Nanjing University Business School

Nanjing University Business School (NUBS, Chinese:南京大學商學院, Hanyu Pinyin: Nánjīng Dàxué Shāngxuéyuàn, colloquially 南大商學院, Nándà Shāngxuéyuàn) is the school of business of Nanjing University, which founded the first professional Chinese university business school. NUBS's disciplinary areas consist of economics and management.

According to the report released in 2009 on class 1 disciplines overall level evaluation during 2007~2009 by China Academic Degree & Graduate Education Development Center of The Ministry of Education, NUBS ranks within top 5 nationwide in both theoretical economics and business management, while business management ranks No.1 in southern China.

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