The Statistics Department at School of Management, Fudan University invites applications for Assistant Professor/Associate Professor/Full Professor, starting from August 2019 or earlier. The appointment will initially be made on a three-year contract. We offer competitive salary, research fund, housing allowance and nice working environment.
Applicants should have a Ph.D. degree in the relevant field from a prestigious university and be able to teach undergraduate, graduate and MBA courses. The appointee is also expected to commit to high-quality scholarly research, submit grant proposals and publish in major academic journals.
For Associate Professor or Professor level: applicants should be able to demonstrate excellent teaching and research records.
For Assistant Professor level: applicants should be able to demonstrate strong potential for research and teaching.
Interested candidates please submit a CV and recent research papers. In addition, three reference letters should be sent directly to Ms. Zhou Yan, Faculty Development Office, School of Management, Fudan University.
As China's first higher education institution to establish the educational system of Business Administration, the century-old Fudan University launched its business discipline as early as in 1917, and later set up the School of Business in 1929. But the management education was suspended in 1952, when the waves of restructuring hit all the universities and colleges nationwide. After China started to implement the reform and opening-up policy, Fudan University took the lead to resume the management education, and started to enroll undergraduates for Management discipline in 1977. The University later set up the Department of Management Science in 1979 and finally reestablished the School of Management in 1985.
After rapid development during three decades, the School now consists of 8 departments and 27 cross-disciplinary research institutes. It offers 5 disciplinary doctoral degree program, 12 PhD degree programs of specialist subjects, 5 disciplinary master degree program, and 17 master’s degree programs of specialist subjects. The School provides 4 professional Master’s degree programs including MBA/EMBA, Master of Professional Accountants (MPAcc) programs, Master of Internati...onal Business Program and Master of Finance Program. It also provides 7 undergraduate programs and 4 mobile stations for post-doctoral research (including 1 established in cooperation with the School of Economics). Moreover, industrial economics is appointed as a national key discipline while management science and engineering is appointed as a national key discipline and a Shanghai key discipline.
In 2010, the School launched 4 new postgraduate degree programs, including the Master in Financial Management Program, the Master in Financial Engineering Program, the Doctor of Business Administration Program offered in collaboration with City University of Hong Kong, and the Fudan University- Taiwan University EMBA Program. In 2014, Global Masters in Management Program was launched in collaboration with London Business School.
As of the end of 2017, the school boasts a total of 145 faculty members, including 59 full professors and 64 associate professors. 95.86% of the faculty holds a PhD degree, among whom 54 faculty members obtained their degrees from overseas, accounting for 37.24% of the total faculty members.
Several decades of hard work has led to great achievements in various disciplines and research areas, with some being highly influential both home and abroad, as well as a long list of top-level academic papers, theses and patents, an array of outstanding leaders in all kinds of academic research, and plenty of high-quality research teams. In the UTD Ranking (The UTD TOP 100 Business School Research Rankings 2013-2017), the School is ranked No. 87 globally, No. 9 in Asia and No. 1 in mainland China.
In order to promote the exchanges and cooperative research with the world’s top business schools and develop more diversified global resources, the School also joined many prestigious international organizations for business education. In 2007, FDSM was admitted as a formal member of the Partnership in International Management (PIM) and later became the 173rd full member of Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) in 2009. Meanwhile, the School was awarded the EQUIS Accreditation by EFMD in 2009 and then achieved the AACSB Accreditation in 2010 within the shortest period of time in the world. The School obtained the AACSB re-accreditation in 2015 and in the 2012 EQUIS re-accreditation, the School obtained the accreditation with a period of 5 years, which is the very first business school in Mainland China with such recognition of the School’s overall quality by EFMD. The School also successfully attained the accreditation with a period of 5 years again in 2017.
In 2018 Financial Times Global EMBA Programs Ranking, School of Management, Fudan University with 4 programs entered top 40. Washington University – Fudan University EMBA Program is ranked No.6 worldwide and top 10 for successive 7 years; BI Norwegian Business School – Fudan University MBA Program is ranked No.29 globally and No.3 among all Part-time MBA Programs around the world; The University of Hong Kong – Fudan University IMBA Program is ranked No.35 globally and No.2 in worldwide Students’ Salary Increase ranking. Fudan EMBA Program is ranked No.40 worldwide, staying firmly in top 40 since initial participation 6 years ago. In 2018 Financial Times Global MBA Programs Ranking, Fudan International MBA Program is ranked No.42, among top 50 with steady growth.
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