[photopress:SBS_Logo___33kb_jpeg.gif,full,alignright]From March 15-24 the Dean of Said Business School at the University of Oxford is taking a ‘fact finding’ trip to Beijing, Shanghai, Hangzhou and Hong Kong. Together with a few other professors from the school, he will meet with China-based business and government leaders, university academics and alumni.
Dean Professor Mayer said, ‘We are keen to learn more from the business and policy making communities in China, and about the business context in which they operate. The rise of China as an economic power is much discussed, but the implications for global issues are not well understood’.
The school was established in 1996 and has over 40 academics involved in research on China. It runs a full-time one-year MBA course and a part-time EMBA that lasts 21 months.
Source: Said Business School