The full-time IMBA program of Fudan University School of Management has been ranked 17th globally and tops business schools in China’s Mainland, according to a newly released ranking of the world’s business schools by the Times Higher Education and the Wall Street Journal.
The THE/WSJ College Rankings 2019, the two organizations’ first-ever joint analysis, is based on dozens of factors encompassing resources, engagement, outcomes and environment. Among 123 participating institutions around the world, 114 of them were qualified for the ranking and only 54 made it to the final list.
In the Global MBA Ranking 2018 published by the Financial Times this January, Fudan full-time IMBA was ranked 42th globally, successfully making it to the top 50 once more. In addition, the Eduniveral Awards for the 2018 Top Business Schools ranked Fudan University School of Management in the second place in the Far East Asia region and No.1 in China’s Mainland.
The Fudan full-time IMBA program, launched through collaboration with the MIT Sloan School of Management since 1996, is the first international MBA course in China. Fudan IMBA program has been committed to the strategy of internationalization. The courses are taught entirely in English and 30-40% of the faculty members are from overseas.
Based on that, the School of Management also provides various forms of international exchange programs and offers nearly 400 exchange seats from more than 100 partner institutions around the world every year. It aims to boost students’ cross-cultural communication skills and international exposure and cultivate professionals well-adjusted to the demands of globalization in China as well as the rest of the world.