The Webster University/SUFE IMBA at Shanghai

For a term a term, semester or more, you would attend English classes with mostly Chinese team mates.  Median age of students is 30-34.  The six-term program is like other Webster MBA course in Europe or the Americas, but the Shanghai students meet once each week for nine weeks in the term, all day Saturday (see IMBA brochure).    You’ll have a mix of Western instructors and SUFE professors.  Most of the Chinese students work during the week, while many are part of global organizations:  Bayer, Siemens, GE, Apple, UTC, Johnson & Johnson, Intel, City Bank, Yum China, and others.  In class, students work in teams, and during the week, study and share email or communicate using WeChat, the China equivalent of Face Book.  Joint IMBA clubs get alumni and students together to hear from financial analysts, discuss big data, pursue career development and taste wines from China and abroad.