Kellogg and Guanghua to Offer Executive MBA Program in Beijing

22-month EMBA to launch in September

The Kellogg School of Management and Peking University's Guanghua School of Management will offer an Executive MBA program in Beijing, beginning this fall.

The EMBA program is 22 months long and will be delivered through week-long modules roughly every two months. Modules will be held in Beijing, Shanghai, and Chicago; a global elective module can be taken at a partner school in Toronto, Miami, Tel Aviv, Vallendar, Hong Kong, or Shanghai.

Likewise, participants who are pursing their MBA at one of Kellogg's partner schools can now choose to do an elective module at Guanghua.

Applications for the September 2014 intake are now open. According to Kellogg, the "program is ideal for executives with 8-10 years of work experience who are seeking an elite global management education, including Chinese nationals and international executives either living and working in China or looking to better understand how to do business in China."

For more information, please see the Kellogg-Guanghua EMBA program webpage.

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