With Diversified Consulting Projects (DCPs), CKGSB students form teams to undertake consulting projects to help solve real-world business challenges. Working with support from participating organizations and CKGSB faculty advisors, students are able to translate classroom learning into professional, on-the-job experience.
Depending on the project, students may work for a multinational, private company, state-owned enterprise, or nonprofit. Participating organizations have included IBM, GE Healthcare and Tencent. Typical consulting projects develop solutions related to strategic planning, marketing and feasibility studies, financial analysis, and operational evaluations.
Though participation in DCPs is not compulsory, the vast majority of MBA students choose to take part in the program, which takes place in early summer. Particularly strong student presentations have attracted interest from corporate recruiters.
To learn more about DCP, please see this article from Cheung Kong magazine: PDF
February 19, 2020
Dear all students, staff and members of the CKGSB community,
As the public health emergency caused by COVID-19 is still ongoing, I hope you are all staying safe and healthy. The safety of our staff and students are our top priority at this point, which is why all staff members will work remotely for the time being. In addition, we will offer online learning to our students, in order to continue our curriculum offering, and provide a series of webinars for the wider community on relevant topics.
Fundamental to the core of Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business’ (CKGSB) vision is to cultivate transformative business leaders with a strong sense of social responsibility. To this extent, I’m extremely proud to see the CKGSB community coming together in recent weeks to provide support through donations big and small. Meanwhile, our professors are examining the economic and social impact of the virus and will continue to release data and analysis in the coming weeks.
We will continue to support relief efforts and work together with government agencies, private corporations and international organizations in a meaningful way. Our thoughts and wishes are with all of the people affected by the COVID-19.
Professor of China Business and Globalization
Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business