California Meets Shanghai

With Jiao Tong University, USC's Marshall School seeks to leverage China while offering a Global Executive MBA that's similar to home

As a collaboration with the University of Southern California's Marshall School of Business, the Global Executive MBA Program is true to its name. Only 60% of its 52 students hold a Chinese passport, and it's one of only a few programs in all of China that require students to travel abroad.

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