LIU’s one-year accelerated global MBA is a unique MBA program for students to have immersive learning experiences at three world’s business centers: London, Shanghai, and New York. Students will learn functional knowledge of business and experience engaged learning from three leading institutions: Gonville and Caius College at Cambridge, School of Management at Fudan University, and College of Management at LIU Post. Students will experience the cultures, economies, businesses, and public policies in Europe, Asia, and North America.
-The only MBA program taught at leading global cities: London/Cambridge, Shanghai, and New York. All three cities are among the top 20 that offer the most opportunities (per the PWC report): London #1, New York #2, and Shanghai #19. They are centers of three largest economies in the world: UK (#5), China (#2), and US (#1) (see link). -The only MBA program jointly taught by two world-class universities: Cambridge and Fudan -Fudan University issues certificate of courses taught at Fudan
-36 credits, functional knowledge combined with engaged learning with a global perspective: Think Global & Act Local -Prepare careers in three largest job markets: New York, Shanghai, and London -Graduates gain differentiation advantage from typical MBA Programs
-AACSB accredited business school, a distinction given to only 5% of business schools -Ranked among Princeton Review’s “Best Business Schools” for 14 consecutive years -Global network of over 200,00 alumni -27 miles from New York City
University of Cambridge
-University of Cambridge is a top 5 university in the world -Gonville and Caius College was founded in 1348 -13 Nobel Prize winners, including Cold Spring Harbor Lab’s James Watson and physicist Stephen Hawking -London: World’s leading financial center and most visited city
-One of China’s top three universities, with the MBA Program ranked in the top 50 (#47) by the Financial Times -Fudan is an accredited partner (AACSB) of Harvard, Wharton, MIT, Washington University, and Norwegian Business School -Fudan graduates’ average starting salary is $96,884 -7,000 international students from 120 countries
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