Duke Fuqua to Open China Campus, Launch New Master's in Management

Students in new program to study in the US and in China

Duke University Fuqua School of Business has announced that it will open a campus in China, and launch a new master's program in management where students will study in both China and the US.

Students in the Master of Management Studies: Duke Kunshan University will begin studies in July 2014, and study for three terms in Durham, North Carolina, and two terms at Duke Kunshan University, which, which is about 70 kilometers from Shanghai.

The total length of the new program is 10 months.

For more information, please see the Duke press release announcing the launch of the Master of Management Studies at Duke Kunshan University. 

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