Best or top mba in China


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I grow up in UK and want to go back to China for an MBA. I know Peking University and tsinghua are the best universities in China. Personally I like Peking university better and how is the mba program there? Thanks!
I grow up in UK and want to go back to China for an MBA. I know Peking University and tsinghua are the best universities in China. Personally I like Peking university better and how is the mba program there? Thanks!
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One of my friends went to Bimba program and he shared a lot pics of his campus, it's gorgeous. He had very good experience there. About one third of the class are international students, and they have some china-focused courses which sound very interesting beyond MBA cores. I'm interested in the summer program. It's also open to non-mba applicants.

There's also another mba called guanghua in Peking University. Guanghua does better in its local MBA program(delivered in Chinese) than its international MBA.
One of my friends went to Bimba program and he shared a lot pics of his campus, it's gorgeous. He had very good experience there. About one third of the class are international students, and they have some china-focused courses which sound very interesting beyond MBA cores. I'm interested in the summer program. It's also open to non-mba applicants.

There's also another mba called guanghua in Peking University. Guanghua does better in its local MBA program(delivered in Chinese) than its international MBA.
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Oasis
My friend is now studying at Guanghua and he told me that Guanghua will become the best MBA program in future. You will never regret it.
My friend is now studying at Guanghua and he told me that Guanghua will become the best MBA program in future. You will never regret it.
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maubia
what about job opportunities after graduation?
what about job opportunities after graduation?
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ezra
A lot will depend on your goals after graduation. If you're looking to land a job in financial services or consulting in China, go with Peking. If you have more of an entrepreneurial leaning and want street cred with Chinese VCs, take a hard look at Tsinghua.

There are other programs in China that might be worth checking out as well. CEIBS has been moving quickly up most ranking charts - and if you plan on having the flexibility to work outside of China after graduation, the program has credibility in many places.

There's also Chung Kong and Fudan - if you're looking at schools in Shanghai.
A lot will depend on your goals after graduation. If you're looking to land a job in financial services or consulting in China, go with Peking. If you have more of an entrepreneurial leaning and want street cred with Chinese VCs, take a hard look at Tsinghua.

There are other programs in China that might be worth checking out as well. CEIBS has been moving quickly up most ranking charts - and if you plan on having the flexibility to work outside of China after graduation, the program has credibility in many places.

There's also Chung Kong and Fudan - if you're looking at schools in Shanghai.
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Sam Lee
Is HKU better than NUS if I want to work in finance afte MBA?
Is HKU better than NUS if I want to work in finance afte MBA?
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ezra
Overall, HKU places a larger percentage of its graduates in finance positions (37% vs. 28%.) But comparing this marginal statistic isn't the only thing you should look at: NUS is probably a stronger school overall - and if you want to work in Singapore or internationally it's probably a better choice. I'd go with HKU if you're looking to work in mainland China.
Overall, HKU places a larger percentage of its graduates in finance positions (37% vs. 28%.) But comparing this marginal statistic isn't the only thing you should look at: NUS is probably a stronger school overall - and if you want to work in Singapore or internationally it's probably a better choice. I'd go with HKU if you're looking to work in mainland China.
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