B-SCHOOL WITHIN THE GREATER TSINGHUA

We are A Business School Within the Greater Tsinghua University.

The integration of Tsinghua SEM into the greater Tsinghua University allows you to draw on a large pool of resources only available at a world class comprehensive university. Many efforts have been made across schools and departments within the University for MBA students to broaden the scope of their knowledge base beyond just business related topics. The range of resources available across Tsinghua University will prepare you to become future well-rounded general managers who are aware of cutting edge humanitarian and scientific developments.

 

Tsinghua SEM

The School of Economics and Management (SEM) was established in 1984. Professor ZHU Rongji, China’s fifth Premier, served as the Founding Dean from 1984 to 2001. As the pioneer of business education in China, Tsinghua SEM is the first school on the Chinese mainland to attain both AACSB and EQUIS accreditation and is home to the Secretariat of the China National MBA Education Supervisory Committee. Today, Tsinghua SE M is recognized as a leading business school in China with 7 departments, 24 research centers, 6 laboratories and access to resources around Tsinghua as a university-based business school. It has established in-depth collaborations with world-famous business schools including HBS, HEC Paris, INSEAD, MIT Sloan, Stanford GSB, and Wharton through various programs. SEM is home to over 4,000 current students in its undergraduate, masters, doctoral, MBA and EMBA programs. Each year over 7,000 senior executives also participate in its non-degree programs.

 

 

Tsinghua University

Tsinghua University was founded in 1911. Having inherited years of excellence and cultural traditions, Tsinghua is recognized as one of the most prestigious universities in the nation for the best talents, high level of research, and outstanding scholars. The university currently has 19 schools and 56 departments with faculties in science, engineering, humanities, law, medicine, history, philosophy, economics, management, education, and art, among others. Among 190,000 Tsinghua graduates, many became academic masters, state leaders, renowned entrepreneurs, and notable figures in various fields to lead China to its status today.