The Richard Ivey School of Business has a
long-standing focus on international business
and many years? experience in Asia.
educated hundreds of Asian HBA and MBA
trained dozens of faculty members for such
universities as National University of
Singapore, Chinese University of Hong Kong,
Hong Kong University of Science and
Technology and Tsinghua University.
faculty has extensive teaching experience in
Asia, through visiting faculty appointments
and short-term courses offered in China.
student-driven initiative sends a group of
MBA students to Beijing and Shanghai to teach courses in
general management to Chinese undergraduate
students every May.
produce more current
Asian business cases than any
other business school - over 736 in
a rich collection of translated cases, case
books, books and textbooks for use in Asia.
Beamish, past editor-in-chief of the
world-renowned Journal of International
Business Studies, organized a conference
in Hong Kong focusing on cooperative
strategies in Asia Pacific. Papers presented
at the conference were published in book
form in 1997.
Ivey representatives tour the region each
year, recruiting top students for the Ivey
of our Executive MBA Programs visit Asia
annually to research best practices.
exchanges for undergraduates and MBAs take
place every year, between Ivey and Asian
Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre - Home of
Ivey's Asian Campus