The National School of Development at Peking University (NSD) is home to one of China’s founding EMBA programs. Since its establishment in 2000, the NSD EMBA program is embedded in one of China's most prestigious think tanks in both economics and management fields. Immersed in this unique academic environment with highly esteemed thinkers and doers, entrepreneurs learn to bridge theory and practice, capture trends and patterns in China's fast-growing economy, respond to changes efficiently, and create valuable opportunities in the business world. Standing on a global perspective, meanwhile leveraging their practice in China, NSD EMBA graduates draw on their strong passions and entrepreneurship to explore new paths and break new grounds.
NSD EMBA program will empower entrepreneurs like you with knowledge, insights, and responsibilities to make a direct impact in the business world.
NSD is one of the top think tanks in the nation and is ranked No. 1 think tank in Chinese universities. Home to an elite assembly of thinkers, NSD EMBA program is the leader in recognizing trends in China's development and understanding patterns that underlie changing industries.
The distinguished faculty is composed of academics, researchers, policymakers and influential industry leaders who will stretch your mind to go beyond the limit. Join us for a remarkable learning journey with some of the best minds in China, such as Justin Yifu Lin, Zhou Qiren, Zhang Weiying, Yao Yang, Huang Yiping, Chen Chunhua, Yang Zhuang, Hu Dayuan, Zhang Li, Ma Hao, and Gong Yuzhen.
Since launching the EMBA program, NSD has dedicated 21 years to fine-tuning our core curriculum and developing unique electives. Our program structure is composed of systematic knowledge, cultural impact, prescient judgement, innovative technologies, and a global perspective, featuring five clusters: introspection, foresight, innovation, collaboration, and action.
Twin Campuses in PKU
Langrun Garden and Chengze Garden are both homes to NSD EMBA program in PKU campus. The best-preserved royal family residences over 200 years and the landmarks of PKU, both gardens witness the development of Peking University from its birth to driving the dramatic progress of the country.