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A degree that means business (2)

(China Daily)

10:45, November 04, 2011

Eva Li was awarded her MBA in July by Guanghua School of Management at Peking University. [Photo/provided to China Daily]

The first year wasn't easy for Zheng, who still works full-time. He graduated from the Civil Aviation Management Institute of China before starting work at State-owned Wenzhou Airport Group in 1989, and he struggled to pass the MBA entrance examination.

"All the lectures and seminars in the MBA course are taught in English, mostly by professors hired from abroad, and that requires the student to understand English quite well," Zheng said. He had studied English on his own during leisure time.

But he also said, "The MBA course provides more practical knowledge on management skills compared to ordinary master's degrees, and I've learned a lot by taking the business study trip and learning from more experienced classmates."

On the one-week study trip in January, he visited Ford Motor Co headquarters in Detroit, in the United States.

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