MBASTUDIES

Business Studies in Shanghai in China 2022

Intended for professionals who already have significant hands-on knowledge, the postgraduate Executive MBA (EMBA) degree is designed to give students the tools necessary to progress in their careers. You can work while studying, since the real-world experience enriches the learning environment.

For higher education, a master is a great option. Programs can last about two years with a requirement somewhere between 12 and 18 courses at the graduate level. Field of study options may vary widely, allowing students to tailor their education to their needs.

The education ministry runs education in China. The government often provides partial funding for the higher education in the technical and public universities. The Chinese government has also developed academic curriculum that allows those students with vocational skills to nurture their talents.

EMBA Programs in Shanghai in China

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IEMBA

EMBA
Sep 2022
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Part-time
English
Online & Campus Combined
Campus
Online

International School of Management’s IEMBA program cultivates the leadership and efficacy necessary to tackle the challenges of senior management on an international level.

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Master in management for executives

EMBA
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Part-time
Spanish
Campus

The Master in Management for Executives provides a strategic, multidisciplinary and systematic management vision, with methodologies and innovative learning experiences ...

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Tongji-Mannheim Dual-degree Executive MBA

EMBA
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Part-time
English
Campus

The TONGJI-MANNHEIM Dual Degree Executive MBA (EMBA) Program with its strong Sino-German focus responds to the growing demand for managers who can successfully navigate the ch ...

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Executive MBA

EMBA
Mar 2022
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Part-time
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2 years
English
Campus

The goal of Executive MBA is to educate leaders, not simply managers. We do this by delivering the essential knowledge of business functions with our innovative curricula. We ...

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EMBA

EMBA
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Part-time
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20 months
English
Campus

Real-world business challenges and opportunities aren’t confined to any one part of a company’s organization chart (such as finance, or marketing, or supply chain).

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