NUS Business School has been ranked second among Asian business schools and 16th globally in the latest Financial Times ranking of customised Executive Education (EE) programmes. It is also the only Singaporean university ranked for customised EE programmes.
The customised rankings are based on responses from client companies, as well as data from schools. The FT’s corporate survey gauges the quality of the design of the programmes, the quality of the faculty and whether the programmes provide value for money.
Among open-enrolment programmes, NUS Business School is ranked 64th, and was among the top 20 globally for faculty diversity and the mix of international participants. Again, it is the only Singaporean business school ranked.
Over the past 34 years, the School’s EE programmes have attracted over 36,000 participants from around Asia and the world. We are the pioneer and only provider of open enrolment Mandarin EE programmes outside mainland China and Taiwan, with 92 runs of its Mandarin General Management Programme since 1982. The School’s alliance with Stanford Graduate School of Business, for the Stanford-NUS Executive Programme in International Management is now into its 34th year.
The Economist’s EMBA Ranking
Meanwhile, our NUS – UCLA EMBA programme has been ranked fourth globally, while the School’s Asia Pacific Executive Master of Business Administration (APEX MBA) programme has leapt 14 places to 29th in The Economist’s biennial EMBA Ranking.
NUS Business School is again one of only two Asian institutions, and the only Singapore university, to have made it to The Economist’s EMBA Ranking since it was launched in 2013.
“We are delighted with our strong performance in the Financial Times and Economist rankings. Having our programmes ranked among the world’s best is an illustration of how far NUS Business School has come since it was established 50 years ago, with the contributions of our alumni and students now felt globally. We will continue to stay close to the needs of industry, imbue in our students a holistic view of leadership, and develop future-ready leaders as well as impact knowledge,” said Professor Bernard Yeung, Dean and Stephen Riady Distinguished Professor.
Americaeconomia Best Business Schools for Latin Americans in 2015
NUS Business School ranks #26 (up by eight spots from #34th last year) in the latest Amerciaeconomia ranking of Best Business Schools for Latin Americans.
The yearly rankings by the leading publication in Latin America calls on the best schools in global rankings to participate in a survey oriented exclusively for Latin Americans. With various indicators such as number of Latino students, salaries of graduating students and most common teaching methods, the ranking profiles schools most popular among the Latin Americans.
NUS Business School is one among the only two universities featured in the ranking, the other being Shanghai University (ranked #13).