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Alumni Mentorship Program
What is Alumni Mentorship Program (AMP)?
AMP, Alumni Mentorship Program, embodies our belief of sharing, knowledge transfer, and mutual gain. AMP invites MBA alumni as mentors for our current MBA students to advise them on coursework and career development, and at the same time provides an opportunity for alumni to enjoy the resources offered by their alma mater.
AMP, under the direct leadership of Tsinghua SEM MBA Programs and Alumni office, is managed and implemented by new incoming MBA class. After a two-way matching process, mentorship may continue until students’ graduation. Since the first AMP program in 2007, alumni and students have enthusiastically embraced the platform, further promoting the Tsinghua MBA brand name.
How students can get involved?
• Join the AMP management team and participate in project development
• Apply to AMP and select desired mentor
• Proactively work with selected mentor
• Strictly observe rules and regulation and not make unrealistic demand
• Evaluate AMP
• Coordinate with AMP project manager
How does the mentoring process work?
Communication Means: Telephone, Face-to-face, Email, Other Communication Tools
Activities: Projects, Topic Discussion, Experience Sharing, Career Advice, Case Analysis, Book Club, Company Visit, Outdoor Activities
"The AMP project acts as a bridge and link amongst the alumni, school, and students. Alumni are able to efficiently reflect the current and changing job market needs to the school and at the same time receive feedback on its “merchandise” (graduates). The school can thus refine its “new product” (current students) to better fit the needs of the job market. This becomes a great channel to pass on the spirit of Tsinghua, making each “Tsinghua Person” more closely related and realizing substantial group synergies."
Lv Xiao Xi, MBA Class of 1993, English Boulevard International Development Group, President of Asia
"Participating in AMP, one can better understand the situation of current students as well as their passion, intellectual, diligence etc. Intensive interaction benefited me immensely as a human resource professional. I suggest merging interviews and AMP organically, thereby creating a differentiated Tsinghua MBA education system; sharing success stories and constantly improving. I wish AMP would become a brand name in its own right within the overall Tsinghua MBA program."
Liu Wei Gang, MBA Class of 1997, An Tai Technology Co., Chief of Human Resources
Our mentor shared with us his extensive experiences as an entrepreneur, and served as a guide to life in general. He inspired us with life lessons, specifically when to give up and when not to give up, which helped our personal growth immensely.
Our mentor, works at a real estate company, shared his rich industry experience that has helped me a lot, offered me practical advice on my career path, and provided much professional advice. I am currently interning in operations at a real estate company for the summer that utilizes all the information and experience I have so far accumulated.
Zhang Ying, FMBA Class of 2008, F2