The goals of this internship are for students to enhance their knowledge, acquire basic skills they learned in the classes and group courses. During the experiments, students are expected to be more familiar with the computer operating system, and incorporate theory into the conceptualization with scientific outlook. In addition, students are able to understand the operation mode of international trade, such as logistics, capital flow and business flow.
Students are required to work 32 credit hours during the internship. At the simulation platform, students are expected to complete the whole process of international trade, from trade negotiation to trade settlement.