Customs Administration is to cultivate foreign students in China to familiarise themselves with Chinese customs and relatedmanagement system and requirements, to make it more comprehensive and systematic to master customs clearance and import and export business knowledge, to master the basic theory and business skills of customs work, to be familiar with the basic policy of Customs Administration and to become excellent and internationalized compound management talents in the areas of customs, taxation, trade and consulting related with customs management.
Advantages & Highlights
The program mainly relies on the School of Public Administration of University of International Business and Economics for its strong faculty and rich experience in teaching. Students will have a systematic command of theory and practice on custom administration and trade facilitation, grasp the development trend of international economic cooperation, at the same time deepen their understanding of China's trade, legal, cultural and political systems.
Cultivation highlights: covering all levels and angles of International economics and trade management, for example, the fields of customs management, import and export community quality control, and intellectual property management, etc; instructing ways and methods to manage foreign trade according to the characteristics of overseas students; Organizing students to visit foreign trade management departments in China and experience China’s foreign trade management.
Faculty highlights: most of our faculty members possess international backgrounds, sound foundation of theoretical knowledge and experiences of foreign trade management, and master relevant laws and policies of foreign trade management.
Studies on Trade and Law
System of Customs Clearance Management
Basics of Customs Management Technics
Theories and Practices of Customs Tax
International Trade Custom
International Customs Organizations and Conventions
Bachelor of Management
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