Categories: Asian Business Schools

MBA Program Withdraws From China Due to "Widespread Plagiarism," Other Issues

Posted by: Geoff Gloeckler on July 26

A small New Jersey college has decided to close its China MBA program after finding evidence that students there engaged in rampant cheating. Centenary College, a Hackettstown-NJ-based institution, ended its...

Education Reform Could Help Indian B-Schools

Posted by: Geoff Gloeckler on April 22

Our colleague in Asia, Bruce Einhorn, wrote this post for the ‘Eye on Asia’ blog, but we thought it would also be of interest to the business school audience, so...

More oversight for Indian business schools

Posted by: Alison Damast on August 25

Back in June, I reported on the shoddy state of many of India's business schools. The negative publicity the country's business schools have received in the past year seems to...

AACSB pushes for higher standards in Asia

Posted by: Alison Damast on July 31

The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) is expanding its global footprint with a new office in Asia, the organization announced on July 31. It will be headed...

Harvard Opens China Office

Posted by: Phil Mintz on July 09

Harvard's business school has opened its first China office, in Shanghai, the Harvard Crimson reports. The office will help arrange for internships, aid in research for b-school faculty, and possibly...

Columbia-LBS-Hong Kong Joint EMBA

Posted by: Phil Mintz on June 22

Columbia University and London Business School are expanding their partnership EMBA program to Hong Kong and Shanghai. The program, to be known as EMBA-Global Asia,is to be offered in partnership...

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