Study business at one of the world’s major financial centers
Classes are held at Fudan University’s School of Management in Shanghai, one of the world’s fastest-growing, fastest-moving cities. The commercial, financial, technological, and cultural heart of China, Shanghai offers singular opportunities to study the world economy, capital formation in emerging markets, and both Western and Asian business practices.
Fudan’s School of Management is located in the Yangpu District of the city – on Guoshun Road and Handan Road. The school’s technologically advanced facilities reflect its role as a leading provider of management education.
During the International Management Residency in St. Louis, classes are held at the Charles F. Knight Executive Education & Conference Center on Washington University's campus.
One of China’s oldest and most challenging academic institutions, Fudan University is a member of the C9 League, China’s Ivy League, and Universitas 21, a “global network of research universities for the 21st century.” Founded in 1905 at the end of the Qing Dynasty – China’s final imperial rule – Fudan University now operates four campuses in Shanghai. The English translation of Fudan is “heavenly light shines day after day.”
In 1991, the university’s School of Management became one of the first Chinese institutions to offer an MBA degree. To date, the school has graduated more than 28,000 alumni. Many of these professionals guide China's economic development.