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MBA Events

  • 2016-11-09 · Beijing

    Join CKGSB’s Visiting Professor Wang Yanbo for an evening dissecting the business-model of crowd-sourcing, as well as learn about the CKGSB MBA program to advance your business career.

  • 2016-09-10 · Various cities

    Join CKGSB at the QS World MBA Tour in Toronto, Vancouver, New York, Dubai, Houston, Paris, Milan, London, Silicon Valley, Hong Kong, and many more!

  • 2016-07-26 · Melbourne & 2016-07-28 · Sydney

    Join us in Melbourne & Sydney for an illuminating and engaging afternoon to begin the next step in your global career. There will also be the chance to interact with CKGSB alumni as they share the impact that the school has had on their professional development. 

  • 2016-05-24 · New York

    Dean’s Distinguished Chair Professor of Finance and Associate Dean for the MBA Program at CKGSB Li Haitao will share his insights and host a special networking session with CKGSB students and alumni in New York.

  • 2016-03-19 · Seoul

    Want to keep up with the latest developments in China’s economy, capital markets, and O2O trends?  Join CKGSB & Fast Campus on Saturday March 19 in Seoul for an enlightening morning on the newest insights around China’s ever-changing economy.  The lecture will feature CKGSB’s Dean’s Distinguished Chair Professor of Finance, Prof. LI Haitao.

  • 2016-01-21 · Beijing

    Highly anticipated mentorship program scheduled for kick-off in January.

  • 2015-09-12 · Various cities

    Join CKGSB at the QS World MBA Tour in Toronto, New York, Washington DC, London and Singapore to fast track your MBA application.

  • 2015-07-18 · Various US cities

    Our friendly admissions team will be at the CKGSB booth during the upcoming MBA Tour. As part of the MBA Tour, CKGSB will be visiting 7 major US cities this month. Learn more about CKGSB’s world-class MBA program and chat with our team.

  • 2015-03-28 · Wuhan

    On Saturday March 28th 2015, students in Wuhan will have the opportunity to interact with our professors and admissions team to learn more about the English-language MBA program. During the event, our world-class faculty will discuss their latest research and case studies, and give advice about the career development of a young professional in China. Faculty in attendance will include Professor of Marketing Li Yang, whose research focuses on big data marketing analytics, with an emphasis on pricing, consumer choice and competitive strategy. Prof Li earned his doctorate at Columbia University. He has previously worked for the United Nations in New York and has consulted for Tencent and Baidu, among others.

  • 2014-09-03 · Seoul

    “The recent Chinese President Xi Jinping and Chinese business tycoons’ visit to Seoul have further bolstered Sino-Korea political and economic ties. Closer ties between the two countries created more opportunities and at the same time fostered greater challenges for Korean companies to grow in China market,” says Cho Dong-Sung, Professor of Strategy and Director of China-Korea CEO Program, CKGSB. Cho suggested that Korean companies should quickly adapt to a new global standard in order to grow along with China which is inevitably the most important market for Korean businesses.

  • 2014-06-12 · New York

    CKGSB MBA presents a unique event that brings together young professionals and business people from around the world at CKGSB’s New York branch. Hosted by CKGSB’s MBA program, the evening will gather entrepreneurs, international professionals, members of New York’s Chinese business community, and business leaders in finance and global trade to network and forge a greater understanding between the business communities in China and the United States.

  • 2014-06-11 · New York

    Chinese companies are on the move. Over the last decade, more and more Chinese companies expanded internationally and have operations abroad. At the same time, multinational companies firmly established themselves in the business landscape of the Middle Kingdom. This business expansion prompted multinational companies, as well as Chinese companies, to focus on corporate social responsibility (CSR). The role of CSR reporting is enhancing awareness, monitoring business practices and restraining harmful occurrences on social and environmental elements. As China’s role on the world business stage increases, understanding the role of CSR in multinational and Chinese companies is of growing importance for rising executives and business leaders.

  • 2014-05-08 · Beijing

    Discover how a top MBA in China can take your career further during the final MBA information session for the 2014 intake. Explore the ways CKGSB can connect you with the insight, experience, and connections to open up a new world of opportunity in China.

  • 2014-05-08 · London

    China is on the move, generating wealth at an unprecedented pace and reshaping the world economic order. Chinese billionaires, such as Jack Ma (Alibaba), Robin Li (Baidu), and Pony Ma (Tencent), have created new business empires and established themselves as the captains of industry for the emerging global economy. Following the trail they blazed, thousands of business people were inspired to find their own paths to success, forming a new class of wealthy “China-prenuers”. China’s phenomenal rise has meant that no CEO or C-Suite executive can afford to ignore the growing competiveness of Chinese companies or the purchasing might of Chinese consumers. As China moves toward a more significant role on the world business stage, understanding the opportunity and challenges in China’s future has never been more critical for rising executives and business leaders.

  • 2014-05-06 · Madrid

    China is on the move, generating wealth at an unprecedented pace and reshaping the world economic order. Chinese billionaires, such as Jack Ma (Alibaba), Robin Li (Baidu), and Pony Ma (Tencent), have created new business empires and established themselves as the captains of industry for the emerging global economy. Following the trail they blazed, thousands of business people were inspired to find their own paths to success, forming a new class of wealthy “China-prenuers”. China’s phenomenal rise has meant that no CEO or C-Suite executive can afford to ignore the growing competiveness of Chinese companies or the purchasing might of Chinese consumers. As China moves toward a more significant role on the world business stage, understanding the opportunity and challenges in China’s future has never been more critical for rising executives and business leaders.

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