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Cambridge Judge Business School offers Global Executive MBA in China

For the first time, Cambridge Judge Business School is offering regular MBA teaching outside of Cambridge.

Cambridge Judge Business School. Picture: CJBS
Cambridge Judge Business School. Picture: CJBS

The world-renowned business school at the University of Cambridge, and Peking University HSBC Business School, have announced a co-operative programme in Shenzhen, China, that extends previous business-education collaboration between the two institutions.

The two schools announced in March 2020 plans to advance long-term collaboration in business and management, beginning with the launch of two executive education programmes focusing on innovation and international management.

The Cooperative Programme consists of a new Global Executive MBA (GEMBA) programme from Cambridge Judge, and a master’s/certificate programme in China studies for economics and management from Peking University.

Outgoing Dean Professor Christoph Loch said the development was “a great opportunity for experienced professionals based in the Asia-Pacific region, and beyond”.

Cambridge Judge’s new dean, Professor Mauro Guillén, took office on September 1.

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