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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
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Thu, 23 Apr 2015 06:22:31 EDT
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Wed, 20 May 2015 02:32:54 EDT
  Tech Companies Struggle to Get World on Internet
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Wed, 22 Apr 2015 13:20:53 EDT
  J.P. Morgan Shuffles in Asia
J.P. Morgan reassigned roles among its senior bankers across Asia, giving some veteran bankers broader roles.
Wed, 22 Apr 2015 00:16:31 EDT
  Noble Promises More Transparency
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Wed, 22 Apr 2015 00:37:08 EDT
  KFC, Pizza Hut Seem Stale in China
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Tue, 21 Apr 2015 23:50:41 EDT
  In Singapore, Property Stocks Are Hot Property
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Tue, 21 Apr 2015 14:56:26 EDT
  China Suffers First Default by State-Owned Firm
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