MBA-FSI Organising Institutions
Vlerick Business School
- Founded in 1953 by Prof Dr André Vlerick.
- Campuses in Ghent, Leuven, Brussels and St-Petersburg
- International Alliances with Peking University and University of Stellenbosch
- Over 14.000 active alumni in more than 100 countries
- Full-time MBA ranked No. 47 worldwide, No.10 in Europe and No.1 in Benelux (Economist)
University of St-Gallen
- Founded in 1898 as a 'Business Academy'
- Research conducted at 30 institutes and research groups
- Input for the MBA-FSI delivered through the institute of Insurance Economics (I.VW-HSG)
- Ranked No. 11 on executive education in Europe by the Financial Times
- Canada's first business school, founded in 1907
- First North-American business school to receive the 'triple accreditation':Equis, AACSB & AMBA
- Worldwide network of 57000 alumni
- Ranked as one of the 10 best MBA programmes outside of the United States by BusinessWeek.
BiMBA - Beijing International MBA at Peking University
BiMBA - Beijing International MBA at Peking University - was the first joint international MBA programme in Beijing approved by the Chinese government. It is a joint educational venture operated by the National School of Development (NSD) at Peking University. The degree-granting institution is Vlerick Leuven Gent Management School in Belgium.
BiMBA has been guided by its mission since 1998 which is to "develop into a world class MBA programme at China's best university committed to serving global values and guided by Peking University's rich legacy". BiMBA aims to train, develop and inspire passionate business leaders and professionals of competence, character and commitment.
The MBA-FSI module in Beijing is organised at the campus of BiMBA at Peking University. This location not only helps participants to understand the true challenges of doing business in Asia, but also provides a very useful context of China’s growing role in the global financial services industry.