Equipped with open-mindedness and global vision, the School is actively engaged in undertaking academic cooperation with colleagues from both home and abroad. The School has established sound cooperative relationships with business schools from many countries and regions such as the U.S., France, Germany, Australia, Korea, Japan, Hong Kong and Taiwan. For example, in cooperation with Japan’s Tohoku University, high level international conferences and international academic exchanges are jointly hosted on a regular basis; the School has entered into an agreement with Monash University and others in Australia to conduct joint research in the field of resource economy and made tentative effort for building Sino-Australian Economic Research Center. Meanwhile, the School has made use of various channels to send excellent students for overseas exchange studies. So far, it has sent over a hundred of exchange students to many prestigious universities across the world such as Columbia University, Fordham University in the U.S., Kyung Hee University in Korea, the University of Melbourne in Australia, Université Rennes 2 – Haute Bretagne and North Calais International Trade Institute and Burgundy School of Business and Universitaire Leonard de Vinci in France, University Ulm and University Hannover and Aachen Institute of Technology in Germany, City University of Hong Kong. As the School is sending students for overseas studies, it also enrolls extensively overseas students. The School has set up the first full English teaching master degree program for overseas students in the university, which has accelerated the process of the School’s internationalization.