The Fudan International MBA Program was launched in 1996 through 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 business elites and future leaders with international perspectives and local insights through developing students’ systematic theoretical knowledge and comprehensive managerial skills. IMBA participants, completing all required courses and a thesis, meeting the requirements of the school, will be awarded MBA degree from Fudan University and a learning certificate from MIT Sloan School of Management.
Year one contains 11 compulsory courses which provide a thorough grounding in the disciplines of management, furnishing the knowledge, skills and techniques used to improve business performance.
|Pre-Term.||1st Semester||2nd Semester|
|span style="font-family:Arial;">Compulsory Courses|
Corporate Practice Courses
Project-based Learning Program
In Year two, students can either choose several electives in Fudan or undertake the International Student Exchange Program.
|Summer Vacation||3rd Semester||4th Semester|
Thesis Oral Defense
With different educational and industrial background, MBA students specialize in various knowledge areas. Pre-Term Courses intend to provide a general education platform to help students adapt to the campus life after years of working in the companies.
The pre-course session covers key MBA subjects including Accounting, Statistics, and Economics, etc. The whole session will be conducted by experienced professors from FDSM.
The one-week pre-courses are usually scheduled at the end of August, right before the semester begins.
Compulsory courses provide a thorough grounding in the disciplines of management, furnishing the knowledge, skills and techniques used to improve business performance.
Data, Models and Decisions
Management of Information System
Organizational Process and Behavior
Business English (Not required for international students)
Politics (Required for students from mainland China)
International MBA Program provides many elective courses to full-time students. These courses make necessary supplements to the compulsory courses. Students should choose at least 4 elective courses.
|Human Resource Management|
|International Financial Management|
|Advanced Managerial Communication|
|Valuation and Financial Statement Analysis|
|Challenges of Globalization and Implications for China|
|Financial Market and Investment|
|Global Strategic Marketing|
|Enterprises Development Management|
Corporate Practice Courses
Leveraging on the resourses 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
End of June
IMBA students are encouraged to engage in summer internship at the end of their first year study. Summer internship provide students many opportunity to apply and practice the knowledge and skills which they learned in the first year study, thus to gain the latest industry information and operational practice.
From March to June each year, a number of renowned international companies will come to School of Management to recruit summer interns.
These companies come from all over mainland China, Hong Kong and Singapore. Summer internship not only provides an opportunity for companies and Fudan MBA students to learn more about each other, moreover, many companies will provide employment opportunities for students after their graduation depending on their outstanding performance during the internship period.
RMB 157000 in total