is a new degree-program initiated by the Ministry of Education in MF is also a two-year program, but very different from regular mater programs, the first year is enough for students to complete most of the courses and the second year is then dedicated to real-world practice, internships, and graduation project design. Thus, the biggest highlight of this program at SITE is that, in the first year, students would get the best training in fundamental knowledge in finance through diversified teaching methods, including case studies, team projects, discussion with experts from the industry and relevant government bureaus, etc.

MF is designed to train graduates equipped with global view, innovative spirits, solid field-knowledge, practical skills for financial institutions and markets and skills of multicultural communication, especially between the home country of the student and China. Graduates should have brilliant skills in finance practices and sophisticated communication skills in Chinese, hereby start their career as specialists of commercial banks, investment banks, multinational corporations, relevant government bureaus, and international organizations.

It is one of the top programs in international trade in China. There are three fields under this program: This three-to-five-year program bases on the fundamental knowledge of Economics and focuses on the classical and frontier theories, empirical analysis, and case studies of corresponding fields.

Field Courses of International Trade Practices: One of the highlight the program is that students benefit from the dual-supervisor system. The main supervisor, usually a senior professor, who has expertise in international trade polices and practice, promises students to target their research to important real-world problems. This program is designed to train graduates as senior researchers in international trade who are equipped with global view, innovative spirits, solid field-knowledge, and skills of multicultural communication, especially between the home country of the student and China.

Graduates usually set their career goal to be college professors, senior experts in research institutions, consultants in world organizations and government bureaus. This three-to-five-year program bases on the globally standardized field-knowledge in finance and emphasizes the design and application of financial instruments, design of financial policies and regulations, and impacts of these instruments and policies in China,.

This program is designed to train graduates as senior researchers in finance who are equipped with global view, innovative spirits, solid field-knowledge, and skills of multicultural communication, especially between the home country of the student and China. This three-to-five-year program focuses on the classical and frontier theories, empirical analysis, and policies in the field of industrial organization.

It has two fields: Transportation and Logistics, and Modern Service Industry. Field Course of Transportation and Logistics: Field Course of Modern Service Industry: The main supervisor, usually a senior professor, who has expertise in industrial structure and policies, promises students to target their research to important real-world problems.

This program is designed to train graduates as senior researchers in industrial organization who are equipped with global view, innovative spirits, solid field-knowledge, and skills of multicultural communication, especially between the home country of the student and China. Education Objectives and Career Prospects The major of International Economics and Trade is designed to train graduates equipped with solid foundation of field theory on international economics and trade, skills required for practices on international trade and investment, and skills of multicultural communication.

Education Objectives and Career Prospects The major of Economics Intentional Transportation and Logistics is designed to train graduates equipped with solid foundation of field theory and skills on international transportation and logistics, and skills of multicultural communication. A probable result is that the Australian dollar will fall. This will mean a partial reversal of the huge rise in living standards which contrary to popular perception Australia has experienced in the last ten years.

At the same time, it will improve the competitiveness of other traded goods and services industries which have suffered from the strength of the currency.

China may be a market for some of them. The Chinese market for more complex goods and services will expand in two ways. First, rising wages and consumer demand will increase demand for more sophisticated manufactured goods where Australia has some niches of excellence, for example, in medical devices and for services such as tourism where China is already an important market.

Second, as China moves production to more sophisticated goods and services, it will require high quality human resources, well-developed infrastructure, a well-developed financial sector and a good regulatory system. Australia has the expertise to help to develop these. Already, China is the biggest market for Australian education services. Australia's financial sector is well regarded internationally for its efficiency and effectiveness, and its banks are among the most sound and stable in the world.

This expertise in government and services can be exported. Indeed, Australian banks are already operating in China and Australian experts have advised in a range of areas, for example, in urban development and health financing.

The development of manufacturing in Asia has been a major reason for Australia's failure to compete in many areas of manufacturing. As China moves up the value chain, more industries will be subjected to this competition.

This may be ameliorated by a shift in the focus of the Chinese economy away from exporting to domestic consumption. Australia has niches where it can compete with the best in the world. It will be important to retain what lead it has in education and in the sophistication of the workforce.

Australia relies heavily on foreign investment. On the other hand, there is evidence that Chinese businesses are keen to invest in Australia, particularly in infrastructure projects. Australian businesses have benefited from low interest rates worldwide which have been driven by the large amount of Chinese savings available for lending, both directly to Australia, but also internationally.

As these are reduced, interest rates will rise, putting downward pressure on the profits of Australian businesses, revenue and growth. While Chinese savings will probably remain high enough to fund domestic expansion, there will be room for Australian companies to invest in China.