Shanghai Jiao Tong University Antai College of Economics and Management is widely recognized as one of China's leading business colleges. The Antai MBA is the only MBA program in China to be triply accredited by AACSB, EQUIS, and the Association of MBAs. Domestically, Antai is consistently ranked among the Top four business schools in China, and is located in the heart of Shanghai, China’s undisputed business capital and home to the headquarters of many multinational corporations, giving students the advantage to network and study international business in the country’s commercial center.To get more news about business school in China, you can visit acem.sjtu.edu.cn official website.
Antai College of Economics and Management offers both a full-time
International MBA (IMBA) in English, and part-time MBA programs in
Chinese. Antai’s IMBA features classes taught completely in English,
while offering weekly Chinese classes free of charge. Antai’s professors
are respected experts in their fields, with rich experience in top
universities and corporations around the world. They provide students
within an international perspective while focusing on the China market,
integrating elements of Chinese and Western culture and business
practices through case studies and group projects. Antai IMBA students
come from a variety of countries, making for a truly global interactive
Student academic clubs, regular MBA forums with Shanghai business leaders, and an extensive alumni network provide regular opportunities for students to expand their network and learn about current business issues in China. The Career Development Center also provides students with important career guidance and opportunities for internships and full-time employment based on students' interests and backgrounds.
In addition, Anta strives to make studying at Antai convenient for our international students by assigning a Chinese “life tutor” to each international student, to assist students with their life in Shanghai as they adjust to the new environment. Various cultural trips around China, as well as sporting events are also organized to promote deeper relationships among Chinese and international students outside of the classroom.
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