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Sasin partners with Tsinghua SEM _4
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 Sasin partners with Tsinghua SEM

 

Sasin School of Management recently partnered with Tsinghua University School of Economics and Management (Tsinghua SEM), the top-ranked university in China (2019 QS World University ranking), to create a new Global Action Learning Lab, the Sasin School of Management-Tsinghua SEM Thailand-China Lab.

 

“With this partnership, MBA students from Sasin and Tsinghua SEM will collaborate on real-world business projects. Sasin-Tsinghua teams will consult on business challenges for partner companies. Both sets of students will have opportunities to hone their skills and thinking in real business situations,” said Dr. Chaipong Pongpanich, Deputy Director of Sasin.

 

Sasin’s Director, Professor Ian Fenwick, sees additional transnational benefits from this collaboration: “This new Action Learning Lab will strengthen Thailand-China strategic cooperation on China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) and Thailand’s myriad business connections with China. And working together on real business problems, for real enterprises, will have an incalculable impact on students’ perspectives and their ability to excel across cultures.”

 

Sasin School of Management has been a pioneer in establishing partnerships with top schools around the world since its inception in 1982 and has recently partnered with a number of schools to create Global Action Learning Labs. In 2017, the MIT- Sasin Action Learning Lab was launched with MIT Sloan School of Management (USA). MBA students from Sasin and MIT Sloan School of Management collaborate on action learning projects to tackle real-world business challenges for partner companies in Thailand. The Sasin-Fudan Thailand-China Lab was created in 2018 as a joint program of the Sasin School of Management and Fudan University School of Management in Shanghai, China. It engages teams of MBA students from these two business schools to work collaboratively on management challenges facing host companies that have an interest in expanding into the Chinese market.

 

 

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