Understanding the Asian Century and the World’s next Superpower. The New World Economy. With the recognition of China being the next global superpower, the world is now beginning to realise the importance of a MBA education in Asia, with particular understanding on business in China.
Peking University (PKU)
Founded in 1898, Peking University (PKU) is the first national university in Chinese modern history, reputable within and outside China, owing to the abundant teaching resources and resounding research achievements. PKU now consists of 31 colleges and 14 departments, offering 101 undergraduate programmes, 224 postgraduate programmes, and 202 doctoral programmes. Its faculty members and students have impacted directly or indirectly every level of society – legal, political, literary, scientific, social, philosophical and cultural. Their contributions include extensive involvement in China’s economic and financial reform, innovative scientific and medical research applications. The University is proud of its part in educating China’s most prominent social, business and political leaders.
Guanghua School of Management
Guanghua School of Management has established strong academic and professional connections with various institutions throughout the world. Just as China itself is in a dynamic state of change, the School is constantly researching the challenges facing the future of world economies. Ably staffed by over 70 full-time faculty members, Guanghua offers serious doctoral research, specialised MBA and undergraduate programmes. Some universities represented by recently recruited faculty members are Harvard, Oxford, Stanford, Yale, Carnegie Mellon, Brown, Purdue, and University of California at Berkeley. With its superior academic programmes and staff, Guanghua School of Management is well positioned to welcome students of all nationalities who are interested in pursuing excellence at an internationally recognised university.
Both universities have world-class faculties with PhDs from the best universities around the world, including Harvard, Stanford and MIT. While the faculty members in NUS have extensive consulting experience, represent 28 nationalities and are competent in at least 20 languages, the faculty members in PKU boasts nationally-acclaimed professors who have impacted upon the economy of China in the past few decades.