Location Harbin, China
Start date 2018-09-01
Apply untill 2018-08-31

Harbin University of Commerce

Field of interestsTourism

Academic Education Programs Sponsored by Ministry of Commerce PRC Master Programs in Tourism & Hotel Management

Founded in 1952, Harbin University of Commerce is the first multidisciplinary commerce-oriented university in China. It is one of the key university in Heilongjiang Province. It covers a total area of 1,165,500 ㎡, including an area of 645,100 ㎡for school buildings. The total number of full-time students is 25,078, with additional 1,673. students in post-graduation. Covering eight disciplines, Economics, Management, Engineering, Law, Literature, Science, Medicine (Pharmaceutical Science) and Art etc. The university consist of twenty-two schools, Institute of Commercial Economics and Institute of Commercial Engineering.

Established in 1959, the Tourism & Cuisine School has gained great popularity. Shangda Hotel, covering 18 thousand square meters, has been used as demonstration internship center by the school.

Capacity: 25 students for Master of Tourism and Hotel Management program,

Harbin is the capital and largest city of Heilongjiang province, People's Republic of China. The city is the eighth most populous Chinese city and the most populous city in Northeast China. With population of 5milion inhabitants (2010 census).

Harbin serves as a key political, economic, scientific, cultural, and communications hub in Northeast China, as well as an important industrial base of the nation. Having the most severely cold winters among main Chinese cities, Harbin is proclaimed as the Ice City for its well-known winter tourism and recreations. The city is notable for its beautiful ice sculpture festival in the winter. 

Founded in 1908, the Harbin Symphony Orchestra was China's oldest symphony orchestra. Harbin No.1 Music School was also the first music school in China, which was founded in 1928. Every year, thousands of youngsters visit the "Harbin Summer Music Concert". UNESCO recognizes China's Harbin as "The Music City" as part of the Creative Cities Network in 2010.


School of Tourism & Cuisine - Tourism and Hotel Management
Duration2 years