SINGAPORE: Nanyang Business School (NBS) is now ranked 32nd in the Financial Times’ 2013 ranking of the world’s MBA programmes, up two spots from last year.
The school’s Nanyang Master of Business Administration programme is ranked sixth within the Asia Pacific.
The annual survey ranks the top 100 business schools from around the world, based on audited data from the schools themselves and from the class who graduated three years ago.
NBS admits about 80 students to its full—time MBA programme every year, with another 40 taking the course on a part—time basis.
It is offering a new Nanyang MBA curriculum in July with a sharper focus on leadership development and industry application in the Asian context.
The new course can be completed in 12 months, instead of the usual 16.
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