a world-class mba program with unrivaled china insights
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No.1 Salary in Greater China according to FT listing
MESSAGE FROM ASSOCIATE DEAN

Our school has a unique value proposition compared to other schools in China because our professors are leading figures in their industries. We’re uniquely positioned to bridge academics and industry.

Professor Ou-Yang Hui Distinguished Chair Professor of Finance and Associate Dean of CKGSB MBA
WHY CKSGB MBA?
  • Learn from CKGSB’s globally-acclaimed professors, deeply rooted in China

    CKGSB’s more than 40 full-time, resident professors will help you to better understand the complex Chinese business landscape. Many of our world-class faculty members have held tenured positions at top institutions, such as Wharton and Yale, before joining CKGSB.

  • Connect with and become part of an exclusive alumni network

    The CKGSB alumni network is unparalleled within China, providing CKGSB alumni with access to many of China’s most successful entrepreneurs and companies.

  • Tap into the latest insights on and from China

    Learn how to do business in China and with China. CKGSB’s own on-the-ground research makes us an authority on how newly globalized Chinese companies are transforming the way business is done around the world. The MBA program will bring you up to speed on the latest economic and industrial trends in China.

  • Acquire a profound understanding through humanities courses

    Studying for an MBA at CKGSB will provide you with a deep understanding of the context for today’s geopolitical shifts and international relations. Develop a long term perspective, give back to the community and satisfy your intellectual curiosity through CKGSB’s humanities and philanthropy courses.

  • Dive into action learning with real-life immersion in China’s dynamic businesses

    CKGSB’s MBA program has been designed to equip you with the necessary business skills and networks. Work with businesses; learn how to tackle real-life challenges and to develop creative problem-solving techniques.

Highest Salary in mainland China
*Reported in the Financial Times, based on self-reported salary information in Chinese RMB in 2016 (one-year post MBA) and converted using PPP to USD$ figures, CKGSB MBA graduates made an annual median salary of $132,196, which is listed among the best paid graduates in the greater China region.
KEY FACTS & FIGURES
    • Top Salary in mainland China
    • 47% of Students are Female
    • 29.4 Average Age of Students
    • 30% of MBA Alumni
    • 680 Average GMAT Score
    • 11 Types of Scholarships
    • 26% International Study Body
Hear from our Distinguished Faculty
Xu Chenggang, CKGSB Professor of Economics and Winner of the 2016 China Economics Prize, talks about how living through one of China's most difficult periods has shaped his teaching outlook today.
Featured Faculty: Xu Chenggang, DBA, Executive Education, EMBA, FMBA
Alumni Stories
From raising awareness of endangered species to founding a multi-million dollar English tutorial start-up, our alumni go on to do some extraordinary things to help shape the future.
  • CKGSB alumna Cindy Mi, founded VIPKID in 2013 after completing her MBA degree at CKGSB. Now, with a valuation of $3 billion USD, she has built one of China's fastest growing and most exciting start-up companies, VIPKID. Her goal - to change the future of education in China and abroad through technology.
  • British entrepreneur Rory Bate-Williams calls his MBA program at CKGSB in Beijing a "life-changing experience". Now he's back in London working on three separate businesses and putting those lessons learnt in China to work in the UK.
  • Hong Kong native, Michelle Lau, says that studying at CKGSB means having the resources to operate in the Chinese market. After completing her MBA, she decided to help expand her family medical practice which provides treatment not available in mainland China. Now, with the insights and network she's gained from studying at CKGSB, she is helping her family practice provide more medical treatments to patients in need.
  • MORE ON PROGRAM
Our accelerated 14-month English language MBA program helps young professionals transform into global business leaders with a strong understanding of China and other emerging economies. You will receive unique mentoring opportunities that connect you to a Who’s Who of business in China as you learn from seasoned global academics in China's dynamic market.
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WHEN IS THE NEXT DEADLINE?
Stay updated on the latest application deadline for 2019.
Aug 19
How our MBA Program is Changing Careers and Changing Lives
A China-focused program for next-gen business leaders seeking a global perspective and social justice
  • CKGSB MBA China Module in Beijing Available for Application Now!
    Only 10 seats for the first-week sessions in the module are open to candidates wishing to experience the unique MBA life in CKGSB!
  • Launching Ceremony and Forum of CKGSB Alumni Association Korea Chapter
    The inaugural ceremony and forum of CKGSB Alumni Association Korea Chapter will be held in Seoul on August 27th with the theme of "The New Global Order: the Role of Confucian Economic Bloc".
  • CKGSB MBA Launch First Full-Tuition Philanthropy Scholarship for Outstanding Global Talents with a Philanthropic Spirit
    As a continued demonstration to CKGSB’s commitment to philanthropy, the CKGSB MBA Program will now award The Social Responsibility and Green Future Scholarship (“the Philanthropy Scholarship”) each year to students that have demonstrated a commitment to the environment and to ethical business leadership.
CKGSB Knowledge

Our quarterly English-language magazine, offering China-focused leadership and business analysis, in print and online via knowledge.ckgsb.edu.cn.

July 08, 2019
Seeds of Doubt: Is China Finally Ready to Give the Green Light to GMO?
China has approved five new varieties of genetically modified crops for import, highlighting the huge impact Chinese GMO restrictions have on the global agricultural sector. Is Beijing planning to relax its near-total ban on GMO? The post Seeds of Doubt:...read full article
July 02, 2019
Can China’s New E-commerce Law Tame the World’s Most-Disorderly Online Retail Market?
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July 01, 2019
How to Attract China’s Lucrative Tourism Market: An Interview with Jane Sun, CEO of Ctrip
Jane Sun, CEO of Ctrip, explains how China’s online travel giant is pushing into new markets and gives her insight on how countries can attract China’s lucrative tourism market Online travel giant Ctrip is one of the great by-your-bootstraps success...read full article
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