In this issue
Message from China Centre Director
Manchester Global MBA July 2017 Induction
Tongji - Manchester Global MBA Induction
UoM President Hosted Alumni Dinner in Beijing
Winning Asia Pacific Business School Desert Challenge
UoM China Centre Presented at British Chamer Education Meeting
Centre Director 2nd Time Elected British Chamber ExCo board member
China Centre Supports Bright Eyes Project
UoM China Centre Hosts Digital Marketing Industry Talk
MBA Information Session in Chengdu, Chongqing and Suzhou
Centre Director Launches New Book
UoM Public Lectures Open to All Professionals
Global MBA Open Day - International Business Strategy
Global MBA Workshop Taster – Venture Capital & Private Equity
Global MBA Workshop Taster in Suzhou– Strategic Management of Projects
Global MBA Workshop Taster – Operations Management
Global MBA Strategy & Competition Workshop Taster by Prof. Patrick McNutt
Global MBA Workshop Taster on Operationalizing & Communicating Value by Dr. Alison Ashton
Global MBA Workshop Taster - International Negotiations
Top Business School Mixer
First University of Manchester China Centre Alumni Education Forum
Branding & Marketing Innovation – Best Practice Sharing
Leadership Forum: Essential of Outfits
Big Data and Business Insight Forum
Treasury and Tax Management of Multinational Company
New Models in New Trend of Healthcare Industry
Your Strategy Needs a Strategy
Alumni Spoke for Study China Program
Inside Talent Assessment
Alumni Shared at ‘Wolfman’ Alumni Careers Event
Alumni Visited Sanpower, a Leading Chinese Conglomerate
B2B Marketing
2016 China Pharma Review
Alumni Afternoon Tea – Business School Outdoor League Awards Ceremony
Crisis in Economics and Economics in Crisis by Dr. Srinivas Yanamandra
Alumni & Careers Induction session for 2017 Jan Intake Students
A Visit to PwC Innovation Centre
Top Business School Mixer
Centre Staff Participated in Fundraising Walkathalon
Upcoming Events
Winning Asia Pacific Business School Desert Challenge

Over 1800 MBA students and alumni from 81 business schools (including those from countries like Singapore, UK and Australia) joined the competition. Yashasai has gradually become one of the best-known outdoor sports among MBA alumni in Asia Pacific regions. Among all prizes, Shaou Trophy represents the highest honor. It requires every team member to walk through the desert (70 kilometers)in two days. Anyone who gives up for any reasons during the competition will lead to the failure of the whole team. 

This time, the Alliance Manchester Business School team was composed of 24 students and alumni, 21 from China Centre and 3 from the Singapore Centre. All the team members fought hard to conquer all difficulties in challenging the dessert. With a strong will, faith of success and team-work, every team member completed the competition safely and successfully. This is the first time our school got Shaou since participating in this competition for four years. Their hard work leads them to success as all team members have spent the whole year practicing and training every day to enhance their overall physical conditions. 

The People's Government of Alxa and the Yasha Organizing Committee jointly hosted the Chinese Foreign University President Forum – The first Chinese Sports Tourism Economic Development Summit. The forum was held the day before the competition and attracted government official, MBA alumni and some key Medias. Ms. Sherry Fu, Director of the UoM China Centre, was invited as a guest speaker and joined panel discussions. Ms. Fu represented the UoM China Centre to encourage AMBS tem to make their best in the competition at the welcome dinner.  

The final performance of the Alliance Manchester Business School team was in the 1st place among all the overseas business schools. This is not only the greatest encouragement for all team members, but also represents a good work-life-study balance practice by our MBA students and alumni. 

About Asia Pacific Business School Desert Challenge Yashasai

Asia Pacific Business School Desert Challenge Yashasai was a top outdoor sport among business schools from Asia Pacific regions. The first competition was held in 2012 in the Tengger Desert, Inner Mongolia. It has been successfully held for 6 consecutive years, covering a large Asia Pacific Business School MBA community of 100 thousand students and alumni. Over 80 schools have participated, and over 4000 MBA students and alumni joined. The Sixth Asia Pacific Business School Desert Challenge was held in May 2017, with 81 top business schools from Mainland China, Taiwan, Hongkong, Macao, Singapore, UK, and Australia advocating vision of Environmental Protection, Coordination, Persistence and Responsibility. 

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