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The 3rd International Talent Development and Management Forum held in ACEM

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Recently, the 3rd International Talent Development & Management Forum dedicated to the Master of International Business (MIB) program was held in Antai College of Economics & Management (ACEM). Dean Chen Fangruo, Prof. Tang Ningyu, Prof. Lu Lin and more than 30 business leader and heads from fellow departments of the University attended the forum.To get more news about best Master in Management program in China, you can visit acem.sjtu.edu.cn official website.
The forum began with Prof. Chen Fangruo's speech, in which he analyzed the latest development trends of business schools at home and abroad, while expressing his own views on the development goal of ACEM and the approach to international talent development under the current situation. Prof. Chen hoped that the international students at ACEM would have a better career development with the concerted efforts of the college and the business community, and they could in turn contribute to the international development of Chinese enterprises.
Then, Prof. Lu Lin, Director of the MIB Program, introduced in detail the evolution of the program since its launch in 2013, highlighting the internship and employment of MIB students.
In the keynote session, business leaders and SJTU teachers in charge of the international program delivered keynote speeches around the theme of "Developing International Talents for International Businesses". In the seminar session, the guests explored "how to help businesses better recruit and manage international talents".
Finally, Prof. Tang Ningyu shared in-depth analysis of and made recommendations on "how the MIB program at ACEM can achieve more in the new era". She highly recognized what the MIB program had accomplished over the past six years, and hoped that this success would continue.

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