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                        OPEN ENROLMENT PROGRAMMES

                        The open-enrolment programmes feature general management, leadership, strategy, finance, marketing and innovation. Instructors elaborate on core management concepts and share the best management practice. Efficient teaching methods, such as class instruction, case studies, tutoring, experience-based teaching, reflective teaching, and benchmarking, are aimed at enhancing middle-and-top managers’ leadership so that they can be well-placed to meet challenges in an ever-changing business environment.

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                        Company Specific Programme (CSP)

                        Co-developed by CEIBS faculty and company executives, company-specific programmes can meet the needs for talent development. The programmes popular with participants feature leadership development, innovative capability, and strategies for fast-growing markets. CEIBS faculty share up-to-date research findings with domestic and overseas companies to help them grapple with challenges faced. The latest list of customers includes Colgate, Danone, GE Healthcare, Johnson & Johnson, L'Oréal, PepsiCo, Philips, Rio Tinto Group, JD.com, New Oriental and Tencent.

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                        Top-ranked open programmes in mainland China

                        No international business school knows China better, and no China-based school knows the world better. The CEIBS Executive Education offers companies our unique value proposition of unbeatable China knowledge matched with world-class business management learning. Our extensive Open Programmes and Company Specific Programmes have assisted more than 3,000 organisations and more than 100,000 executives in developing business leadership skills for today and the future.


                                          
                                          

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