Global Management Education Program

Program Overview

Global Management Education Program (GMEP) was initiated by Nankai Business School in 2005. It is committed to providing undergraduate, MBA or EMBA students from all over the world with a series of English-language business courses, combined with well-planned extracurricular activities, business visits and other cultural trips. It is a fantastic opportunity to experience Chinese culture and to study business administration.

GMEP participants may spend one to four weeks in the 600-year-old municipality of Tianjin which has a population of 11 million. As the world's fifth largest sea port and the birthplace of China's modern industry, Tianjin is regarded as one of the best places for MNCs' operations and a window to look at China's new development in the 21st century.

Who Should Apply

Open to undergraduate and graduate students from around the world.

College graduates and professionals who are interested in learning Chinese culture and business dynamics in China are also welcome to apply.

Participants are required to be at least 18 years of age.

Program Hightlights

A summer program integrating intense business education in China.

A variety of curricular and extra-curricular activities –lectures, case study, corporate seminars, company visits, city sightseeing and cultural events.

A certificate from Nankai Business School upon successful completion of the program.

Curriculum Structure

Recognized as one of China's top business schools, Nankai Business School is experienced in designing a curriculum of rich academic components combined with real-world business immersion practice. In addition to classroom teaching, this summer school program features company field trips, executive speaker sessions, and unique cultural and social events.

Academic Component

Inspirational academic sessions featuring highly-qualified faculty.

Challenging but rewarding team activities to hone your leadership skills and communication abilities.  

A solid foundation laid for business and management thinking.

Program Schedule 

Day 1

Day 2


Day 4

Day 5

Day 6

Day 7


Welcome and Orientation


Academic Session 1


Company Visit 1


Academic Session 3


Academic Session 4

Free time

Free time


Arrival in Tianjin




Campus tour


Culture seminar:

Chinese Calligraphy


Academic Session 2


Company Visit 2


Company Visit 3

Free time

Free time


Welcome dinner

Leisure Time

Leisure Time

Leisure Time

Leisure Time

Leisure Time

Leisure Time

Day 8

Day 9

Day 10

Day 11

Day 12

Day 13

Day 14


Academic Session 5


Academic Session 6


Academic Session 7


Academic Session 8


Evaluation and Presentation


Certificate Awarding


Farewell Dinner

Free time


Culture seminar


Company Visit 4


Company Visit 5


Company Visit 6

Free time


Leisure Time

Leisure Time

Leisure Time

Leisure Time

Leisure Time

*Program schedule is subject to change. Weekend and public holidays are free time.

Corporate Experience

Exclusive visits to leading companies in various industries and across types of companies (MNC, joint-venture, SOE).

Lectures by industry executives and leading experts in their fields.

Cultural and Socail Activities

Social events characterized by Chinese culture and excursions to famous landmarks in one of the most exciting cities in the world.

First-hand understanding of Chinese culture.

Program Costs

The total cost is negotiable and can be adjusted according to the duration, courses and other activities. Here is the example for above schedule.

Application fee




Housing and food


Field trips & activity fee (company visits and   cultural immersion  events)




Important Notes

  • The application fee also covers expenses supporting visa application, international student registration fees and other logistic costs incurred. The application fee is non-refundable.

  • The tuition covers all academic lectures and cost of all course materials.

  • Field trips and activities are compulsory, and the fee for them is non-refundable.

  • Participants are responsible for travel between their home country and Beijing, China. We will provide supporting documents to help participants secure visas to enter and stay in the PRC.

  • We require participants to carry adequate medical and accident insurance coverage during their entire stay in China.

  • We arrange the equivalent of a four-star hotel near the campus of Nankai University.

Contact Us

Office of International Affairs, Nankai Business School

94 Weijin Road, Tianjin, China, 300071

Tel: 0086-22-23506127

Fax: 0086-22-23508295