HONG KONG UST - #1 IN ASIA..


madhu

in my searches for #1 school in Asia I find Hong Kong UST to be the top/#1 school. Can someone comment on my research?

And, how hard is it to get in for an Indian? I want to work outside of India.

in my searches for #1 school in Asia I find Hong Kong UST to be the top/#1 school. Can someone comment on my research?

And, how hard is it to get in for an Indian? I want to work outside of India.
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copernicus

in my searches for #1 school in Asia I find Hong Kong UST to be the top/#1 school. Can someone comment on my research?

And, how hard is it to get in for an Indian? I want to work outside of India.


since you will be up against top local competition, it will be tough, but thats the case at all top schools in the world.

<blockquote>in my searches for #1 school in Asia I find Hong Kong UST to be the top/#1 school. Can someone comment on my research?

And, how hard is it to get in for an Indian? I want to work outside of India. </blockquote>

since you will be up against top local competition, it will be tough, but thats the case at all top schools in the world.

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Kate_hk

Not only that - you'll compete with top international candidates, HKUST being seen as offering the best MBA in in the region, in terms of quality and international reputation.

I don't think that the fact you are Indian plays so much a role. In the end everything comes down to your personal profile, that's what will be judged in the admission procedure.

Not only that - you'll compete with top international candidates, HKUST being seen as offering the best MBA in in the region, in terms of quality and international reputation.

I don't think that the fact you are Indian plays so much a role. In the end everything comes down to your personal profile, that's what will be judged in the admission procedure.
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Not only that - you'll compete with top international candidates, HKUST being seen as offering the best MBA in in the region, in terms of quality and international reputation.

I don't think that the fact you are Indian plays so much a role. In the end everything comes down to your personal profile, that's what will be judged in the admission procedure.


Hong Kong UST is tough to get into because the intake is under 100 students, so selection is very rigorous, but exactly that fact ,together with the premier Asia Finance image, make it to be such a prestigious Business School.

<blockquote>Not only that - you'll compete with top international candidates, HKUST being seen as offering the best MBA in in the region, in terms of quality and international reputation.

I don't think that the fact you are Indian plays so much a role. In the end everything comes down to your personal profile, that's what will be judged in the admission procedure.</blockquote>

Hong Kong UST is tough to get into because the intake is under 100 students, so selection is very rigorous, but exactly that fact ,together with the premier Asia Finance image, make it to be such a prestigious Business School.

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AnalystNYC

Not only that - you'll compete with top international candidates, HKUST being seen as offering the best MBA in in the region, in terms of quality and international reputation.

I don't think that the fact you are Indian plays so much a role. In the end everything comes down to your personal profile, that's what will be judged in the admission procedure.


Hong Kong UST is tough to get into because the intake is under 100 students, so selection is very rigorous, but exactly that fact ,together with the premier Asia Finance image, make it to be such a prestigious Business School.



Of course its tough getting in, but one has to try to succeed! how much does it cost to send an application...

<blockquote><blockquote>Not only that - you'll compete with top international candidates, HKUST being seen as offering the best MBA in in the region, in terms of quality and international reputation.

I don't think that the fact you are Indian plays so much a role. In the end everything comes down to your personal profile, that's what will be judged in the admission procedure.</blockquote>

Hong Kong UST is tough to get into because the intake is under 100 students, so selection is very rigorous, but exactly that fact ,together with the premier Asia Finance image, make it to be such a prestigious Business School.

</blockquote>

Of course its tough getting in, but one has to try to succeed! how much does it cost to send an application...
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Kate_hk

Hey guys, isn't it always difficult to get into the good MBAs? that's part of the game I'd say

Hey guys, isn't it always difficult to get into the good MBAs? that's part of the game I'd say
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copernicus

in my humble opinion Hong Kong UST is by far the best MBA in Asia, Finance/Accounting faculty is excellent and could easily compete with the top schools in the US.

in my humble opinion Hong Kong UST is by far the best MBA in Asia, Finance/Accounting faculty is excellent and could easily compete with the top schools in the US.
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shawn.hk

anyone else out there, with hands on Hong Kong UST experience?

anyone else out there, with hands on Hong Kong UST experience?
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Langham

HKUST is No. 1 in Asia, only EMBA, but not MBA
CEIBS is the No. 1 in Asia.

HKUST is No. 1 in Asia, only EMBA, but not MBA
CEIBS is the No. 1 in Asia.
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madhu

HKUST is No. 1 in Asia, only EMBA, but not MBA
CEIBS is the No. 1 in Asia.


wrong.
look behind in #s in FT ranking and you will realize that oustide of HKUSt there are also other b-schools in asia better than the one you mentioned.

<blockquote>HKUST is No. 1 in Asia, only EMBA, but not MBA
CEIBS is the No. 1 in Asia.</blockquote>

wrong.
look behind in #s in FT ranking and you will realize that oustide of HKUSt there are also other b-schools in asia better than the one you mentioned.
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madhu

http://onwardtomba.blogspot.com/2008/02/financial-times-ft-2008-mba-ranking.html

excellent blog and a healthy dose of reality for few people here!

http://onwardtomba.blogspot.com/2008/02/financial-times-ft-2008-mba-ranking.html

excellent blog and a healthy dose of reality for few people here!
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lukeh

Wow, that really is pretty good. A lot more serious than some blogs, but no worse for it.

Wow, that really is pretty good. A lot more serious than some blogs, but no worse for it.
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madhu

Wow, that really is pretty good. A lot more serious than some blogs, but no worse for it.


yes it is. thats why i stand by my statement that HKUST is #1 in Asia as they do not get any adjustments and still make top 20 not only in FT but Economist as well.

<blockquote>Wow, that really is pretty good. A lot more serious than some blogs, but no worse for it. </blockquote>

yes it is. thats why i stand by my statement that HKUST is #1 in Asia as they do not get any adjustments and still make top 20 not only in FT but Economist as well.


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can somebody help me out with more information on the ranking of CEIBS and hoe are their placements

can somebody help me out with more information on the ranking of CEIBS and hoe are their placements
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