Shanghai EMBA/MBA Fair 2012 2012-08-14 18:13:18

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                                Shanghai EMBA/MBA Fair
 


August 23, 2012      
Antai School of Economics and Management, 
Shanghai China

Organizing Sponsors:

GMAC \ WhichMBA \ Antai School of Economics and Management \ The Fuqua School of Business \ USCMarshall School of Business \
Hult International Business School


Register here:
http://events.whichmba.net/events/2767

      Over the last decade, Shanghai has emerged as a key center for management education in Asia. The city now boasts an abundance of programs offered by both Chinese and international business schools. These programs offer an almost bewildering array of study experiences, varying in the amount of time they require, the types of students they admit, the faculty they use, and the locations where instruction takes place.In addition to the many traditional full-time MBA format both in China and abroad that require students to step away from their jobs from one to two years, MBA seekers now have many program formats to choose from that allow them to work while they earn their MBA from top business schools.
   

      For both early and mid-career professionals, this abundance of options has made the process of choosing a program an increasingly complex endeavor.  And, given the importance of finding the right fit between your needs and the program you chose, Graduate Management Admissions Counciland whichmba.net, have teamed with the Fuqua School of Business, the Marshall School of BusinessHult International Business School, and the Antai College of Economics and Management to host an event designed to help you better understand your opportunities.  At the event you’ll hear from leading experts in management education in China what they think are the key factors you should consider in choosing a program, and you’ll have an opportunity to meet with students, alumni, and directors from the leading international programs in Shanghai to hear from them first-hand about the experience each program offers. 

      Our goal for the evening is to help you understand your options for studying either full-time or while continuing to work both here in Shanghai and overseas so that you can find the program that best fits your needs.

      For more information about EMBA programs in China, for more information about MBA programs in China. 


Venue:

Antai College of Economics and Management,
North Building, Room 201
535 Fahua Zhen Rd. Shanghai 200052 China

* Space is limited so reservations are required.
 
Agenda:

 
18:00-18:30          Registration and Networking
 
18:30-18:45          The Management Education Landscape in China, 
                           Prof. Patrick Moreton, Associate Dean Duke Kunshan University Initiative
 
18:45-19:00          The Value of an MBA, 
                           Danielle Jervis, Associate Director of Marketing GMAC Asia Pacific
 
19:00-19:45          Program Directors Panel Discussion: 
                           Choosing the Right Program for you, moderate by Prof. Patrick Moreton
 
Panelist:

John Van Fleet, 
Assistant Dean Marshall School of Business

Adriana Pawlik, 
Director Recruiting & Marketing, EMBA Asia, Hult International Business School

Russell Davis,
Assistant Director for MBA Admissions, Fuqua School of Business

Ying Zhao,  
Managing Editor, whichmba.net
 
19:45-20:15          Break
 
20:15-21:00          Concurrent Student &  Alumni Panel discussion 

EMBA Track Panel Discussion:  moderated by TBD
MBA Track Panel Discussion:  moderated by TBD
 
21:00-                    Break, with participants staying to network and meet with programs as long as they want.
 

Who Should Attend:  


Early to mid-career professionals interested in understanding the value of an MBA education and their options for studying

Register here: http://events.whichmba.net/events/2767
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