If you want to experience the remarkable growth of the Chinese economy, and open the door to Asia in the next stage of your career, an MBA from a leading Chinese business school is proving to be a smart move.
To find out why so many young professionals from around the world are now heading east, register for this informative information session hosted by BiMBA, Peking University's business school that was ranked #1 by Forbes and Fortune as China's most valued MBA program.
"MBA in China" Online Information Session
Date & Time: 10:00-11:00AM ( GMT + 8 ) March 18, 2012 (Sunday)
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An instruction on how to join the online meeting will be sent by email two days before the event.
Last year, over 250 companies offered job opportunities to BiMBA students, including JP Morgan, Apple, Deloitte, Accenture, Microsoft, Intel, IBM, Bayer, Caterpillar, Chevron, Johnson & Johnson and LVMH, offering a fast-track to some of the most exciting global career options in industry, consultancy, financial services and consumer goods.
Employers see a clear advantage in hiring international MBA graduates who do their MBA in China, especially those from BiMBA. And the alumni network is among the most influential in the country.
Founded in 1998 as the first joint international MBA program in Beijing approved by the Chinese government, the MBA program is accredited by AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA, and has been recognized by media around the world for the quality of its teaching.
Forbes ranked #1 for China's Most Valued Business School
Fortune ranked #1 for China's Most Valued Part-time MBA Program
Businessweek described BiMBA as MBA with a heart
Our partner school Vlerick is among the top business schools in Europe
The Economist ranked #10 in the world
FT ranked #1 in Europe for Value for Money
And Peking University, founded in 1898 with an alumni network in the highest offices of government and business Times Higher Education ranked #1 in China in the World University Rankings
Our location in Beijing, and the beautiful royal garden on the Peking University campus offers a connection beyond business, with a real understanding of Chinese culture and politics. And the school stands out for its international faculty - 45% from the US, 35% from Europe, and 20% from China.
The online information session is your chance to find out more about both the learning opportunity, the student experience, and career opportunities.
MBA Admission Office
Beijing International MBA at Peking University (BiMBA)