Updated: 01/27/2014 18:02

NUS Business School climbs to No 32 in FT MBA rankings

NUS Business School climbs to No 32 in FT MBA rankings

The National University of Singapore Business School's Master of Business Administration (NUS MBA) programme is now the highest-ranked MBA programme by a Singaporean business school in the Financial Times' (FT) annual global MBA ranking. 

The NUS MBA climbed four places to 32 in the FT ranking. 

The programme is also ranked 10th for International Mobility, an indication that its graduates continue to be in high international demand. 

In addition, it moved up 12 places to 19th in the world for International Experience, reflecting global exposure participants experience during the programme. 

Post-MBA salaries of graduates increased by 147 per cent on average over pre-MBA salaries. 

Professor Bernard Yeung, Dean and Stephen Riady Distinguished Professor, NUS Business School said the FT rankings are added motivation for us to continue enhancing our curriculum. 

The FT Global MBA ranking is based on surveys conducted with business schools and alumni who graduated three years ago.

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