Virtual CUHK MBA Information Session & Sample Class on “Decoupling: US-China Economic Relations after US Presidential Election”

Date:
10 November 2020

Time:
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM (GMT+8)

Venue:
Webinar

Speaker:
Dr. Andrew Yuen
Senior Lecturer
Academic Director, CUHK MBA Programmes

Rebecca Wong
Assistant Director of Marketing & Admissions, CUHK MBA Programmes


Admission:
Registration Link: https://mba.cuhk.edu.hk/upcoming-events/virtual-information-session-sample-class-on-us-china-relations/

Enquiries:
Tel.: (852) 3943 7782
Email: mba@cuhk.edu.hk


Event Details:

Sino-US relations have long been intense due to conflicts in trade, technology, finance and other fields. This has led to increased uncertainty in the global economy, creating impacts on global and Chinese companies’ business operations and investments. Despite the challenges, Hong Kong is still one of the optimal places to do business between East and West. How does Hong Kong continue playing a unique role for doing business in Asia? How do corporations seize business opportunities in the city?

Join our Virtual MBA Information Session & Sample Class to understand the Sino-US bilateral economic relationship after the US Presidential Election. Dr. Andrew Yuen, Academic Director of CUHK MBA Programmes, will share his insights into its impacts on the global economic system, the Chinese National Economic Strategy and roles of Hong Kong in the new normal.

Our Assistant Director, Marketing and Admissions – Rebecca Wong will also share how we help you develop leadership and management skills, and promote an entrepreneurial and innovation mindset to enhance your career prospects. During the webinar, you will get an overview of the CUHK MBA Programme, career opportunities after an MBA, along with information about the application process, scholarships and financial support.



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