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.

A 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 a China-related business career
The Chinese MBA program is tailored for rising managers in China’s financial, investment and insurance sectors, as well as entrepreneurs seeking a deep understanding of financial markets and best practices in corporate finance. 
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.

 

October 31, 2016
Have Chinese tech firms found an easier route into Western markets than their manufacturing predecessors?
November 14, 2016
A less-than-healthy regulatory environment is holding back the Chinese pharmaceutical industry
November 07, 2016
How much sizzle remains in the world’s hottest tech startup scene?
November 23, 2016
China’s desire to become an elite football nation is having an impact on and off the pitch
November 21, 2016
Chinese companies are joining the driverless bandwagon
November 18, 2016
Singles day shopping means a celebration for shoppers and Alibaba, but it may not apply to the sellers
November 16, 2016
WeWork APAC’s Managing Director Ole Ruch says international connections give the firm an edge in China
 
EVENTS                                                  NEWS
October 11, 2016
Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business and NYU Shanghai have launched a strategic cooperation that could see the two schools launch a joint degree program as well as recruit professors who would teach at both institutions.

 

CKGSB Professor of Economics Li Wei completed a full media tour of London to introduce his Business Conditions Index (BCI) to a European audience, before discussing the prospects for China’s economy and its impact on global businesses to a packed crowd at London’s iconic Ritz Hotel.
CKGSB Professor of Economics Leslie Young outlines his alternative cure for Japan’s ills in an illuminating and humorous op-ed piece for Nikkei Asian Review.
Known as “the Warren Buffet of China”, Fosun’s Chairman and CKGSB alumnus Guo Guangchang is a formidable businessman. Founded in 1992, Fosun is a Chinese international conglomerate and investment company. In recent years, it has mainly focused on acquiring foreign firms in industries such as healthcare, tourism, fashion and banks. Most recently, it purchased English football club Wolverhampton Wanderers, with the aim of sending them back into the Premier League. Here are 9 facts you may not have known about the ambitious man behind it all.
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 
Sogou, run by current DBA student Wang Xiaochuan, be largely unknown in the rest of the world, but it is China’s third-largest internet search engine after Baidu and Qihoo 360. The company recently teamed up with Microsoft Bing to form an English-language search engine named Sogou English – another sign that Chinese companies are trying to extend their reach abroad.
Hstyle – also known as Handuyishe – was launched by entrepreneur and CKGSB student Zhao Yingguang in 2008. It’s a Korean-inspired fashion company built entirely on e-commerce websites and it’s fast becoming one of the most prominent places on the web.