College Told to Suspend Executive MBA Course Over Lax Oversight
One of China’s top universities has been ordered to suspend its Executive MBA program due to lax oversight of recruitment and teaching quality, shedding light on a growing sector criticized for profiteering.
The command came after investigators uncovered irregularities with the program at Nankai University, in the northern port city of Tianjin, in March 2017, according to a leaked Ministry of Education internal circular that has been shared online since April 3.
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