BiMBA at Peking University
Beijing International MBA (BiMBA) at Peking University - was founded in 1998 as the first joint international MBA program in Beijing approved by the Chinese government. It is a joint educational venture, between Peking University (Beijing, China) and its global partners, operated by the National School of Development (NSD) at Peking University. On the background of China's reforms and modernization practices, BiMBA is operating in the excellent academic atmosphere and a long line of research traditions at PKU. It is committed to active participation in high level dialogues with local and global leaders, discussing China's present reforms and future development as well as the reconstruction of a global new order. Its goal is to cultivate corporate leaders who are familiar with China's market environment as well as international business practices and are thus empowered with a global vision and a local mindset.
Since its establishment, BiMBA has enjoyed NO.1 rankings several times as China's Most Valued Business School by Fortune and Forbes. All the MBA courses make a successful combination of Western and Chinese teaching styles, ensuring students attain a global mindset with adaptability to the local environment. Courses are taught both by BiMBA faculty and professors from Vlerick and other leading business schools around the world. Upon graduation, program participants will receive an MBA degree from the Vlerick Leuven Gent Management School in Belgium, which is one of the most renowned business schools in Europe and the best in Belgium. Vlerick's MBA degree has not only received official ratification from the Ministry of Education of the People'S Republic of China, it is also the only one in China holding all three major international business school accreditations - AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA.
Through systematic world-standard MBA education, BiMBA aims to nurture a group of executives with a mastery of the theories and practices of international business and build a group of leaders with knowledge, vision and entrepreneurship. The curriculum focuses on leadership and decision making skills, and application of advanced management theory in Chinese practices. Internationally used MBA textbooks are employed and English is set as the teaching language, with the exception of the courses holding Chinese cases.
Business Statistics, Managerial Economics, Report Writing and Presentation Skills, Business in China (for international students), Competition Strategy and Executive Ability (For Chinese Students), Negotiation Skills, Managing Organizational Behavior, Decision Making, Human Resources Management, Global Leadership, Innovation Management, Business Law and Ethics, Management Information Systems, Marketing Management, Operations Management, Corporate Finance, Financial Accounting, Managerial Accounting, China's Economic Development, Strategic Management, Entrepreneurship, Management Integration, In-Company Consultancy Project, M.S. in Global Finance
- Elite Student Scholarship:
Eligible applicants should be overall highly evaluated and have GMAT score above 700.
- Rising Star Scholarship (RSS)
Rising Star Scholarship is open to applicants who have great potential in their career development. Applicants are expected to have three to five years of work experience with a GMAT score of over 650.
- Financial Industry Scholarship (FIS)
FIS is offered to applicants with at least three years of experience in finance, accounting or audit work. Applicants’ GMAT score should be above 600.
- Diversity Contribution Scholarship (DCS)
DCS aims for the diversity of BiMBA student group. Female applicants, international applicants, applicants with startup experience, overseas work experience or special talent are all welcome to apply for this scholarship. GMAT is not required. Six applicants will be awarded based on a comprehensive assessment.
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