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Renmin Business School Placed the 13th Globally and the 1st in China by FT EE Ranking 2018

发布日期:2018-05-24

On May 14, 2018, FT released its Global Executive Education Ranking in which 90 b-schools are included. Renmin Business School (RMBS) is ranked the 13th globally with 4 key indicators ranked among the top 3.

 

RMBS executive education program is recognized for pre-class preparation, content, quality, pedagogy, and training objectives among other indicators. And in particular, it is ranked the 1st globally for Follow-up and Growth, the 2nd for Future Use, and the 3rd for Partner Schools. Other world-class b-schools that are placed among the top 15 in the ranking include Iese Business School, London Business School, Stanford Graduate School of Business, and Harvard Business School.

 

RMBS executive education program aims to bridge internationally advanced theories with real-world corporate practice. Poised to be the expert in Chinese management, it provides businesses with customized management training and solutions and helps them address challenges and reshape strategies. The clients’ top management is therefore able to reach consensus and deliver on strategies that forge competitive edge for the businesses to take a leading position in their respective industries.

 

RMBS Executive Education Center has long-time partnerships with Huawei, Lenovo, Haier, China Mobile, CITIC Group, Sinopec, SAIC-GM, Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, and many other renowned enterprises. Its clients also include rising starts including Tencent, JD.COM, and Hainan Airlines among others. It also provides training programs for governments and their affiliates represented by the State-Owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission of the State Council and CCTV.

 

MAO Jiye, Dean of Renmin Business School

This is indeed thrilling news! The major breakthrough marks a big leap in our efforts to build the school into “a world-class business school as the expert in Chinese management”.

 

Executive education is the most direct way through which business schools connect with businesses and the society. It brings b-schools close to the business community, and facilitates the conversion of knowledge into productivity. Customized training programs are extremely demanding. Many top-tier business schools like Harvard Business School, INSEAD, and IMD have highly acclaimed executive education programs.

 

The fact that we are now ranked the 13th globally testifies to our strong faculty expertise as well as our clients’ recognition of program innovation and service quality.  

 

ZOU Yufeng, Assistant Dean & Director of EMBA and EE Program Centers

Our devotion to client satisfaction is witnessed by our high rankings in Follow-up and Growth, and Future Use among other key indicators. In recent years, we have taken an array of measures to improve program quality and allocate resources based on clients’ needs but not those of faculty members or administrative staff. Emphasis is placed on teaching innovation. We require that lecture and discussions each takes up 50% of the class time. Each module should include lectures, discussions, reflections, simulation/real-world experience, and company visits. And program design should follow standardized processes and be module-based. In addition, we believe that outstanding faculty remains our trump card. We are the first b-school in China to appoint and reward faculty members only according to program participants’ ratings but not their academic or administrative titles.

 

YANG DU, Professor at Renmin Business School, one of the 6 experts who compiled the Management Principles and Guidelines of Huawei Group

To be the expert in Chinese management, we need to not only understand management knowledge, but also upgrade management skills, and forge management philosophies as well.  

Renmin Business School is now ranked the 13th globally for its executive education programs. This is a major step forward in its pursuit to play a leading role in Chinese management education. Its executive training programs features combination of lectures, simulations, company visits, and discussions, and integration of western management theories and up-to-date real-world management experience.

 

GENG Zengqiang, CEO of Thunder Software Technology Co., Ltd. 

After 7 years’ rapid growth, the company now has a hunger for strong management skills. Renmin Business School provides for us a tailor-made Advanced Management Program (AMP), from which our managers learn how to achieve sustained development and constant breakthroughs through creative thinking and innovations in technologies and management.