How long does it take to get a sort of MBA? Ignoring the totally fake nonsense so widely available on the Internet it is possible within seven months to get an MBA-C (Comprehensive Master of Business Administration), which you can put in your CV as an MBA from Shanghai Jiao Tong University, one of China’s oldest universities, with a history of more than 110 years.
On its site it states that it is: ‘one of the most influential Academic institutions in China and many of China’s leading politicians, intellectuals, scientists and engineers have been educated at Jiao Tong University.’ With which no one would argue.
It goes on: ‘Now you can gain the valuable MBA-C (Comprehensive Master of Business Administration) certificate right on your doorstep, at Jiao Tong University in central Shanghai, close to public transportation and the subway system.
‘Your Jiao Tong University Certificate will be a real asset on your CV and the attainment of a lot of practical MBA-C knowledge that can be applied almost immediately in your current work environment will be invaluable to your current employer. . .
Foreign Professors and Lecturers teach in the English language; they are highly qualified and/or experts in their respective subjects and have extensive business and/or lecturing experience in China.’
What was somewhat surprising is that the course appears to last only about six to seven months. You can read all about it on the Shanghai Jiao Tong University site. How much such a degree is worth is open for conjecture.