New office will pave the way for collaborations in the UK and Europe

The Beijing-based Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKSGB) became the first business school from mainland China to set up an overseas branch in Europe with the opening of its London office this week.

According to the school's dean Xiang Bing, the London presence will facilitate "research and teaching collaborations with leading UK and European universities and business schools."

According to the Financial Times, CKGSB will offer its Executive MBA (EMBA) programs in London and New York City starting in 2013.

For more information, please visit the CKSGB website or their full FIND MBA directory profile.

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