If you quit your job, go back to school and spend 16 months doing a globally top-ranked MBA programme, what happens next? In other words, after you pick up your well-earned degree certificate, what career doors does an MBA open up, both internationally and here in China?
If you are an early-to-mid career professional in China and curious about the payoff of ‘mastering' business administration right here in Shanghai, we welcome you to join us in conversation with three international CEIBS MBA grads working at Tencent, Xiaomi and Coca-Cola. Join us as we pull back the curtain on the programme ranked #1 in Asia by the Financial Times, Forbes and Bloomberg Businessweek to hear about:
- Why do global and Chinese multinational firms seek out MBA graduates? And, for what roles?
- How much of the curriculum, from Financial Accounting to Re-Thinking Strategy in a Digital World, do MBA graduates use day-to-day?
- How can you fund the MBA through scholarships and financial aid?
- What does a typical day look like for MBAs both on campus, and after graduation in the workforce?
Who should attend?
Early-mid career professionals who are interested in pursuing an MBA. For reference, the average age of the current class is 30 with six years of work experience. Get to know them in the video below.