Levin Institute Certificate Programs
Program Certificate Sponsors:
the Levin Institute of the State University of New York (SUNY) and the New York in China Center.
This program is customized for the Chinese entrepreneurs to develop leadership and senior level management skills while learning about global markets international business practices. The program will focus on cross-cultural communication and contrasting business cultures and, will examine what it takes to be an effective leader or manager.
SUNY Levin Institute’s innovative approach to education begins with a dedicated faculty of senior fellows and scholars from SUNY and other major universities. It includes facilitators, coaches and mentors to support individualized, peer-to-peer learning. We enrich our instruction with practitioners from leading companies and institutions in New York City.
SUNY Levin Institute develops learning models to help students and working professionals acquire the skills to compete in the 21st Century. We conduct research and public engagement initiatives that deepen knowledge about the global economy and society. We foster global and local collaborative relationships among institutions of higher education and other entities in the public, private, and nonprofit sectors. SUNY Levin Institute’s mission is to support New York’s and the nation’s economic and social vitality through innovative and competitive responses to the challenges of today’s global economy.
The State University of New York is the largest comprehensive university system in the United States, educating more than 467,000 students in more than 7,500 degree and certificate programs on 64 campuses with nearly 3 million alumni around the globe.
The New York in China Center (“NYICC or Center”) is an affiliate of the New York City based Asian American Business Development Center. In 2008, AABDC opened its first New York in China Center in Beijing. The Center’s main functions are to facilitate business, investment, technology and cultural exchanges between New York and China with the aim of promoting inward investment into New York State and assisting New York businesses enter the China market. With offices in New York, Beijing, Shanghai, Hangzhou and Dalian, the NYICC is well positioned to support business development and generate investment opportunities in those areas and beyond.