Peking University HSBC Business School (PHBS), one of the most promising business schools in China, is proud of its accomplishments in the area of graduate education. With its main campus located in the thriving and entrepreneurial city of Shenzhen, China, PHBS has taken a bold step by opening a new campus in Boar’s Hill, England, three miles south of Oxford City.
PHBS UK-China Master of Management is a two year, full-time and cross-border program in which students spend the first year at our UK campus, and the second year at our Shenzhen Campus, in China.
This program is a great opportunity for students to, not only have a specialist training and cross-disciplinary coursework, but also a multi-country experience and in-depth cross-cultural exposure
It is a two year program, culminating in a final thesis. The academic year consists of two semesters, with two modules each. Each module runs for nine weeks. The faculty members have earned their PhD degrees from top-ranked universities over the world, and all courses are instructed exclusively in English.
It aims to to develop in students solid theoretical knowledge in management as well as the ability to carry out research in related concentrations. It also aims to prepare students with the cutting edge expertise in corporate management, and ability to provide solutions to practical business issues by applying managerial theories. It provides hard and soft skills required to turn students into innovative global management leaders in a wide range of sectors and careers.
This program provides a specialist training in management and covers cross-disciplinary coursework such as management theories, economics, and organization behavior, and how to apply them to real world corporate issues. It incorporates mathematical and logical thinking with creative and lateral thinking for analyzing and solving problems.
Courses include: Strategic Management, Operations Management, Organizational Behavior, Empirical Business Analysis, Marketing Management, General and Business Chinese, as well as elective courses.