MBA in Asia


lupo7
Hi..I'm korean guy applying biz school in HK and Singapore.

I'm planning to apply for HKUST, NUS, NTU

Is there anybody who knows about Nanyang MBA.
Hi..I'm korean guy applying biz school in HK and Singapore.

I'm planning to apply for HKUST, NUS, NTU

Is there anybody who knows about Nanyang MBA.
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ramdi
Hi..I'm korean guy applying biz school in HK and Singapore.

I'm planning to apply for HKUST, NUS, NTU

Is there anybody who knows about Nanyang MBA.


Nanyang MBA is decent enough but slightly less favoured than NUS MBA in the Singapore market. However, if you are really interested in Singapore, my order will be -
1. NUS
2. NTU
3. SMU

However, HKUST is better than all three above especially if you are more interested in Greater China or want to specialize in finance.
<blockquote>Hi..I'm korean guy applying biz school in HK and Singapore.

I'm planning to apply for HKUST, NUS, NTU

Is there anybody who knows about Nanyang MBA.</blockquote>

Nanyang MBA is decent enough but slightly less favoured than NUS MBA in the Singapore market. However, if you are really interested in Singapore, my order will be -
1. NUS
2. NTU
3. SMU

However, HKUST is better than all three above especially if you are more interested in Greater China or want to specialize in finance.
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Legend007
hi can anyone help me out from the delimma im into. Actually im looking for pursuing mba (global) Which exams i need to give. Im from India n have given only CAT n XAT. I do have 18 months of rich experience. Any inputs will be highly appreciated.
Thanks
hi can anyone help me out from the delimma im into. Actually im looking for pursuing mba (global) Which exams i need to give. Im from India n have given only CAT n XAT. I do have 18 months of rich experience. Any inputs will be highly appreciated.
Thanks
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Legend007,

Normally B-Schools ask for standarized tests such as:
GMAT
TOEFL (for non native English or degree outside English speaking countries).
Legend007,

Normally B-Schools ask for standarized tests such as:
GMAT
TOEFL (for non native English or degree outside English speaking countries).


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madhu
Legend007,

Normally B-Schools ask for standarized tests such as:
GMAT
TOEFL (for non native English or degree outside English speaking countries).




must read for someone thinking of going to bschool in Asia.

http://onwardtomba.blogspot.com/2008/02/financial-times-ft-2008-mba-ranking.html
<blockquote>Legend007,

Normally B-Schools ask for standarized tests such as:
GMAT
TOEFL (for non native English or degree outside English speaking countries).


</blockquote>

must read for someone thinking of going to bschool in Asia.

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

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Thomas
Hi,

As a European who want to study for an MBA in Asia, you should consider the MBA schools in terms of their international ranking by reputable publishers such as EIU or Financial Times.

If you are coming from Spain, you probably would have heard of INSEAD and University of St Gallen in Switzerland. INSEAD has a campus in Singapore and it offers very good programme. You would probably be meeting many European students there because many of them do at least one term in Singapore during their MBA study.

University of St Gallen has a joint programme with Nanyang Technolgoical University (NTU) in Singapore. The double degree programme is highly recognized in both Asia and Europe, and the cost of the double degree is significantly lower than a normal MBA programme in top schools.

Finally, you might also consider CEIBS in China. This is the best schools in China and you can experience the Chinese culture more easily which could be essential for your future career if you intend to work in China upon your completion of MBA.

Good luck!

Kind regards,
Thomas
Hi,

As a European who want to study for an MBA in Asia, you should consider the MBA schools in terms of their international ranking by reputable publishers such as EIU or Financial Times.

If you are coming from Spain, you probably would have heard of INSEAD and University of St Gallen in Switzerland. INSEAD has a campus in Singapore and it offers very good programme. You would probably be meeting many European students there because many of them do at least one term in Singapore during their MBA study.

University of St Gallen has a joint programme with Nanyang Technolgoical University (NTU) in Singapore. The double degree programme is highly recognized in both Asia and Europe, and the cost of the double degree is significantly lower than a normal MBA programme in top schools.

Finally, you might also consider CEIBS in China. This is the best schools in China and you can experience the Chinese culture more easily which could be essential for your future career if you intend to work in China upon your completion of MBA.

Good luck!

