SBM enhances its cooperation with renowned overseas universities to the height of its development strategy. It is committed to carrying out all-round cooperation with international first-class business schools in student exchange, teacher exchange, discipline construction, joint research and cooperative project development, with partners all over Europe and the United States. At present, SBM has established long-term friendly cooperative relations and carried out extensive and in-depth cooperation with more than 20 well-known universities and business schools in 12 countries, including the United States, Germany, France, Spain, UK, Sweden, Canada, Finland, South Korea, New Zealand, Thailand and Morocco.
University of Pennsylvania
University of Pennsylvania is located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It is one of the world's top private research universities as well as one of the eight famous ivy league universities and one of the founding members of AACSB. Founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740, it is the fourth oldest higher education institution in the United States, the first comprehensive university in the modern sense in the United States, and the birthplace of many education innovations, including the first medical school in North America (in 1765), the first university business school (Wharton, in 1881), and the first student union organization (in 1896) were all born at this university. Also, University of Pennsylvania is the first modern university in the United States to engage in science, technology and humanities education.
University of Pennsylvania ranked 8th in the United States in the 2018 US News University Comprehensive Rankings, 10th in the world in the 2018 Times World University Rankings, and was rated as one of the top 10 dream schools by the Princeton Review.
In 2018, SBM established a cooperative relationship with University of Pennsylvania to provide our students with business learning trips under the theme of global leadership.
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Barnard College, Columbia University, founded in 1889, is a private undergraduate college for women in New York City. The college, named after former Columbia college dean Frederick Barnard, aims to get women into higher education. In 1900, the college was incorporated into Columbia University. The college has an independent board of trustees and financial institutions, has its own teachers and library, and shares Columbia's academic resources and facilities with other colleges of Columbia University. The bachelor's degree is awarded by Columbia University, and girls who want to receive education from Columbia University must attend Barnard College. Barnard College and Columbia College, College of Engineering, College of General Education, Theological Seminary Constitute Columbia Undergraduate System.
Columbia University is a founding member of AACSB. In 2016, Barnard College of Columbia University ranked 97th in the Comprehensive Ranking of American Universities and it was ranked 54th on the 2013 Forbes American College Rankings. SISU has a long-term cooperative relationship with Barnard college of Columbia University. At present, the exchange program of Barnard College, which is open to undergraduate students of SISU, is an international exchange program for outstanding undergraduate students of SBM.
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University of Oxford
Oxford University is a world-famous public research university which is also the oldest university in the english-speaking world as well as the second oldest existing higher education institution in the world. Many of Oxford's departments receive five-star ratings in research quality assessments, and its faculty members are world leaders in their academic fields.
Founded in 1996, Saïd Business School is the youngest college in Oxford University with a history of 800 years. Though only 20 years old and a junior member of the old Oxford University, Saïd business school has been hailed by the Harvard business review as the fastest-growing business school in Europe.
In 2016, SBM established a cooperative relationship with Oxford University, and together with Kingston university of the United Kingdom, we now provide our students with the activity project of experiencing British business culture under the theme of business learning journey.
For more about Oxford University please visit: http://www.ox.ac.uk/
Leipzig Graduate School of Management
Leipzig Graduate School of Management (short for HHL), founded in 1898, is located in Leipzig, Saxony, Germany. It is the oldest business school in German-speaking countries and the first private business school in Germany to win the status of university. With outstanding faculty, clear research direction and teaching style of combining theory with practice, the college has always provided students with first-class various business management projects, aiming at cultivating future business leaders of socially responsible colleges and universities through excellent teaching, scientific research and practice.
HHL is the first German private business school to be accredited by the American association of management business schools (AACSB). Its entrepreneurship courses and e-commerce courses were ranked first by the Financial Times. In 2013, it was rated as the most entrepreneurial university in Germany by German Entrepreneurs association. In 2014, its Master in Management program was ranked 11th in the Financial Times' global masters in Management ranking.
Since 2015, SBM has established a comprehensive cooperative relationship with Leipzig Graduate School of Management, carrying out comprehensive cooperation in student exchange, teacher exchange, discipline construction and joint scientific research. The two sides provide students at the master's level with double-degree programs and exchange programs of enterprise management, as well as the activity programs of industry 4.0 business study tour with distinctive German characteristics.
For more about Leipzig Graduate School of Management please visit: https://www.hhl.de/en/home/
Founded in 1887, McMaster University is located in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, a tourist city. The school is famous for its ancient academic accumulation and high-quality education level. McMaster University has been renowned in the industry for more than 100 years, and is often referred to by its American counterparts and industry as the MIT of Canada.
McMaster University has a world-class Business School: DeGroote School of Business, ranked 88th among the top 100 Business schools in the world, has strong faculty, is especially famous for applied economics, and enjoys a good reputation in the north American Business community, which is hard for other Canadian schools to match.
In 2016, SBM established a cooperative relationship with DeGroote School of Business of McMaster University. At present, the exchange program is open to undergraduate students of SISU, and is the international exchange program for outstanding undergraduate students of SBM.
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Founded in 1477, Uppsala University is the oldest university in Sweden and the first University in northern Europe. It has long been known as the university of Cambridge in Sweden, witness to the US-Soviet nuclear race and other titles. The university has 6,000 faculty members and 40,000 students, including about 3,500 international students from more than 50 countries. Meanwhile, The research work of the university is distributed in nine colleges of three major disciplines: theology, law, humanities, social sciences, language, education, medicine, pharmacy and science and technology.
Uppsala University ranks 63rd in the 2017 Academic Ranking of World Universities and 112th in QS World rankings and 86th in Times Higher Education.
In 2011, SBM established a cooperative relationship with Uppsala University and it is open to master programs in business and economics.
For more about Uppsala University please visit: http://www.uu.se/en
Baruch College, City University of New York
Baruch College, City University of New York, founded in 1847 in Manhattan, New York, is one of the earliest public universities in the United States. Baruch College has three schools: Zicklin School of Business, Weissman School of Arts and Sciences, and Marxe School of Public and International Affairs.
Zicklin School of Business is one of the largest business schools in the U.S. and also one of the earliest to be accredited by AACSB, offering bachelor, master and doctor degrees. The school is adjacent to Wall Street, the financial center of the United States, and enjoys unique geographical advantages. Many Zicklin's graduates have entered U.S. top investment Banks and financial companies. Its Master in Financial Engineering (MFE) program is praised as one of the top metalworking programs in the United States. In 2017, it was ranked first in QuantNet together with MCF of Carnegie Mellon University. In 2018, it was named by Forbes as the most valuable school in the U.S.
In November 2016, SISU and Baruch College jointly established the Baruch Confucius Institute for international finance in New York, which has set up a solid and broad platform for bilateral cooperation. At present, the cooperation program between our school and Zicklin School of Business include double major degree in master of science in finance and master of science in marketing with concentration in digital marketing.