The TourismManagement Program with specialization in tourism services management and international tour guides has eight full-time faculty members, with three professors and two associate professors. The Program has an internship studio and a simulated travel services company named Hera, which is run independently by the students. In addition to classroom lectures, the Program provides students with opportunities for on-site learning and global travel promotion training. IT-based information management systems for travel agencies and hotels are being introduced to the Program. The student exchange program in partnership with the University of Central Lancashire (UClan) in Britain allows students to have an enriching international learning experience. Faculty members also involve students in their research projects based on students' specific academic interests to advance their research skills and broaden their horizons. The students have received many prizes, awards, and honors, such as the Grand Prize in the National EnglishContest and the Third Prize in the Challenge Cup of the NationalEntrepreneurial Design Competition contested by university students nationwide. The Program strives to become a preeminent think tank providing expert policy advice to tourism authorities in Shanghai and beyond. Graduates from the Tourism Management Program have good employment prospects, and some choose to further their studies in domestic and overseas universities, for example, in 2011, many students have admitted to master's programs in renowned universities such as BeijingUniversity, Fudan University, Shanghai University of Finance andEconomics, University of Central Lancashire, and Swiss HotelManagement School.