China Business Schools Hit Their Stride

China's B-schools may not be Harvard-caliber yet, but for Chinese students, and even some Westerners, they're increasingly on the short list

A decade ago, if an ambitious Chinese professional wanted an MBA, practically the only option would have been to go abroad. But with startling speed, Chinese MBA programs have upped their game, keeping some of the country's top talent at home while also drawing foreign high-flyers who have their sights set on China's economy. Their international recognition has not yet caught up with their caliber, but it shouldn't be surprising to see such names as China Europe International Business School (CEIBS) and Tsinghua University ranked right behind ones like Kellogg and Sloan within the next 10 years.

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