Brief Introduction

CUEB maintains cooperation with more than 50 overseas universities. In collaboration with the Deakin University (Australia), CPA Australia, and the Chinese Institute of Certified Public Accountants, the university launched a Master of Professional Accounting program with an internationally recognized CPA qualification. This project was the first Sino-Foreign joint program to combine both theory and professional training, which was approved by the Academic Degree Committee of the State Council of China. In 2011, the university sent nearly 300 undergraduate and graduate students to study abroad through the support of the sister schools.

CUEB is committed to recruiting international students.  Since 1986, the university has been recruiting international students including: undergraduates, graduates, doctoral students and non degree students. In 2007, English taught programs were launched for international graduate students and in 2011 they were adopted for doctoral students. More than 600 international students are currently enrolled in long-term and short-term Chinese language course programs and economics-related courses. The university has set up a Chinese Language Teaching Center for teaching Chinese as a second language. In addition, CUEB constantly strives on further improving its learning environment and living conditions, and strengthening teaching management.