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NTU's lauded EMBA program is set to host graduation ceremony

TAIPEI, Taiwan -- A graduation ceremony is set to take place today for National Taiwan University's (NTU) Executive Master of Business Administration (EMBA) program, with the event to feature numerous notable speakers.

Since its establishment 18 years ago, NTU's EMBA program has generated nearly 3,000 elite graduates, propelling the program to be ranked fourth in the East Asia region, while becoming the most sought-after graduate program in Taiwan.

Continuing in the tradition of fostering innovation and cross-strait exchanges through education, NTU in 2010 embarked on a collaborative initiative with the School of Management at Shanghai's Fudan University (復旦大學) to form a joint EMBA program, pooling top-notch academic staff of the two institutions to offer its students an unrivaled experience.

In addition, NTU in 2011 began collaborating with the School of Finance at China's Renmin University (中國人民大學) in authorizing a series of case studies that helps student explore specific issues relating to the management of Chinese companies.

In the same year NTU also collaborated with the Chinese University of Hong Kong (香港中文大學) in establishing a forum curriculum to delve into emerging economic trends observed throughout Asia.

Notable graduates of the NTU EMBA's 100th class this year include Wang Wen-shin (王文欣), chairman of Muji's (中國無印良品) China-based operations, Fang Shu-yi (方淑宜), founder of coffeeshop chain Dante (丹堤), and Tsai Der-yang (蔡德陽), a high ranking executive at Pfizer.

Prepared by NTU's stellar EMBA program that includes classes in Taiwan, Hong Kong and mainland China, graduates are expected to leverage the knowledge gained through the award-winning curriculum to achieve success in their respective fields.

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