London Business School isn't only global in terms of our diverse community, but also in our academic partnerships with other business schools all over the world.
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Launched in 2001, EMBA-Global Americas & Europe was jointly developed by London Business School and Columbia Business School to develop global business leaders, broaden global perspectives and expand worldwide networks.
In 2008 the School built on its existing partnership with Columbia Business School to launch the EMBA-Global Asia with The University of Hong Kong, the first programme of its kind to offer learning and networking opportunities in London, New York and Hong Kong.
Since 2006 the School has offered its Executive MBA Programme in Dubai, at the Dubai International Finance Centre (DIFC), where we also have our Dubai Office.
The majority of our programmes offer international study opportunities at top global institutions. As part of our exchange programmes we host incoming exchange students from around the world.
Our growing engagement with China continues with the Global Masters in Management (GMiM) double degree agreement with Fudan University. Students join the London Business School Masters in Management programme in year one and receive the relevant degree award, immediately followed by year two of Fudan’s MSc International Business, which students undertake in Shanghai and for which they will receive Fudan’s award. The Global MiM had its first intake of students in September 2015.
Additionally, since 2007, MBA students from the University of Hong Kong spend a term at the School. And each year London Business School hosts a group of EMBA participants from the China Europe International Business School (CEIBS) as part of their regular month-long European study tour.
The School was instrumental in the founding of the Indian School of Business in Hyderabad and regularly sends faculty to support programmes.