Tsinghua University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have a deep, multi-dimensional history that has proved beneficial for students and faculty from both of the esteemed institutions. The inauguration of the partnership between the School of Economics Management (SEM) and MIT Sloan began in 1996, and a year later the International MBA program (IMBA) was established. In 2013, the IMBA program was merged with the Chinese taught Full-Time MBA program to form The Tsinghua Global MBA Program. Students benefit from resources such as curriculum development, course material, faculty training, and courses and lectures provided by visiting MIT Sloan professors.
MIT Sloan has been a proud collaborator with Tsinghua SEM for the past 17 years and counting. The partnership has been fruitful for both. It gives the faculty and students of the two great institutions an opportunity to experience and learn from the corporate and social cultures of the two countries and an opportunity to work together, which would be impossible without a formal tie up.
Deputy Dean of MIT Sloan