Fudan MIT program in China


My husband is in Shanghai in business and I will join him in short order.

I'm looking for an MBA program to do while there, preferably one that has International reach, stature, and a very broad network (we will most likely return to the US or maybe Europe in the next 3-4 years)

I have come across the International MBA from Fudan and it seems interesting for many reasons including MIT's involvement. However, other than what I have read on the school's website (not always the best source of info) there's very little information out there.

I am open to any insight from the community but I was hoping to get some input from somebody who is doing or has done the program, or even people who are potentially thinking about pursuing it.

Thank you!
Laura
My husband is in Shanghai in business and I will join him in short order.

I'm looking for an MBA program to do while there, preferably one that has International reach, stature, and a very broad network (we will most likely return to the US or maybe Europe in the next 3-4 years)

I have come across the International MBA from Fudan and it seems interesting for many reasons including MIT's involvement. However, other than what I have read on the school's website (not always the best source of info) there's very little information out there.

I am open to any insight from the community but I was hoping to get some input from somebody who is doing or has done the program, or even people who are potentially thinking about pursuing it.

Thank you!
Laura
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Duncan
LinkedIn will certainly be a better place to find alumni. It seems like a solid programme but, like the Lisbon MIT partnership, rather a local experience compared to most MBAs outside the USA: http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/fudan-university/global-mba-ranking-2019#global-mba-ranking-2019 MIT affiliate status is useful, but you could get that from the MIT executive program: https://executive.mit.edu/openenrollment/program/executive-program-in-general-management#program-details
LinkedIn will certainly be a better place to find alumni. It seems like a solid programme but, like the Lisbon MIT partnership, rather a local experience compared to most MBAs outside the USA: http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/fudan-university/global-mba-ranking-2019#global-mba-ranking-2019 MIT affiliate status is useful, but you could get that from the MIT executive program: https://executive.mit.edu/openenrollment/program/executive-program-in-general-management#program-details
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Are you looking at CEIBS as well? It might have a better network in Europe.
Are you looking at CEIBS as well? It might have a better network in Europe.
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I was not considering CEIBS due to its increased tuition.
I was not considering CEIBS due to its increased tuition.
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laurie
In the grand scheme of things, the difference in cost is not *that* much (especially when you account for lifetime earnings.)

If you already applied for the Fudan program (or are planning on applying), you might want to send an app to CEIBS as well. At the very least, there's always the possibility (though not assured) that there would be a scholarship on offer, to help offset the sticker price.
In the grand scheme of things, the difference in cost is not *that* much (especially when you account for lifetime earnings.)

If you already applied for the Fudan program (or are planning on applying), you might want to send an app to CEIBS as well. At the very least, there's always the possibility (though not assured) that there would be a scholarship on offer, to help offset the sticker price.
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I will take that into consideration. I appreciate the advice.
I will take that into consideration. I appreciate the advice.
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