Why Leadership?

The Master of Arts in Leadership (Business Stream) in Mandarin Program at Trinity Western University focuses on the leadership challenges and needs Chinese businesses and organizations have in today’s complex and uncertain environment. It aims to foster a new generation of leadership and management talents who will, with clear vision, mission and values, become confident and capable leaders to effectively build and lead teams and deliver remarkable results.

Customized for the life-long learning needs of working professionals, the program is practical and flexible. Its unique and integrated learning model comprises of rich and systematic online learning, face-to-face experiential learning, business visits, and overseas travel studies. Since the launch of the program in April 2011, it has already enrolled 19 cohorts, with more than 270 students and alumni.

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Media report on the 4th Cohort launch in Beijing (China Xinhua News Agency, Oct. 2012)

TWU celebrates its 50th Anniversary!

Since 1962, Trinity Western University has built a legacy of more than 50 years of cultivating generations of leaders, the creation of renewed lives, the exploration of people’s potential and the accumulation of knowledge and skills. It has provided a platform that enables its professors, students, and alumni to weave moving stories in all walks of life around the world. Because of the TWU people, tomorrow is always brighter than the past!

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Finances

Your investment in education in personal leadership development will be one of your most rewarding and rewarding investments! We offer a flexible fee payment plan and provide the necessary funding for qualified admitted students.

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Admission Requirements

Are you ready to start your master's degree to improve your career and career? Our innovative community dedicated to making a positive contribution to the world invites you to join! Find out what you need to be a part of us!

Events

MA Leadership Orientation

Richmond

ACTS Reading Break

Fall Graduation

Reading Break UG/SGS

Faculty Profiles