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    Hello everyone!

    The Financial Times has an interesting article about how many Chinese EMBA programs are hurting because of a recently adopted rule that requires their applicants to pass the same exam as the full-time MBA students. (This instantly dropped the pool of EMBA candidates from roughly 10,000 to 2,500.)

    This government rule comes at a time when many Chinese b-schools are beginning to crack the international rankings and, indeed, the dean of Fudan University’s School of Management referred to the ministry of education’s new rule as “unreasonable and irrational.”

    We find it noteworthy that the business schools at Peking University and Tsinghua University were both exempted.

    Best of luck with your applications!

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    China is simply playing favorites.

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