Program is 20 months long; students spend time in both Switzerland and China

CKGSB Beijing Campus

Switzerland's International Institute for Management Development (IMD) and China's Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB) have partnered to launch a new Executive MBA program.

The IMD-CKGSB Dual Executive MBA program will be 20 months long, with intakes beginning each February. The program combines distance learning with residency sessions in both Switzerland and China.

The program is designed mainly for non-Chinese executives with at least 10 years’ business experience, "who want to exploit the increasing trade opportunities between China and the rest of the world," according to the program webpage.

For more information, please see the IMD-CKGSB Dual Executive MBA program webpage.

Photo: H. Mowbray / Creative Commons

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