Leaders go back to school – Debbie Harrison

From the Financial Times (link):

As China’s economy continues to grow – pushing 10 per cent per annum – Beijing and Shanghai are home to a growing number of schools that have forged links with their counterparts in the US, UK, Australia, continental Europe and Hong Kong, all dedicated to developing MBA and part-time executive MBA programmes that put students on the fast track to world business leadership.

These joint ventures enable ambitious south-east Asian and western students to develop a vital two-way flow of management culture and business experience.

Clearly one of the significant attractions of the international school, whatever its origin, is its ability to introduce China’s future business leaders to their counterparts in other economies.

See also BusinessWeek’s China MBA special feature (link), which includes profiles of top Chinese business schools and stories of programs and people.

Also an interview (link) by China Daily with Hu Dayuan, domestic President of Beijing International MBA at Peking University, about MBA education in China.

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