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MBA in Asia

Thinking about doing an MBA in Asia? If so, you will join many students studying business across the continent. 

MBA programs are popular in Asian countries such as India, China and Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, and Taiwan.

In those countries and elsewhere across the region, there are many reputable business schools that offer MBA programs. With over 400 business schools in Asia, it can be a daunting task to find the MBA program that is right for you. Those seeking an...

Thinking about doing an MBA in Asia? If so, you will join many students studying business across the continent. 

MBA programs are popular in Asian countries such as India, China and Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, and Taiwan.

In those countries and elsewhere across the region, there are many reputable business schools that offer MBA programs. With over 400 business schools in Asia, it can be a daunting task to find the MBA program that is right for you. Those seeking an MBA in Asia should take care to gauge each offering in terms of the programs and concentrations available, as well as other considerations, such as whether a business schools has accreditation from AMBA, EQUIS, or AACSB. Having MBA accreditation means that the school is reputable. 

Another factor for those considering an MBA in Asia is whether a business school is ranked. A ranking in a publication such as Bloomberg Businessweek, the Financial Times (FT), or another publication is a good indication that the MBA program is a good one.

Business schools in Asia offer a variety of MBA programs: such as on a full-time basis, where students go to class every day, to part-time offerings which can be arranged around a work schedule or family obligations. Many business schools in Asia also offer Online MBA programs—which can be pursued from anywhere; as well as Executive MBA programs, for those individuals with a lot of work experience.

After an MBA in Asia, many students decide to stay in the region, working in a variety of industries, such as financial services, business analytics, supply chain, manufacturing, and many others. Some students also leverage an MBA in Asia to work globally, in other places around the world. 

See a list of all MBA programs in Asia below. 

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Thinking about doing an MBA in Asia? If so, you will join many students studying business across the continent. 

MBA programs are popular in Asian countries such as India, China and Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, and Taiwan.

In those countries and elsewhere across the region, there are many reputable business schools that offer MBA programs. With over 400 business schools in Asia, it can be a daunting task to find the MBA program that is right for you. Those seeking an...

Thinking about doing an MBA in Asia? If so, you will join many students studying business across the continent. 

MBA programs are popular in Asian countries such as India, China and Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, and Taiwan.

In those countries and elsewhere across the region, there are many reputable business schools that offer MBA programs. With over 400 business schools in Asia, it can be a daunting task to find the MBA program that is right for you. Those seeking an MBA in Asia should take care to gauge each offering in terms of the programs and concentrations available, as well as other considerations, such as whether a business schools has accreditation from AMBA, EQUIS, or AACSB. Having MBA accreditation means that the school is reputable. 

Another factor for those considering an MBA in Asia is whether a business school is ranked. A ranking in a publication such as Bloomberg Businessweek, the Financial Times (FT), or another publication is a good indication that the MBA program is a good one.

Business schools in Asia offer a variety of MBA programs: such as on a full-time basis, where students go to class every day, to part-time offerings which can be arranged around a work schedule or family obligations. Many business schools in Asia also offer Online MBA programs—which can be pursued from anywhere; as well as Executive MBA programs, for those individuals with a lot of work experience.

After an MBA in Asia, many students decide to stay in the region, working in a variety of industries, such as financial services, business analytics, supply chain, manufacturing, and many others. Some students also leverage an MBA in Asia to work globally, in other places around the world. 

See a list of all MBA programs in Asia below. 

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Singapore 77 Followers 160 Discussions

Full-Time: NUS MBA more…

Part-Time: NUS MBA more…

Executive MBA: NUS Executive MBA, NUS Executive MBA (Chinese), UCLA-NUS Executive MBA more…

Dual Degree: NUS-PKU MBA (Peking), NUS-HEC MBA (Paris), NUS MBA / Lee Kuan Yew MPA, NUS MBA / Lee Kuan Yew MPP, NUS MBA / Yale Master of Advanced Managem... more…

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Bangalore, India 7 Followers 50 Discussions

Full-Time: Post Graduate Programme in Management, Master of Business Administration (Business Analytics), Post Graduate Programme in Public Policy & Ma... more…

Part-Time: Post Graduate Programme in Enterprise Management more…

Executive MBA: Executive Post Graduate Programme in Management more…

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Seoul, South Korea 55 Followers 9 Discussions

Full-Time: SNU MBA, Global MBA more…

Executive MBA: Executive MBA more…

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Singapore 32 Followers 171 Discussions

Full-Time: MBA more…

Executive MBA: Global Executive MBA more…

Dual Degree: Tsinghua-INSEAD Dual Degree EMBA Programme more…

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Seoul, South Korea 28 Followers 10 Discussions

Full-Time: Finance MBA, Global MBA, S3 Asia MBA more…

Part-Time: Korea MBA more…

Executive MBA: Executive MBA more…

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Tokyo, Japan 13 Followers 6 Discussions

Full-Time: MBA in International Business Strategy (1 year), MBA in International Business Strategy (2 years) more…

Executive MBA: EMBA more…

Dual Degree: Double Degree MBA more…

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Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 42 Followers 15 Discussions

Full-Time: MBA more…

Part-Time: MBA more…

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Singapore 59 Followers 128 Discussions

Full-Time: MBA, Fellows MBA more…

Part-Time: Professional MBA, MBA (Chinese) more…

Executive MBA: Executive MBA, Executive MBA (Chinese) more…

Dual Degree: Nanyang - Waseda Double MBA, Nanyang - St Gallen Double Masters, Nanyang - ESSEC Double Masters more…

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Singapore 35 Followers 54 Discussions

Full-Time: MBA more…

Part-Time: MBA more…

Executive MBA: Executive MBA more…

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Istanbul, Turkey 17 Followers 10 Discussions

Full-Time: MBA more…

Part-Time: Modular MBA more…

Executive MBA: Executive MBA more…

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Seoul, South Korea 10 Followers 10 Discussions

Full-Time: MBA more…

Part-Time: Professional MBA more…

Executive MBA: Executive MBA more…

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Kyoto, Japan 18 Followers 3 Discussions
Doshisha Doshisha Business School (DBS) opened in 2004 and our English-language two-year Global MBA was inaugurated alongside the school’s Japanese MBA in 2009. Following five successful years, the Global MBA was strengthened as an independent program in 2014 with a bolstered dedicated faculty and expanded course offerings. We strongly believe that companies and businesspeople must strive not only for financial success, but also to make a positive social contribution to the world in which we live.

Full-Time: Global MBA, MBA more…

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