The latest partnerships in business education.

The University of Wollongong in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, and Politecnico di Milano’s Graduate School of Business in Italy have partnered to launch a Global Executive Master in Luxury Management (GEMLux). Created in response to a growing global demand for luxury goods, especially among Chinese customers, the four-semester dual degree is designed to prepare students for roles as luxury brand managers, fashion retail buyers, public relations specialists, creative directors, brand ambassadors, and visual merchandising executives.

The Whitman School of Management and the College of Law at Syracuse University in New York have partnered to launch an online joint JD/MBA degree. The degree combines two online programs: [email protected], which features synchronous classes, asynchronous coursework, and hands-on residencies; and JDinteractive (JDi), which includes self-paced online classes and experiential learning.

Cambridge Judge Business School in the United Kingdom and Peking University HSBC Business School in China have collaborated to design two new executive education programs: Making Innovation Happen and International Strategic Management. Both programs will train Chinese entrepreneurs and executives to implement methods and tools under real-world operating conditions. PHBS and CJBS created the programs to help advance the national talent development strategy of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area.