Fudan School of Management


Fudan School of ManagementFudan International MBA Program was launched in 1996 through a collaboration between the Fudan University School of Management and the MIT Sloan School of Management. The curriculum of the IMBA Program is jointly developed by the two schools, with the objective of cultivating senior managers with an international perspective and entrepreneurial spirit, well-adjusted to the demands of economic globalization and Chinese enterprises. IMBA Program participants who complete all required courses and a thesis are awarded a MBA diploma from Fudan University and a course certificate from MIT Sloan.

The IMBA Program implements many of the teaching methods of MIT Sloan, such as case studies, group discussions, computer simulations and consulting programs. The Program is designed to improve the students’ analytical and problem-solving abilities. All program’s teaching materials are in English. Two years of full time study equips students with a great deal of new concepts and practices, which will help them to become more effective managers in their former or new career fields. Full time study also exposes students to the rich cultural environment at Fudan University.

Location: Shanghai
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Fudan IMBA Curriculum

Compulsory courses provide knowledge, skills and techniques used to improve business performance. Financial Accounting, Managerial Economics, Data & Models and Decisions, Marketing Management, Cooperate Finance, Management of Information System, Business Ethics, Strategic Management, Managerial Communication, Organizational Process and Behavior, Operations Management, Business English (Not required for international students), Politics (Required for local students)

Elective Courses - Human Resource Management, International Financial Management, Transnational Management, Entrepreneurial Marketing, Management Consulting.

Leadership, Macroeconomics, Successful Entrepreneurship, International Marketing, Advanced Managerial Communication, Valuation and Financial Statement Analysis, Challenges of Globalization and Implications for China, Corporate Policy, Logistics Management, Entrepreneurship, Financial Market and Investment, Information Technology, Global Strategic Marketing, Enterprises Development Management.

Corporate Practice Courses - Leveraging on the resources of the enterprises and the strengths of School of Management, a series of Corporate Practice Courses have been designed and conducted to incorporate students’ skills gained from classroom to the real business world, and thus to develop talents in special fields. Fudan-Citi Banking Courses, Lotus Retailing Courses, Intel Innovation Courses.

Scholarships

- 1st place GMAT Scholarship winner
- 2nd GMAT Scholarship winner
- 3rd GMAT Scholarship winner
- Excellent GMAT Scholarship winner

Fudan University School of Management

As a school that specializes in business education and research School of Management, Fudan University has inherited such features nurtured in the University's history of about one hundred years as humanity traditions, profound academic thinking, and long-standing cultural details. Over the past two decades since business education was resumed following the open-door in China, the School has developed a strong faculty of expertise including a good number of professors and scholars strong in academic ability and teaching experience, and has attracted many other talented people to join us after they finished their studies abroad. Over the years, what we have achieved in management research and business education, especially our international academic cooperation and exchanges, have won fame and recognition for the School.

With the advent of the 21st Century, the World has provided not only a broad stage for China's economic reform and its business management theories and practice, but rigid challenges as well. School of Management, Fudan University, located in Shanghai - a city of vitality, has ample opportunity to first sense the pulse of world economic development and the dynamics of scientific and technological advances. We should grasp any opportunities available, bring into full play our strengths and make double efforts to become a world-class business school.

(Source: Fudan School of Management)

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