Cambridge Judge Partners with Cheung Kong to Offer Executive Education Program

New program to bring together Chinese and European entrepreneurs

The Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB) and the Judge Business School at the University of Cambridge have announced plans to launch a new partnership with the intention of bringing together European and Chinese entrepreneurs.

In the new partnership, the two schools will run a three-and-a-half day executive education program called "Global Business Strategy: China," which will launch in London and Cambridge this November.

According to a Judge Business School press release, the new program will bring together a "cohort of Chinese and European entrepreneurs go back to the classroom to discuss the implications of China's globalisation, as well as to learn from each other how best to do business in their respective regions."

Full-fee scholarships will be available for five students to attend the executive education program and then go on to study a full MBA at CKGSB's main campus in Beijing.

For more information, please visit see the Judge press release.

You can also visit the Next Executive website, where you can find an up-to-date listing of executive education courses from over 200 top schools.

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