Fudan University (Shanghai)

Founded in 1905, Fudan University is one of China’s leading research universities. The university plays a vital role in the cultural, social and economic development of the country. It is growing into a globally influential university that attracts 35,000 students from across China and 150 countries around the world.

LSE and Fudan University officially became institutional partners in December 2016. LSE and Fudan currently have a range of collaborative programmes including a double masters degree in global media and communications, and a Summer Language Programmes.

FudanLibrary 800x450Jiangwan Library, Fudan University, Shanghai.


MSc in Global Media and Communications

LSE offers a unique MSc in Global Media and Communications with Fudan University which gives students an opportunity to study in London and Shanghai, gaining an international perspective on today's media issues.

More information on this programme can be found here and on the Departement of Media and Communications website.

Summer Language Exchange Programme

This is a unique opportunity to study Mandarin intensively in a native environment in one of the most cosmopolitan cities in China. For more information check the language centre's pages