Shanghai International MBA (SIMBA) is a Sino-Foreign MBA programme jointly set up by Tongji University in Shanghai and the ENPC in Paris.
SIMBA is ranked the 39th EMBA programme by Financial Times in 2010, and is the first Joint-International-MBA in all Asia to be accredited by AMBA in 2005. SIMBA again ranked as the 2nd Most Influential Sino-Foreign MBA Programmes in China in 2010.
SIMBA is accredited by the Office of Academic Degrees Committee of the State Council in China and the Ministry of Education in China.
Two-thirds 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 percent from foreign-invested companies or over 60 percent from 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.