Have you ever dreamed of climbing the Great Wall of China? How about consulting to a Chinese firm in Beijing? The International Consulting Project is an MBA course that involves consulting work during the fall semester on campus, with a trip to Asia in to deliver the team’s recommendation personally to the client at their offices.
Examples of past projects and more background can be found here and here. This will be the 17th engagement with the same client in Beijing, which is a boutique strategy consulting firm. Much of the past students’ work over the years has both been implemented and widely published in the Chinese business press.
PROGRAM FEE $2,400
The original program fee of $3,400 has been reduced to $2,400 by the generosity of Questrom donors. This program fee includes round-trip airfare, airport taxes/transfers, lodging – double occupancy, 60% meals while in Beijing, local transportation, and various sightseeing excursions.
Cost of tuition not included.
Incidental costs are estimates based on past years.
Learn more from SI868 Professor, Greg Stoller, who will discuss detailed program information, program fees, and the enrollment process. If you cannot attend or have any questions, please contact Sam Buote in the Grad Center.
Thursday, February 8th
5:30 – 6:30 p.m.
Monday, February 12th
6:00 – 7:00 p.m.
Application Process & Policies
This seminar is available as a Fall elective and is open to all students.
Applications for SI868 International Consulting Project will be accepted via online application below starting at 7:00 a.m. on February 14th.
Students have 48 hours from the time of their submission to submit a $500 deposit (check/money order made out to “Trustees of Boston University”) to the Grad Center in order for their application to be considered complete. This deposit will be cashed upon acceptance to the course and is nonrefundable.
Applications will be reviewed, and you will receive notification via email of your enrollment status once a decision has been made. If admitted, the Grad Center will manually register you for the course.