Having a global mindset and learning cross-cultural management skills is invaluable in the globalized business environment we have today. To help students achieve the level of cultural experience needed, Guanghua provides double degree programs with 12 top-tier business schools. Our MBA students are given the opportunity to immerse themselves in a different cultural environment, sharpen their language skills, and gain high-profile networks in two countries. Successful completion of this program results in two MBA degrees; one from Guanghua and one from our partner school.
In 2001, the Guanghua School of Management signed a cooperation agreement with the Business School at the National University of Singapore to establish an international MBA program – our first double MBA degree program. Since then, we have reached similar agreements with 12 prestigious schools worldwide:
ESSEC Business School (France)
WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management (Germany)
ESADE Business School (Spain)
National University of Singapore (Singapore)
Graduate School of Business, Seoul National University (South Korea)
Graduate School of Business, Yonsei University (South Korea)
College of Management, National Taiwan University (Taiwan, China)
To become a double degree student, first, you need to enroll at Guanghua as an MBA student, after which you apply to your interested partner schools, and upon successful admission by one of our partners, you become a double degree candidate. Usually, your first year will be spent in Guanghua, the second year in a partner school, except for the Guanghua-ESADE program. Both schools' credit hour and thesis requirements must be fulfilled. Tuition will be paid to Guanghua during your first year, and to partner school during your second year.
Most of our double degree programs are MBA programs, the only exception being ESSEC in France where you will attain a Master in Management.
*The above information is subject to change. Please log on to the partner school website for the latest admission and tuition information.
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