Manchester Global MBA Face-to-Face
Dialogue with UoM China Centre Director in Beijing

Are you an ambitious executive looking to increase your salary or change role, industry or location? Transform your career with this flexible part-time MBA degree.

The University of Manchester China Center will be hosting the Manchester Global MBA application guidance session on 12th November Tuesday evening at Beijing. This session will focus on the Manchester Global MBA programme structure, admissions criteria and funding options. This is an ideal opportunity to speak with The University of Manchester China Centre Director and ask questions related to applying for our renowned MBA programme.

This session is a great opportunity to:

- Learn more about the application materials to be prepared to provide the most effective information to the Admissions Committee
- Discuss how can we truly and fully demonstrate our personal strength and competitiveness during the application procedures
- Discover how our wide range of electives can build your MBA around the field that attracts you

Join us to find out how our part-time MBA options will equip you with lifelong, practical skills that facilitates you reaching new heights in your career and transforming your life.

Register for the session TODAY! Limited seats left for coming January 2020 intake.

Global Reputation

AMBS launched MBA in 1965, we are ranked 2nd in the UK for research power, 4th for depth and breadth of research (REF 2014), and 19th in the world by Bloomberg Business Week 2015. AMBS is one of a selective group of institutions globally that has earned triple accreditation from all three major MBA bodies: AACSB, AMBA and EQUIS. 

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



Sherry is the founding director of Alliance Manchester Business School’s China Centre (established in 2008 in Shanghai) which was renamed to the University of Manchester China Centre in September 2016. She manages China business development, alumni relations and strategic partnerships in the region, leading China team developed the Centre to the 2nd largest overseas Centre and building an outstanding brand image and reputation for AMBS and UoM which has been recognized in several China’s top national awards. Sherry was appointed as an envoy to the City of Manchester in 2013 at the house of Lords and awarded ”Pilot of Chinese business education’ in 2016 by China State Council information office.


Tuesday, 12th November

18:30 Registration & Network
19:00 Global MBA Programme Introduction
19:15 Alumni Sharing

20:00 Application Guidance


Hotel in Chaoyang District (TBC)


RSVP: | 86-21-6279 8660
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About Manchester Global Part-time MBA Programme:

              We are part of only 1% of business schools worldwide to receive three international accreditations: AMBA,
              AACSB and EQUIS
              We are ranked 4th in the UK , 10th in Europe and 36th Globally by Financial Times 2018.

              We are ranked 6th of the Best 2 year International MBAs(outside the US) by Forbes 2017.

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

              CEO World Best Business Schools 2019 ranked AMBS at 3rd in the UK and 11th globally.

              60,000 executive students from over 176 countries plus renowned international academics.
              Global centres: Manchester, Shanghai, Singapore, Dubai, Brazil, and Hong Kong.

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