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IUP visit ANZ
A visit to ANZ, the Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited, the fourth largest bank in Australia, was organized by IUP on this Wednesday (Aug 3, 2011). Participants included the 12 students of D1-A, Howard Xie, representative of NIT, and three teachers from the department.
The purpose of the visit was to expose students to the banking industry, to provide them with the opportunity to learn about banking, financial services and the vital role of banks in their communities, and to improve their critical thinking and communication skills with professionals.
The visiting group arrived at ANZ Beijing Branch, located at No. 79, Jianguo Road, Chaoyang District, at 4:30 p.m. Jiang Ying, general manager of the branch, gave them a detailed description of ANZ, covering its history, competitive advantages, and business areas. Students got a better understanding of the banking industry through interactions with the manager, were impressed by the dedications and professionalism of their staff, and decided to devote greater effort to their academic study.
(The University of Greenwich )
The Business School has over 4,000 students and around 150 academic staff, located at the Greenwich Campus in south-east London. The Greenwich Campus includes an excellent library with computing and learning facilities.
The teaching staffs have both academic and professional qualifications and bring a wealth of real business awareness and experience. They are supported by a range of business executives from Canary Wharf and the City who run a programmer of guest lectures.
Business success worldwide can only be achieved through people. Managers need to be educated to respond rapidly, flexibly and effectively to the ever increasing pace of change in the business world.
It is a complex task to develop programmers which provide an understanding of a range of business disciplines closely linked to their practical applications, and to facilitate the development of individual management skills.
At the Business School we have achieved the right balance. Academic learning is related to real-life business situations. The staff's wealth of international business and teaching experience is combined with a commitment to take time to support the particular learning needs of each student.
- by Christina Hu
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