Financial Times ranks The NUS MBA 36th in the world

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• Ranked sixth globally and first in Asia Pacific for international mobility • Highest percentage (94 per cent) of MBA graduates employed within three months of graduation

The Financial Times (FT) has ranked the National University of Singapore Business School’s Master of Business Administration (The NUS MBA) programme 36th in the world.

In this year’s FT Global MBA Rankings, NUS Business School clinched the top spot in the Asia Pacific and sixth place globally in the category of international mobility, reflecting the broad international demand for its graduates.

The programme has also been ranked first in Singapore for the employability of its alumni, with 94 per cent securing jobs within three months of graduation. The NUS MBA alumni had among the highest post-graduation salary increases internationally (152 per cent).

In other categories, NUS Business School was ranked 19th globally for value for money, and best programme offered by a Singapore university for aims achieved, indicating that its MBA alumni fulfilled most of their goals for doing the programme.

The FT had ranked The NUS MBA 23rd globally in 2012 and 2011.

“While we may see fluctuations of rankings from time to time, our consistent performance across various international indicators show that we are on the right track in our efforts to offer our students a world class education. Rankings also provide important feedback about our programmes and we will learn from the feedback to improve,” said Associate Professor Susanna Leong, Vice Dean of Graduate Studies, NUS Business School.

Added Professor Bernard Yeung, Dean and Stephen Riady Distinguished Professor, NUS Business School: “In striving for excellence, we remain focused on attaining sustainable success, building on the strong fundamentals and intrinsic qualities of our programmes. We will continually refine The NUS MBA as we work towards our vision of becoming the leading business school in Asia.”

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