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CAU-FUDAN Finance Dual-Degree Program


The CAU-Fudan Finance MBA Program is the third program within the Global MBA Program offered by the CAU Graduate School of Business of Chung-Ang University. It specializes in finance and the Chinese economy.
The field of finance has become a prominent sector of the global economy, surpassing the importance of the manufacturing sector. The 2008 financial crises - caused by the proliferation of sub-prime loans in the US and overlending in the EU - demonstrate how widespread a crisis in this sector can become.
The Chinese economy has been shifting from a manufacturing to a finance-based economy. China is moving away from low value added manufacturing industries to the high value added financial industry in their 12th Five-Year Economic Plan.
The EMA program offered by Fudan University -a highly respected university in China- is designed to train English-speaking specialists in the Chinese economy. As such, the EMA is an attractive and essential program for individuals as well as for firms which seek to do business in China.
Students in the CAU-FUDAN Finance Dual-Degree Program build a sound base of finance in their 1st year at Chung-Ang University, then in the 2nd year take courses in Chinese history, culture, economy, politics, business administration, capital market system, international trades, taxes, law, human resource management, regional policies on North-East Asia, industrial policy, reform and liberalization at the school of economics, Fudan University.


The curriculum in the Fudan EMA Program is designed to give students both theoretical and practical knowledge to function as specialists in the Chinese economy.
Fudan University EMA course’s minimum language requirement (TOEFL iBT 90), the demand of courses being taught in English as well as the requirement for dissertations in English ensure that students will achieve a high level of English competence. Second year students have priority access to the residences of Fudan University and are assigned to dedicated mentors. Prior to going to China, students are offered optional Chinese language courses.
Customized courses for employees of financial institutions with operations in China will be held concurrently so that students in the CAU-FUDAN Finance Dual-Degree Program will have an opportunity to network and learn from currently employed professionals.

Semester Progression of CAU-FUDAN Finance Dual-Degree Program

Procedure & Semester 1st Semester 2st Semester
3st Semester
4st Semester
Earned Credits Per Semester 12 18 12 3
Accumulated Credits 12 30 42 45