Nov. 24, 2022 | School of Economics and Management
On November 19, the national final of 2022 China University Business Elite Challenge (Business Simulation of International Trade) which was held online came to an end. Three participating teams made up of students from International Business of SSPU School of Economics and Management excelled in the student competition. The team of "SHANGHAI SHINY-LINK GARMENT CO., LTD." won the first prize. The team of "SHANGHAI CAFFEC CO., LTD." and the team of "SHANGHAI HAPPY WARM TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD." respectively won the second and the third prize. Teachers Yao Li and Yu Huan from School of Economics and Management respectively won the first prize and the second prize in the teacher competition. 7 instructors from International Business were awarded the title of Excellent Guiding Teacher and SSPU as Best Organizer.
The competition was jointly hosted by Commercial Sub-council of China Council for the Promotion of International Trade, China Chamber of International Commerce, the Commerce Economy Association and China Convention/Exhibition/Event Society. It was co-organized by China Modern Service Industry Vocational Education Group and organized by Commercial Sub-council of China Council for the Promotion of International Trade. About 2,500 contestants of 246 participating teams (including 229 undergraduate teams) from 128 colleges and universities across the country entered the national final. The competition is the largest professional competition and innovative practice activity in the field of international economic and trade education in China.
Launched in 2011, China University Business Elite Challenge (Business Simulation of International Trade) has been held for 12 consecutive years. It has been included in the ranking list of discipline competitions published by the China Association of Higher Education since 2021. It is currently the only competition for international trade major in the ranking list. Due to the epidemic, the 2022 China University Business Elite Challenge (Business Simulation of International Trade) was held online for the first time.