Earn Academic Credentials from Two Leading Universities
EMBA alumni will tell you the Washington University-Fudan University Executive MBA program exceeded their expectations, preparing them to guide stakeholder relationships, make decisions, and exert power confidently and effectively.
Taught mainly in English, the program closely matches the content and structure of Olin Business School’s Executive MBA program. In fact, courses are taught by many of the same faculty members. If you graduate from the program in Shanghai, however, you earn an EMBA degree or certificate recognized by two of the world’s leading universities – and you become a member of both institutions’ alumni communities.
“Learning for a lifetime of achievement”
Like its U.S. counterpart, the program promotes what program founders called “learning for a lifetime of achievement.” You learn business fundamentals and how these disciplines interact to enhance operational performance. Equally important, you learn how to lead people, programs, and change.
The Washington University-Fudan University Executive MBA program is accredited by EQUIS and by AACSB (the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business) International. Only 681 institutions worldwide have earned the latter distinction.