International Module

Backed by its networks of prominent financial institutions and individuals within the Western world, the program offers opportunities for students to have hands-on experience with Western business models and financial culture. Access to financial project information and business opportunities will also be made possible.

The international module is subdivided into US and European modules, which are comprised of classroom learning and field visits. The modules are designed to help students broaden their horizons, identify differences, change their ways of thinking, and explore innovation. Our partner universities and colleges will provide students of the SAIF Finance EMBA Program with informative frontier courses to be taught by the best professors of their faculties. After completing the international module, students will be awarded a certificate of advanced finance and management.

  • SAIF Overseas Module on the East Coast, USA

    Partnered with:
    The Wharton School of the University Pennsylvania
    Courses:
    Global Financial Markets
    China-US Relations: Opportunities and Challenges
    Portfolio and Wealth Management
    Venture Capital
    Value Creation Driven by Financial Management
    Company visits:
    American International Group (AIG)
    Goldman Sachs Asset Management (GSAM)
    Credit Suisse

  • SAIF Overseas Module in the UK

    Partnered with:
    Imperial College London
    Courses:
    International Relations: Global Macro-economy
    Brexit & China-UK Economic and Trading Prospects
    Fin-Tech
    Big Data & Artificial Intelligence
    Interaction between Venture Capital and Technology
    Energy and Material Innovations
    Company visits:
    Data Observatory
    Center for Bio-inspired Technology
    Cavendish Laboratory
    Bloomberg L.P.
    Canary Wharf Group

  • SAIF Overseas Module in Singapore

    Partnered with:
    National University of Singapore (NUS)
    Courses:
    Operations and Current Issues of Asian Financial Centers
    Innovative Fin-Tech Regulation
    Wealth Management & Portfolio
    Management & Leadership in AI era
    China-US Relations and its Effects on Finance
    China-Singapore Collaboration & the Belt and Road Initiative
    Company visits (TBD):
    DBS Bank (The Development Bank of Singapore Limited)
    Temasek Holdings
    GIC Private Limited (Government of Singapore Investment Corp.)

  • Overseas Partners

    Massachusetts Institute of Technology

    Stanford Graduate School of Business

    Yale School of Management

    The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania

    Haas School of Business of UC Berkeley

    London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)

    Columbia University

    Imperial College London

    London Business School

    The School of Business of the University of Lausanne, Switzerland

    Georgetown University

    IE Business School, Spain

    Booth School of Business of the University of Chicago

  • Companies visited

    The Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation

    Credit Suisse Group

    Morgan Stanley

    Bloomberg Business

    International Monetary Fund

    Entrust Inc.

    Federal Reserve Bank (Gold Vault)

    Goldman Sachs

    New York Stock Exchange

    Intel Corporation

    United Nations Headquarters

    American International Group

    London Stock Exchange

    United Bank of Switzerland

    Franklin Templeton Investments

    Bank of England

    The Vanguard Group

    American International Group

    Microsoft Corporation

    Financial Service Authority, UK

    The Blackstone Group

    Google Inc.

    Wells Fargo

    World Bank Headquarters

    International Finance Corporation

    Draper University of Heroes

    Autodesk Inc.