A Trustworthy China MBA ranking


For those who looks for a trustworthy MBA ranking in China, if you can read Chinese, go check:

http://www.sino-manager.com/NewsShow.aspx?PostID=742

Sino manager has published MBA rankings since 2004. 2008 ranking is the third year.
For those who looks for a trustworthy MBA ranking in China, if you can read Chinese, go check:

http://www.sino-manager.com/NewsShow.aspx?PostID=742

Sino manager has published MBA rankings since 2004. 2008 ranking is the third year.
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atxind
Is there any chance you wold be willing to translate this? At least the list of school names in order? It would be a really helpful resource for all of us that don't read Chinese!
Is there any chance you wold be willing to translate this? At least the list of school names in order? It would be a really helpful resource for all of us that don't read Chinese!
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bianca
There's a more updated link herer:
http://www.sino-manager.com/zt/2010mba/

For translation check here:
http://translate.google.com/translate?js=n&prev=_t&hl=en&ie=UTF-8&layout=2&eotf=1&sl=zh-CN&tl=en&u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.sino-manager.com%2Fzt%2F2010mba%2F

1: Tsinghua University
1: CEIBS
3: Beijing University Guanghua
4: Jiao Tong University
5: Sun Yat Sen University
6: Cheung Kong
7: Fudan University

Basically, if you want to live in Beijing, go to a great university and mingle with North China people, consider Tsinghua or Guanghua.

If you want to live in Shanghai and mingle with East China people, consider Jiao Tong or Fudan.

If you want to live in Guangzhou and mingle with South China people, go to Sun Yat Sen.

If you want to mingle with MNC people, go to Ceibs or Cheung Kong.
There's a more updated link herer:
http://www.sino-manager.com/zt/2010mba/

For translation check here:
http://translate.google.com/translate?js=n&prev=_t&hl=en&ie=UTF-8&layout=2&eotf=1&sl=zh-CN&tl=en&u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.sino-manager.com%2Fzt%2F2010mba%2F

1: Tsinghua University
1: CEIBS
3: Beijing University Guanghua
4: Jiao Tong University
5: Sun Yat Sen University
6: Cheung Kong
7: Fudan University

Basically, if you want to live in Beijing, go to a great university and mingle with North China people, consider Tsinghua or Guanghua.

If you want to live in Shanghai and mingle with East China people, consider Jiao Tong or Fudan.

If you want to live in Guangzhou and mingle with South China people, go to Sun Yat Sen.

If you want to mingle with MNC people, go to Ceibs or Cheung Kong.
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ralph

1: Tsinghua University
1: CEIBS
3: Beijing University Guanghua
4: Jiao Tong University
5: Sun Yat Sen University
6: Cheung Kong
7: Fudan University


This is a pretty good list for the mainland, but I would include some Hong Kong schools as well: HKU, CUHK and others - especially if you're considering working in that city.

Other mainland schools to consider as well: Peking University and Rutgers (although the latter is a Western school, it has been there since 1994 and is fully integrated into the society there. More here:

http://www.find-mba.com/article/402/mba-programs-in-emerging-markets-china-and-hong-kong
<blockquote>
1: Tsinghua University
1: CEIBS
3: Beijing University Guanghua
4: Jiao Tong University
5: Sun Yat Sen University
6: Cheung Kong
7: Fudan University
</blockquote>

This is a pretty good list for the mainland, but I would include some Hong Kong schools as well: HKU, CUHK and others - especially if you're considering working in that city.

Other mainland schools to consider as well: Peking University and Rutgers (although the latter is a Western school, it has been there since 1994 and is fully integrated into the society there. More here:

http://www.find-mba.com/article/402/mba-programs-in-emerging-markets-china-and-hong-kong
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We Chinese don't refer to this ranking. It's rediculous. Different types of programs are on the same platform. And some very good schools missing.
We Chinese don't refer to this ranking. It's rediculous. Different types of programs are on the same platform. And some very good schools missing.
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I think it depends whether you want to focus on business or finance during your MBA. SAIF is great for finance, and they just launched a scholarship for non-Chinese students.
I think it depends whether you want to focus on business or finance during your MBA. SAIF is great for finance, and they just launched a scholarship for non-Chinese students.
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ralph
SAIF is great for finance, and they just launched a scholarship for non-Chinese students.

This school looks sketchy. I'd say that if you're looking for a finance-based MBA in China, stick to the more reputable names on the mainland (CEIBS or Tsinghua,) or in Hong Kong (HKU or CUHK.)
<blockquote>SAIF is great for finance, and they just launched a scholarship for non-Chinese students. </blockquote>
This school looks sketchy. I'd say that if you're looking for a finance-based MBA in China, stick to the more reputable names on the mainland (CEIBS or Tsinghua,) or in Hong Kong (HKU or CUHK.)
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Malia
SAIF is part of Shanghai Jiao Tong University, which is widely known for its annual Academic Ranking of World Universities. It's also "one of the oldest and most prestigious universities in China" according to wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shanghai_Jiao_Tong_University#Academic_Ranking_of_World_Universities

It's also in the official list of AACSB accredited business schools:
https://www.aacsb.net/eweb/DynamicPage.aspx?Site=AACSB&WebKey=ED088FF2-979E-48C6-B104-33768F1DE01D

