Interaction with Enterprises

In addition to its continuous efforts on teachingand academic research, USST Business School has paid great attentions to cementties with different kinds of organizations and enterprises. Students in Business School gain in-depth experience through professional engagement activities such as internships and enterprise visits, which allows them toapply the theoretical knowledge they acquired in class to real-world situations and practice. In this way, they deepen their understanding of business ethics and corporate responsibility and strengthen essential skills in leadership,communication, problem-solving, creativity, and responsibility. The students emerge as knowledgeable, socially aware, well-rounded individuals with great potential in careers that have a lasting impact on society. Professional engagement activities of Business School include: 

(1)  University-Enterprise Cooperative Bases. BusinessSchool adheres to the tenet, The University and enterprises learn fromeach other, cooperate, and win together for a shared tomorrow.Accordingly, the School has currently established comprehensive strategicpartnership and long-term cooperation relationships with more than 20well-known organizations and enterprises, such as Institute of Scientific andTechnical Information of China (ISTIC), CHINA Development Bank Co.,Ltd,International Business Machine Corporation (IBM), China, NO.23 ResearchInstitute of China Electronics Technology Group, China Petrochemical GroupJiangsu Petroleum Exploration Bureau, Shanghai Municipal Electric PowerCompany, Victory Oil Field, etc. Through joint resources and the strongconnection between classroom teaching and exterior practice, the Schoolsucceeds in stimulating student attention, curiosity, interest, motivation, andenthusiasm for learning, creative thinking, and innovative practices. A notableexample of cooperation is the Pangyuan Group, which has set up the PangyuanScholarship in the School of Business.  Forsix consecutive years, the scholarship has provided financial assistance tostudents in financial need who have an outstanding academic performance. TheGroup also provides internships for these students.

(2)  Alumni Involvement. Counselors andstudents in Business School work closely with the USST Alumni Association toinvolve University alumni in student affairs and learning activities. Theyinvite alumni from different provinces and regions to campus to speak abouttheir work experience and the entrepreneurial process. When the alumni arriveat the School, they organize their talk into reports that provide employment orentrepreneurial guidance to the students.

(3)  Investigate in Corporate. Eachyear, Business School provides opportunities for students to investigate incorporate to get knowledge of the company’s requirements. Through interviewsand discussions with Human Resources personnel, students learn about theemployment needs and job requirements of various companies, and even thecompetency of employed graduates. Organization and analysis of the informationcollected provides a useful basis for professional instruction and careerguidance in Business School.

(4)  Corporate Visits. Business Schoolregularly arranges for students to visit different corporations to observefirst-hand the actual operations of the corporation and to learn the latestinnovations and technology through direct observation. Every year, studentsvisit the Shanghai Pangyuan Construction Machinery Leasing Co., Ltd. Othernotable examples of corporate visits include: Baosteel Corporation in 2012;Shanghai-Volkswagen and Motor Museum in 2013; China Bank in 2014 (to learnabout the global financial portal; CUP in 2015 (to explore the development ofthe chip on bank cards); Ctrip in 2016.

(5)  Lectures by Experts and Scholars. Each year,Business School hosts many academic, practical, and skills lectures by experts,scholars, and alumni with successful careers in the fields of economics,finance, management, international business and trade, taxation, accounting,and entrepreneurship. Examples of lectures will be displayed in lobby.

  • The Ladder of AcademicCareers: How Should the Teacher and the Students Get Along and the Entrance toAcademic Study

  • Self-OrganizedExercises of Group Robots Based on Exchange of Sites

  • Grid Modernization:Challenges, Opportunities, and Solutions

  • Why People DoGood---S-Theory As a Theory Of Everyone's Prosaically Behavior &Volunteering

  • Statistical QualityControl in a Service Environment

  • The SimplifiedSelf-Consistent Probabilities Method for Percolation and Its Application toInterdependent Networks

  • A Stochastic Model forRisk Management in Global Supply Chain Networks

  • Complex Systems andEmergence: How Theory Meets Reality

  • Complex Networks inHuman Activities

  • Monte Carlo andRenormalization Group Approach to Critical Phenomena

  • Stock Market Volatilityand Equity Return: Evidence from Two-State Markov-Switching Modeling withRegressions

  • Molecular Models ofBiological Evolution and the Origin of Life

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