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New double Masters with Zhejiang University China

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Students from a leading university in China will have the opportunity to study at the ICMA Centre at Henley Business School as part of a new double Masters programme.

Zhejiang University International Business School will offer students enrolled on its two-year MSc Finance the opportunity to spend a year studying the MSc Finance and Financial Technology or one of the other MScs offered at the ICMA Centre.

Located in Hangzhou, Zhejiang University is ranked in the top 100 universities in Times Higher Education’s World Reputation Rankings.

Henley already collaborates with Zhejiang on research, teaching and doctoral supervision in entrepreneurship.

Dr Simone Varotto, Postgraduate Programme Area Director at Henley Business School, said:

“We are delighted to start this collaboration with such a prestigious Chinese university. We look forward to welcoming the students of this exciting double degree and contributing to their academic success and future careers.

Dr Hung-Yi Chen, Academic Director for the Master of Finance Programme at Zhejiang University, added:

“The combination of expert teaching from both institutions across finance and technology will give students a global perspective to develop the broad intellectual capital they need to tackle challenges in the world today.”

How to apply for a double Masters with Zhejiang University China

Published 26 August 2020
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