CEIBS Knowledge

2020-06-30
Commercial involvement in the Olympics is relatively moderate – that is, the Olympics are not overly commercialised at all. In fact, many sorts of advertising are not permitted within the competition venues. The whole event itself is non-profit and it is not easy for the organisers to make a lot of money out of it. However, the commercial value of the Games cannot be ignored. Some sponsors may gain higher market visibility and, as a result, higher revenue.
2020-06-15
Will street-side vending – which occupies a regulatory grey area – be the next big window of opportunity in China? And, how will the economic activity develop after it was championed through policies announced at China’s Two Sessions – the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) and National People’s Congress (NPC) – this year?

News

2020-06-20
Nearly 2,000 people join in to watch the first virtual graduation celebration in CEIBS history
2020-06-02
A team consisting of CEIBS Professor Daniel Han Ming Chng, Xin (Cynthia) Pi, and Liman Zhao was today awarded the top prize in the category of Responsible Business in the 2019 EFMD Case Writing Competition.

Upcoming Events

2020-07-07
You are invited to meet one-on-one with CEIBS Global EMBA admissions staff for a coffee chat on July 7, 2020, in Guangzhou.
2020-06-28 to 2020-12-31
During this time of adversity, we have launched 1-to-1 online consultation sessions for MBA applicants around the world.

CEIBS Stories

2020-07-02
First, a disclaimer: I’m neither an experienced nor a particularly talented hiker. In fact, I have mild vertigo and I’m rather inflexible, which makes manoeuvring around mountainous regions a physical and mental challenge (to say the least). But that, I suppose, is the whole idea of an alpine hike and also of this written reflection on how I got here and where I might go next.
2020-07-01
Seoul Min is an award-winning consultant with his own consulting business...

Our Programmes

MBA

At a glance
  • Ranking: #5 in the world and #1 in Asia by the Financial Times
  • Location: Shanghai Campus
  • Duration: 18 months (full-time); 12-month option also available
  • Language: English
  • Class size: 180
Eligibility criteria
  • Bachelors’ degree or equivalent
  • Valid GMAT/GRE or CEIBS Admission Test score
  • Minimum of 2 years of work experience
  • Proficiency in English

Finance MBA

At a glance
  • Location: Shanghai Campus
  • Duration: Approximately 24 months
  • Language: Chinese
  • Class size: 2 groups
Eligibility criteria
  • Undergraduate university degree or above
  • Minimum of 5 years of working experience with at least 2 years in managerial positions
  • Currently working full time in a financial institution or in a finance-related function in another industry

Executive MBA

At a glance
  • History: The first EMBA programme offered on the Chinese mainland
  • Location: Shanghai Campus/Beijing Campus/Shenzhen Campus
  • Schedule: 24 months (part time); 4 days per month; start dates in May and October
  • Language: Chinese
  • Students: Average age: 40; percentage of top management-level participants: 98%
Eligibility criteria
  • Undergraduate university degree or above
  • 10 years of work experience with 7 years in managerial positions
  • A highly committed organisation that allows you 2 working days off each month to attend classes

Global EMBA

At a glance
  • Ranking: #5 in the world for the second consecutive year in the Financial Times’ ranking in 2019
  • Location: Shanghai Campus/Zurich Campus/Accra Campus
  • Duration: 20 months (part time)
  • Language: English
  • Class size: 100
Eligibility criteria
  • Undergraduate university degree or above
  • 10 years of work experience with 7 years in managerial positions
  • Strong command of both written and spoken English
  • A highly committed organisation that allows you 2 working days off each month to attend classes

Hospitality EMBA

At a glance
  • Location: Shanghai Campus/Zurich Campus, EHL (Lausanne, Switzerland),  Japan, Singapore, Hong Kong
  • Duration: 18 months (part time)
  • Language: Chinese or English with simultaneous interpretation
  • Class size: 100
Eligibility criteria
  • Undergraduate university degree or above
  • 10 years of work experience with 7 years in managerial positions
  • A highly committed organisation that allows participants two working days off each month to attend classes

Executive Education

At a glance
  • Service: 13,000+ companies, 180,000+ participants
  • Programmes: Open Enrolment Programme (OEP)/Company Specific Programme (CSP)
  • Location: Shanghai Campus/Beijing Campus/Shenzhen Campus/Overseas
  • Type: Single Module/Multi Module
  • Language: Chinese

Entrepreneurial Leadership Camp

At a glance
  • History: The first entrepreneurship programme offered in China
  • Location: Shanghai Campus/Beijing Campus/Shenzhen Campus/overseas
  • Duration: 12 months (part-time)
  • Language: Chinese
  • Students: Founder, 25 listed companies
Eligibility criteria
  • Founder, majority shareholder or CEO
  • The start-up needs to have series A or later rounds of funding
  • An industry leader, innovator or challenger with high growth potential

Venture Capitalist Camp

At a glance
  • Location: Shanghai Campus/Beijing Campus/Shenzhen Campus/overseas
  • Duration: 12 months (part-time)
  • Language: Chinese
  • Students: Senior investors, Average Assets under Management: RMB 10.9 Billion
Eligibility criteria
  • Senior investors at or above partner level from VC institutions
  • Directors of FOF, companies’ strategic investment, family office, large-scale asset management, and financial exchanges