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China Europe International Business School

Overview (by Hjort)

The China Europe International Business School (CEIBS) provides an 18 month MBA program in English in mainland China. It was established in 1994.

  • Rankings
    • FT 2005 ranks CEIBS #22 worldwide - near Virginia, Toronto, York, and Cornell.
    • EIU 2003 placed CEIBS #65 worldwide - near Western Ontario and Thunderbird.

Summary of Chinese schools (by Antmavel)

I am seriously considering this school for my future MBA so I'll be pleased to exchange about that school which is ranked 22 in the FT world ranking...and it's the only official MBA available in China. Honestly, this school seems not very well known in Europe or in US but in China it is the new growing reference, especially because many chinese CEO's went there to get a better education and to improve their international skills at a time when China was begin to open itself more and more to foreign countries, it helped a lot this school's reputation.

For people that are interested about a Chinese MBA or Masters you can also join the Qinghua University MBA. Qinghua University is generally consider as the best chinese school all over the country, the university is located in the northwestern suburbs of Beijing. Even with no funds at that time, the university developed China's first silicon transistor and first atomic reactor in the 1950s and Qinghua University has today ties with Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in the United States concerning the MBA program, however I think that the MBA is all in chinese so still not accessible for everybody.

Another great school to check is Fudan University, originally called Fudan Public School, was founded in 1905 in Shanghai, it is now is one of the leading universities in China and currently the total enrollment of Fudan University is more than 36,000 students. The school is very famous in the chinese business world, however no MBA available yet but many Masters. I am not sure that Masters are available in English language so this has to be checked.


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