Cornell-Tsinghua Finance MBA

Stories and updates from our international finance MBA partnership with Tsinghua University.

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Cross-program hackathon teams address the future of urban centers

Students team up across programs, cultures, and time zones to compete in the annual Business Model Hackathon with Cornell-Tsinghua Finance MBAs.

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Cornell-Tsinghua FMBA residential session included teamwork, dragon boats, and BBQ

The new Cornell-Tsinghua FMBA Class of 2021 reflects on their orientation and parts of their first residential session on the Cornell campus.

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Johnson recognizes 2019 award winners across nine academic programs

Several students across Johnson’s seven MBA programs and two MPS programs were recognized for their achievements, contributions, and academic performance.

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Student teams design innovative cloud systems during Business Model Hackathon

Cornell students from both the United States and Cornell-Tsinghua Finance MBA competed in the fourth annual Business Model Hackathon in New York City.

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Congratulations, Johnson Class of 2018 graduates!

Graduates of the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management were celebrated at two recognition ceremonies on Saturday, May 26. Congratulations to the Class of 2018!

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Johnson Club of China celebrates 10th Anniversary

In 2008, Geoffrey Lim and Charlotte Ye, both MBA ’00, launched a vibrant new community: the Johnson Club of China, in Beijing, Hong Kong, and Shanghai.

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MBA students collaborate across cultures at Cornell Tech Hackathon

Cornell Tech’s Roosevelt Island campus hosted the third annual Hackathon, which saw 130 American and Chinese MBA students compete for $22,000 in prize money.