School of Business
Today's Business School
The School of Business, Nanjing University (NJUBS) traces its history back to the Business Section of the Sanjiang Normal College, which was founded in 1902. In the realignment of the departments of Chinese universities in 1952, economics and management at Nanjing University were moved to other universities. But in 1978, the university reestablished the Department of Economics and in 1986 reestablished the Department of Business Management. In1988, these two departments merged and became NJUBS.
Since its establishment, NJUBS has gradually developed a coordinated and multi-disciplinary body. Today, it has two schools. The School of Economics consists of 4 departments: Economics, International Economics and Trade, Finance and Insurance, and Industrial Economics. Similarly, the School of Management has 4 departments: Business Administration, Accounting, Marketing and E-commerce, and Human Resource Management.
In addition, NJUBS has set up many research institutes, including:
Population Research Institute
Research Institute of Econometrics and Technological Economics
Research Center for Investment and Finance
Marketing Research and Consulting Center
Research Institute of Enterprise Strategy
Research and Learning Center for Finance and Accounting of Jiangsu
Research Center for Real Estate Information
Bankee P. Kwan Institute of International Financial Management
Research Institute of International Economics
Corporate and Security Research Center
Human Resource Strategy Research Institute.
NJUBS provides 11 undergraduate programs, 17 postgraduate programs (including six professional degrees: MBA, EMBA, MPAcc, International Business, Auditing, and Finance), three doctoral programs in the first-level discipline (Business Administration, Theoretical Economics, and Applied Economics), 12 doctoral concentrations, three post-doctoral stations (Business Administration, Theoretical Economics, and Applied Economics), two national key disciplines (Political Economics and Business Administration), one key discipline especially funded by the state (World Economics), one national economics talent training base (Economics), one key research base of the humanities and social sciences of the Ministry of Education (Yangzi River Delta Economics and Social Development Research Center of Nanjing University).
NJUBS has a faculty of high academic caliber. Currently, there are over 200 faculty and staff, including 71 professors (50 Ph.D. Supervisors) and 55 associate professors. Among them, 6 are designated as Changjiang Scholarship Professors; 3 are Guest Professors of Changjiang Scholar, 3 have been awarded titles of the National Famous Teacher; 1 has been conferred the title of the National Outstanding Young Expert; 3 are listed in the One-hundred plus One-thousand plus Ten-thousand Talent Project of the Ministry of Personnel; 2 are included in the Trans-Century Excellent Talents Program of the Ministry of Education; and 13 professors have obtained the New Century Excellent Talents Project Fund of the Ministry of Education. About 83 percent of faculty members have doctoral degrees.
NJUBS enrolls over 5,500 students, with more than 1,700 undergraduate students and about 3,600 graduate students (including those studying for their MBA, EMBA and MPAcc).
NJUBS has developed its learning and teaching infrastructure, with well equipped classrooms, offices, meeting rooms, case discussion rooms, simulation rooms, and libraries. Such infrastructure lays down a solid foundation for its continuous development.
NJUBS has long been committed to creating new business knowledge, to developing students’ talent, and to leading future society. It is a comprehensive business school with two disciplines of economics and management, and serves as both a center of academic research and an influential training base for talents in economics and management. Its faculty and students are united in building a nationwide first-class and world renowned business school.
NJUBS has gradually developed a coordinated and multi-disciplinary structure. NJUBS has a faculty of high academic caliber. NJUBS has become the first Chinese educational institution to venture abroad and has competitive professional programs.
In 2006, the World Executives (Hong Kong) Summit issued the ranking of the Most Influential MBA. NJUBS was ranked the third after the Guanghua Management School of Peking University and the School of Economics and Management of Tsinghua University.
In 2011, NJUBS’s Sino-Dutch EMBA Program was awarded as “EMBA Program with the Highest Leadership Capability in China’s Joint EMBA Program.” It became the three-time winner of this special title after 2003-2005 and 2009-2010.
On June 10th, 2013, NJUBS was accredited by the Association of Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), the best-known international association in business education, making it the eighth accredited institution in mainland China.
NJUBS enjoys strong academic and research capabilities. From 2010 to 2014, it undertook 83 projects sponsored by the National Natural Science Foundation, 19 sponsored by the National Social Science Foundation, and 22 from the Ministry of Education Foundation.
It published 159 monographs and translated works, 164 papers in SSCI and SCI, 44 papers in EI/STP/ CPCI, and 1,457 papers in top tier and core journals. It also received 51 provincial and national awards.
International Exchange and Collaboration
NJUBS is devoted to strengthening academic exchange and cooperation with international universities and has a thriving international outreach and partnership program. It has built successful relationships with academic institutions such as Cornell University, the University of Southern California, the University of Nebraska, the University of Missouri, Brigham Young University, Johns Hopkins University, the University of Sydney, Monash University, the Maastricht School of Management (Netherlands), Cambridge University, Leeds University, National University of Singapore, and Nanyang Technological University of Singapore.
NJUBS has actively pursued an “Inviting in” and “Going out” policy to promote two-way communications and international scholarly exchange. Nobel Prize laureates in economics such as Michael Spence, Joseph Stiglitz, Robert A. Mundell, and many other internationally renowned scholars have been invited to speak at the school. To enhance the faculty’s international vision, the school selects, sends and supports faculty for training at Harvard University, Cornell University and other universities.
NJUBS has organized several international conferences to promote its internationalization. For eight times since 1992, it has hosted the International Symposium on Multinational Business Management.
Address: Anzhong Building, Business School, Nanjing University
22 Hankou Road, Nanjing.
For more information visit the school's website.