2016 Most Influential MBA Award for Manchester Business School China Centre
Published on 2016-12-19
On 11th December 2016, Manchester Business School was invited to attend 2016 China Business School development Forum, hosted by Tencent Education, one of the most influential Chinese Education Award Ceremony.
Joining the forum were the most respected Business Schools in the country. Manchester Business School was one of the few International Schools that have been invited. Built on the honor of winning “2015 Most Innovative MBA” award, the School was awarded “2016 Most Influential MBA”. China Centre Director Ms. Sherry Fu, Sophia Guo and Emmy Wang from the recruiting team received this award on behalf of the School.
The theme of the Forum this year is Revolution and Transformation. With a growing number of schools offering MBA programmes in China in recent years, how can schools offer better value proposal to candidates and how should business schools lead themselves to nurture talents in this new era of online technology and social media? China Centre Director expressed her view during a panel discussion among business school leaders.
“We believe that business schools should stay closely connected to businesses. We continuously explore opportunities to create talent management partnerships to both local and international enterprises. This helps us understand what real businesses are in need of. ”
As a result, University of Manchester China Centre is going to a launch short-term Executive Development Programme in February 2017 on Negotiation Skills, a two-day programme designed for executives that need to negotiate across border and cultures. It will help the delegate to understand and manage cultural differences as well as helping to develop negotiation and persuasion strategies across different cultures. We hope the new programme in addition to our current offering - Global MBA will help companies and individuals achieve purpose for personal and organisational development.
Originally established in 2008, Manchester Business School China Centre was officially reopened as The University Manchester China Centre on 25th September 2016 by President and Vice-Chancellor of the University Prof. Dame Nancy Rothwell. Currently offers Part-time MBA Programmes, a Joint DBA programme with Shanghai Jiao Tong University and a collaborative MBA Degree Programme with Tongji University, UoM China Centre aims to offer a wider range of options to aspiring professionals of different fields! Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.