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International Business School (IBS) was granted the authority to confer MBA degree on May 6th, 2019.

With the increasing demand of Chinese companies "going global" and international companies "coming in", BFSU MBA programs aims to train high-end talents for international business practice, cross-cultural management and communication. Building on its strength and reputation in foreign studies, social and cultural research, BFSU MBA stands out as a leader in international, multilingual business education in China.

Purpose and Objectives

BFSU MBA program aims to cultivate internationally competitive management talents and entrepreneurs, building bridges between China and the world.

The objectives is to cultivate managerial talents that can compete effectively in today’s technology driven and closely connected world, to help Chinese entrepreneurs to conduct business worldwide, and to help global entrepreneurs to learn Chinese business environment and  practices.

Program Features

THe MBA curriculum has two modules. The required module consists of seven foundation courses of business administration. The elective module consists of about fourteen courses that students can freely to combine to their own needs.

The program offers a wide variety of extracurricular professional lectures, company visits, consulting opportunities, and corporate mentor support. This gives students immersive on-site learning experience.

The School has a long term cooperative relationship with a large number of international university. The program offers overseas exchange opportunities to expose students to more multicultural learning environment.

The program offers a variety of arrangement to strengthen students’ multi-language ability, which includes month-long all-day Devil English Intensive Training Camp, a large selection of second foreign language electives, book clubs that support reading original management classics.