Kind regards,
Thomas
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grossman
I think you should consider Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business for the following reasons:

1. They have the most powerful alumni in China. Almost all of the best companies have their senior management educated in CKGSB. great network

2. They have the best faculty in China. Almost all of their faculties held tenue at top business schools in Wharton, Yale, Columbia, UCLA, NYU, Kellogg, Carnegie Mellon, U of Minnesota, Darden, UCSD, UC Berkeley and so on. They are able to attract top talent as they are backed by HK tycoon, Li Kashing. Recently, they hired three professors with endowed chairs from Columbia U, U of Michigan and Carnegie Mellon U

3. They got the best jobs. many of the MBA students establish deep ties with the more senior EMBAs and it helps them to get jobs in private enterprises which is the best growing economy in China
I think you should consider Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business for the following reasons:

1. They have the most powerful alumni in China. Almost all of the best companies have their senior management educated in CKGSB. great network

2. They have the best faculty in China. Almost all of their faculties held tenue at top business schools in Wharton, Yale, Columbia, UCLA, NYU, Kellogg, Carnegie Mellon, U of Minnesota, Darden, UCSD, UC Berkeley and so on. They are able to attract top talent as they are backed by HK tycoon, Li Kashing. Recently, they hired three professors with endowed chairs from Columbia U, U of Michigan and Carnegie Mellon U

3. They got the best jobs. many of the MBA students establish deep ties with the more senior EMBAs and it helps them to get jobs in private enterprises which is the best growing economy in China
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There are some very good programs I can only advise. Take Insead in Singapore, and you can be sure the crowd is international. But depends as well where you intend to work afterwards.


Like Kate said, INSEAD in Singapore is one of the top institutions, but it wouldn't make sense for you to come all the way to Singapore to study because they've a campus in France. If you're in Singapore, I would highly recommend that you apply to study in the local universities here - NTU, NUS, and SMU - all of this institutions are internationally recognized and reputable. In Singapore, having an MBA degree from these universities is considered to be prestigious and it gets you employment in government organisations, government owned companies, MNCs with local offices.
<blockquote>There are some very good programs I can only advise. Take Insead in Singapore, and you can be sure the crowd is international. But depends as well where you intend to work afterwards.</blockquote>

Like Kate said, INSEAD in Singapore is one of the top institutions, but it wouldn't make sense for you to come all the way to Singapore to study because they've a campus in France. If you're in Singapore, I would highly recommend that you apply to study in the local universities here - NTU, NUS, and SMU - all of this institutions are internationally recognized and reputable. In Singapore, having an MBA degree from these universities is considered to be prestigious and it gets you employment in government organisations, government owned companies, MNCs with local offices.
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shewta
Thanks for your comments AnalystNYC and globetraveler. What you say about HK BSchools and INSEAD confirms what I've heard before, and read in the different threads on this board.

Still, I'd like to come back to my question above: Who can give me some information about top programs in India and Philippines?
I presume that in both countries BSchools, even the best ones, are not of equal high level as as HKUST. But I'd be keen to get a clearer picture!

Thhanks for your help.



In india there are two school those are in top 20(world known)
IIM-A
indian school of business

but booking seat in these two is not evryone's cup of tea

although there are many other reputed school but they are only recognised in asia.
<blockquote>Thanks for your comments AnalystNYC and globetraveler. What you say about HK BSchools and INSEAD confirms what I've heard before, and read in the different threads on this board.

Still, I'd like to come back to my question above: Who can give me some information about top programs in India and Philippines?
I presume that in both countries BSchools, even the best ones, are not of equal high level as as HKUST. But I'd be keen to get a clearer picture!

Thhanks for your help.</blockquote>


In india there are two school those are in top 20(world known)
IIM-A
indian school of business

but booking seat in these two is not evryone's cup of tea

although there are many other reputed school but they are only recognised in asia.
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yog55
Hello, I'm from Spain and I want to do an MBA in an Asian country, and I was wondering if (good) Asian prog. attract an international crowd as students like the European ones, or if they are more regional. Anyone knows how is the composition of classes, if I might might even be the only European student?


I think University of Technology and Management is the best option for you. UTM offer lots of MBA courses in different fields. You can find the information on website of UTM.

Ravi
utm.ac.in
<blockquote>Hello, I'm from Spain and I want to do an MBA in an Asian country, and I was wondering if (good) Asian prog. attract an international crowd as students like the European ones, or if they are more regional. Anyone knows how is the composition of classes, if I might might even be the only European student?</blockquote>

I think University of Technology and Management is the best option for you. UTM offer lots of MBA courses in different fields. You can find the information on website of UTM.

Ravi
utm.ac.in
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Duncan
Ravi, you didn't answer his question!
Ravi, you didn't answer his question!
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Hello, I'm from Spain and I want to do an MBA in an Asian country, and I was wondering if (good) Asian prog. attract an international crowd as students like the European ones, or if they are more regional. Anyone knows how is the composition of classes, if I might might even be the only European student?


May I suggest you to check out UBC IMBA program in Shanghai. Its a part-time international MBA program by UBC Sauder School of Business in Canada. Check it out.
<blockquote>Hello, I'm from Spain and I want to do an MBA in an Asian country, and I was wondering if (good) Asian prog. attract an international crowd as students like the European ones, or if they are more regional. Anyone knows how is the composition of classes, if I might might even be the only European student?</blockquote>

May I suggest you to check out UBC IMBA program in Shanghai. Its a part-time international MBA program by UBC Sauder School of Business in Canada. Check it out.
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