The biggest Sino-Polish project organised by the Students’ Organization
for Law and Economy of China established at the University of Warsaw.
The recruitment to the 8th Edition is now open.
Warsaw-Beijing Forum: Youth for Business is a project organised by the Students’ Organization for Law and Economy of China established at the University of Warsaw. The Forum focuses on annual exchange of ideas through visits of students from the China University of Political Science and Law and the University of Warsaw, respectively in Warsaw in Spring and in Beijing in Autumn. The young professionals attend series of meetings and workshops led by high class experts, by means of which they gain essential knowledge, what certainly gives rise for success within the Polish and Chinese markets in the very near future.
Since its early days, the project has attracted a great attention of numerous partners, such as global law firms, multinational corporations and think-tanks. Accenture, Bird&Bird, CMS, Clifford Chance, SDZLegal Schindhelm, Linklaters, Mazars and many others are indeed remarkable examples of success, which present the participants with the idea of how to create a prosperous and effective business.
Thanks to the mutual cooperation of the China University of Political Science and Law and the University of Warsaw, numerous lectures take place, enabling students of both countries to obtain knowledge directly from aforementioned institutions’ most prominent experts. Moreover, Warsaw-Beijing Forum is an initative closely cooperating with the recently established Polish Research Centre for Law and Economy of China.
The Warsaw-Beijing Forum has not only been established in order to promote Poland in the People’s Republic of China, but also to overcome cultural and geographical barriers between the two countries. The purpose of the project is to demonstrate Polish culture as well as to boost interest in Poland as a country worth seeing for its landscapes and historical cities, delicious cuisine, tourist routes and impressive history.