Facilities

International Business School Suzhou

International Business School Suzhou boasts excellent teaching facilities and study areas. In addition, all students have access to XJTLU’s extensive library resources and databases. If you want to know more information about our labs, please contact [email protected].

The new IBSS building on the South Campus has been put into use since early 2018.

To realise our fast-expanding research goals we also have a range of laboratories and hubs that facilitate research and foster business-academic collaboration, including:

IBSS Financial Lab and Trading Floor

We opened this financial lab, the first of its kind in Mainland China, in 2014. It is the result of a collaboration with Thomson Reuters, the world’s leading source of intelligent information for businesses and professionals.
Located in a dedicated space within the IBSS building, the Financial Lab serves as a training centre for students, business and staff. It aims to solidify the School’s standing not only as a leader of academic excellence, but also as a bridge between the study and application of business in a practical setting. The lab is equipped with Thomson Reuters “Eikon”, the company’s flagship financial trading system, providing students with insight into how financial professionals access and utilise information.

Innovation Hub and the International Technology Transfer Centre

The XJTLU China Innovation Hub and the International Technology Transfer Centre provide a collaborative ecosystem of innovative programmes and partnerships that drives economic and entrepreneurial development among XJTLU students and staff, as well as the broader community.

The hub organises conferences, competitions and events, and undertakes research, consulting and funding, provides mentoring, advice and support. It aims to be the leading university incubator of start-ups in China.

Research laboratory

IBSS is currently establishing a research laboratory that will support studies demanding intensive computational resources. The lab will also enable IBSS to centralise and share research resources, maintain essential data and archive academic staff and graduate student research and seminar papers.

Within this laboratory, some valuable research resources, such as Datastream, Lingo, SPSS and Matlab, will be moved to a new and powerful platform to satisfy the demand of computation-based, quantitative research such as solving complex optimisation/operational problems, simulation and calibration.

This laboratory will provide additional space for academic discussion and joint research, as well as for archiving seminar papers and backing up important research data.