BiMBA Business School - Peking University

BiMBA, established in 1998 by Prof. Justin Yifu Lin (former Chief Economist and Senior Vice President of the World Bank) and his colleagues, is the first Sino-foreign MBA program in Beijing approved by the Chinese government. It is a joint educational venture between the National School of Development (NSD) at Peking University and its global partners. 
 
As the leading university think-tank in China, the NSD provides BiMBA MBA students with a platform to understand micro-issues from a macro-standpoint and to truly grasp the 'big picture' in management. Together with its university partners, BiMBA is committed to cultivating corporate leaders who are familiar with China's market environment and international business practices and thus empowered with a global vision and a local mindset. Currently, BiMBA runs two joint international MBA programs: Peking University - UCL MBA and Peking University - Vlerick Business School MBA
 

BiMBA Program Options:

Peking University - UCL MBA

http://en.bimba.pku.edu.cn/mba_pekinguniversity-ucl_overview.html


Peking University - Vlerick Business School MBA

http://en.bimba.pku.edu.cn/mba_pekinguniversity-vlerick_overview.html

 

As an MBA in China’s top think tank NSD, BiMBA is committed to helping you develop a macro way of thinking, and give you a high-level perspective of managing companies in shifting national and international government policy contexts.

Academic Experience

  • The professors at BiMBA are drawn from top business schools in the world - UK, U.S, Europe, China and elsewhere. 

  • Classical core courses and a series of forward-looking electives are designed to train, develop and inspire passionate business leaders and professionals of competence, character, and commitment.

  • The second master study in Finance / Real Estate helps you to sharpen your industry expertise.

Advance Your Career

  • The career office provides you with professional counseling and coaching, career management tools, interview skill training and intern/job hunting resources to forge your career path.

  • The mentors who are exclusively matched one-on-one to the students bring a wealth of industry expertise to help them develop personalized career strategies.

Diverse and Global Community

NSD's active alumni community includes 18000+ business leaders, professional managers, entrepreneurs, academic and political leaders over the world.

 

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Application time: Oct.1,2018-Jun.30,2019
 
Program starts: August, 2019
 

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  • One-on-One Admission Talk / Campus Visit / Class Sit-in
    • Prospective students can schedule a Skype/telephone talk with the Admission Officer. You are also welcome to visit Peking University for a campus tour or to sit in a class to meet professors and students. Please send your résumé to make an appointment.

MBA Admissions Office

Tel: +86-10-62754800/4801

WeChat Inquiry: Please add PKUNSD-BiMBA in WeChat.

Email: admissions@bimba.pku.edu.cn

Website: en.bimba.pku.edu.cn

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PKU-UCL MBA Students:

  • class size: 100
  • female students: 47%
  • salary increase: 62%
  • average GMAT score: 672
  • course fee 2018 intake: RMB 310,000 (approx. USD 47,000); 2019: TBA
  • average years of work: 6

PKU-Vlerick Part-time MBA Students:

  • class size: 70
  • female students 48%
  • salary increase 62%
  • average GMAT score: 683
  • course fee 2018 intake: RMB 290,000 (approx. USD 44,000); 2019: TBA
  • average age: 33
  • average years of work: 9