EDHEC Business School is proud to announce a new academic partnership with Tsinghua University in China

EDHEC has signed an academic exchange agreement on behalf of its Master in Management programme with the School of Economics and Management, Tsinghua University (Tsinghua SEM) in Beijing, China

Written on 18 November 2019.


The exchange agreement applies to the Master’s programmes of both institutions. Founded in 1911, Tsinghua University has 20 schools and 58 departments, including faculties of Science, Engineering, Economics, Business, Human Sciences, Law, Medicine, History and Philosophy.

This university is ranked 43rd globally according to the 2019 ARWU Shanghai Ranking and considered the 3rd best university in Asia.

This partnership will enable students in the first year of EDHEC’s Master in Management programme, Business Management track, to participate in an academic exchange in Beijing in their second semester, while students from Tsinghua SEM can join EDHEC’s Master’s programme in Lille or in Nice.

According to Richard Perrin, Associate Dean for International Relations at EDHEC Business School, “This new agreement gives our students another opportunity for an exceptional study abroad experience in China, a destination in increasing demand”.

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