About Shanghai University
Immersed in the distinguished heritage and a pioneering track record in a leading world city, Shanghai University is situated in heart of Shanghai to combine its educational achievement with forward-looking courses attuned in the latest city developments in Science, technology, and culture.
The current Shanghai University was a merger of four universities in 1994, which are Shanghai University of Technology, Shanghai University of Science and Technology, Shanghai University and Shanghai Institute of Science and Technology. With more than 36,700 full-time students and 2,600 faculties, Shanghai University is the largest university under the Shanghai Municipality. It is also a member university of the national Project 211 and is a research-intensive and comprehensive university. The Founding President of new Shanghai University is Professor CHIEN Weizang, who is a renowned Chinese physicist, educationist, and applied mathematician, as well as an academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. The current Executive Vice-President is Professor ZHOU Zhewei.
Message from Vice-President
Shanghai University is a university of rather young age, and it is the young age that brings vitality and energy to its development. The new Shanghai University has witnessed continuous progress and advancement since its establishment in May 1994. Shanghai University is now one of the comprehensive universities in China with key support from China’s “211” Project. We have a clear mission for education and clear objective to cultivate talent all-around development, perseverance, and create awareness.
We strive to bring forward, for China and for the world, talents that can “think globally and act locally”. We expect our MBA graduates to possess high professional ethics and to be talents that can be trusted and worked with.
Thanks to the efforts made by Shanghai University and colleagues at our MBA Center, we have made substantial developments and have built favorable international and domestic connections for a few years. Shanghai University will work even harder in the future to further strengthen the MBA Center so that we can cooperate more extensively with the world to make contributions to world management education.
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