Educating the Next Chinese Business Leaders

China’s elite business programmes are increasingly international in their focus and have mostly escaped a clampdown on ‘western’ values, but there are tighter controls on EMBAs and there signs of more scrutiny

Tighter rules reduce enrolment in lower-level schools

Professors report more scrutiny, but masters students escape ideological pressure

Beijing is wooing masters students with easier access to work permits

Compare starting salaries and other important data supplied by top schools in the region

Mainland China drives growth in Hong Kong schools too

Female graduates still struggle with gender-related challenges

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Chinese schools open up opportunities unavailable in the West

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