The MBA is by far and away the most successful degree of the 20th century. Look at the American statistics. The first degree was not given out until the 1900’s. By the end of the 20th century it had a 27% market share of all graduate degrees given out.
The china higher education for a couple of years has been voted as one of the best among the Asian countries. This country has over 150 both public and private owned universities distribution on all provinces of china. The higher education is research based.
Top MBA Programs in Management in China 2017/2018
The Marshall MBA Program for Professionals and Managers (MBA.PM) is our evening MBA program for students who wish to remain fully employed while pursuing their graduate studies. [+]
The Marshall MBA Program for Professionals and Managers (MBA.PM) is our evening MBA program for students who wish to remain fully employed while pursuing their graduate studies.
This 33 month program consists of two major components: core classes and elective classes. The first 12 months of the program are comprised of core classes that provide you with a solid foundation in all of the major business disciplines through careful sequencing of courses from each functional area. Following the core experience, all MBA.PM students take PM.GLOBE, a semester-long macroeconomics course enhanced by a week-long overseas trip. You complete your MBA degree by enrolling in elective courses that allow you to design a concentration that meets your unique goals and career objectives. At the completion of the program, you will be considered an expert in the field of the concentration you pursued.... [-]
The HBS MBA program aims to stimulate your growth in a number of distinctive ways: General management focus; Case method;Community experience;Global reach;HBS network... [+]
The HBS Advantage
Preparing Students for a Lifetime of Leadership
is a community of people engaged in many activities focused on one purpose developing leaders. Our MBA graduates use the skills they develop here to inspire change and innovation throughout their lives-- in business and in other organizations, in their communities, and in society.
Admission to Harvard Business School is really an invitation. We ask you to engage the sum of your talents, your experience, and your dedication in an intensive, two-year program of transformation. Here, we encourage you to challenge your assumptions, acquire new skills, examine unfamiliar possibilities, imagine unexpected opportunities and, most of all, to assume responsibility for yourself and for our world.... [-]