Chi­nese ex­ec­u­tive MBA pro­grams get the nod

China Daily (Canada) - - NEWSCAPSULE -

The Fi­nan­cial Times’ 2014 ex­ec­u­tive MBA pro­gram rank­ings show Chi­nese and Chi­na­joint pro­grams oc­cu­py­ing 13 of the top 50 places. Twelve years ago, only two Chi­nese pro­grams made the top 50.

Stern’s global TRIUM pro­gram at New York Univer­sity was rated No 1 of more than 100 in­ter­na­tional EM­BAs. TRIUM, which NYU Stern heads in con­junc­tion with HEC Paris and the London School of Eco­nomics, jumped ahead of the pro­gram jointly of­fered by the Business School at Hong Kong Univer­sity of Sci­ence and Tech­nol­ogy and the Kel­logg School of Man­age­ment at North­west­ern Univer­sity in the US.

That pro­gram held the top rank­ing for the last five years.

EMBA pro­grams in the US counted for 18 of the top 50 places.

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