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The Wall Street Journal Asia’s Future Leadership Program reaches out to business and finance students at universities across Asia to better prepare today’s student leaders for tomorrow’s real-life challenges.

Under the program, students receive The Wall Street Journal Asia each business day during the academic year. They gain a real-world understanding of global business competition, economic and business concepts, technology, marketing and the workings of the financial markets, and witness present day case studies as they unfold at companies and industries in their home country and around the world.

As part of the program, The Journal also facilitates a number of academic activities during the year to promote experience-based learning. With support from our Corporate Education Partners, these may include lectures and seminars, business games, contests and competitions, or case-study analysis. These activities provide students with an opportunity to learn from real business leaders and demonstrate their ability to recognize business concepts and theory as applied in the real-world.

For more information on the program, or to join us as a participating university or corporate partner, please contact:
Charlotte Lee at
Charlotte.Lee@dowjones.com  
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
The following articles are available to current subscribers only
  China Tycoons' Assets Up for Grabs
A crusade to punish Chinese officials accused of taking bribes is draining their patrons, with some assets winding up on the online auction site Taobao.
Wed, 22 Oct 2014 23:15:15 EDT
  China Ex-Security Chief Faces Likely Expulsion From Party
Chinese President Xi Jinping has forcefully delivered his anticorruption commands for almost two years, and is expected to outline on Thursday how he plans to drive home the message.
Wed, 22 Oct 2014 22:57:04 EDT
  J.P. Morgan Warned on China Hiring Before Probe
Several executives at J.P. Morgan Chase in New York were warned of potential problems related to the bank’s hiring practices in China more than a year before the program came under scrutiny by the U.S. government.
Wed, 22 Oct 2014 21:19:19 EDT
  American Freed by North Korea Reunites with Family
An American man freed by North Korea after several months in detention has returned home to Ohio to a reunion with his family.
Wed, 22 Oct 2014 22:46:29 EDT
  Terror Hits Canadian Capital
Canada’s Parliament building and other government offices in Ottawa were locked down after an armed attack in Ottawa left one soldier dead at the country’s main war memorial. A shooter was also killed and police were looking for other possible suspects.
Wed, 22 Oct 2014 23:28:57 EDT
  Kurdish Rise Helps West, Worries Turkey
Kurds in Iraq and Syria set aside long-held rivalries and took steps to unify their forces this week to battle Islamic State, gaining greater international legitimacy but magnifying fears in Turkey that a powerful enemy is on the rise.
Wed, 22 Oct 2014 23:12:52 EDT
  Hong Kong Media Split Over Protests
As Hong Kong lumbers through its fourth week of pro-democracy protests, the variety of coverage in the local media reveals differences in visions for the city’s future.
Wed, 22 Oct 2014 23:17:29 EDT
  Federal Prosecutors Investigating Takata Over Air Bags
Federal prosecutors are investigating Japanese air bag supplier Takata in connection with defective air bags made by the company that have been linked to two deaths.
Thu, 23 Oct 2014 00:19:12 EDT
  Widodo Inherits Legacy of Foreign-Investment Hurdles
Joko Widodo is the first entrepreneur to become president of Indonesia, and his supporters hope his history of pragmatism and disdain for red tape will help him modernize the country’s economy.
Wed, 22 Oct 2014 15:54:02 EDT
  Asian Shares Lower
Trading in Asia was relatively calm Thursday, though stocks in Japan and China slipped as investors assessed the latest read on Chinese manufacturing activity.
Wed, 22 Oct 2014 23:45:26 EDT






 
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