New master's programme starts in Beijing
Three years of work culminated as four new master's programmes in Beijing welcomed the first students last week. The programmes have been developed in collaboration with the universities in Denmark and the University of the Chinese Academy of Science (UCAS).
The programmes will be taught at the Sino-Danish Center for Education and Research (SDC), who will be housed in their own building at the university in Beijing in about a year. CBS has been responsible for the accreditation of the , and Janus Hansen, Associate Professor from the Department of Business and Politics, is Director of the Programme:
- The programme has gotten off to a good start with 13 Danish and 14 Chinese students. Despite a number of practical challenges, the students are very committed to seize the day and the hour, as Chairman Mao once said, says Janus Hansen.
The programme is conducted in English, and the first and second semesters are based on courses and exams. The third semester consists of an internship and the fourth semester is reserved for the master's thesis. The teaching activities are conducted by Danish and Chinese lecturers. At the official programme opening last Thursday, Christina Pamela Christiansen, student from CBS, gave a speech on behalf of the international - Danish - students.