B&R EMBA Program for Southeast Asia

The B&R EMBA Program for Southeast Asia offered by PBC School of Finance (PBCSF), Tsinghua University, adopts an educational approach that is closely aligned with the demands of China’s financial reforms. Building on a wealth of educational and industrial resources, the Program enjoys an unparalleled faculty composed mostly of regulatory officials and industry elites. It is one of the most recognized EMBA programs in the Asia-Pacific region.

Program Highlights

  • Finance Focused

    85% of the curriculum is focused
    on finance and accounting

  • Forefront Practice

    80% of program faculties are
    industry leaders

  • Capital Accelerator

    Nearly 40% of the students' corporations
    are publicly listed companies

  • Innovation Driven

    Nearly 80% of the students are co-founders
    and highest decision-makers

Course of Study

Created for entrepreneurs and senior executives from all academic backgrounds, The B&R EMBA Program for Southeast Asia provides a thorough foundation in finance. Through relevant case studies, dynamic lectures, small group discussions, workshops and company visits, student will gain an in-depth perspective on China’s ‘Belt and Road’ Policy, given its important role in the infrastructure development of the entire South Asia region, learn how to effectively apply financial analysis techniques, work with capital markets and financial institutions, and engage with Chinese entrepreneurs. 

 “Belt and Road” Policy General Management China’s Macro Financial Policy International Financial Policy and Market Corporate Finance Financial Markets “Knowledge as Action”- Corporate Visit in China
◆“Belt and Road” Policy  ◆ Corporate Leadership in Globalization ◆ China’s Macro Economic Analysis and Policy Interpretation ◆ Global Financial System ◆ Corporate Globalization Development Strategy ◆ Financial Market Study ◆Regulatory Agencies and Financial Institutions in Beijing
◆ Investment Opportunity under the “Belt and Road” Policy ◆ Corporate Development and Competitive Strategy ◆ China's Foreign Investment and Macro Policy Interpretation ◆ RMB Convertibility and Internationalization ◆ Financial Statement Analysis and Management Decision-Making ◆ Investment Theory and Practice ◆ Technical Innovation Enterprise in Shenzhen
◆ Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank and Economic Development in Southeast Asia ◆ Cross-cultural Communication for International Business ◆ China's Monetary Policy Interpretation ◆ International Tax Policy ◆ Corporate Finance ◆ China Capital Market Practice ◆ Internet Finance Enterprise in Hangzhou
◆ Development Analysis of the RMB Internationalization in East Asia ◆ Multinational Commercial Negotiation ◆ Economic New Normal: From Southeast Asia to China ◆ Federal Reserve and U.S. Financial System ◆ Corporate Performance Inspection and Drive Mechanisms ◆ Fixed-income Security Practice ◆ China (Shanghai) Pilot Free Trade Zone
  ◆ Internationalization and Business Marketing   ◆ International Capital Markets ◆ Large Asset Allocation ◆ Global Financial Innovation and Hot Issues Analysis  
  ◆ Big Data and Business Model Innovation   ◆ Legal Practice for Chinese Foreign Investment ◆ M&A and Restructuring ◆ Fintech  
      ◆ International Economics ◆ Behavioral Finance ◆ Global Financial Innovation and Hot Issues Analysis Practice  
        ◆ Blue Sea Financial Holdings  

 

Mode of Delivery

The B&R EMBA Program for Southeast Asia may be completed full-time over two to three years. It is also a dual-location program. Classes will be taken in Beijing or in Southeast Asia, depending on specific requirements of each module. More information will be given at admission.

Most courses are taught in English. Simultaneous interpretation also available for courses primarily delivered in Mandarin.

Intake

Classes begin in September every year.

Program Information Session will be held seasonally before each intake. Please refer to Upcoming Sessions for details.

Faculty

The faculties and guest lecturers in this program are either professors from the PBC School of Finance and Tsinghua University or executives from leading Chinese financial institutions. Policy makers from financial regulatory authorities are also heavily involved in the program.

  • Gongsheng Pan

    Deputy Governor

    Deputy Governor of the People’s Bank of China (PBC) and A...

  • Hong Huang

    Vice Chairman

    China Insurance Regulatory Commission

  • Min Zhu

    Head of National Financial Research Institute, Tsinghua University

    PhD in economics from Johns Hopkins University

    2003...

  • Xiaochuan Zhou

    Honorary Dean, Tsinghua University PBC School of Finance;

    Tsinghua University PBC School of Finance; The CPPCC* Nat...

  • Xiaoling Wu

    Chairwoman and Dean, PBC School of Finance, Tsinghua University

    Member of the Standing Committee and Vice Chairman of the...

  • Yang Jiang

    Vice Chairman

    China Securities Regulatory Commission

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