Shanghai (China) Study Tour – 28th Aug- 5th Sept 2015
REGENT Business School will be embarking on a life changing Study Tour of Shanghai (China). The study tour will take place in Aug-September 2015. Besides being a life changing experience, the study tour will provide you with an opportunity to experience at first hand how business operates in another country-China. In addition, you will be able to see a variety of companies in various industries. There is no experience that can substitute for taking one’s learning global, especially given the future of the world economy.
China is a country that is on track to overtake the United States as the world’s largest economy. For the past twenty years, Shanghai has been growing at a significant pace and is the destination of the 2015 study tour. Shanghai, being a key business hub, having an extravagant culture, magnificent infrastructure and a fluid transportation system, provides a wonderful introduction to China. Shanghai is anticipated to be an interesting learning experience. Expect to be charmed by exploring the city and its infrastructure, experiencing its culture and consumer behaviour and tasting its exotic cuisine. The delegates will be given the opportunity to attend lectures, meetings and discussions which will provide insight into logistical and social dynamics.
This experiential tour will make the city, the railway system, the restaurants, the streets, the infrastructure and taxis of Shanghai expand the minds and perspectives of delegates, thereby becoming their classroom
Shanghai Study Tour 2014
A group of delegates were whisked off to Shanghai on a one week international scholarly tour to absorb the Chinese culture and student life; gain insights into international business practices and interact with business, and education leaders.
The Study Tour focused on the outlook of China with its growing economy and the impact its growth will have on businesses, both locally and internationally.
The tour encompassed an eight day trip to Shanghai, its neighboring districts, tourist attractions and open markets.