[photopress:BInorway.jpg,full,alignright]The MBA is bringing countries together — sometimes as unlikely partners. BI Norwegian School of Management is in Oslo, ten minutes from the city centre. That is in Norway. In China it has an affiliation with Fudan University in Shanghai.
BI Executive School and School of Management, Fudan University started operating in 1996 running the Master of Management in Change Management Program. In 2003 this became the BI-Fudan Master of Business Administration — a full MBA. BI’s part-time MBA is taught in English at the Fudan School of Management. There are now about 1,000 alumuni from these courses in China.
The next class starts November 30, 2006. Enrollment deadline for applications is by the end of this month.
Does it result in satisfied students? One comment: ‘It was a really great experience for me to be a student in the BI-Fudan program. I sharpened my management skills and my practical business operations. I also got more new friends and contacts than during 10 years of working. — Feng Qingwen (2001-2003 Class). Senior Product Marketing Manager, Philips Lighting.
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