For eight consecutive years, Fudan University School of Management (FDSM) tops the Financial Times annual Global MBA Ranking in a market still facing the pandemic.
FDSM based in Shanghai, ranked 32nd in the FT’s Global MBA Ranking for 2021, 6th in the Asia Pacific Region and No.1 among the Business Schools in Chinese Mainland Universities. Fudan MBA Program was awarded the top rankings for several key criteria:
- Taking the 1st place globally in terms of Salary Percentage Increase
- For 3 criteria – International Faculty, International Course Experience and FT Research, the program was considered the best among business schools in Chinese mainland.
- The criteria of Careers Service ranked No.21 worldwide, up by 21 positions.
Fudan MBA Soars High Every Year!
Fudan MBA’s position among FT’s top 100 MBA programs has consistently improved, after being placed in the top global rankings for 8 years. The Financial Times previously ranked Fudan MBA No. 33 in 2020, No. 34 in 2019 and No. 42 in 2018.
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.
About The Fudan International MBA
The Fudan International MBA or Fudan-MIT International MBA was launched in 1996 through a collaboration between Fudan University School of Management and MIT Sloan School of Management.
This program, taught entirely in English, aims to cultivate professionals with an international perspective and entrepreneurial spirit, well-adjusted to the demands of economic globalization in China and the rest of the world.
Fudan International MBA Program participants who complete all required courses and a thesis will be awarded an MBA degree from Fudan University and a certificate from MIT Sloan School of Management.
The third round of application for Fudan MBA is ongoing. Learn more about it here.
About Fudan University School Of Management
Fudan University launched its business discipline as early as in 1917, and later set up the School of Business in 1929. After China started to implement the reform and opening-up policy, Fudan University took the lead to resume the management education.
The University later set up the Department of Management Science in 1979 and finally reestablished School of Management in 1985. After rapid development during three decades, the School now consists of 8 departments and 31 cross-disciplinary research institutes.
FDSM provides 5 professional Master’s degree programs including MBA/EMBA, Master of Professional Accountants (MPAcc) Program, Master of International Business Program, Master of Finance Program, and Master of Applied Statistics Program.
Study one of the oldest and premier universities in China and experience top-notch MBA education at the Fudan University School of Management (FDSM)!