However, I'm not sure, whether the AACSB accreditation includes SAIF or just the Antai College of Economics and Management: http://www.aacsb.edu/media/releases/2011/accreditation_shanghai_jiao_tong.asp
SAIF is part of Shanghai Jiao Tong University, which is widely known for its annual Academic Ranking of World Universities. It's also "one of the oldest and most prestigious universities in China" according to wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shanghai_Jiao_Tong_University#Academic_Ranking_of_World_Universities

It's also in the official list of AACSB accredited business schools:
https://www.aacsb.net/eweb/DynamicPage.aspx?Site=AACSB&WebKey=ED088FF2-979E-48C6-B104-33768F1DE01D

However, I'm not sure, whether the AACSB accreditation includes SAIF or just the Antai College of Economics and Management: http://www.aacsb.edu/media/releases/2011/accreditation_shanghai_jiao_tong.asp
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ralph
SAIF is part of Shanghai Jiao Tong University, which is widely known for its annual Academic Ranking of World Universities.

It could be part of a prestigious institution and still lack credibility.

It's also in the official list of AACSB accredited business schools:


That AACSB accreditation does not apply to SAIF - only to Antai. Antai is a well-respected institution with a reputable history and accreditation (it's triple-accredited, mind you) - although it mainly caters to Chinese nationals.

SAIF, on the other hand, is brand new (the program is only a year old,) and is directed at international students - and furthermore, there is only a shallow overlap in talent and curriculum with Antai. This, to me, feels a little sketchy, sort of like the school is trying to take advantage of a huge market of international students without offering any of its huge resources and credibility.

Don't get me wrong, SAIF could build a reputation and garner more credibility eventually (especially if they are able to use Antai's resources,) but right now I don't trust it - and there are definitely better finance programs elsewhere in China.
<blockquote>SAIF is part of Shanghai Jiao Tong University, which is widely known for its annual Academic Ranking of World Universities.</blockquote>
It could be part of a prestigious institution and still lack credibility.

<blockquote>It's also in the official list of AACSB accredited business schools: </blockquote>

That AACSB accreditation does not apply to SAIF - only to Antai. Antai is a well-respected institution with a reputable history and accreditation (it's triple-accredited, mind you) - although it mainly caters to Chinese nationals.

SAIF, on the other hand, is brand new (the program is only a year old,) and is directed at international students - and furthermore, there is only a shallow overlap in talent and curriculum with Antai. This, to me, feels a little sketchy, sort of like the school is trying to take advantage of a huge market of international students without offering any of its huge resources and credibility.

Don't get me wrong, SAIF could build a reputation and garner more credibility eventually (especially if they are able to use Antai's resources,) but right now I don't trust it - and there are definitely better finance programs elsewhere in China.
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ckgsbstu
Keep away from CKGSB.As an alumni of this institution I would recommend others to keep away from this college.It is not in any ranking and the fulltime degree is actually a part time.No company is aware of CKGSB MBA program .
Keep away from CKGSB.As an alumni of this institution I would recommend others to keep away from this college.It is not in any ranking and the fulltime degree is actually a part time.No company is aware of CKGSB MBA program .
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ezra
Keep away from CKGSB.As an alumni of this institution I would recommend others to keep away from this college.It is not in any ranking and the fulltime degree is actually a part time.No company is aware of CKGSB MBA program .

Care to elaborate?

I think it's got a better reputation among Chinese and other Asian recruiters than those in the west. But the school is gaining traction in the rest of the world: Forbes called its EMBA program the "best value" in China. And I'm pretty sure it will get its AACSB accreditation soon, they've been pursuing it for a while now.
<blockquote>Keep away from CKGSB.As an alumni of this institution I would recommend others to keep away from this college.It is not in any ranking and the fulltime degree is actually a part time.No company is aware of CKGSB MBA program .</blockquote>
Care to elaborate?

I think it's got a better reputation among Chinese and other Asian recruiters than those in the west. But the school is gaining traction in the rest of the world: Forbes called its EMBA program the "best value" in China. And I'm pretty sure it will get its AACSB accreditation soon, they've been pursuing it for a while now.
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ckgsbstu
The Emba is wat ckgsb is known fOr.the accreditation is something they have Pursuing for a long time.all this the freaks were saying theirs is a new generation business school,so they needn't go for the ranking or the accreditation.
During recruitment season the school doesn't go to the big mnc's as other schools,the reason nobody knowsabout the school.
The Emba is wat ckgsb is known fOr.the accreditation is something they have Pursuing for a long time.all this the freaks were saying theirs is a new generation business school,so they needn't go for the ranking or the accreditation.
During recruitment season the school doesn't go to the big mnc's as other schools,the reason nobody knowsabout the school.
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ezra
all this the freaks were saying theirs is a new generation business school,so they needn't go for the ranking or the accreditation.

Hmm. Thinking about it, this actually makes a bit of sense. I mean, the three major accreditation organizations are all western institutions - and their standards on schools in a developing business school scene might be seen as an imposition, especially if some programs are doing fine without them.

Seems to me this calls for an Asian (or at least China-based) accreditation system that makes sense for schools there.
<blockquote>all this the freaks were saying theirs is a new generation business school,so they needn't go for the ranking or the accreditation.</blockquote>
Hmm. Thinking about it, this actually makes a bit of sense. I mean, the three major accreditation organizations are all western institutions - and their standards on schools in a developing business school scene might be seen as an imposition, especially if some programs are doing fine without them.

Seems to me this calls for an Asian (or at least China-based) accreditation system that makes sense for schools there.
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