HKU, Columbia, and LBS to Launch Joint Asia EMBA Program

New 20-month program begins May 2009

Columbia Business School (CBS), London Business School (LBS), and the University of Hong Kong (HKU) have announced a new joint "EMBA-Global Asia" program for students with at least five years of management experience. The course will run for 20 months, and will award a joint MBA from the three universities. Students must study for two weeks each in New York and London, and eight weeks in Hong Kong.

The inaugural class will begin in May 2009.

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

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