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Sino-German business relationships are already close and growing more extensively with each passing year. Ideal preconditions, in other words, for the MANNHEIM & TONGJI Executive MBA, an innovative and unique learning experience offered jointly by Mannheim Business School and the School of Economics and Management of Tongji University in Shanghai. The part-time degree program helps experienced professionals and executives sharpen their skills for a top-management career at the interface of the two economic powerhouses and has become a Sino-German showcase project.
Sino-German Focus: All courses present current management knowledge from a Sino-German perspective
Excellence: Collaboration between two institutions that are leaders in management education in their respective countries and represent the highest standards in research and instruction worldwide
International Character: Half of the classes are held in Shanghai and half in Mannheim; course participants come from Germany, China and other parts of the world
If you would like a preliminary 30-minute online consultation with the Admissions Manager via skype to discuss your profile, please send an e-mail with your CV and a time slot that would suit you to: email@example.com. She will advise you whether your profile meets the requirements of our MANNHEIM & TONGJI EMBA program.
Please note that these online consultations will take place during our usual office hours on weekdays. These consultations do not start an application process and do not replace the selection interview.
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"After graduation I was promoted to a Global Vice President which was a great step in my career."
Alexander Rodde, alumnus of the MANNHEIM & TONGJI Executive MBA class of 2013, talks about the impact of the program on his career.