MBA Rankings Asia


L. Tengku
Can somebody tell me where I can find the best rankings for MBA programs in Asia? I know about the Financial Times, but I am interested in other business schools that are not listed there, such as MBA programs from Malaysia and how they compare to the top schools.
Can somebody tell me where I can find the best rankings for MBA programs in Asia? I know about the Financial Times, but I am interested in other business schools that are not listed there, such as MBA programs from Malaysia and how they compare to the top schools.
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laurie
As far as I know, there's nothing out there like this. I think that there are some China-specific rankings, as well as some India-specific rankings, but nothing that combines everything.

Anyway, it's a bit like comparing apples to oranges. You can really say how a school like Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, which is strong in Malaysia, compares to a school like NUS, which has more of a global presence.
As far as I know, there's nothing out there like this. I think that there are some China-specific rankings, as well as some India-specific rankings, but nothing that combines everything.

Anyway, it's a bit like comparing apples to oranges. You can really say how a school like Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, which is strong in Malaysia, compares to a school like NUS, which has more of a global presence.
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Ayon
Maybe try http://www.eduniversal-ranking.com/business-school-university-ranking-in-malaysia.html

Take these with a pinch of salt

Best,
Ayon
Maybe try http://www.eduniversal-ranking.com/business-school-university-ranking-in-malaysia.html

Take these with a pinch of salt

Best,
Ayon
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Zetice
One question about these rankings: Is HKUST considered better than CEIBS?
One question about these rankings: Is HKUST considered better than CEIBS?
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Duncan
What do you see when you read the rankings yourself?
What do you see when you read the rankings yourself?
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Razors Edg...
One question about these rankings: Is HKUST considered better than CEIBS?

I would say that HKUST is generally a better choice for most candidates, unless your goals include working in mainland China.
[quote]One question about these rankings: Is HKUST considered better than CEIBS?[/quote]
I would say that HKUST is generally a better choice for most candidates, unless your goals include working in mainland China.
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Zetice
Actually I am from Malaysia and I am open to working in either mainland China or in Hong Kong. I would like to work in finance.
Actually I am from Malaysia and I am open to working in either mainland China or in Hong Kong. I would like to work in finance.
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Actually I am from Malaysia and I am open to working in either mainland China or in Hong Kong. I would like to work in finance.


I appreciate your interest. But before you doing this you should have some basic knowledge on finance. Good Luck!
[quote]Actually I am from Malaysia and I am open to working in either mainland China or in Hong Kong. I would like to work in finance. [/quote]

I appreciate your interest. But before you doing this you should have some basic knowledge on finance. Good Luck!
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Tran1569
I'm interested in the HKU MBA program, mainly because it allows elective study in other places (I would go to LBS). Are there other MBA programs in Hong Kong which allows this? I'm especially interested in the best ranked schools.
I'm interested in the HKU MBA program, mainly because it allows elective study in other places (I would go to LBS). Are there other MBA programs in Hong Kong which allows this? I'm especially interested in the best ranked schools.
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Razors Edg...
HKUST MBA students can do a full semester of elective study at one of their partner schools, including LBS.
HKUST MBA students can do a full semester of elective study at one of their partner schools, including LBS.
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Duncan
Obviously LBS is one of the most popular exchange locations for HKUST, and winning a seat there will be lightly competitive. In contrast, HKU students on the London track are *guaranteed* a place at LBS. That is a big difference. HKU is the only school worldwide with that arrangement for LBS.
Obviously LBS is one of the most popular exchange locations for HKUST, and winning a seat there will be lightly competitive. In contrast, HKU students on the London track are *guaranteed* a place at LBS. That is a big difference. HKU is the only school worldwide with that arrangement for LBS.
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Tran1569
Thanks for the tip!
Thanks for the tip!
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ParkKyong
I have a question about how these schools are perceived:

HKUST
National University of Singapore (NUS)
HKU
Nanyang Business School

I would like to study either in Hong Kong or in Singapore. I would like to study in a diverse cohort. I work in manufacturing industry in Korea and my goal is to go into finance.
I have a question about how these schools are perceived:

HKUST
National University of Singapore (NUS)
HKU
Nanyang Business School

I would like to study either in Hong Kong or in Singapore. I would like to study in a diverse cohort. I work in manufacturing industry in Korea and my goal is to go into finance.
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Duncan
I am sure you know that these are excellent, world class schools. Do you have more specific questions?
I am sure you know that these are excellent, world class schools. Do you have more specific questions?
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laurie
I have a question about how these schools are perceived:

HKUST
National University of Singapore (NUS)
HKU
Nanyang Business School

I would like to study either in Hong Kong or in Singapore. I would like to study in a diverse cohort. I work in manufacturing industry in Korea and my goal is to go into finance.

Decide on the first question (location) and then pick your school in the place you want to be. Are you not considering Insead?
[quote]I have a question about how these schools are perceived:

HKUST
National University of Singapore (NUS)
HKU
Nanyang Business School

I would like to study either in Hong Kong or in Singapore. I would like to study in a diverse cohort. I work in manufacturing industry in Korea and my goal is to go into finance.
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Decide on the first question (location) and then pick your school in the place you want to be. Are you not considering Insead?
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Larry
INSEAD is a great suggestion. HKUST isn't a bad choice either, great salaries!
INSEAD is a great suggestion. HKUST isn't a bad choice either, great salaries!
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ParkKyong
I am sure you know that these are excellent, world class schools. Do you have more specific questions?

I am mostly asking about which school has the best reputation for getting a job in finance. I know that some work class schools are more focused on the consulting industry but it's my ultimate goal to work in finance. That's my main concern.
[quote]I am sure you know that these are excellent, world class schools. Do you have more specific questions? [/quote]
I am mostly asking about which school has the best reputation for getting a job in finance. I know that some work class schools are more focused on the consulting industry but it's my ultimate goal to work in finance. That's my main concern.
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Duncan
HKU is the only one of these schools listed at https://find-mba.com/lists/top-business-school-by-speciality/top-business-schools-for-finance-or-financial-services
HKU is the only one of these schools listed at https://find-mba.com/lists/top-business-school-by-speciality/top-business-schools-for-finance-or-financial-services
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