U. of Chicago Moving MBA Program From Singapore to Hong Kong
July 12, 2013
The University of Chicago is moving its Asian M.B.A. program from Singapore to Hong Kong, The Wall Street Journal reported. The move reflects the growing demand from people in China for M.B.A. programs, and a desire to be closer to China.
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