MIM students will study in both London and Shanghai

London Business School

London Business School and Fudan University's School of Management have partnered to offer a new Masters in Management program.

The MIM program will be two years long. The first year will be taught in London, and the second year will be taught in Shanghai. The program will launch in September of 2015.

The announcement is the latest in a series of program partnerships between Western business schools and schools in China. Just this week, Cornell University's Johnson School of Management announced that it was partnering with Beijing's Tsinghua University to offer a dual-degree MBA program. And in February, the Kellogg School of Management and Peking University's Guanghua School of Management launched a joint EMBA program.

Fudan already offers several joint business programs with Western business schools, including an International MBA with MIT - Sloan and an EMBA with Washington University.

London Business School also offers its own Masters in Management program, which takes place solely in London and is 12 months long. 

Further details on the LBS-Fudan MIM program, such as program content and application requirements, weren't immediately available. For more information, please see the LBS press release announcing the launch of the new MIM.

Read more about Fudan University on the school's full profile at FIND MBA.

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