School of Management of Fudan Stays First Among Mainland China Business Schools in UTD Rankings
Lately, UTD released the 2013-2017 UTD Top 100 Business School Research Rankings, in which School of Management of Fudan University moved up to the 87th in the world and the 9th in Asia, and continued being the first in mainland China for three consecutive years.
In recent years, School of Management of Fudan University has made unceasing strides in academic research. In early 2016, it ranked the 99th in the 2011-2015 UTD Top 100 Business School Research Rankings, being the only business school in mainland China that entered the list. A year later, it rose to the 96th in the 2012-2016 UTD Rankings, maintaining the first position in mainland China. According to the newest UTD rankings issued this year, it remained the first in mainland China while climbing up to the 87th in global rankings and the 9th in Asian rankings.
School of Management has not only performed extraordinarily in research, but also been recognized in the business world judging from the rankings of its MBA and EMBA programs. All its four EMBA programs appeared in the top 50 of the Financial Times Global EMBA Rankings released on October 16th, 2017. On January 29th, 2018, the Financial Times Global MBA Rankings placed Fudan MBA Program at the 42th.
For the past few years, School of Management has persisted in improving its research capability as well as it overall strength. It has shaped some disciplines and research areas at home and abroad, produced numerous academic monographs and papers, fostered many leading scholars, and built up a dozen of high-quality research teams. Against the rapid development of Chinese economy, School of Management has kept pace with top business schools in the world, guiding business education in China as a pioneer during its history of more than three decades. With goals on its mind and responsibilities on its shoulders, School of Management aims to perfect its education and research to provide more competitive talents for the further development of Chinese economy in the future.
The UTD Top 100 Business School Research Rankings is published by University of Texas at Dallas and has become an established indicator to evaluate business schools around the world in terms of their research capability. Released once every year, it tracks publications in 24 leading business journals in the recent 5 year based on the number of papers published and authors’ contribution.
Source: School of Management
Author: Li Qian