The economic relations between China and Germany have intensified immensely in the past years. This is why Mannheim Business School and Tongji University's School of Economics and Management (SEM), two leading business schools of both countries, have joined forces: The new MANNHEIM & TONGJI Executive MBA (EMBA) program is targeted at responsible top executives active in both markets. Fully taught in English, the program provides you with a broad general management expertise integrating perspectives and best practices from all over the globe.
The program consists of six modules on different management subjects (three in Mannheim and three in Shanghai) which last nine to eleven days. Three different study options offer you a maximum of flexibility:
You have the opportunity to accomplish 6 modules plus the Master Project in one and a half years and receive an Executive MBA degree; You can gather modules and then pass the Master Project in a maximum timeframe of 5 years to receive an Executive MBA degree; Since all courses are open for enrollment you can also attend single modules and receive a certificate.
The MANNHEIM & TONGJI Executive MBA Highlights:
A highly flexible Sino-German curriculum will prepare you for managerial challenges in a Sino-German context; An EMBA degree of two prestigious institutions; The opportunity to study in two business hubs; Management and cultural leadership skills combined with intercultural - especially Sino-German - perspectives; Academic excellence and relevance to practice; Emphasis on team and project work; Build a lifelong global network of participants from a wide range of cultural and professional backgrounds; Immediate career application as well as long-term career impact; As a company, you can extend and develop your employees' potential, particularly their leadership qualities; Introductory price: € 29,900
Strong Sino-European affinity; Significant work experience (ideally at least 8 years); A first undergraduate degree in any discipline; Very good English skills (tested in the selection interview, ideally TOEFL or IELTS); The potential and motivation to enter high-level management positions; Commitment, motivation, and willingness to contribute
Recipient: University of Mannheim
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