IIM Indore seeks to be a contextually-relevant business school with world-class academic standards that develops socially-conscious managers, leaders and entrepreneurs. IIM Indore is committed to: Excellence in management education, research, and training, Use of contemporary participant-centric pedagogies and teaching methods, A presence in emerging segments of management education. Learn more>>
The Tsinghua Global MBA Program is tailored for future leaders who aspire to propel their careers on to the global stage while maintaining a focus on China. Tsinghua University School of Economics and Management (SEM) and the MIT Sloan School of Management (MIT Sloan) have been partners since 1996 to bring students the most comprehensive general management education available in mainland China. Learn more>>
Shanghai University of Finance and Economics features at 64th in the rankings, and the program has a regional focus along with distinguished faculty encompassing international professors and a part-time faculty of successful entrepreneurs. Learn more>>
Lee Kong Chian School of Business has acquired triple accreditation from AACSB, EQUIS, and the Association of MBAs (AMBA). Its graduate business programs rank highly across Asia: the MSc in Wealth Management is the top program in Asia, and the MSc in Applied Finance comes in the top-five among Asian business schools. Learn more>>
“The International MBA at Shanghai Jiao Tong University was the first MBA program in China to reach triple accreditation and reaches the top three mainland Chinese MBA programs on the FT’s list, coming in at 53rd place overall. Their International MBA program is a two-year degree based in China’s economic powerhouse, Shanghai, with ample opportunities to experience business in the city with company visits included on the program.
The International MBA curriculum features a wide range of core courses including CSR, Data Modeling, and International Business Law. Success in the job market is evidenced by an average salary increase of 159% after graduation—placing Jiao Tong in the top ten schools globally to achieve such a high gain.” Learn more>>
“Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad is the first Asian business school on this list to make it into the top-50 of MBA programs globally, jumping from 61st in 2020 to 48th in 2021.
India is frequently hailed as one of the fastest-growing economies in the world, with its GDP growing by 4.2% in 2019. The Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad (IIMA) places students in one of India’s most important Indian cities for business. Industries such as textiles and chemicals are well represented in the city.
The Post Graduate Program in Management at IIMA is a rigorous program with courses that are frequently revised to represent the contemporary business landscape. Compulsory courses include Marketing, Legal Aspects of Business, and Financial Reporting, while elective courses allow students to focus in on a range of subjects including agricultural management, human resources, economics, and organizational behavior” Learn more>>
“CUHK has steadily increased from 50th place in 2020 to 48th in 2021. The school features 45% international faculty while the MBA program boasts students from 10 different countries, bringing a strong Asian focus in its curriculum.
Students on the full-time MBA program take advantage of the school’s location in Hong Kong with a Business Practicum project linking students with corporations in the city, and a curriculum focused on innovation and digital business. ” Learn more>>
“Based in the city of Kolkata, the IIM is at the heart of one of the largest city economies in India, with major industries in the city including textiles, agriculture, and metals. Triple-accredited by EQUIS, AMBA, and AACSB, this Asian business school appears at number 44 on the FT’s list, climbing from 78th in 2018.
IIM Calcutta’s MBA program’s core curriculum focuses on the business essentials with some courses focusing specifically on business in India, such as India Economic Policy and Indian Social Structure. On the back of this rigorous business degree, 30% of MBA graduates landed jobs in consulting, with general management and IT & Analytics making up the top three sectors. Learn more>>
Nanyang Business School ranks in the top three Singapore business schools on this list and 37th overall, with an impressive international MBA program taught by over 160 professors with 30 different nationalities. Despite the international makeup, graduates of the program are poised to work in varied positions in Asia—53% of graduates go on to land jobs in Singapore, followed by 20% in East Asia. Learn more>>
“Sungkyunkwan University (SKKU) enters the top-50 of the FT Global MBA list, ranking 35th in the world, climbing up from 54th in 2020. The only South Korean school on the list, SKKU is one of the most prestigious schools in the country, with a strong focus on innovation and research in part due to its sponsors Samsung and Hyundai—it’s no surprise that 18% of graduates of their MBA program go on to work in technology or telecom.
On the MBA program at SKKU, students follow core courses in business foundations as well as one of three industry-focused Applied Business Projects in Finance, Marketing, or Strategy. Approximately half of the intake each year are international students, from 16 represented countries”. Learn more>>
“Fudan University’s International MBA has been climbing the FT’s ranks over the last three years, and now sits at 32nd in the world overall. Fudan ranks first for salary increases: MBA graduates can expect to attain a 190% salary boost.
