Today I am at the World MBA Tour fair in Shanghai. I met some great students in Beijing and thought now that it would be useful to share some student perspectives on the UST MBA program.
“An M.B.A. is still a young degree in the world, especially in China,” says Jing Zhang. “But China is on a rapid growth path – everything is developing fast, and young people are very eager to learn. An M.B.A. earned in the United States is seen as especially valuable in China.”
“The economic development in China attracts interest everywhere,” says Eric Wu. “More and more Fortune 500 companies are establishing their operations in China. They need employees who can communicate with headquarters and know the local business. Therefore, people with an overseas M.B.A. degree are a good fit for them.”
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