[photopress:china_mbastudents.jpg,full,alignright]If you get an MBA this year from a good university your prospects for getting a job is better and you will probably be paid more for it.
According to statistics from Beijing University, Qinghua University and Beijing University of Science and Engineering, all boasting good MBA schools, the annual average salary for a home-trained MBA graduate has risen to RMB115,000 ($14,000) this year from RMB104,000 yuan ($12,000) and RMB97,000 ($11,700) in 2002 and 2003 respectively.
In the past three years, Chinese MBAs seemed to be slighly losing popularity in the domestic job market. Although they still led the pack the marging between them and graduates from other majors was narrowing rapidly.
Scholars and experts attribute the better employment for MBA graduates to the sustained, rapid growth of the Chinese economy. As well, most universities with an MBA school have encouraged and helped their students complete an internship in domestic or foreign companies.
Source: China Daily