151 new students have started their Beijing International MBA programme

On 23 August the academic year in China has started with 151 new students pursuing an MBA. More precisely 50 new full-time MBA students embarked on their learning journey with 48% being female participants, and 20% internationals. They were joined by 101 new part-time MBA students of which 39% female students and 7% internationals.

The Beijing International MBA (BiMBA) programme at Beijing University was established 15 years ago. During the past five years Vlerick Business School has been the accreditation partner of this programme, with the academic responsibility for both the 16 month full-time as well as the two year part-time international English-language MBA.

Professor Dirk Buyens was present during the opening event: “Our colleagues at BiMBA organised a great opening event where 151 new MBA students joined us. Having had the honour to be present during that event myself I would like to congratulate our BiMBA colleagues for a perfect organisation.

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