May 18, 2020


Applications open for the online edition of the ChinaMed Business Program (July 6-31, 2020)


Applications are now open for the the 2020 edition of ChinaMed Business Program (CMBP, Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the CMBP will be fully organized online from Monday, July 6th to Friday, July 31st, 2020.

The CMBP offers a unique and intensive set of crash courses – for a total of 120+ hours of intensive training – designed to equip a high-power group of prospective managers and entrepreneurs with strategic skills in the areas of business internationalization, cross-cultural management and creative entrepreneurship, with a focus on China and the Euro-Mediterranean region.

The curriculum has been specifically designed by an international team of scholars of contemporary China together with European executive education specialists and China-based professionals. All faculty members are accomplished business executives, legal professionals and academics from some of the world’s best universities and most dynamic companies.

The program aims to respond to the growing demand for highly-qualified profiles combining substantive competence on China and the Euro-Mediterranean region, good command of the basics of international business, and an entrepreneurial spirit free of naiveté.

After 4 weeks of lectures and mentoring, up to 50 young international talents will be equipped with advanced cross-cultural management tools to deal with China's business eco-system by:

  • acquiring essential know-how to pursue an international business venture through 120 hours of lectures & mentoring with a world-class faculty of academics, entrepreneurs and managers from key multinational corporations
  • becoming part of a vibrant community of high-achieving Alumni steadily establishing themselves in business, academia and institutions across the globe
  • obtaining a certificate issued by the TOChina Hub and Peking University, China’s top academic institution

Apply before June 29 to catch this opportunity:

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