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Deans and MBA Program Managers to Gather in Hong Kong, Nov. 7-9

Understand the latest trends in the graduate management education market in Asia, particularly China and India, when you gather with other MBA program managers and deans for an international symposium in Hong Kong November 7–9, 2007.

“From Adaptation to Innovation: Learning from Asia, A Symposium on Graduate Management Education” is cosponsored by the Graduate Management Admission Council® (GMAC®)and the European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD) and will be held at the Intercontinental Grand Stanford Hotel in Kowloon, Hong Kong.

  • Register by September 24 and the cost is €690.
  • Register between September 24 and October 8 and the cost is €830.
  • After October 8, the cost is €1,000.

Featured speakers at the conference include Arnoud De Meyer, dean of Judge Business School, University of Cambridge (UK), who will discuss alternative strategies for internationalization of graduate management education, and Karen Stephenson, faculty member of RSM Erasmus University in the Netherlands, who will talk about the impact of social networks on education.

Two Chinese executives will also give their perspectives on technology’s influence in education and the growing role of local corporations in education. Robin Li is president of the Chinese Internet company and Ronnie Chan is chair of the Hang Lung Group and vice chair of Asia Society in China.

Mike Chinoy, a CNN senior Asia correspondent, is the opening keynote speaker. The award-winning journalist joined CNN in 1983 and now leads CNN’s overall coverage of the Asia-Pacific region. He has also served as the cable network’s Hong Kong bureau chief (1996-2000) and the Beijing bureau chief (1987-1995).

For more information or to register for the conference, please go to the conference website.

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