NYIT's Center for International Business Studies (CIBS) promotes the internationalization of business education, guided by NYIT's mission of providing a career-oriented professional education, offering access to opportunity for all qualified students, and supporting applications-oriented research. With its focus on international initiatives, CIBS seeks to develop institutional partnerships, resource integration, and interregional cooperation. Furthermore, it prepares students and other stakeholders for the challenges of working in an increasingly globalized business environment.
CIBS promotes the globalization of business programs by strengthening NYIT's international business curriculum and content, integrating contemporary and emerging global perspectives, and developing cooperative degree programs with reputable foreign universities to cultivate cross-cultural academic and professional opportunities.
CIBS, in its role as NYIT's vehicle to reach the international business community, seeks to develop and strengthen connections with various business and professional organizations. It engages guest speakers from the international business field, encourages alumni participation in school activities, and organizes business seminars, workshops, and forums, all designed to strengthen the career readiness and advancement opportunities for our students.
CIBS pursues collaborations with international corporations, colleges, and other nonprofit institutions to deliver an executive-level management education. These programs are designed to address participants' specific needs, are cohort-based in an intensive format, and have a practical orientation. More specifically, CIBS engages in management certificate programs, executive M.B.A. programs, and business consulting projects that service the business community.
CIBS promotes career-oriented professional education, enriching in-class learning by developing study abroad programs, academic service opportunities, internship and practicum with overseas partners, and opportunities to join professional organizations and participate in professional conferences.
CIBS supports applications-oriented research that advances the knowledge of NYIT's international business students while encouraging collaboration among global partner institutions.
In today's dynamic world, opportunities come and go. CIBS takes a proactive approach to coping with environmental uncertainty by managing its operations via a strategic process, with input from experienced members of its advisory board, interaction with international partner institutions, and involvement of active alumni supporters.
If you are interested in pursuing the study in NYIT or would like to get more information, please contact NYIT China Office:
Mr. Lin Liming (Jacky)
Director of China Office
New York Institute of Technology
Phone: 86.21.6113 2338
Fax: 86.21.6113 2335
Add: 789 Zhaojiabang Road, Junyao International Plaza Suite 19E, Shanghai, China 200030
School of Management