Fudan, literally meaning "(heavenly light shines) day after day," is derived from Shangshu Dazhuan, the hermeneutic version of the earliest historical book in China. The name signifies Fudan University's perpetual pursuit of excellence since the moment of its foundation. Education, as a promising and sustainable cause, requires our unremitting endeavor year after year before any glorious goal can be achieved. For more than one hundred years, generations of Fudan people have kept such a belief, and commitment, which led to the university's brilliance and glory, and cast upon the university's brand its spiritual core and cultural basis.
Since its reestablishment in 1985, School of Management at Fudan University has grown along with the historic process of reform and opening-up in China. Driven by our school's noble mission of "setting roots in China in its progress, dedicating itself to innovative research, and cultivating academic specialists, business elites, and social leaders with global perspectives and local insights," all the faculty and staff at School of Management at Fudan University have spared no effort to not only enhance our teaching and research competences in an all-round manner but also cultivate large numbers of outstanding management talent for China's more prosperous economic development in the future.