TIEMBA, World’s Most Popular Executive MBA, Extended for Another Six Years

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The Tsinghua-INSEAD Executive MBA (TIEMBA) Program, in a short span of ten years, has managed to capture the top spot in the Financial Times (FT) Executive MBA rankings.

The success of the partnership between INSEAD business school and Tsinghua University School of Economics & Management (Tsinghua SEM) of China, has prompted the announcement of an extension of their partnership for another six years.

The 18-months dual degree programme, since its launch on June 8, 2007 with 45 participants from 17 countries, has graduated more than 300 participants.

The success of the partnership between INSEAD business school and Tsinghua University School of Economics & Management (Tsinghua SEM) of China, has prompted the announcement of an extension of their partnership for another six years.

The new agreement extending the partnership was signed at Tsinghua University by Professor Ilian Mihov, Dean of INSEAD and Professor Qian Yingyi, Dean of Tsinghua SEM. The ceremony was attended by faculty, staff, students and alumni from both schools.

“We are very proud of our partnership with Tsinghua SEM. We started out with the initial goal to offer participants the best of both institutions: where participants explore business in the most dynamic regions of the world across four campuses,” Professor Ilian Mihov said.

“TIEMBA’s recent strong performance on globally-recognised rankings highlights the achievements of our faculty and alumni as well as the success of our partnership. With the renewal of the agreement, we demonstrate our strong commitment to the TIEMBA programme and our dedication in offering participants an immersive and innovative learning journey,” he added.

Professor Qian Yingyi termed as “exceptional” the benefits gained from INSEAD and Tsinghua SEM’s partnership. With faculty and research staff who are world experts in modern management and entrepreneurial studies, participants are exposed to diverse insights and viewpoints, he said.

“Learning from various classrooms across the world, our programme provides an extraordinary business education experience. After graduation, the participants will be alumnus of both Tsinghua and INSEAD, which provides them instant access to a global professional network for a lifetime of learning and success,” he added.

The TIEMBA programme was ranked at number one in the latest FT Executive MBA rankings. It had made a debut in the rankings in 2012, being placed fourth with its very first cohort.

Three years later, it has achieved first place with outstanding performance across several indicators. In particular, TIEMBA alumni have the second highest salary on average (US$324,000), and were ranked second for career progression and fourth for work experience.

Close to 30% of alumni hold the job titles of President, Managing Director or CEO, three years after graduation.

Designed for leaders in or doing business with the Asia-Pacific region, the TIEMBA offers a combination of both schools’ strengths. The collaboration reflects both schools’ commitment to diversity, not only in terms of culture, but also in terms of international experience and management skills.

The Tsinghua University School of Economics & Management (Tsinghua SEM) was founded in 1984 to champion the modern management of the Chinese economy.

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As the Chinese economy has become more integrated into the world economy, Tsinghua SEM’s research and teaching has also broadened its reach to international business management.

tsinghua-insead-tiemba-program-extended-for-another-six-years-one-year-mba-financial-times-executive-mba-emba-rankingINSEAD, with campuses in Europe (France), Asia (Singapore) and Middle East (Abu Dhabi), has 148 faculty members from 40 countries to guide more than 1,300 students in degree and PhD programmes. In addition, more than 9,500 executives participate in INSEAD’s executive education programmes each year. I

In 2016, all three of INSEAD’s MBA programes were ranked #1 by the Financial Times in their categories: MBA, Single School Executive MBA, and the Tsinghua-INSEAD Executive MBA. (Image courtesy : www.insead.edu)

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