Students often wonder whether their decision to step out of the corporate world and embark on an expensive MBA was wise. Until recently, the hardest part of an MBA was getting accepted by a top business school. Having an MBA was the equivalent of between two-and-a-half and four years extra rating experience. It is in times like these that you realize the true value of an MBA.
Individuals who are interested in accounting, banking, investment, and other aspects of the financial world may be drawn to earning a Master in Business Administration (MBA) with a specialization in finance. This degree requires about two years of schooling after earning a Bachelor, and may help improve skills and knowledge.
China is seeking to promote the development of first-class universities. China's economy is already the world's second largest and is still growing. Experiencing its culture and understanding its market growth will boost your career.
Top MBA Programs in Finance in China 2017/2018
Tongji-Case Western Reserve MBA/MSM-Finance Double Degree Program was jointly launched by SEM of Tongji University and Weatherhead School of Management of Case Western Reserve University. [+]
In the Sprott MBA, you will acquire the skills required to analyze information, think strategically, make sound business decisions and lead others. [+]
SHU MBA is one of the first MBA programs in China committed to the whole-person development curriculum, which include three categories of modules “Global Local and Specific Business Skills”, “Personal Development and Leadership”, action-learning emphasized “Career Intelligence”. [+]
Master of Business Administration (SHU MBA)
SHU MBA is one of the first MBA programs in China committed to the whole-person development curriculum, which include three categories of modules “Global Local and Specific Business Skills”, “Personal Development and Leadership”, action-learning emphasized “Career Intelligence”. The “Personal Development and Leadership” courses and action-learning “Career Intelligence” courses are articulated as compulsory credits (about 30-40% of 60 total credits) in addition to its Global Local Business Skills courses.
Ranked Topin 2009, GLMBA, the flagship program of SHU MBA, was ranked the best in China amongst all MBA programs in group 5 and 6 of the fifth and sixth batches of MBA programs in China. SHU MBA may be the first MBA education in China with a focus on a GLOBAL LOCAL subject framework: by integrating global standards and thinking into local practice. SHU MBA uses its social recognition and actions to prove its full commitment to delivering a responsible education that will further each and every one of our ongoing and prospective MBA students.... [-]