The Financial Times annual ranking of the world’s best executive MBA programs places the Olin-Fudan University joint venture in Shanghai at #6, up three spots from last year.
“Olin and Fudan’s School of Management were at the forefront of joint ventures in executive business education in China a decade ago when they launched the first foreign-partnered EMBA program to be formally recognized by the Chinese Ministry of Education,” said Mahendra Gupta, dean of Olin Business School. “Our faculty continue to provide international learning experiences that prepare executives to compete for top positions in China and globally.”
Other results in the FT global survey include:
- Olin and Fudan faculty research ranks #14
- Graduates of the Olin/Fudan Executive MBA-Shanghai program experienced a 61% salary increase after completing the program
See full news release on Olin News.
Dean Mahendra Gupta will be a guest on the Financial Times’ “Ask the Expert” answering questions about Executive MBA programs on Wednesday, October 23, 2013, between 14.00 and 15.00 BST. Send your questions now to email@example.com and they will be answered during the live session.
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