CEIBS Redesigns Global Executive MBA Program

School to merge its EMBA programs in Africa and Zurich; 15 scholarships available for students from Africa

China Europe International Business School (CEIBS) has announced some changes to its Global Executive MBA program.

Primarily, the school will merge its current Africa EMBA program—offered in Ghana—with its new EMBA in Zurich, providing both sides with greater networking and learning opportunities.

The school hopes that the change will help EMBA participants develop a global perspective. “The programme will be for high potential executives who understand that business – and learning – is not constrained by geographic location,” says CEIBS Vice President & Dean Ding Yuan.

CEIBS also announced that 15 EMBA scholarships will be available for participants from Africa.

In October of last year, CEIBS announced that it would acquire Switzerland's Lorange Institute, which it is using to establish a presence in Europe. CEIBS has offered its Global EMBA in Africa since 2009.

For more information, please see the CEIBS news release announcing the changes to the school's Global EMBA program. You can read more about the school's MBA and EMBA programs on CEIBS' Full Profile at FIND MBA.


Photo: "Raffles Beijing Hotel in Beijing, China," Harry Lawford / Creative Commons (cropped)

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