- 2018 FT Global Executive MBA ranking
- Degrees from two world class institutions
- Campuses for a Global Advantage
- Short months to Success
Tsinghua-INSEAD Dual Degree (TIEMBA)
Ranked #3 by the Financial Times in 2018, the Tsinghua-INSEAD Executive MBA is a unique programme designed by INSEAD and China’s prestigious Tsinghua University in Beijing. The TIEMBA combines INSEAD’s global presence and Tsinghua’s in-depth expertise of business in China, with lessons that can also be applied to other emerging markets. Graduates from this programme will become members of two of the most powerful alumni networks of the world.
For more detailed information on the TIEMBA programme, and to access the TIEMBA application form, please visit the official TIEMBA website.
The TIEMBA experience is about discovery. Starting with Knowledge Discovery - the breadth and insight that the faculty bring from the business world into an academic setting are unparalleled.
Global Brand Strategy Director at Skin Inc Global
Class of 2014
The TIEMBA has taught me that, as long as I’m leading a great group of people who are creating value and having fun, I can go with the flow.
General Manager Beijing Leader & Harvest Electric Technologies (a China subsidiary of Schneider Electric), Beijing
Class of 2013
The TIEMBA programme has an LDP component which puts you in touch with yourself, helps you to find out what you really want and gives you the tools to achieve it.
Head of Strategy & Development, Asia Pacific - GECD at BNP Paribas
Class of 2013
*Programme schedule is subject to change. During the electives modules, TIEMBA participants will have the chance to meet and network with participants of the other GEMBA sections at INSEAD.
Tsinghua and INSEAD offer merit and need-based scholarships to offset tuition fees for TIEMBA candidates whose profiles will help further the programme's objectives as a vehicle for promoting international leadership and business practice.
China has opened its markets to the world, encouraging multinationals to increase their investment in East Asia. Local players are seeing increased domestic opportunity, as well as gateways to expanding heir business abroad.
We are on the cusp of a period where China is becoming a leader of world markets and a major player in investment globally. This is your chance to be at the cutting edge of the next stage of global business.
The joint programme is a combination of both schools' strengths. It is specifically designed for leaders in or doing business with the Asia-Pacific region, which is reflected in the programme's content and the networking opportunities made available to participants.
The INSEAD EMBA will continue to be a global programme based at each of INSEAD's campuses, while Tsinghua's own EMBA programme is based in China. Participants in each of these three EMBA programmes (Tsinghua, INSEAD, or TIEMBA) will have the opportunity to convene both on campus and through the two schools' activities. This also reflects both schools' commitment to diversity, not only in terms of culture, but also in terms of international experience and management skills. For both INSEAD and Tsinghua, the motivation for working together is based on education and strategic goals. Each will be able to benefit from shared teaching resources, research cooperation, case writing, student exchanges, and new market penetration
No. English is the language of instruction throughout the programme. On campus, you will hear plenty of languages spoken but in the classroom, all will be delivered and discussed in English. Other than English, there are no language requirements.