[photopress:Thunderbird_logo.jpg,full,alignright]Thunderbird School of Global Management is expanding its global learning network in Asia. One of the new offerings is a student exchange program with Tsinghua University in Beijing and a non-degree certificate program for Chinese managers that will be offered in Beijing, Shanghai and other cities.
The new student exchange program will allow Thunderbird MBA candidates to study for a trimester at Tsinghua.
Thunderbird also signed an agreement this month to offer its first formal non-degree executive education certificate program in China.
Thunderbird’s Center for Global Entrepreneurship is partnering with the Enterprise Research Institute of the Development Research Center of the State Council of China to offer a program called Going Global Entrepreneurially.
This 12-month certificate program for Chinese managers will be launched in September and will consist of nine three-day programs.
Source: The Business Journal of Phoenix