The 2021 edition of the ChinaMed Business Program will exceptionally take place in Europe, due the fact that the People's Republic of China does not allow international students to enter the country for the time being. The organizers are continuously monitoring the situation and hope that China may reopen its borders in the coming months, in order to organize a study-tour in China in Fall 2021 as follow-up of the program.
Although the CMBP will exceptionally take place in Europe, its focus and mission will remain unchanged: intensive training for future managers and entrepreneurs operating between China and the Euro-Mediterranean region.
Applications are now open - be sure to check this website and follow our social media pages to receive future updates regarding the details of the program.
Online applications for CMBP 2021 will be open from December 1, 2020 The Early Bird tuition fee is available for candidates applying by February 28, 2021. Check out the section on Applications to find out more on tuition fees and key dates for the program.
In light of the current Public Health Emergency of International Concern, CMBP Directors have decided for the suspension of the 2020 edition of CMBP. In Autumn we will open the call for CMBP 2021, focussed as usual on intensive training for future managers and entrepreneurs operating between China and the Euro-Med region.
The first TOChina Alumni Aperitif of this new academic year took place in Torino, Italy. More than 50 members of our alumni and CMBP faculty members, Giovanni B. Andornino, Walter Joffrain and Edoardo Agamennone, joined this networking event that connected former students of the program.
The class of CMBP 2019 graduated at the Shenzhen campus of Peking University HSBC Business School. After 6 weeks of lectures, workshops and company visits across China, CMBPers can start their professional paths and will certainly receive useful support from the TOChina Alumni Network.