Three Asian Universities Launch Double-Degree MBA

Students split 3 semesters between Fudan University, KUBS, and NUS

Fudan University (FDU) School of Management, Seoul?s Korea University Business School (KUBS), and the National University of Singapore (NUS) announced the three schools are launching a joint MBA program focusing on Asian business - the "S3 Asia MBA" program.

Graduates of the 18-month program will receive MBA degrees from two of the three universities, and a certificate of attendance from the third. Courses during the first semester are in Shanghai, with the second and third taking place in Seoul and Singapore, respectively. S3 denotes the three cities where students will study - Shanghai, Seoul and Singapore. The program is in English.

For more information about the program, please visit the program website.

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