UM to broaden student exchanges and executive education with IE, Fudan, others

The University of Miami (UM) School of Business Administration has entered into agreements with seven schools in Latin America, Europe, and Asia to bolster its student exchanges and executive education offerings, among other initiatives.

Among the partner schools are Instituto de Empresa (IE) Business School and Pompeu Fabra University in Spain; Fudan Unviersity in China; University of Sao Paulo in Brazil; Pontifica Universidad Católica (CENTRUM) in Peru; and the University of San Andrés in Argentina.

UM MBA students, for example, will be able to participate in one-semester student exchanges to Fudan in Shangai beginning this fall.

For more information, please visit the UM website.

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