the University of Lausanne has been selected as partner of the ChinaMed Business Program (CMBP), an intensive junior executive program for students and future managers interested in pursuing career opportunities across China and the Euro-Mediterranean region.
The CMBP takes place every year in China (Beijing, Chongqing and Shenzhen) during the summer. Due to the Covid-19 outbreak, this year’s edition will exceptionally take place online, from July 6 to July 31, with 4 weeks of online lectures, team projects, case-study analyses and conversations with international lecturers and guests, in the fields of innovation, finance, digital marketing, Chinese consumer behavior, negotiations and cross-cultural entrepreneurship. In addition to the online program, the organisers are contemplating holding an extra 10-day study tour with company visits in the most exciting Chinese cities this autumn, provided the Covid-19 crisis is contained. You will find all the details about CMBP 2020 edition in the attached brochure.
The mission of CMBP is to train a new generation of managers and entrepreneurs, a generation that is alert and competent to meet the opportunities and challenges of Chinese investments in the wider Mediterranean region, and of the growing importance of Chinese consumers worldwide.
CMBP classes consist of graduate students and young professionals from various fields: International Relations, Economics, Management, Architecture, Law, Engineering, History, Languages, Cultural Mediation, IT. Home universities of the participants to the previous editions include the London School of Economics, the Institut d'études politiques de Paris (Sciences Po), the Massachusetts Institute of Technologies, the Polytechnic University of Turin, Bocconi University, the Beijing Foreign Studies University, Inalco (Paris), the American University of Rome, the University of Torino, Zhejiang University. At the end of the program, participants are awarded a final certificate, jointly issued by the TOChina Hub and Peking University, and are then invited to join the TOChina Alumni network, to exchange opportunities and business contacts from all over the world.
Students and alumni of the University of Lausanne are entitled to apply for a Partners’ Scholarship, for reducing the tuition fees to EUR 800.
Applications are now open and are processed on a first come, first served basis. The deadline for applications is set on June 29, 2020.
Learn more at www.chinamedbusiness.eu and on CMBP social media pages on Linkedin and Instagram.
ChinaMed Business Program https://youtu.be/rL2W9Iazrf4
Meet the Directors https://youtu.be/FE2j68PgyK8
Guest speakers of previous editions https://youtu.be/glUiGt6BMuE