New campus to be completed in 2011

Duke University's Fuqua's School of Business, together with Shanghai Jiao Tong University, announced plans to open a new campus in the Chinese city of Kunshan.

According to Duke's website, programs at the new campus will focus on "executive MBA and non-degree executive education programs, a pre-experience management training master's degree, training of Ph.D. students and the recruitment of top faculty."

Kunshan, is in the Yangtze River Delta and boasts one of the fastest-growing economies in China.

The new campus will open sometime in 2011.

For more information, please see Duke Fuqua's website

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