About the School

A unique course on China

Join one-of-a-kind program, designed to equip you with essential knowledge about the legal system, economy, culture and doing business with China. Take part in lectures and workshops led by professors from top world universities, experienced professionals, policy analysts and renowned lawyers.

About the course

The School offers a comprehensive, interdisciplinary course to students of all faculties, entrepreneurs and senior-level managers as well as representatives of state and local administration. The programme will build up your knowledge of China and provide you with all the skills you need in order to advance your career related to the Middle Kingdom.

  • The course is one year long, divided into two semesters.
  • The curriculum is based on lectures, workshops, and case-studies led by world-renowned professors and experts.
  • All classes are taught in English.
  • Classes are held twice a month, at the weekends on Saturday and Sunday.

Frequently asked questions

Are there any scholarships available?

Participants of the School might apply for an interest-free loan supported by the Polish government. Upon graduation students granted such loans might be subjected to a 25% discount. For more details, please visit www.inwestujwrozwoj.pl.

What is the mode of studies?

Classes are held on weekends. We start at 10.00 a.m. and finish at 5 p.m. (including facultative classes).

What are the graduation requirements?

To graduate from our School, our students must meet attendance requirement (2 unexcused absences per semester) and pass two exams at thee end of every semester.

What are the exams like?

There is one exam per semester based on the topics taught during the semester.

Curriculum

Legal pillar

Students of the School will participate in courses discussing most crucial aspects of Chinese law, including: civil, corporate, constitutional, administrative, criminal, arbitration and commercial law, as well as the law governing intellectual property and foreign investments, plus the Chinese judicial system.

Economic pillar

The business success in China depends not only on knowing the law but on applying it to real life situations. Therefore, the students will learn about the dispute resolution system in China, the China’s model of economic growth, basic rules of import and export, and e-commerce – the pillar to the modern Chinese domestic economy.

Business Culture pillar

It is impossible to do business in China without understanding the basics of Chinese philosophy and culture. To do so, the students of the School will participate in workshops on the political system of the People’s Republic of China, contemporary social/cultural issues as well as institutional cooperation with Chinese partners.

The course is led by professors from top universities in China, U.S. and Europe, as well as recognised experts from companies and law firm such as Alibaba, ICBC, PwC, and Clifford Chance.