Team and Contact

Jan Wüstenfeld, MSc.
Room: GD 03.319
Tel: +49 234 32-23421
Email: wiwi-international[at]
Visiting hours: by appointment via email

Application Deadline

  • Spring semester:
    20th October 2020
  • Autumn semester:
    No application possible due to covid-19


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Student exchange with the Peking University HSBC Business School (PHBS) (China)


Two students enrolled in one of the master’s studies programmes offered at the Faculty of Management and Economics have the opportunity to spend one semester at the Peking University HSBC Business School (PHBS). The PHBS was founded in 2004. On August 30, 2008, the HSBC Bank donated funds to support the school. This was later proven to be a successful model of China’s educational modernization through collaboration between a top university in China and a world-class financial institution.

Located in the thriving entrepreneurial city of Shenzhen and immediately adjacent to the financial hub of Hong Kong, PHBS lies at the very heart of one of the world’s most promising metropolitan areas. Along with the cutting-edge academic research of Peking University, PHBS is enhancing the connections between Hong Kong and mainland China, and the relationship between China and the world. PHBS commits itself to fostering research expertise, providing students with a solid theoretical foundation, and maintaining an international standard in designing learning and career opportunities for our current students and graduates.

Costs, scholarships and funding

Students need to pay for transportation and living expenses. A tuition fee will not be charged. Detailed information about funding opportunities whilst studying abroad is provided by the International Office and can be found here.


The HSBC offers accommodation (single and double rooms) for international students. For more details about costs, size and facilities please refer to the PHBS website.

Academic calendar

Autumn semester 2019: 3rd September 2019 – 19th January 2020
Spring semester 2020: 17th February 2020 — 7th June 2020

Further information about relevant dates are provided by the HSCB Business School and can be found here.

Courses offered

More information about the courses offered can be found here.

Application Process

Applicants are required to submit the following documents:

  • Bachelor certificate
  • Official transcripts (in English)
  • Personal statement (in English)
  • Curriculum vitae (in English)