In this issue
New Year Greetings
MBS China 2016 Annual Dinner
January 2016 Global MBA Induction
MBS awarded Most Innovative MBA
MBS won the Most Influential MBA award
How to optimise user experience in the experience economy era
Beijing Entrepreneurship Master Class
China’s Leading Fruit E-commerce Figure Speaks at MBS China Centre
Suzhou Finance Master Class
MBS China Alumni Christmas Party in Beijing
MBS China Centre supported 'Made In China 1000 Summit Industry 4.0'
Managerial Economics by Prof. Patrick McNutt
International Business Strategy by Prof. Charles Schell
Interdependence and Competitive Strategy by Xavier Duran
'Big Data' by Prof Nikolay Mehandjiev
Family Day at MBS China Centre
MBS China Start-up Club - Entrepreneur mentorship scheme launched
MBS China Healthcare Club - China Pharma Market Overview and Outlook
Career Talk by Chris Garnett - Long Term Employability
Fiona Devine, Head of Alliance Manchester Business School Interviewed by Financial Times
China Daily reports 50th anniversary of MBS
Sherry Fu interviewed by Tecent
Roya Zhang, External Relations
Weiyan Chen, Course Counsellor and Marketing Officer
Upcoming Events in China
Managerial Economics by Prof. Patrick McNutt
10th October 2015, MBS China Centre held a Global MBA Workshop Taster on Managerial Economics, which attracted around 30 working professionals who are applying Manchester Global MBA Programme. During the session,  Prof. Patrick McNuctt delivered an inspiring session by sharing his thoughts and review regarding Economics of Behavior. Ms. Sherry Fu, MBS China Centre Director introduced Manchester Business School and Global MBA Programme to the potential candidates as well.
Prof. McNutt introduced Game Theory into the session by involving all attendees into the interactive workshop, which provided great experience of key elements when studying Global MBA programme in Manchester Business School.  Based on the Game Theory, Prof. McNutt also built on a series of behavioral economics anecdotes and shared most cutting-edge cases in real business world.  He pointed out that daily routine is extremely important for business leaders as close study on the behavioral patterns would convert to valuable information for decision makers. Therefore, he suggested audience to conduct more observation on daily life and learn to predict in the ever-changing market.
MBS China Marketing and Recruitment Team also offered a comprehensive outlook of Manchester Global MBA Programme with its flexible programme structure and international learning experience across 6 MBS Global Centres.

All attendees were greatly impressed by Prof. McNutt’s workshop and the highly interactive teaching method. Some of the candidates pointed out that the key essence of ‘Learning by Doing’ were very suitable for working professional with the accumulation of managerial experience, as they found more echo with both professors and fellow classmates during the session. They are looking forward to getting more knowledge and benefits once be enrolled in Manchester Global MBA Programme.
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