The School of Finance at Tsinghua University in China is inviting Mason students to apply for the “Future Financial Leaders of Tomorrow” Summer Program in China, from June 30-July 14.
The program is conducted in English and no Chinese language is required. Some scholarships are available to cover costs as noted below. Time is very short as Tsinghua requests applications for this program by March 30. The program is open to juniors, seniors and masters students in Finance, Economics, and related subjects.
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About the Program
The Future Financial Leaders of Tomorrow Summer Program, to be held from June 30th to July 13th, 2013, will help international students to gain a comprehensive understanding of the Chinese financial markets. All lectures are given in English. Unique and in-depth perspectives will be provided by policymakers from the government and industry elites with extensive experience at top financial entities. In addition, the program offers participants an opportunity to become immersed in the wealth of history and culture that can only be found in China by offering art and cultural events. To encourage students of varied background to apply, we offer merit-based scholarships that may cover the full program fee if granted. Please note that the application deadline is now March 30.
Please go to http://summer.pbcsf.tsinghua.edu.cn/home.html to download a free program brochure.
About Tsinghua PBC School of Finance–PBC for People’s Bank of China, China’s central bank
Tsinghua PBC School of Finance is the 17th school established by the illustrious and time-honored university in China. The establishment of the school represents the culmination of cooperation between Tsinghua University and the Chinese Central Bank(PBC, People’s Bank of China). The school’s predecessor was the Graduate School of the People’s Bank of China, established in 1981 by the central bank. The Graduate School distinguished itself from other institutions by producing outstanding graduates who have played major roles in the crafting of China’s economic and financial policies. Combining the educational strengths of Tsinghua and the Graduate School, the school is committed to building itself into a world-class financial institute, cultivating professional talents across financial sectors, and providing substantive policy advice to government agencies and institutions.