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CEIBS-Shanghai

CEIBS-Shanghai
Average GMAT Score690GMAT Range640-740
Total Applicants

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Acceptance Rate

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Class Size188Average Work Experience65 Months
Applicant DeadlinesR1:09-Nov-2016
R2:18-Jan-2017
R3:22-Mar-2017
Decision DatesR1:16-Dec-2016
R2:17-Mar-2017
R3:13-May-2017
Length of Program18 MonthsPlacement Information

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About the Program:
In a global and constantly changing environment, business leaders must be equipped with extremely broad skills. They must be able to adopt both global and local perspectives, capable of dealing with complexity and change, and skilled at leading innovation. They must be able to communicate effectively with diverse stakeholders in order to generate a shared vision and enthusiasm for the firm's activities. By delivering a solid business training and encouraging independent thought, team collaboration and open communication, CEIBS provides its graduates with the essential tools for success in many career paths.
The 68-credit full-time programme involves obligatory classes, as well as Integrated Strategic Projects (ISP), amassing 50 credits in addition to optional classes amassing 18 credits. This was designed to put a great foundation regarding supervision fundamentals though delivering the flexibility for you to custom programmes to install specific interests in addition to job ambitions. Learners may choose to spotlight normal business supervision, or perhaps choose one of two levels throughout finance or perhaps marketing, respectively.
Class Profile:

Class of 2011

Class size

198

Avg. GMAT

693

GMAT Range

640-740

Avg. work-exp.

63 months

Program Length

18 months

International Students

39%

Application Deadlines:

Application Rounds

Deadlines

Decision Dates

R-1

15-Nov-2012

20-Dec-2012

R-2

24-Jan-2013

22-Mar-2013

R-3

25-Mar-2013

30-Apr-2013

CEIBS Essay Analysis :
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)
2. For question 2(a) and 2(b), you only need to answer one of the two questions.
(a) Describe your most significant work-related achievement and explain why you view it as such. (400 words)
(b) Describe a difficult situation where you demonstrated leadership skills to achieve a positive outcome. (400 words)
3. For question 3(a) and 3(b), you only need to answer one of the two questions.
(a) Describe a professional failure and what were the lessons learned? (400 words)
(b) Describe a situation where your values, ethics or morals were challenged and how did you handle the situation. (400 words)
(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.
     
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