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MBA Students from Webster’s Network Welcome

MBA students from any Webster University campus may study abroad in Shanghai alongside with the Chinese students. This is the best time ever to study part or all of you MBA at Shanghai, China.  Now, you can start your Webster MBA in Europe, or North America and complete part of your studies in Shanghai at the Webster/Shanghai University of Finance and Economics (SUFE) Joint IMBA.  

For international trade and business, China has become more interesting than ever.  What better place to learn about China than Shanghai, the leader for finance, manufacturing, R&D and shipping. 

The Shanghai chapter of the European Union Chamber of Commerce in China boasts the largest chapter in China based on number of member companies, while the American Chamber of Commerce calls itself the "Voice of American Business" in China, and the largest American Chamber in the Asia Pacific region.  Webster University has been a member of the American Chamber since 1997, and is also a member of Southwest AmCham at Chengdu. 

Companies like GM, Intel, McDonalds, and Coke all have Asia Pacific HQ operations in Shanghai.  Shanghai Daily tells us, Pudong, the eastern portion of the city, has become home to more than 400 corporate headquarters. Among these, 265 are regional headquarters of multinational conglomerates.

Shanghai is working toward an airliner that will eventually be sold worldwide. The state-run Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China (COMAC) hints to an inaugural flight in late March 2017.   Students at Shanghai New York University are developing plans for a hyper loop for Hangzhou/Shanghai, while the Shanghai Academy of Spaceflight Technology (SAST) has 21,000 people who help make space exploration possible.  High-speed passenger trains leave Shanghai from three large terminals.  Shanghai to Beijing takes less than five hours.   Get to your train on time by using one of the 16 subway lines that crisscross Shanghai.  


 Photo Credit to : Webster Student Madeleine Biggs