Mannheim and Shanghai's Tongji Launch Double-Degree EMBA Next Year

New part-time executive program to have Sino-German focus

Germany's Mannheim Business School (MBS) and Tongji University in Shanghai have announced they will launch a double-degree Executive MBA (EMBA) program beginning in Spring 2011. 

The course involves 6 course modules (9 to 11 days each) - 3 in Mannheim and 3 in Shanghai. While it is possible to finish the program in 14 months, students will have flexibility to finish over a 5-year period. All courses will be taught in English.

According to the two business schools, the program will have a "Sino-German" focus, and will relate to the "intensive and ever-increasing trade between Asia and Europe."

Applications will be accepted from Summer 2010. Applicants are expected to have at least five years of work experience, as well as initial leadership experience.

For more information, please visit the Mannheim Business School website.

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