A full-time, 14-month program that provides an in-depth knowledge of China and a firm grounding in Western business theory and practices. Ideal for those seeking an international business career.
A part-time, 18-month program for senior executives with classes in London, Johannesburg, Shanhai, Lausanne and Beijing. Students earn two degrees and become part of two of the world's most exclusive alumni networks.
Unique courses in China, the US and the UK for individuals who need to learn how to do business in China and with Chinese companies. Taught by our world-class faculty, these programs provide knowledge and networks.
Tailor-made for the needs of your company, our custom programs give your team the context and understanding they need to work in the China market.
Held at one of our offices worldwide, or at your company, as you wish.
DISCOVER OUR CHINA KNOWLEDGE AND BUSINESS INSIGHTS
Jan 27, 2016
Alibaba is tightening the screws on fake goods being sold on its e-commerce platforms, but can it really stay a step ahead of counterfeiters?
Jan 26, 2016
A host of factors including the economic slowdown have hurt luxury brands in China. But all is not lost.
Jan 25, 2016
The slowdown is denting the fortunes of luxury in China. How can luxury brands counter the decline? 
 
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Jan 29, 2016
Effectively reaching consumers is the heart of every company's marketing strategy. A long-popular marketing practice bases customers' candidacy for campaigns on their most recent, frequent or lucrative transactions. But research by professors at CKGSB and Carnegie Mellon's Tepper School of Business argues that companies can boost profit by embracing a data-driven, long-term view of the consumer.

 

Jan 28, 2016
CKGSB students gain deep insights on biggest O2O trends in China by studying original business cases developed by world class faculty
LEARN ABOUT CHINA FROM OUR WORLD-CLASS FACULTY
As part of CNBC’s monthly Inside China documentary series, CKGSB Professor Mei Jianping gives his thoughts on oversupply in the real estate area, given past investment in the sector, and discusses the potential issues caused by slowing 
As part of CNBC’s monthly Inside China documentary series, CKGSB Professor Mei Jianping gives his thoughts on oversupply in the real estate area, given past investment in the sector, and discusses the potential issues caused by slowing disclosures.
CKGSB Professor of Finance Gan Jie’s latest survey results on China’s industrial economy continue to make a splash in media from around the world, largely thanks to the unparalleled detail of her research and methodology, which together garner fact-based conclusions that are especially welcome given the notorious unreliability of official data.
CONNECT WITH CHINA'S CURRENT AND FUTURE LEADERS
For a company that claims its ultimate goal isn’t making profits, Haidilao has done well for itself. The restaurant chain reaps an annual 300 million renminbi in annual sales. CEO Zhang Yong, EMBA ’10, who founded the first restaurant fifteen years ago in Jianyang, Sichuan province, has presided over the company’s expansion to 75 outlets in big cities like Beijing, Shanghai and Xi An.
Welcome to CKGSB! Our alumni group is recognized as one of the most exclusive in China. You will be connected to China’s most successful private entrepreneurs, leaders of China’s largest state-owned enterprises, and top regional executives at multinational corporations
Listen to the perspectives of four of our recent MBA graduates, including their background, career aspirations, and how CKGSB has shaped their professional 
Founder Zhu Guo Fan, alumnus of CKGSB's EMBA program (2009), started off selling kebabs. His company now employs over 30,000 people.
As a top executive at Greentown Holdings, one of China's leading property developers, Luo Zhaoming (EMBA 17th intake) looks for innovative ways to improve residents' quality of life.