Conducting Business in Chile (CMIX)

Years Active: 2007 - 2021 past

2-week exchange program in Chile for Tsinghua University MBA students

Applications: Closed


Applications: Closed


Santiago, Chile


MBA students attending Tsinghua University School of Economics & Management

About the Program

Created in 2007 by Andrónico Luksic, this two-week business study tour is now financed by Banco de Chile with the name “China-Chile Management Immersion Experience (CMIX)”. MBA students from the Tsinghua University School of Economics and Management and the Universidad Católica MBA program join forces to develop a new business plan during their two-week journey to Chile and China respectively. In addition to the academic project and lectures on campus, the students visit cultural sites and various companies in Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Santiago, Valparaíso, and Concepción. The students are accompanied by two professors as well during their overseas experience. This is now one of the longest running exchange programs between these two countries and aims to continue to develop bridges and networks between these Pacific allies.

Candidates will be awarded scholarships and/or funding directly from the university to which they apply. The university is exclusively responsible for selection and admissions decisions, and does so at its complete discretion and, subject only to the eligibility conditions established by the respective program. The Luksic Scholars Foundation has no participation or influence in the application processes, admissions decisions, or awarding of scholarships.

what scholars say

I think there are large potential cooperation opportunities between Chile and China. I really hope this program will last long and more Chinese and Chilean students will connect and make friends with each other!”

Qingbo Chen, 2018
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