Moscow School of Management SKOLKOVO
Moscow School of Management SKOLKOVO is a dynamically developing international business school with a vision based on a unique mix of three dimensions: entrepreneurial leadership, emerging markets and experiential learning. The standard learning model is turned upside down at SKOLKOVO with the MBA participants spending most of their time in the program learning by doing. Within the 16-month full-time MBA program, each participant will be involved in five projects in Russia, India, China and the US in different fields such as public sector, commercial sector and in a start-up. International class admissions to the program due to start in September 2009 are already open. The SKOLKOVO Challenge competition is run in line with admissions campaign for the SKOLKOVO MBA. Until March 15, SKOLKOVO is considering innovative business proposals and ambitious start-up ideas that have growth potential in fast-growing economies. The three winners will receive an opportunity to enroll to the SKOLKOVO MBA.
Shanghai Jiao Tong University – University of British Columbia (UBC)
Sauder School of Business UBC offers an international MBA program (IMBA) in Shanghai in collaboration with Shanghai Jiao Tong University (one of the top universities in China). The IMBA program has been running in Shanghai for seven years and the incoming 2009 March entry will be the IMBA Cohort 8. The values UBC Sauder IMBA program bring to our students include a world-class MBA from one of the top 40 universities globally and Canada’s leading business school; part-time study over 20 months in Shanghai to help you maintain your Asia-based career; all courses taught by internationally recognized UBC faculty and using an advanced curriculum designed in North America; two-week residency in the spectacular city of Vancouver; and a connection to UBC’s 240,000 alumni in 120 countries around the world. Our Asia-Pacific regional office opened on May 2005 in Hong Kong to serve and support alumni, faculty and students in the Asia-Pacific region.
Dartmouth College, Tuck School of Business
Founded in 1900, the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth was the first graduate school of management in the country and consistently ranks among the top business schools worldwide.
As part of the Dartmouth College campus, the Tuck School combines the intellectual depth of a large Ivy League university with the soul of a tightly knit community. Tuck offers only one degree program – the full-time MBA.
Such focus allows Tuck to offer outstanding support to our students and faculty. In addition to the MBA program, Tuck offers a select array of executive education and other non-degree programs such as the Tuck Business Bridge Program for undergraduates.
Tuck remains distinctive among the world’s great business schools by combining human scale with global reach, rigorous coursework with experiences requiring teamwork, and valued traditions with innovation.
Renmin University of China Business School (RBS) MBA
As one of the earliest business schools to provide MBA education in China, the School of Business, Renmin University of China is an important base for business administration education. It was one of the first business schools to run an MBA program in China. RBS offers programs that cover the entire business administration field, including all programs in undergraduate, masters hand doctoral degrees. With a solid academic history, RBS has formed a strategy to develop itself into one of the most influential and prestigious education bases for fostering personnel in management science research, both nationally and internationally. Our MBA program pays equal attention to advanced topics and systematic courses, distinguished professors coupled with entrepreneurs, advanced Western theory integrated with domestic experience, and simulated training with interactive case discussion.
International University of Japan
The Graduate School of International Management (GSIM) was started in 1988 in collaboration with the Amos Tuck School of Business Administration, Dartmouth College, USA, becoming the first US-style business school in Japan. With the aim of developing global business leaders, the curriculum focuses on the comparative analysis of global issues from a Japan-Asia perspective, while also adhering to the high standards set for a global MBA education. In response to the growing demand for managers with technology and business skills, the GSIM started a one-year E-Business Management (E-Biz) Program in 2001, becoming the first business school in Japan with such a program. IUJ’s diversity offers excellent opportunities for students to network with classmates in a global environment. Ample industry interaction with guest speakers, company visits and projects are also provided.