Participants must have a Master’s degree from an accredited university. In exceptional cases, applicants with a four-year university Bachelor’s degree or a three-year university Bachelor’s degree and at least one year’s work experience, or applicants with an equivalent qualification, may be admitted to the program.
Applicants must prove that they have the necessary English skills to follow the teaching and to write the final MAS thesis. Applicants are expected to have an entrepreneurial spirit and an international mind-set.
Months of entry
MAS in European and Chinese Business Management
Mutual intercultural understanding is of utmost importance when doing business in a globalized world. The MAS in European and Chinese Business Management addresses this well-known fact by offering both theoretical and hands-on knowledge on general management in a Chinese and European context. Students from both China and Europe will mix in class, providing for an accelerated learning experience in intercultural management. European and Chinese faculty and guest lecturers from highly qualified professionals as well as an internship complement this cross-cultural learning.
This program is jointly offered with New Huadu Business School Switzerland. The curriculum integrates the setting of both, University of Zurich and New Huadu Business School, to offer top level courses related to international management. In addition, elective courses will be provided which include 10 seminars on the latest developments in the business world and business Chinese/English language courses. All the courses are taught in English.
New Huadu Business School Switzerland is the first independently registered overseas campus of a Chinese public business school. Professor Edmund Phelps, Dean of New Huadu Business School, is 2006 Nobel Laureate in Economics. In 2015, New Huadu Business School got nominated as one
Information for international students
The program is designed for university graduates from China and Europe, aiming at familiarizing themselves with:
- doing business in Europe(Chinese students); and
- doing business in China» (European students).
Focusing on Europe and China, the program equips participants with applied knowledge of international business management and experiences of working in a diverse cultural environment
Fees and funding
Tuition fees include attendance of all courses, seminars, internship/project work, course materials, exams and degree certificate. Travel and accommodation are not included.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Tony Zheng