William and Mary School of Business

EMBA program focuses on Chinese business practices, culture

  • EMBA in China
    EMBA in China
    Susan Hughes (second from left) and Deborah Hewitt (middle) pose with their new colleagues from the Fudan School of Management in China.

The Executive MBA program at the Mason School of Business is pioneering a new approach to the global immersion portion of its curriculum beginning this fall.

The program has established a relationship with Fudan University, located in Shanghai and one of the oldest and most selective universities in China. Incoming EMBA students will spend a week during the fall semester of their first year studying and learning Chinese business principles from leading scholars at Fudan’s School of Management. Students will study the same topics they are learning at William & Mary, including marketing strategies, finance, global economics and operation and supply management.