As the capital of China for over 850 years, Beijing is truly the “heart” of the country and, increasingly, of the Asia Pacific region. It is from this bustling metropolis--itself representative of modern China's meteoric rise--that the laws and policies governing the world's largest society stem. Guanghua's main campus is located at Peking University. Instruction takes place at Guanghua Building No. 2, which includes multi-purpose classrooms, conference rooms, the Alibaba Auditorium and dining/coffee areas.
Chicago is one of the United States' financial centers, and is home to leading firms in manufacturing, IT, health services, and transportation and distribution. The city has positioned itself as not only the financial center of the Midwest, but also the cultural. Kellogg’s main campus in Evanston, Illinois, is located just north of Chicago. The EMBA Program is hosted in the James L. Allen Center, a facility designed specifically to meet the needs of an executive program. The Allen Center is located on the western shores of Lake Michigan, and includes classrooms, study group rooms, hotel rooms, dining areas and a fitness room.
Shanghai’s position as China’s international point of entry dates back to the 19th century, and modern-day Shanghai reflects a mixture of its domestic and international influences. Shanghai is China's financial center and one of the busiest ports in the world. The Shanghai campus primarily serves Guanghua's EMBA program, and is located near Shanghai's financial district. The Shanghai campus includes multi-purpose classrooms, conference rooms, a state-of-the-art auditorium, a coffee area and an executive lounge.
Xi'an long factored into China's period of dynastic rule. As of the late 1990s, it has reemerged as northwest China's industrial center and economic hub with a promising future in research and development and software development. The Xi'an campus is the newest campus for the GK-EMBA program, and the base for a number of Guanghua's MBA programs. The campus' modern teaching facilities include three teaching buildings and an auditorium.
Shenzhen is China's first Special Economic Zone; as such, it is the birthplace of China's modern economic miracle. The southern port city is a center of finance and manufacturing, and increasingly for the high-tech industry in China. It also provides fertile grounds for start-ups, and provides direct access to Hong Kong.