China Energy Executives Getting the World's Best Energy Management Training
SAN FRANCISCO, May 23 /PRNewswire/ -- "I cannot wait to return to the classroom every month. This is a great program for us to learn western management theories and practice with a focus on energy business," says Daqing Jiao, Deputy Director of a subsidiary of China Petroleum and Chemical Corporation (Sinopec) and one of the 30 executives from Sinopec in the University of Houston's energy Executive MBA program offered in Beijing. All his fellow students share his feeling.
A Fortune 500 company, Sinopec recognized the challenges it faces as China becomes a global player in the world economy. "We must provide the best training to our people so they can develop the knowledge and skills needed to meet the challenges in the ever changing energy world," notes Mr. Chen Tonghai, President of Sinopec.
Franklin Institute of Management (FIM), a leading training and consulting organization, managed by experienced Chinese-American professionals educated in the United States, recognized the need in China for a top quality graduate level executive training program for the energy industry and sought collaboration with the Bauer College of Business at the
University of Houston. Situated in the "Energy Capital of the World," the Bauer College is home to the Global Energy Management Institute, a recognized leader in energy management research and education.
"This program is unique. To our knowledge, we are the only business college specializing in training executives for the energy industry and the only one doing this in China," notes Dr. David Shields, Associate Dean of the Bauer College.
"We are very pleased to work with Sinopec and the Bauer College. We expect this program to grow substantially as more Chinese energy companies seek to ramp up their management expertise. Students find our program very rewarding because it not only teaches them theories but also gives them the useful tools that they can use in solving real world problems," says Henry Chang, President of FIM and an ex-McKinsey consultant.
The China program's curriculum is identical to that offered on Houston campus, and China students will take two courses in Houston to have opportunities to interact with their American counterparts and take learning tours to US energy companies. Students who successfully complete the program will obtain an MBA degree from the University of Houston.The finish, quality and designs you get from are really astonishing and you will love them all.You can just enjoy them by ordering online where you get the complete satisfaction and genuine quality at best possible rates.These are now made luxurious and affordable to reach out to every budget and range.