Fudan MBA Program Ranks 33rd in the Financial Times' Top 100 Global MBA Programs

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The Fudan MBA Program continues to climb in the rankings for the 7th consecutive year.To get more news about top mba colleges in China, you can visit acem.sjtu.edu.cn official website.
On January 27, 2020, the Financial Times (FT) released the Global MBA Ranking 2020, in which, the Fudan MBA Program came in 33rd among the
global programs, sixth in the Asia Pacific Region and first among the
Business Schools in Chinese Mainland Universities.
The Fudan MBA Program was awarded the top rankings for several key
criteria; taking the second place in terms of Salary Percentage
Increase, while ranking sixth for Career Progress. For four criteria -
Salary Today, International Course Experience, Alumni Recommend and FT
Research - the program was considered the best among business schools in
mainland China.
The program's position among FT's top 100 MBA programs has consistently improved, after being placed in the top global rankings
for several consecutive years. This achievement is due to the steadfast,
ongoing improvements of the Fudan MBA Program, the focus on practical
learning and the program's overall globalization.
Notably, in the Executive MBA Ranking 2019 released by the FT on November 18, 2019, the School of Management at Fudan University saw
three of its EMBA programs – the Washington University-Fudan University
EMBA Program, the BI Norwegian Business School-Fudan University MBA
Program and the University of Hong Kong-Fudan University IMBA Programme -
among the Top 50 EMBA Programs. Among the three ranked programs, the
one that came in highest claimed the number 7th place.
Curriculum reform and innovation is a permanent topic of the Fudan MBA
Program. The forward-looking stance adopted by the program's managers
has led to the creation and maintenance of a curriculum that stands out
due to its innovation, its ability to adjust and adapt to the changing
higher education landscape and the evolving needs of the employers that
look to the program as a source for new talent. Students involved in the
programs are able to acquire a holistic trove of knowledge and
management skill sets.
The program's curriculum widens the number of compulsory courses while deepening the content of the elective courses, assuring that
students acquire the knowledge needed to fulfill the kind of high-level
management roles that will be on offer upon graduation. In 2015, the
program introduced six established majors: finance, marketing,
innovative transformation, e-commerce and big data, industrial analysis
and investment management, business decision-making and leadership. Each
include a series of elective courses categorized according to level of
difficulty: entry level, advanced and comprehensive practice.
In addition to the continuous upgrading of the content of the six elective courses, the program now includes a series of unique courses on
"humanities classics" to round out the skill sets of the MBA students
and satisfy their growing demand for careers that are intellectually and
emotionally stimulating and satisfying.The program again revised and
upgraded its online capabilities, further optimizing the design of the
curriculum, as well as the presentation, platforms and systems, in a
move that further enhance the student experience.
The Fudan MBA Program has always stressed its development as an
international offering, and pioneered a model focused on diversified and
multi-channel international communications, providing the students with
rich international learning and communication opportunities through a
combination long-term, mid-term and short-term international
communication curriculums.
During the process of worldwide economic integration, the program has always deepened communication and cooperation with the world's top
business schools, further stimulating its vitality and arming the
students with the tools that will allow them to stand out in a fiercely
competitive market.
As one of China's first international MBA program, the program has, from the beginning, teamed up with the MIT Sloan School of Management,
and has deepened the cooperation over the years. Besides MIT, the
program offers a series of short-term overseas courses from the world's
top business schools, including Yale University, London Business School
and Tel Aviv University.
Posted 02 Sep 2020

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