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Peking University: Guanghua School of Management ×

Accreditation: AACSB, EQUIS

Location: Beijing, China

Tuition fees $ 138,128 (€ 113,799)

Length (months) 22

Program type Guanghua- Kellogg Executive MBA

Program description:

The Guanghua-Kellogg Executive MBA Program is a global partnership between Peking University's Guanghua School of Management and Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management.

For the 21st century executive, the ability to navigate the challenges and opportunities of an increasingly dynamic and globalized business world is essential for success. This program seeks to take its global cohort and fashion global leaders; it augments the experience of its executives by providing a deeper understanding of theory and analytical tools; it features a moving classroom led by academics and business professionals full of rich, local expertise; and it equips executives with the business acumen and network necessary for success in China and worldwide. The Guanghua-Kellogg Executive MBA program provides a general management curriculum with a unique focus on China. Each module features various courses that are paired with seminars, tutorials and group studies that allow deeper interaction with the texts and theory.

Admission requirements:

  • Language Test: TOEFL 100 (minimum), IELTS 6.5 (minimum)
  • Age
    (Avg):
    39
  • Experience
    (Min/Avg):
    8/12
  • Managerial experience
    (Min):
    5
  • Other: * CV * Two letters of recommendation * Company introduction and organizational Chart * Letter of organizational support * Interview

Diversity:

  • Male/Female students: 65% / 35%
  • International students: 35%
  • Number of nationalities represented: 22

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