The program aims to offer a blend of Eastern and Western business teaching and is taught in collaboration with MIT’s Sloan School of Management. Based in Shanghai, students are taught by a faculty comprised of 40% international lecturers, as well as up to four visiting professors from MIT each year.” Learn more>>
Coming in at 29th place in the FT rankings, up from 56th in 2020, HKU has 33% international faculty and 95% international students. HKU aims to prepare students for careers in Asia and beyond by equipping students with an in-depth understanding of international business. Learn more>>
Indian School of Business is the highest-ranking Indian business school on our list and sits in the 1% of business schools worldwide with triple accreditation from AMBA, EQUIS, and AACSB. When considering salary increases, the school ranks third with graduates reaching an impressive 173% uptick compared to before their studies. Learn more>>
“The NUS MBA ranks an impressive 14th on the FT’s list, rated as the second top university in Singapore and beating the University of Cambridge and Cornell University—it’s also just one rank below New York University: Stern. NUS boasts a salary increase of 138%.
The school’s MBA program is taught by almost 120 professors from 19 countries, with over half their faculty hailing from outside Singapore. This diversity is also reflected in the program itself, with almost 60% of students arriving from outside Singapore, including Vietnam, Belgium, Canada, and Japan.” Learn more>>
Sitting in seventh place in the FT’s ranking, the China Europe International Business School (CEIBS) is also ranked the best business school in China. Located in Shanghai, the MBA at CEIBS offers students a program focused on Chinese business with a global perspective, and offers four concentrations in Finance, Marketing, Digital Business, or Entrepreneurship. Learn more>>
“The title of best business school in Asia goes to INSEAD, which ranks first overall on the FT’s list. INSEAD climbed above US rivals like Harvard, Stanford, and Wharton—schools which have dropped out of the latest FT rankings.
Also based in Fontainebleau, France, INSEAD offers students the choice of studying at the Singapore campus in the Knowledge Hub district of the city-state. Flexibility is also afforded by the choice of two intakes—students starting in September complete a fast-tracked 10-month program, while those starting in January are afforded a two-month summer break to fit in an internship or summer project.” Learn more>>
Korea University was the nation’s first university funded and administered solely by Koreans. The university was founded in 1905 by Lee Young-Ik, Treasurer of the Royal Household, whose idea and vision was that only by educating the younger generations could Korea secure its independence and grow and prosper as a nation. For one-hundred years now, Korea University continues to maintain the spirit of its founder. Today, the university strives to educate its students to become effective citizens, highly capable in their chosen fields, who will dedicate themselves to serving the nation and world to the best of their abilities. Learn more>>
AIM is the Asian pioneer in international management education. Established in 1968 with the Harvard Business School, Asian academicians, and prominent business leaders, the institute designs its masters and executive programs to develop practicing managers in Asia’s emerging markets. With 40,000 alumni, AIM has clientele and alumni worldwide and meets the global accreditation standards of the US-based Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). AIM offers three degree programs – the Master in Business Administration (both full time and executive), and a Master in Development Management. The institute is also well known for open enrollment and custom executive programs for business and non-business organizations. Mission Statement: We are committed towards making a difference in promoting the sustainable development of Asian societies by developing professional, entrepreneurial, and socially responsible leaders and managers. PURSUANT TO THIS MISSION: We offer leading-edge practitioner-oriented management programs and use learning technologies that are responsive to our diverse markets; We promote research that elevates these programs to higher levels of excellence; We attract and develop an international faculty of distinctive competence and highly skilled and trained staff who ensure the delivery of quality services; We nurture and sustain a culture that rewards professionalism, creativity, and excellence.” Learn more>>
“The School of International Corporate Strategy (Hitotsubashi ICS) is one of Hitotsubashi University’s graduate business schools. The other is the School of Business Administration (SBA). Both are located in Tokyo, Japan. Hitotsubashi ICS offers MBA, EMBA, DBA, and ExEd programs, all of which are conducted in English.
Hitotsubashi ICS was founded in 1998, by Hitotsubashi University. This project was led by Professor Hirotaka Takeuchi, the school’s first dean, and Ikujiro Nonaka, Professor Emeritus of Hitotsubashi University. Professor Nonaka and Professor Takeuchi are known for developing the concept of “Scrum Agile” and “The Agile Innovation Framework, which both first appeared in the HBR article, “”The New New Product Development Game,” published in January 1986. ” Learn more>>
“Nagoya University of Commerce and Business, the first generation private university in Japan, was founded in 1935 by Yuichi Kurimoto, who was the first Japanese person to graduate from the University of Alberta in 1930 and the founder of the Kurimoto Educational Institution (KEI). Over the last 80 years, the university has become known worldwide as a premier educational institution.
The KEI established its Business School in 1990 and launched graduate-level educational programs to develop skilled and innovative business managers.
In 2003 NUCB Business School launched the first EMBA program in Japan. In accordance with the key principles of self-respect and pragmatic thinking espoused by Yuichi Kurimoto, NUCB Business School produces distinguished leaders who take initiative in reforming established business activities and starting new ventures to contribute to the advancement of society.” Learn more>>