CKGSB MBA Beijing
Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business offers a comprehensive one-year, full time MBA program in Beijing. Founded in November 2002 by Li Ka-shing, Asia's most successful entrepreneur, Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business is China's first private, non-profit, and independent business school.
*World-Class Faculty with a Global Perspective
CKGSB is the only business school in China with the reputation and resources to attract faculty from top business schools such as Wharton, Stanford, NYU, and INSEAD. The majority of CKGSB faculty members were born and raised in China before leaving to study and teach abroad. Their bicultural backgrounds have endowed them with a valuable capacity to interpret global business in the context of both China and the West.
*Thought Leaders on Business in China
CKGSB faculty, through their on-the-ground research and close relationships with leading domestic executives, provide global thought leadership on both the theory and the practical reality of real-life business in China. They consistently generate important insights into areas that are poorly understood outside of China, such as the globalization strategies of Chinese companies and competition and collaboration among state-owned enterprises, private businesses and multinationals.
* The CKGSB MBA
- A full-time, English-language MBA program in Beijing, China.
- 12-month program, plus several months for thesis work; the year begins with three weeks of pre-term in October, with classes starting the first week of November
- Application Requirements: Bachelor's Degree or higher; 2 years of full-time work experience (minimum); GMAT or GRE score; Fluency in English
- Statistics: 2009 Intake: Class Size: 56; Average Age: 29; Average Years of Work Experience: 6; Average GMAT Score: 700; Percent Female: 32%; Percent International: 28%
The only private school in China accredited by the Chinese Ministry of Education
International Student Requirements:
Bachelor's Degree or higher; 2 years of full-time work experience (minimum); GMAT or GRE score; Fluency in English