Online Event: Make Your Big Move with an MBA
Topic: MBA Info Session & Alumni Sharing
Time: 14:00-16:00, Saturday April 9th, 2022
14:00-14:30 Introduction of MBA programs at NSD
14:30-15:30 MBA Alumni Sharing
Mr. Ran Minhao
PKU-UCL full-time MBA Class of 2020, 2020-2022 Student Ambassador for the MBA programs at the NSD. Mr. Ran has a composite background that consists of experience in the military, finance, management and R&D. He worked in the administration function of the army for eight years, including four years at corps level and four more with a high-precision weaponry unit. Since leaving the army, Mr. Ran has pursued MBA studies while self-learning CFA and interning with VC/PE companies. He has received an offer from a primary market investment firm and will carve a path in primary market investment or investment banking after graduation.
Ms. Song Yiran
PKU-Vlerick part-time MBA Class of 2019, 2019-2021 Student Ambassador for the MBA programs at the NSD, Bachelor in Life Science with Peking University. Ms. Song has worked in the medical arena for over ten years, spanning marketing, sales and investment; besides, she’s one of the initiators of a digital therapy professional commission and has built up a wealth of unique insights into the marketing and service innovations in the healthcare industry. Currently Managing Director of Marathon Venture Partners, Ms. Song focuses on early-stage investment in digital health and innovative medical devices.
Ms. Tong Xin
PKU-UCL part-time MBA Class of 2019, 2019-2020 Student Ambassador for the MBA programs at the NSD, Bachelor and Master in Archeology with Peking University. Ms. Tong has seven years’ experience in business development and marketing through her stints in various sectors such as corporate consulting, international think-tank and cultural consumption. She has been involved in the establishment and management of several startups as sales and/or marketing director and demonstrated outstanding competence in business development, resource integration and cross-cultural communication. Currently she works for Charlene Classic, a Chinese-styled high jewelry brand, and manages its Shanghai area.