Cornell Task: 2016' Jieting Chen

Cornell Task: 2016' Jieting Chen

Time:2017-09-05

For me, the most impressive lecture in Wall Street Trek is Leveraging Big Data in Asset Man......

Cornell Task: 2016' Xinrui Guo

Cornell Task: 2016' Xinrui Guo

Time:2017-08-15

In order to identify the real issue and offer solid solution for JD, the team would need real time operational data from the company

Cornell Task: 2016' Peiyi Shen

Cornell Task: 2016' Peiyi Shen

Time:2017-08-05

The hackathon is very impressive, the students from our program and the students from Cornell......

Cornell Task: 2016' Jieting Chen

Cornell Task: 2016' Jieting Chen

Time:Time:2017-09-05

For me, the most impressive lecture in Wall Street Trek is Leveraging Big Data in Asset Management by Andrew......

Cornell Task: 2016' Xinrui Guo

Cornell Task: 2016' Xinrui Guo

Time:Time:2017-08-15

In order to identify the real issue and offer solid solution for JD, the team would need real time operational data from the company

Cornell Task: 2016' Peiyi Shen

Cornell Task: 2016' Peiyi Shen

Time:Time:2017-08-05

The hackathon is very impressive, the students from our program and the students from Cornell tech were regrouped, it means that each team has students from china and oversea

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The first original MBA degree granted in China by a top business school of the world.

This program is a dual degree finance MBA program jointly created by PBC School of Finance, Tsinghua University and S.C. Johnson Graduate School of Management, Cornell University, one of the Ivy League universities of the US.

Capitalizing on extraordinary education resources accumulated over the two university’s history, with the most advanced global perspectives and full understanding of the Chinese market, the newly established dual degree finance MBA program is dedicated to building a financial talent cultivation system which is capable of integrating academic theories and market practices not only in China but also internationally. Following the world’s most advanced higher education models for financial disciplines and business schools, this program will inherit the our tradition of close interaction with the financial community, adhere to the Tsinghua tradition to be “rigorous, diligent, realistic and innovative”, and leverage the rich experience of Cornell in management education. The ultimate goal is to cultivate versatile financial leaders with global vision and professional knowledge with the Chinese market as the base.


 


 

Duration:

2 years

 
Teaching mode:
Lectures will be given on weekends every other week, with some courses given from Thursday through Sunday. Two study sessions in America, 2-3 weeks per time.
 
Languages:
50% in Chinese and 50% in English.
 
Faculty:
Faculty from both schools will share the teaching responsibilities equally.
 
Intake:
70 persons
 
Location:
PBC School of Finance, Tsinghua University
 
Starting date:
Sep. 2018
 
Certificates to be granted:
Postgraduate Diploma of Tsinghua University
MBA Certificate of Tsinghua University
MBA Certificate of Cornell University
※The certificate is comparable in all material respects to the degrees awarded to current MBA degree graduates of Cornell in USA.

 

Program goals

Cornell-Tsinghua Dual Degree Finance MBA Program, jointly created by PBC School of Finance, Tsinghua University and S.C. Johnson Graduate School of Management, Cornell University, is dedicated to cultivating financial talent and industrial leaders who is based in China and also has a global vision, and, therefore, to provide future leaders for the “Going Out” of China Financial influence.

Your goals

You need to complete the basic module to have a comprehensive understanding of micro-financial instruments, as well as the macro-financial theories, and to fully improve your overall ability. The program will build your practical abilities via series of activities in the industry which combines theory with practice. Our students are expected to have a deep insight into the principles and operation laws of the modern economy with innovation and entrepreneurship as their orientation, they are the next generation financial management leaders with integrity and social responsibility.

