Shanghai campus 


Now more than ever, China needs international talent to accelerate its global development strategy, as the country’s trade relationship with the United States sours and the Belt and Road Initiative signals a movement towards greater openness.

At the same time, firms in China, and across Asia more generally, are grappling with the expansion and transformation challenges posed by new technologies such as AI, big data and the Internet of Things.

That is why emlyon business school Asia is determined to quickly develop new Bachelor’s EMBA, Master’s and PhD programmes that reflect these trends, with a strong focus on business transformation.