The Center for Executive Development (CED) will significantly increase its international presence this year with two new landmark programs in China and in Australia.
As part of a five-year, multi-million dollar agreement with Nankai University in China, CED will deliver graduate-level financial engineering courses to executive MBA students in the country’s burgeoning financial center Shenzhen starting in September 2004.
The CED courses will be taught at Nankai’s new campus in Shenzhen, a commercial city in the south of China, near Hong Kong. Shenzhen is a fast growing finance and entrepreneurship center of China, which houses one of the country’s two main stock exchanges.
CED will deliver five courses per year for the next five years. The courses, which are based on five courses from the Haas Master’s in Financial Engineering (MFE) program, will count toward Nankai University’s executive MBA degree.
CED will also break into the Australian domestic executive education market in 2004, building on the strong demand from international businesses and associations with interests in Australia.
CED’s Australia programs will include
• Creativity & Innovation Management
• Venture Capital Program
• Executive International Growth Program
• Advanced Management Program
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