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In the latest ZIBS FLASH Monthly Newsletter, Assistant Professor SHAO Hui's publication in Mathematics of Operations Research is a notable achievement. ZIBS student Doan Huong Thao's interviews during President XI Jinping's visit to Vietnam are highlighted, and admissions for international students are now open. The Dean reflects on achievements and challenges, while events like the Dartmouth MBA Delegation China Module showcase ZIBS' global engagement.

Event of the month:

ZIBS Assistant Professor SHAO Hui published a paper titled »Extreme-Case Distortion Risk Measures: A Unification and Generalization of closed-Form Solutions« in the Mathematics of Operations Research, co-authoring with Zhe George Zhang, Professor at Western Washington University. According to information from Web of Science, this is the first paper published by Zhejiang University in this journal.

On December 14 & 17, as XI Jinping paid a state visit to Vietnam, ZIBS iMF student Doan Huong Thao was twice interviewed by CGTN in the Global Watch program, sharing her personal experience in China and the role of Vietnamese youth in promoting bilateral relations. 

Zhejiang University International Business School (ZIBS) is opened for its bachelor and master admissions for international students!

Based in China and with a global focus, ZIBS aims to build a technology-focused premier global business school from China, by upholding the 5"i" philosophy of being "international, interdisciplinary, innovative, inclusive and integrative", with continued emphases on 3 strategic pillars - Global ZIBS, Digital ZIBS, and the ZIBS Ecosystem.

We prepare responsible and aspiring leaders, and the ecosystem it serves, to face the challenges of an increasingly complex global business environment. Below are the program information and admission guidance, please join our journey as a Zhejiang University student today!

Message from Dean

Looking back on the past year, we can say that we have achieved quite a lot in line with the goals set at the beginning of the year:

Our international presence has begun to yield results and our global partnership network has expanded and strengthened, our academic environment has been enriched, our efforts in faculty development have shown initial success and our talent development programs have been continuously optimized for their targeted characteristics; our organizational and digital capability development is making progress and ZIBS cultural development and value orientation have been strengthened...

However, what are the challenges that we are facing? Our institutional foundation remains to be fortified, our talent pool remains insufficient, and our organizational capabilities remain to be strengthened. 2024 marks the beginning of ZIBS second five-year plan (2024-2028), with both internal and external challenges expected to increase and expectations from all quarters set to rise. What will ZIBS look like in 2028 and where will you be in 20XX?

Dartmouth MBA Delegation China Module @ ZIBS

From December 1 to 3, the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College MBA faculty and students delegation's GIX China ZIBS Module was successfully held. Professor Lauren Lu led 25 MBA students to ZIBS for learning and exchanging of ideas with students from the iMBA program.

Mentors Sharing Session

On December 17, ZIBS Industry Mentorship Program: Mentors Sharing Session was successfully held. CHU Gang, COO of CICC, gave a lecture about Investment Bank to Serve Belt & Road Initiative. ZIBS industry mentors from different fields were also invited to conduct face-to-face conversation with our students.

Thai Youth Delegations

On December 12, the Thai Youth Delegation China Module at ZIBS was successfully held. It was jointly sponsored by the Chinese People's Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries(CPAFFC) and ZIBS. The King Prajadhipok's Institute of Thailand organized and led 42 young Thai entrepreneurs, as well as faculty and students from universities of Thailand, to come to ZIBS.

HSBC Campus Tour & Lecture

On December 13 and 15, HSBC 2024 Campus Tour ZIBS Session and lecture on "Non-financial risks in financial services" were held in ZIBS. Monroe Fang, Assistant HR Manager Talent Acquisition of HSBC; TANG Yi, Global Finance Chief Control Office Senior Manager of HSBC, brought latest recruitment information and insights on non-financial risk in financial services respectively.

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