Student Activities
 
EMA Field Trip to SSE on 17th, April, 2015
April 24,2015
EMA Field Trip to SSE on 17th, April, 2015
On 17th, Apr 2015, a field trip was organized for EMA students to Shanghai Stock Exchange (SSE). They were here to learn more about Chinese stock market. The SSE was founded on Nov. 26th, 1990 and in operation on Dec.19th the same year. The SSE bases its development on the principle of 'legislation, supervision, self-regulation and standardization' to create a transparent, open, safe and efficient marketplace.
Undergraduate class of 2014 celebrate their graduation
June 10,2014
Undergraduate class of 2014 celebrate their graduation
On the evening of June 6, the undergraduate class of 2014 from the School of Economics celebrated their graduation with songs, dances, and dramatic sketches. With fond memories of the past four years and expectations of the new life stage ahead, they bade farewell to Fudan, their teachers and friends.
EMA Field Trip on 19th, November 2013
November 25,2013
EMA Field Trip on 19th, November 2013
A field trip was organized for EMA students on 19th, November 2013. The students visited Shanghai General Motors Co.,Ltd and Shanghai Museum and thought it's a wonderful experience.
Long live the friendship between Chinese and Japanese students
November 04,2013
Long live the friendship between Chinese and Japanese students
On the evening of Oct.31, 2013, 1st year Chinese master students of 3-year programs at the school had a get-together dinner party with some Japanese students at a Japanese restaurant called Peach House.
Table Tennis Competition
October 25,2013
Table Tennis Competition
On October 20th, 2013, a friendly table tennis competition was held in Fudan University’s North Gym. More than 40 players from different countries participated in the competition.
EMA Field Trip on 9th, November 2012
March 05,2013
EMA Field Trip on 9th, November 2012
EMA Program offers students with opportunities to gain first –hand understanding of the various issues related to Chinese Economy during the city’s transition to a global economics center.