Cornell University is an intellectual powerhouse with exceptional breadth and depth of research expertise on China’s economy. The Cornell Institute for China Economic Research (CICER) is becoming a world-renowned hub for rigorous and high-impact research on China’s economy. CICER has been organizing an annual Summer Program in Economics and Business since 2017. Their goal is to help college students in China gain in-depth understanding of the most critical economic and business challenges facing China, the US, and the world. Participants will also have opportunities to acquire knowledge about the academic environment and culture of the US. The three-week online program offers courses by prominent professors in business and economics, workshops on graduate school application, and seminars on the U.S. job market and career choices.
- LIVE interactive online courses (in business, finance, economics, big data, and machine learning) that are taught by prominent Cornell professors.
- LIVE interactive research seminars and talks by professors and industry leaders from top institutions and enterprises.
- LIVE interactive information session on U.S. graduate school application.
- Business Simulation hands-on experience and team project.
- One-to-one consultations with Cornell faculty (for students and parents!)
- Interactions and networking with Cornell students.
- Graded end-of-program exam.
(Students who do well in the exam may request a recommendation letter from CICER director for graduate school application.)
2. Behavioral Economics
3. Business Analytics
4. Business Simulation
5. Python and its Applications
6. Big Data and Machine Learning
7. Economics and Finance Seminars
10% Discount for UM Students:
- Online Application Form
- Personal Statement
- Undergraduate Transcript
- Proof of English Proficiency
Deadline of Application:
10 July, 2020
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Note: Please contact your Faculty directly for credit transfer issue.
Student Affairs Office