Cheung Kong Graduate School Of Business:
Cheung Kong Graduate School Of Business (CKGSB) is China's first private, non-profit,and independent business school. Headquartered in Beijing with campuses in Shanghai and Guangzhou, Cheung Kong offers Master of Business Administration (MBA), EMBA, and executive education programs. The MBA program is taught at the Beijing campus. A minimum of a bachelor's degree and preferably two years or more of work experience are required. Students must also have a competitive GMAT or GRE score and a high level of proficiency in English.Email: Contact us below ( or request a callback ).Master of Business Administration (MBA) Degree Program:
The CKGSB MBA program is taught through English at our Beijing campus. It is an intensive, full-time, 12-month general management program with a focus on entrepreneurship, leadership development and strong social responsibilities. Each year, CK MBA accepts 50 to 60 most talented individuals from around the world, creating a class which is truly culturally and professionally diverse.
The one-year Cheung Kong MBA curriculum provides students with a thorough grounding in the fundamentals of business theory and practice, while also addressing the cultural and ethical perspectives relevant to doing business in Asia.
To complement academic coursework, Diversified Consulting Projects (DCP) offer students experience working with major international companies, analyzing business strategic questions and honing their marketing and presentation skills. Inbound and outbound exchange programs help Cheung Kong students develop global perspective and the ability to perform in cross-cultural work environments.
The Cheung Kong academic year begins in late fall and consists of six consecutive modules. Each module ends with exams and is followed by a break.
Statistics for Management
Investment (Financial Management)
Elective Courses include:
Financial Statement Analysis
Customer Relations Management
Mergers & Acquisitions
Information and Technology Strategy (Information Management)
HR Strategy (Human Resources Management)