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Managing People in Turbulent Times: How Will the New Normal Look Like? & MBA 2020 Info Session

Peking University

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Peking University National School of Development – BiMBA invites you to join their new online class featuring PKU-Vlerick MBA Program Academic Dean Prof. Dirk Buyens, and PKU-Vlerick MBA Alumni Huibo Shang and Hesong Zou as guest speakers. The online class will also have an introduction to the MBA program, Alumni sharing, and Q&A portion after.

Peking University Beida Online Class Details

  • Topic: Managing People in Turbulent Times: How Will the New Normal Look Like?; MBA 2020 Info Session
  • Organizer: Peking University
  • Lecturers: Dirk Buyens, Academic Dean and Professor of Peking University-Vlerick MBA Program; Alumni: Huibo Shang, Hesong Zou, 
  • Date and time: Saturday, 16th May 2020 at 19:30-21:30 CST
  • Location: Online (link will be provided after you register)

To register please complete the form below. There are limited spaces and available on a first-come-first-serve basis.

About The Speaker

Dirk Buyens
Professor of Peking University-Vlerick MBA Program

Prof Dr. Dirk Buyens is Academic Dean and Partner of Vlerick Business School. He is also Chairperson of the HR Centre at Vlerick Business School. He obtained his Ph.D. in Industrial and Organisational Psychology at Ghent University and holds an MBA degree from KU Leuven. He was a doctoral fellow at the IR Centre of the Graduate School of Management at the University of Minnesota (USA). Dirk’s main research and teaching interest lie in Human Resources Management.

Alumni Guest Speakers

Huibo Shang 商慧波
PKU-Vlerick MBA 2015 Part-time Class
VMware, Senior R&D Manager

Hesong Zou 邹鹤松
PKU-Vlerick MBA 2018 Part-time Class
Nike Sports (China), Marketplace Planning Director

 

About the PKU-Vlerick MBA Program

Peking University (PKU) and Vlerick Business School in Belgium have been cooperating on an international MBA program since 2008. Vlerick Business School belongs to a selected group of business schools in the world that hold all 3 major international accreditation labels in the world of management education: EQUIS, AMBA, and AACSB. This triple accreditation recognizes Vlerick’s commitment to setting the highest quality standards in management education and research. Vlerick Business School was ranked 15th in European Business School Ranking in the Executive MBA Ranking 2018 by Financial Times.

Through systematic world-standard MBA education, Peking University – Vlerick Business School MBA aims to nurture a group of executives with a mastery of the theories and practices of international business and build a group of leaders with knowledge, vision, and entrepreneurship. The curriculum focuses on developing students’ core management skills, applying the advanced management theory in Chinese practices, and having a variety of skills in different areas.

About Beijing International MBA (BiMBA) at Peking University

BiMBA at Peking University, established in 1998 by Prof. Justin Yifu Lin (former Chief Economist and Senior Vice President of the World Bank) and his colleagues, is the first Sino-foreign MBA program in Beijing approved by the Chinese government. It is a joint educational venture between the National School of Development (NSD) at Peking University and its global partners. BiMBA now operates two joint MBA programs: PKU-UCL MBA and PKU-Vlerick MBA.

Today, BiMBA has two available MBA programs, the PKU – UCL MBA Programme and PKU – Vlerick MBA Programme.

The PKU BiMBA is located in Peking University’s beautiful former royal garden, Langrun Garden

 

Register for the Peking University (Beida) Online Class by completing the form below.

Register soon to reserve a seat. Spaces are limited and available on a first-come, first-serve basis.

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