Fujen Partnership

Fu Jen 4+1 Partnership

On June 13th, 2014, University of Dallas (UD) President Thomas Keefe and Dr. Michael Tian-Shyug Lee, Dean of the College of Management Fu Jen Catholic University (FJCM), signed an agreement on the Four Plus One Partnership. Under the agreement, students of FJCM may take a number of graduate-level courses during their senior year that will transfer into UD's MBA or MS programs in the Satish & Yasmin Gupta College of Business. Upon graduation, students who have successfully satisfied the UD requirements may complete their degree at UD in one additional year.  This UD partnership with Fu Jen, which is also accredited by AACSB, is an exciting way for students to have a global business experience.

Requirements for Admission:

General Admission Information

English Proficiency: 
TOEFL (80+), IELTS (6.5+), PTE Academic (67) or MELAB (80) scores 

Attending on F1 Visa

Attending on All Other Visas

 

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