Earn dual international Bachelor of Management degrees from both Canada and China!
This brand new 4-year program allows you to study years 2 and 3 of your Bachelor of Management degree at the International Business School of Beijing Foreign Studies University in China, after successfully completing the 1st year at Concordia University of Edmonton. You will return to Concordia for the final year.
This is an incredible new and unique opportunity and you’ll earn 2 degrees upon completion: a Bachelor of Management degree from Concordia University of Edmonton AND a Bachelor of Management degree from Beijing Foreign Studies University.
Studying abroad is an incredible way to broaden your horizons and gain a global perspective. Besides learning or improving language fluency, you will also explore local culture in a more meaningful way.
The Mihalcheon School of Management at Concordia University of Edmonton creates business leaders of tomorrow. Through our innovative and flexible programming, you will develop key analytical, business, communication and professional skills, and that’s just the beginning!
You will gain a deeper understanding of complex issues ranging from ethics to leadership, learning from instructors with real-life business and industry experience. Our required internship program links your academic learning with solid, real-world experience.
When you arrive in Beijing, the immersive experience takes place at BFSU’s International Business School. You will learn about business, finance, marketing, economic and trade from an international perspective. Courses will cover topics such as the global economy, cultural influences on business, the impact of government decisions on business as well as importing and exporting, foreign exchange and an abundance of internship opportunities.
With China’s growing economic market and large consumer base, you will learn about doing business in China. This includes knowledge of business processes in analyzing changes within government policies and regulations and how they affect business operations in China.