When all streets and lanes are decorated with vibrant red lanterns and colourful lights, the Chinese New Year is approaching. During this grandest festival in China, what means the most important to us is family reunion and community celebration!
UoM China Centre warmly welcomed 64 outstanding talented professionals across the globe to join our Manchester Global MBA January 2020 intake! We believe that their wise choice to The University of Manchester will bring them a broader perspectives to global business, enable them to take on senior leadership roles and thrive in today's competitive global landscape. To witness some of the world's brightest business minds to gather at UoM China Centre to have the experience of a lifetime, made us feel so proud and excited about a new world of opportunities to be opened up by our MBA cohorts!
The University of Manchester China Centre wishes you and your family all the blessings of a sparkling New Year, and May your Chinese New Year of the Rat be a time of laughter and enjoyment!
From 7th to 8th Jan., the welcome event for Manchester Global Part-time MBA January 2020 new students was successfully held at the University of Manchester China Centre. 64 outstanding working professionals officially entered the University of Manchester. Ms. Sherry Fu, Director of the University of Manchester China Centre, Dr. Jiyao Xun, Associate MBA Director AMBS, Senior Programme Administrator Ms. Maria Serra and China Centre Student Support Team attended the induction and witnessed the new students embarking on their transformational learning journey.
GMBA Masterclass - Financial Management by Nick Collett
On the evening of 9th January, The University of Manchester China Centre hosted a Masterclass delivered by Dr. Nick Collett from Alliance Manchester Business School about financial management, which provided an overview of the characteristics and functioning of financial markets in a global context to our prospective students.
China Centre Alumni Talk - Open Innovation for Creative Production
On the evening of 14th January, The University of Manchester China Centre Marketing Club invited Ms. Jilu Chen, from Kaizao, a Consumer Co-Creation Community to share us the mindset and tools of open innovation for creative production. She has many years experience in product design and design management at home and abroad, and highlighted that ppen innovation with Consumer let target users accompany the developping process, so that to help corporations getting feedbacks from the market, reducing risks of launching new products; creating products that users really like.
China Centre Director Joined the Dialogue with Top Companies in Social Responsibility
On 15th January, "Innovation and Sustainability” 2019 Corporate Social Responsibility Forum was held by Shanghai Daily. Ms. Sherry Fu, UoM China Centre Director was invited to host the Panel Discussion with Bayer, Corning, Delphi Technologies, Covestro, Shui On Land to share the experiences on innovation, sustainability and corporate social responsibility.
In order to assist busy working professionals with more flexible study schemes without either leaving their job, The University of Manchester China Centre has launched MSc Financial Management part-time course for September 2020 Intake! Alumni discount with 15% off is offered at UoM China Centre.
MSc International Fashion Marketingpart-time course provides you with an opportunity to develop your professional network and global vision through visits to major fashion capital cities including Paris and Milan. Through this you will build your commercial awareness, gain a greater understanding of the changing fashion culture and understand how fashion marketing practice is unique in different parts of the world.
Thinking about studying for a Master Degree? Join China Centre in Chongqing on 3rd February and discover more about online/blended study opportunities at The University of Manchester without leaving your current job and life! Chairman of Supervisory Board from Chongqing Talent Market Mr. Chen Huolin and Director of The University of Manchester China Centre Ms. Sherry Fu will be hosting an open coffee chat in Chongqing to explore the impact of online/blended Master course study on professional and personal development.
The University of Manchester China Center course counseling team will host the Manchester Global MBA application guidance session on 7th February evening. This session focused on the Manchester Global MBA programme structure, admissions criteria and funding options.
The University of Manchester China Centre is delighted to invite you join the Strategy and Competition workshop taster delivered on the evening of 26th February by Dr. Paul Patton, from Alliance Manchester Business School. You are very welcomed to join the taster session at the China Centre, which will provide you better understanding on what business strategy is in a way that suits business practitioner in the 21st century, and the effects of competitive interdependence on strategy formulation and implementation.
On 16th February, 2020, the University of Manchester China Centre Law Club is delighted to have its alumnus Mr. George Ge to share the topic of [How to deal with redundancy, for both employers and employees]. Having career in first-tier cities like Shanghai, either in the capacity of an entrepreneur or an employee, you must have come across Chinese labor law matters, haven’t you?
On 18th February 2020, the University of Manchester China Centre Alumni Marketing Club is delighted to Invite Grace Xia to share the topic of Change Quotient ® -Master your Career through CQ. The Only constant on earth is Change. It is also the journey of sustainable development for any organization or individual. As the market becomes more VUCA in 21st Century, what should professional managers do to be more effective in moving forwards and achieve the goals, quickly & easily?