SIMBA is a Sino-Foreign MBA programme jointly set up by Tongji University in Shanghai and the ENPC MBA in Paris.
SIMBA is ranked the top 34th EMBA by Financial Times in 2009, and is the first Joint-International-MBA in all Asia to be AMBA accredited. SIMBA again ranked the 2nd among the 2009 Most Influential Sino-Foreign MBA Programmes in China.
SIMBA is a joint programme set up by Tongji University and ENPC with the aim to train internationally focused corporate managers. It is recognized by the Academic Degrees Committee of the State Council and National Ministry of Education. SIMBA is a main project under the framework of “Sino-French Institute of Engineering and Management”. It is designed to train the next generation of business leaders by the School of Economics and Management of Tongji University and ENPC MBA.
SIMBA is accredited by the Office of Academic Degrees Committee of the State Council in China and the Ministry of Education in China.
2/3 of the professors teaching at SIMBA belong to the ENPC MBA International Faculty Network. They are experienced professors from world leading business schools.
SIMBA has an excellent alumni network, 90% of them are from foreign-invested companies and over 60% of them worked in Fortune 500 companies.
SIMBA is a programme set up within IFCIM ( the French-Chinese Institute of Engineering and Management ) which is founded by Air France, Alcatel, Alstom, Total Fina Elf, Bouygues Group, EDF, Michelin, Suez Group, China Construction Bank Shanghai Branch, Shanghai Construction Group, Shanghai Metro Construction Corporation Ltd., SINOPEC Shanghai Petro-Chemical Corporation, Shanghai Telecom Corporation and Shanghai Zhangjiang Hi-Tech Park Development Company.
Tongji University : An Elite Chinese Technological University
TONGJI University is a key university directly under the State Education Ministry. It was founded in 1907.
Currently, it is a multi-disciplinary university incorporating engineering, science, economics, management, liberal arts and law, with a major emphasis on engineering.TONGJI University was among the first batch to be approved by the State Council to establish the graduate school, and was included in "211" project to be granted with state financial support.
TONGJI University has 17 colleges. At present, TONGJI University offers 81 undergraduate programs, 141 Master's programs, 31 doctoral programs and there are 13 post-doctoral research centres. TONGJI University enrols 50,000 plus students of various levels and employs over 4200 faculty members including 6 members of Chinese Academy of Sciences, 7 of Chinese Academy of Engineering and more than 1830 faculty members with advanced professional titles.
ENPC: A Prestigious French "Grande Ecole"
Founded in 1747 by a decree of French King Louis XV to createa pecific training programme for State engineers, the Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées (literally, the School for Bridges and Highways) is the oldest French "Grande Ecole". It is widely recognized as one of the most prestigious and elite institutions in the field of civil engineering, urban planning, public utilities and environmental development in France. ENPC has close links with European industry and E.U. organizations through its long tradition and through its alumni who have experienced successful careers in both the private and public sectors.
To meet the challenge of the quick-changing global economy faced by engineers, ENPC sethe ENPC School of International Management (ENPC-MBA) in 1988 to train international business decision-makers who have an engineering background. ENPC MBA is the first MBA programme set up in a French elite engineering institute. ENPC MBA is an accredited member of AMBA, an internationally recognized European Accreditation Association for business schools. 33 MBAs in the UK and 16 in Continental Europe are accredited by AMBA.
ENPC is a member of Paris Institute of Technology (ParisTech).
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