 
  • Module 1
    Basic Module
    • Organizational Behavior I&II
    • Accounting and Entrepreneurship Financial Analysis I&II
    • Strategy Management I&II
    • Corporate Finance I&II
    • Marketing and Entrepreneurial Marketing I&II
    • Critical and Strategic Thinking
    • Management Economics
  • Module 2
    Micro-module for Entrepreneurship and Innovation
    • Investment I&II
    • Data Analysis and Entrepreneurship Decision- making
    • Application of Entrepreneurial Financing Instruments
    • Operations Management
    • Financial Deals in Global Capital Markets
    • Global Sustainable
    • Development I&II
  • Module 3
    Macro-module for Entrepreneurship and Innovation
    • Financial Evolution and Venture Capital Market
    • Monetary Policies and Macroeconomy
    • Hot Topic Analysis on Strategic Emerging Industries I&II
    • Internet Finance I&II
    • Foreign Exchange Reform and Foreign Investment
  • Module 4
    Advanced Module
    • Cross-cultural Communication
    • Financial Industry Career Planning (Business Ethics)
    • Capital Market
    • Finance Reform Forefront
    • Game Theory and Its Commercial Application
  • Module 1
    Basic Module
    • Organization Behavior I&II
    • Accounting and Entrepreneurship Financial Analysis I&II
    • Strategy Management I&II
    • Corporate Finance I&II
    • Marketing and Entrepreneurial Marketing I&II
    • Critical and Strategic Thinking
    • Management Economics
  • Module 2
    Micro-module for Entrepreneurship and Innovation
    • Investment I&II
    • Data Analysis and Entrepreneurship Decision-making
    • Application of Entrepreneurial Financing Instruments
    • Operations Management
    • Financial Deals in Global Capital Markets
    • Development I&II
  • Module 3
    Macro-module for Entrepreneurship and Innovation
    • Financial Evolution and Venture Capital Market
    • Monetary Policies and Macroeconomy
    • Hot Topic Analysis on Strategic Emerging Industries I&II
    • Internet Finance I&II
    • Foreign Exchange Reform and Foreign Investment
  • Module 4
    Advanced Module
    • Cross-cultural Communication
    • Financial Industry Career Planning (Business Ethics)
    • Capital Market Session
    • Finance Reform Forefront
    • Game Theory and Its Commercial Application
 
 
 
Academic Faculty

This program brings together professors from both Tsinghua University, and Cornell University. They all have the background of the world’s top universities and business schools and are world famous for high academic achievements and extraordinary teaching experience.

Industry Supervisor

Building on the success of our predecessor, Tsinghua PBCSF has introduced outstanding faculty from the industry, We will invite heads of major departments at the People’s Bank of China and the three commissions (China Banking Regulatory Commission, China Securities Regulatory Commission and China Insurance Regulatory Commission) to join the program. Here you can listen to their interpretation of the current economy/finance situations and policies, which is the unique advantage of PCB School of Finance. We can also invite our elite alumni from industry globally to share their insights and experiences with student.

Tsinghua faculty (partial) Cornell faculty (partial)
  1. Pink Water Lillies
    Huafeng Chen

    PBCSF Chair Associate Professor of Finance

    Ph.D. in Finance, University of Chicago

    Research Interests: Empirical asset pricing, value investment, trade unions, quantitative investment and financing constraints

  2. Pink Water Lillies
    Jiandong JU

    Unigroup Chair Professor of Finance

    “Cheung Kong Scholar”Distinguished Professor

    Ph.D. in Economics, The Pennsylvania State University

    Research Interests: International Trade, International Finance and Industrial Organization

  3. Pond with Lillies
    Li Liao

    Executive Associate Dean of PBCSF、Professor

    “Cheung Kong Scholar” Distinguished Professor

    Ph.D. in Technology and Economics,Tsinghua University

    Research Interests: Corporate finance consumer finance and household finance, and empirical study on Fintech industry (P2P lending and crowdfunding, etc.)

