Want to climb China’s Great Wall? Find out how, on 3/31…


An Information Session for the International Consulting Project (ICP) Asia will be held at the Boston College Carroll School of Management on March 31, 6:00pm – 6:30pm, in Fulton 245. You will have the opportunity to learn details about the upcoming trip (including travel dates and estimated costs), course requirements, as well as financial aid options that are available to those who enroll in ICP Asia.

Details on the application process will be sent out just prior to 3/31, and applications for the Fall 2014 ICP Asia class will be accepted following the Information Session. Enrollment in the course is limited and is subject to faculty approval, in consultation with the clients.


Have you ever dreamed of climbing the Great Wall of China? How about consulting to a Chinese firm in Beijing?

We are in the process of planning the Fall 2014 International Consulting Project Asia, a 3-credit course that involves consulting work during the fall semester on campus, with a trip to Beijing in January, 2015 to deliver the team’s recommendation personally to the client, at their offices. This is the 13th year in a row that this program has been offered, and the 12th with our current client.

A new, informational ICP Asia web site is available here, including student testimonials, videos, pictures, published articles in Chinese and English, and past project descriptions.

Depending on the client’s project pipeline, we are looking for potentially up to 14 outstanding students to be part of this class working in separate teams, and comprised of students from the full-time and evening MBA, MSF and MSA programs. Space permitting, students from the Boston College Law School and the Graduate School of Social Work will be invited to apply. We are starting the planning process now, as we hope to choose the projects, in part, based around the students’ academic and professional backgrounds.

Of course, if you have any questions beforehand, please contact Professor Gregory Stoller via email or telephone (617-233-5666).


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Gregory Stoller

Greg Stoller is actively involved in building entrepreneurship and international business programs at Boston University in the Questrom School of Business. He teaches courses in entrepreneurship, global strategy and management and runs the Asian International Management Experience Program, and the Asian International Consulting Project.

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