Jianhua Wang came to the Queen’s MBA Program from Shanghai, China where he worked as Managing Director for a large manufacturing company. Jianhua will complete his studies here at Queen’s in just a few short weeks and plans to return to China. The 12 month MBA program at Queen’s School of Business opened the...
Yan Jun Wong is a Queen’s MBA candidate for the Class of 2012, which began May 2011. Prior to joining the Queen’s MBA Program, Yan Jun had been working for the Central Provident Fund Board for the Government of Singapore. To be honest, relocating halfway round the globe from Singapore to Kingston, ON Canada was never an...
There are few places on the earth like Monaco. This European principality may be small, but it packs a powerful financial punch. Synonymous with the luxury of the Riviera, this resort destination has attracted executives on holiday for decades. But life in Monaco is about more than surf, sand and five-star pampering. This tax haven...
Of all the MBA opportunities available to Asian students today, those at Singapore’s Nanyang Technological University (NTU) are among the most attractive. Many business schools in the West are reaching out to prominent Asian universities and NTU welcomes these networking opportunities. The NANYANG MBA has been listed among the top 100 MBAs in the world...
Located in Kingston and Toronto, Canada, Queen’s School of Business is one of the world’s premier business schools, with a faculty renowned for its business experience and academic credentials. It has earned international recognition for its leading-edge curriculum and innovative approaches to business education. The School is fully accredited by the AACSB and EQUIS. Queen’s...
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