  4. Hidden Pond
    Xuan Tian

    Assistant Dean of PBCSF

    JD Capital Chair Professor of Finance

    “Cheung Kong Scholar” Distinguished Professor

    Director of Finance MBA Education Center

    Ph.D. in Finance, Boston College

    Research Interests:Corporate finance, venture capital and private equity, corporate innovation, payout policy, and mergers and acquisitions

  5. Shrine
    Jianfeng Yu

    Jianshu Chair Professor of Finance

    Ph.D. in Finance, University of Pennsylvania

    Research Interests: Asset pricing with frictions, behavioral asset pricing, and international markets

  6. Shrine
    Hong Zhang

    Phoenix Chair Professor of Finance

    Ph.D. in Finance, Yale University

    Research Interests:Short selling, financial intermediaries and international finance

  7. White Water Lillies
    Hao Zhou

    Associate Dean of PBCSF

    Associate Dean of Tsinghua University National Institute of Financial Research

    Unigroup Chair Professor of Finance

    Ph.D. of Duke University

    Research Interests: Asset pricing, macro-economics, monetary policy and Chinese financial market

  8. Shrine
    Xian Wang

    Associate Researcher

    Associate Dean of Tsinghua University National Institute of Financial Research

    Ph.D. in Economics, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences

    Research Interests: Capital market

  9. Shrine
    Xiaoyan Zhang

    Associate Dean of Tsinghua University National Institute of Financial Research

    Xinyuan Chair Professor

    Ph.D. of Columbia University

    Research Interests: Empirical asset pricing, international finance, and applied econometrics

  10. Shrine
    Ning Zhu

    Associate Dean of Tsinghua University National Institute of Financial Research

    Oceanwide Chair Professor of Finance Ph.D. of Yale University

    Research Interests: Empirical asset pricing, corporate finance, behavioral finance, short selling, and financial distress

  1. Pink Water Lillies
    Mark W. Nelson

    Anne and Elmer Lindseth Dean

    Professor of Accounting

    Ph.D. in Accounting, Ohio State University

    Research Interests: Psychological and economic factors that influence how people make decisions, interpret and apply accounting, auditing, and tax regulations, and trade in financial markets

  2. Pink Water Lillies
    Ya-Ru Chen

    Academic Dean for China Initiatives

    Nicholas H. Noyes Professor of Management

    Professor of Management and Organizations

    Ph.D. in psychology, Columbia University

    Research Interests: Cross-cultural differences and similarities,how power and/or status concerns affect leadership effectiveness and influence business interactions across cultures

  3. Hidden Pond
    Vrinda Kadiyali

    Nicholas H. Noyes Professor of Management

    Professor of Marketing and Economics

    Ph.D. in Economics, Northwestern University

    Research Interests: Firms' competitive strategies

  4. Hidden Pond
    Vishal Gaur

    Associate Dean for MBA Programs

    Emerson Professor of Manufacturing Management

    Professor of Operations, Technology and Information Management

    Ph.D. in Operations and Information Management, The Wharton School

    Research Interests: Retail operations, Supply chain management

  5. Hidden Pond
    Andrew Karolyi

    Associate Dean for Academic Affairs

    Harold Bierman, Jr. Distinguished Professor of Management

    Professor of Finance

    Ph.D. in Finance, University of Chicago

    Research Interests: Investment management, with a specialization in the study of international financial markets.

  6. Hidden Pond
    Ming Huang

    Professor of Finance

    Ph.D. in Finance, Stanford University

    Research Interests: Behavioral finance, Corporate finance

  7. Hidden Pond
    Maureen O'Hara

    Robert W. Purcell Professorship of Management

    Professor of Finance

    Ph.D. in Finance, Northwestern University

    Research Interests: Market microstructure /p>

  8. Hidden Pond
    Risa M. Mish

    Professor of Practice of Management

    Juris Doctor, Cornell University

    Research Interests: Consumer products, financial services, health care, high tech, media, and manufacturing industries

  9. Hidden Pond
    P. Eric Yeung

    Professor of Accounting

    Ph.D. in Accounting, University of Oregon

    Research Interests: The relation between accounting information and economic fundamentals as well as the economic and behavioral factors

  10. Hidden Pond
    Douglas M. Stayman

    Associate Professor of Marketing

    Ph.D. in Marketing, University of California at Berkeley

    Research Interests: Advertising and consumer decision making