Following the successful exchange visit to the Business School of the University by a group of experts from the TIAS Business School of Tilburg University in the Netherlands on December 13, 2018, and on March 19, 2019, at the beginning of the new term, the University MBA Education Center welcomed a delegation of 15 teachers and students, led by Mr. Alan Eisner, dean and professor of management, and Mr. Charles Tang, dean and professor of accounting at Lubin School of Business Pace University in the U.S. Teachers and students of both sides made exchanges as teaching experience and learning experience in MBA programs in a pleasant and warm atmosphere.
In March 2018, Professor Alan Eisher and Professor Eric Kessler headed a delegation to Changping Campus of China University of Political Science and Law. This second visit reached consensus and agreement between the two sides in such aspects as international cooperation, exchange of faculties and students, academic tours, etc.
Pace University, founded in 1906 and located in New York City, the world's largest economic and financial center, is one of the largest private comprehensive universities in New York. Lubin School of Business as one of the major schools in the University, stands itself out as one of the best business schools in the U.S., certified by both AACSB International Business School and its Accounting Department. The exchange and cooperation between Business Schools of the two universities will definitely create more opportunities for MBA students seeking international vision and personal development.
Professor Hu Jiye, Executive Deputy Director of the MBA Center, first gave a lively and interesting English speech on how to integrate advanced schooling philosophy of MBA education in western countries with Chinese local culture and business environment.
Afterwards, Professor Wang Dadi, Assistant Dean introduced briefly the history of the school’s development and reform, its schooling philosophy of “ one main body and two wings ”, the organizational structure of seven departments, one research institute and one center, and also the prospect of the newly established Department of Capital Finance.
Then Professor Alan Eisher gave an overview of Pace University and its Lubin School of Business, especially its excellent location near Wall Street in New York City, the school’s leading major fields, and its top 10 internship programs across America. Furthermore, he shared his unique insights on cross-regional and cross-cultural communication, which are of particular importance, especially in overcoming cultural barriers that are crucial in international business operations.
And finally, the teachers and students of the two schools exchanged views with one another, some expressing that through such exchanges, they learned more about the different teaching modes between China and the United States, the different cultural backgrounds, their respective learning experience and life experiences, and all those would absolutely help to form a more clear mind for MBA students.