Manchester Global MBA Round Table in Beijing

- Why MBA Matters?

Having introduced Manchester Global MBA programme for the 10th year in China, a great number of students and alumni have embarked on new career journey, be it moving on to more senior roles, switching companies and industries or visualising creative business ideas.

What does an MBA programme do to influence your career and life?

How does your study help to shape your future?

On 21st October, China Centre has invited students and alumni in Beijing for a roundtable discussion on Why MBA Matters? Join us to find out why it is important to choose the right programme for yourself!

Currently our MBA is ranked 4th in UK, 10th in Europe and 36th globally by Financial Times in 2018. From senior management professionals to innovative entrepreneurs, we have been facilitating career successes of over 1000 China-based students and alumni, adding to the Manchester Global MBA international alumni network of over 60,000 students and alumni from 176 countries.



Register for the session to become a member of a global network of professional executives today!



Sunday, 21st October, 2018


14:00 - 14:30 Registration
14:30 - 14:45 Opening and welcome
14:45 - 15:45  Why MBA Matters roundtable discussion
15:45 - 16:00 Q & A


 Hilton Beijing1 Dong Fang Rd,North Dongsanhuan Rd



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Speaker:  Sherry Fu, China Centre Director, The University                     of Manchester

Sherry is the Founding Director of The University of Manchester China Centre and responsible for the overall China operations, developing and implementing the AMBS’ strategies and management of strategic partnerships in the China region. She is currently the Vice President of the Education Committee, British Chamber Shanghai, and also Envoy to the City of Manchester.


Speaker:  Katherine Shen, President, Hardon International                   Education Group (Jul 2013 GMBA)

Katherine has over 10 years work experience in Finance, taking up roles in leading domestic and international companies in Banking, Media and Consulting. Katherine started her MBA Joinery in July 2013. She is now President of Hardon International Education Group. She also lectures in Finance for taxation policies in the UK. 

Speaker: Annie Yang, Communication Director,

               Schneider Electric, (Jan 2017 GMBA)

Annie has over 20 years' work experience in B2B marketing. In recent 7 years, she has been Communication Director for Energy Management and Automation Industry for Schneider Electric. Previously she has worked in IT industry both with Global 4A marketing agency and in in-house marketing department for IT companines. Annie started her Manchester Global MBA Journey in January 2017. As a marketing expert with profound experience, Annie also enjoys topics in digital marketing and anything fun and challenging



Speaker:  Corrie Liu ACA/CICPA/CICPV, Managing Partner                     of Prowise, (Jul 2018 GMBA)

Prior to joining PROWISE CPAs, Corrine was a senior manager in one of China’s top 10 local firms. She has ten years’ professional practice in Accounting, Audit and Taxation and is intimately familiar with P.R.C. GAAP and IFRS. Areas of expertise include listed company auditing, internal control advisory services, financial advisory and corporate taxation.



Speaker:  QianQian Dong, Clinical Trial Manager,

                 Ferring Pharmaceuticals (Jan 2018 GMBA)

Qianqian has built a career in pharmaceutical industry. With a specialist degree in Clinical Medicine, she has taken up positions with leading pharmaceutical companies in Clinical Research, Project Management and Clinical Trial Management. Qianqian joined the MBA programme in Jan 2018 and has since then aspiring for greater challenges.


About Manchester Global Part-time MBA Programme:

We are part of only 1% of business schools worldwide to receive three international accreditations:


We are ranked 4th in the UK , 10th in Europe and 36th Globally by Financial Times 2018

We are ranked 2nd in the UK for research power, and 4th for depth and breadth of research (REF 2014)

We are ranked 6th of the Best 2 year International MBAs(outside the US) by Forbes 2015

According to FT, MBA students can expect a 108% salary increase three years after graduation

Bloomberg Business Week ranked us at 19th in the world and 9th in the alumni survey.

60,000 executive students from over 169 countries plus renowned international academics.

Global centres: Manchester, Shanghai, Singapore, Dubai, Brazil, and Hong Kong.

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