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 Post subject: Why Study MBA in China
PostPosted: Mon Mar 16, 2009 3:47 am 
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It is a popularity for foreign students to study MBA programmer in China. What made them to do so? What are the advantages to study business school in China?
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To young entrepreneurs, embarking on an MBA is one way to explore and exploit the fast-paced economic environment of China, especially when it has become imperative to find guidance in understanding such an uncertain environment. But how does an MBA graduate know his or her worth on graduation? What is the return on investment of an MBA?

Graduates have commented that social networks built on the courses have been most valuable, sometimes inspiring them to take on entrepreneurial projects they previously thought as too risky. These courses are often used to negotiate business deals, hire talent, and even form new companies.

Salary increases is one of the tempting reason, as the return can be harvested three to five years after graduation. Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) was a local business school to make the Financial Times' most recent list of the world's top 100 MBA programmes, their graduates averaged a relatively modest 85% salary increase. The MBA programme at the China-European Institute of Business in Shanghai averaged graduate salary increases of 154%.

Earning an MBA in the West used to have its prestige, but now Chinese students prefer to study close to home because it avoids an unnecessary career-break during which they could lose sight of the Chinese business environment and their business contacts.

This is not only a trend in China, but also in the West. A few years ago, the majority of Westerners would not have considered an MBA in China, but now they are flocking in the tens of thousands to get a place in a Chinese business school.
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 Post subject: Re: Why Study MBA in China
PostPosted: Sat Mar 06, 2010 4:58 am 
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I'm a current student at Tsinghua University's International MBA program and would like to share some information with you about our program. I volunteer with our Student Ambassador Program to answer questions prospective applicants may have about our MBA or doing MBA's in China.

There are a number of MBA's in China with a particular focus on the international community, including CEIBS in Shanghai, Peking University's Guanghua program and my own Tsinghua IMBA in Beijing. Doing an MBA in China is an excellent way to differentiate oneself in an increasingly competitive MBA market, and frankly speaking few things beat first-hand experience in China if you have interest in doing business with/in China.

Tsinghua is undoubtedly one of the most prestigious brand names you can have out here - just ask anybody in China! Our program's oriented towards providing international students with exposure to local Chinese students, and vice-versa. Of the 125 students in my class, over 45% are international from 16 different countries, excluding HK, Macao and Taiwan. Many of China's domestic rankings have consistently placed us as the #1 MBA in China, and we also have the largest number of formal exchanges (~87) of any MBA program in Asia.

If you have any questions about the Tsinghua IMBA or doing an MBA in China, please don't hesitate to contact one of our student ambassadors at: http://mba.sem.tsinghua.edu.cn/mba/tabi ... fault.aspx
We also have our next Class of 2012 application deadline coming up on 15-March, information for which is available here: http://mba.sem.tsinghua.edu.cn/mba/tabi ... fault.aspx

Thanks for reading!
The Tsinghua Student Ambassador Program


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