The 24 months programme will further transform these experienced professionals and assist them in achieving their next career goals. As a mature internationally reputable MBA programme, the Manchester Global MBA programme attracts students from multi-national companies, such as Astrazeneca, Maersk, Lego, Roche, Siemens, SAIC Motor and etc.
In this fast-paced commercial world, competition does not come from within industries but also come globally. The pursuit of MBA is a decision taking students a step towards career enhancement and realization of personal goals.
“In 2018, we will celebrate the 10th anniversary of China Centre. During the past 10 years, we have had the honor to be the home centre of over 1000 Global MBA alumni and students, at the same time having become the 2nd largest UoM overseas centre. We are proud of our students and alumni who have made great achievements in their career via MBA education. I hope you can take the most out of this prestigious MBA programme” Said China Centre Director Ms. Sherry Fu.
“Learning by doing” has been at the heart of Manchester Global MBA. Academic integrity has always given first priority. Dr. Jiyao Xun delivered a talk to prepare the students with the expected Academic Code of Conduct throughout the duration of the programme.
After the induction session, students will immerse themselves in Business Simulation to get a flavor of actual business competition from Day 1 of their 1st semester of MBA journey. Managing & Leading in a Global Environment will then follow them offering a macro perspective of real business world.
Manchester Global MBA programme has over 60，000 alums from 176 countries and very diverse backgrounds. During the programme, students will have the option to study in our global locations in San Paulo, Dubai, Hong Kong, Singapore, Manchester and Washington D.C. It is a genuine platform of creating a global network.
The University of Manchester China Centre was first established in 2008. It will celebrate its 10th anniversary this year. On 25th September 2016, the Centre was officially reopened as UoM China Centre by Professor Nancy Rothwell, President and Vice-Chancellor of the University. Currently the Manchester Global MBA is the main programme being delivered in the Centre. Various partnerships have been formed with local and international institutions. In addition to the jointly delivered programmed with Shanghai Tong Ji University and Shanghai Jiao Tong University, strategic alliances have been formed with Ren Min Business School and Kelley School of Business, The University of Indiana to launch jointly delivered international MBA programmes.