NUS Business School's MBA programme among world's top five
The National University of Singapore Business School's double-degree programme with the University of California, Los Angeles has been ranked fifth globally in the Financial Times' Executive Master of Business Administration Rankings 2012 - moving up from ninth place last year.
NUS says the UCLA-NUS Executive MBA fared well in several categories, particularly in the area of salaries.
Today, its graduates enjoy an average annual salary of US$250,940 - up from US$232,928 last year.
The UCLA-NUS Executive MBA is also ranked fifth for international course experience, demonstrating the global learning and networking opportunities offered by the programme.
NUS says it is the only programme in Asia in which more than 50% of participants fly in from other continents for their six two-week segments held in Singapore, Los Angeles, Shanghai and Bangalore.
The Financial Times has also ranked NUS Business School's Asia Pacific Executive MBA, taught in both English and Chinese, among the world's best at 26th place.
Today, APEX MBA graduates enjoy an average annual salary of US$236,511 - compared to US$219,571 a year ago.
The APEX MBA programme has teaching segments in various countries and cities including India, Indonesia, Philippines, China, Taiwan, South Korea, Japan, Australia and Vietnam.
NUS also says the Princeton Review has placed the school's NUS MBA programme among the top 20 among non-US business schools in the new edition of its annual guidebook, "The Best 296 Business Schools: 2013 Edition".
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