FT ranks Olin EMBA with Fudan 6th globally

  • October 15, 2018
  • By Kurt Greenbaum
  • 1 minute read

WashU Olin’s Executive MBA with Shanghai’s Fudan University ranked No. 6 globally in the latest ranking of EMBA programs published Monday in The Financial Times.

The news comes just days before graduation for the latest cohort of Shanghai-based EMBA students. Commencement for Shanghai Class 16 will be October 26.

“This is great news and reflects the excellent work of our faculty and staff delivering and supporting this program,” said Dean Mark Taylor. “While this is one ranking for one of our programs, it’s indicative of all of the outstanding work going on across all of our programs right now. I very much appreciate the effort that is being made to ensure that we are consistently improving the student experience and innovating our curricular offerings.”

Read more about the Financial Times ranking and see where other schools placed in the measure.

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Kurt Greenbaum

Kurt Greenbaum

As communications director for WashU Olin Business School, my job is to find and share great stories about our students, faculty, staff, and alumni. I've worked for the Consortium for Graduate Study in Management as communications director and as a journalist for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Sun-Sentinel in South Florida and the Chicago Tribune.

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