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Norwegian Business School- Fudan University MBA Programme

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INTRODUCTION
The BI-Fudan MBA program is offered in partnership by BI Norwegian Business School and School of Management at Fudan University. BI Norwegian Business School has a prominent position in Norway and is in the top tier of European business schools. Fudan University is one of the best universities in China. Both partner schools are EQUIS and AACSB accredited.
BI-Fudan MBA Program is the most long standing sino-foreign cooperative MBA program in China.The alumni network is very powerful,including many Chinese leaders of multinational companies. 2/3 of the faculty come from BI Norwegian Business School. All of them come to China for years who have rich experience of China and keep the Northern Europe way of management.

Building on one of the first joint programs in China, established in 1996, the BI-Fudan MBA program provides the best of two worlds: Courses entirely in English, which combines the best teaching resources of BI and Fudan. International modules with top notch universities around the world. 90% of classmates are from MNCs, with 11 years working experience in average. More than 2100 alumni in the BI-Fudan alumni network. Over 50% of students recruited each year are referred by alumni, which reflects the program outstanding quality and students satisfaction. A 2-year part-time program allows students to study without leaving work. Program application is accepted on a rolling basis.

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Programme INFORetractOpen
  • Programme NameNorwegian Business School- Fudan University MBA Programme
  • RequirementsBachelor degree with 5 years working experience or college diploma with 10 years working experience. And currently on management position. Competency in spoken and written English.
  • Degree AwardedBI Norweigian Business School MBA Degree, School of Management, Fudan University Study certificate
  • LanguageEnglish
  • LocationShanghai
  • Process2 years part-time, 1 module every 4-6 weeks, 4 days/module(Thurs. to Sun.)
  • Number Of Courses20 modules, which are made of 11 core courses and 9 elective courses(choose 4)
  • Overseas ComponentsCore course in BI Norwegian Business school, Oslo. Oversea elective coures(Singapore, U.S.A, Spain) and exchange programs
  • Group Consulting Project-
  • Average Age34.4
  • Average Working Experience11.4
  • Number Of Enrolled Students110 students/year, 31 nationalities/regions
  • Total Number Of AlumniMore than 2100 alumni in the BI-Fudan alumni network
  • International AccreditationAACSB, EQUIS, AMBA
  • RankingPlaces global No.5 Part-time MBA, No. 39 EMBA ranking in 2016 by Financial Times
  • whatIsNewBuilding on one of the first joint programs in China, established in 1996, the BI-Fudan MBA program provides the best of two worlds: Courses entirely in English, which combines the best teaching resources of BI and Fudan. International modules with top notch universities around the world. 90% of classmates are from MNCs, with 11 years working experience in average. More than 2100 alumni in the BI-Fudan alumni network. Over 50% of students recruited each year are referred by alumni, which reflects the program outstanding quality and students satisfaction. A 2-year part-time program allows students to study without leaving work. Program application is accepted on a rolling basis.
How to ApplyRetractOpen
  • Application Fee500 RMB
  • Programme Fees436000 RMB
  • Process and ScorePlease Login
  • GMAT RequirementsIndependent recruitment, GMAT and IELTS are not compulsory
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