To apply for this postgraduate programme, you need to fulfill the following requirements:

  • A recognised international undergraduate degree (Bachelor, Diploma)
  • Four-year Bachelor's degree (China) or at least 180 ECTS credit points
  • Professional experience increases the chances of submission
  • Excellent knowledge of English equivalent to a TOEFL certificate of at least ibt 79 points or cbt 213 points, IELTS with an overall band score of 6.5 or other equivalent certificates
  • Letter of motivation
  • CV including study terms or internships abroad
  • Interview


Programme Start: September 2019

  • Non-EU-citizens: 30 May 2019 (due to visa processing time)
  • EU-citizens: 30 August 2019
  • Applicants from non-European countries should bear in mind that it takes time to have a visa processed (approx. 4 months).

Applications received after this date are only included in the selection process for the current year if there are still places available.

Since the programme has a limited number of places, we strongly advise candidates to apply early.

Please note that applicants from the People's Republic of China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Macau need to send additionally a complete application (hard copies) to:

Southwestern University of Finance and Economics (SWUFE)
College of International Education
Prof. Wang Xin, Academic Director
No. 55 Guanghuacun Str.
Chengdu 610074

International students send your application documents to bps-ceebs(at) and attach the following required documents:

  • copy of your undergraduate university degree and transcript of records
  • proof of work experience (e.g. reference letters)
  • proof of English skills (certification must be less than three years old)
  • CV/resume
  • letter of motivation explaining your choice of programme
  • copy of your passport or ID
Please note:

If your references or other documents are neither in English nor German, you will have to arrange for them to be translated into one of these two languages. The translations have to be officially certified; in this case, you will also have to supply the originals.

Students of the  Master programme Chinese-European Economics and Business Studies