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The Shanghai I5 Experience. Modular Course Structure. Week 1: Travel & Orientation Week 2: Opportunity Assessment Week 3: Intellectual Property Week 4: Financing Innovation Week 5: Moving into Operations Week 6: Communicating for Results. A Typical Day …. 8:30 to 12:00 Classroom TE

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modular course structure
Modular Course Structure
  • Week 1: Travel & Orientation
  • Week 2: Opportunity Assessment
  • Week 3: Intellectual Property
  • Week 4: Financing Innovation
  • Week 5: Moving into Operations
  • Week 6: Communicating for Results
a typical day
A Typical Day …
  • 8:30 to 12:00 Classroom TE
  • 12:00 to 1:30 Lunch Break
  • 1:30 to 3:00 China Topics
    • History, Economics & Modern Culture
  • 3:00 to 5:00 Team Time
  • 5:00 to 6:30 Optional Mandarin
  • Evenings free
a typical week
A Typical Week …
  • Monday, Tuesday & Wed
    • Topics in Technology Entrepreneurship
  • Thursday
    • Applying TE topics to China
  • Friday
    • Visiting companies & cities to observe TE
  • Saturday
    • Cultural exploration
  • Sunday - Free
a typical week end
A Typical Week-END …
  • Friday AM
    • Fly to Beijing, Xi’an or Jinan
  • Friday PM
    • Visit Chinese Company or VC Office
  • Saturday
    • See sights like the Great Wall, ancient gardens and temples
  • Sunday
    • Recover from all the excitement
key details
Key Details
  • Partners
    • Baylor University (School of ECS and Hankamer School of Business)
    • University of Shanghai for Science and Technology (USST)
    • Thunderbird University (MBA students)
  • Program design
    • 2007 launch with 40 slots (~10 each from Baylor, Thunderbird, USST and China-based Exec. Ed.)
    • 6 weeks / 6 credits (Technology Entrepreneurship + China culture, history + Multi-cultural teamwork units)
    • Corporate partners include Honeywell & Dow Chemical
    • Mid-term trip to Beijing, Great Wall & Forbidden City
    • Day/weekend plant trips and culture/history trips
program costs
Program Costs
  • Students will pay for 6 hours of summer tuition and their round-trip airfare
  • In addition, they will pay a $1500 program fee that covers:
    • Accommodations
    • Meals (during the week and weekends in Shanghai)
    • Planned Excursions
excursions
Excursions
  • Beijing and the Great Wall
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Excursions
  • Xi’an
application process
Application Process
  • Main Application
  • Personal Statement
  • BU Release Form
  • BU Medical Release Form
  • Two recent passport photos
  • Unofficial BU transcript
  • 1-page Resume
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Application Process
  • Passport
    • If you don’t have a passport, you need to get one as soon as possible:

http://travel.state.gov/passport/

    • You will also need a Chinese visa (tourist). We will send these applications in at one time (March or April 2006), and will need your passport, another passport photo, and a consulate fee of ~$50
application process2
Application Process
  • Applications are due December 1, 2006, for early application
  • Applications are due January 31, 2007, for regular application
  • Late applications are subject to availability and a late application fee
program fee
Program Fee
  • Program Fee includes:
    • room and board
    • excursions
  • Does NOT include:
    • Baylor tuition
    • airfare
    • books & supplies
    • other (unplanned) outings
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Program Fee:
  • Application Fee $ 300
  • Late Application Fee $ 150
  • Balance of Program Fee $1200

Total (on-time) $1500

Total (late) $1650