The China Europe International Business School (CEIBS) is the leading China-based international business school. In the 14 years since its launch, CEIBS has solidified its reputation as the leading international business school in Asia. It has acquired the rank of the top MBA programme in the Asia-Pacific region and is placed 8th in the world, according to the Financial Times (2009 edition). In doing so, CEIBS has become the first Chinese business school to make the top 10.
CEIBS is the first Asia-based business school with all three pogrammes (MBA, EMBA and Executive Education programmes) ranked in the global Top 25 by the Financial Times. It is the first business school in mainland China that has earned an internationally recognized EQUIS accreditation.
|Application Rounds & Deadlines|
|Application for entry into the August 2010 class is based on a 'round' admission system. Applicants need to make sure that all necessary documents are submitted to the MBA Admissions Office before the application deadline. The MBA Admissions Office will process an application only when it is completed. The final application deadline for admission is May 15, 2010. As the programme is highly competitive, applicants are encouraged to apply as early as possible. Seats offered in the 3rd round are likely to be limited. The application rounds and deadlines are listed below:|
|Round||Application Deadline||Interview in||Decision by|
|1||Nov. 15, 2009||Shanghai, Beijing and Shenzhen||Dec. 18, 2009|
|2||Feb. 01, 2010*||Shanghai, Beijing and Shenzhen||Apr. 02, 2010|
|3||Apr. 07, 2010||Shanghai, Beijing and Shenzhen||May 15, 2010|
|* Please note that all the scholarship application (except CEIBS Scholarship) should be submitted before Feb.01, 2010|
1). Why are you seeking to pursue your MBA study at this moment of your life in relation to your short-term and long-term career goals? Explain how an MBA from CEIBS will contribute to these goals. (500 words) *
For question 2(a) and 2(b), you only need to answer one of the two questions.
2(a). Describe your most significant work-related achievement and explain why you view it as such. (400 words)
2(b). Describe a difficult situation where you demonstrated leadership skills to achieve a positive outcome. (400 words)
For question 3(a) and 3(b), you only need to answer one of the two questions.
3(a). Describe a professional failure and what were the lessons learned? (400 words)
3(b). Describe a situation where your values, ethics or morals were challenged and how did you handle the situation. (400 words)
4.(Optional) Is there any other information that you believe would be helpful to the MBA Admission Committee in evaluating your application?(200 words).Re-applicants are suggested to describe the progress you have made since your previous application.