NTU takes 64th spot in The Economist's ranking of full-time MBA programmes
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Nanyang Technological University's business school has climbed eight places in The Economist's global ranking of full-time Master of Business Administration (MBA) programmes.
SINGAPORE: Nanyang Technological University's business school has climbed eight places in The Economist's global ranking of full-time Master of Business Administration (MBA) programmes.
It has moved up to the 64th position, from 72th a year ago.
That is the highest placing ever by a Singapore business school in the magazine's ranking, said the university in a statement.
It is also the 10th straight year that the magazine is ranking Nanyang Business School as the best in Singapore, the statement added.
Within Asia, NTU's business school is ranked fourth for its full-time MBA programme.
NTU attributes its ranking improvements to strong ratings by participants of its MBA programme.
The ratings covered educational experience, faculty quality and new career opportunities.
Hong Kong University is ranked top within Asia and 24th worldwide.
The top three full-time MBA programmes worldwide this year come from American universities.
The top programme is from the University of Chicago, the second from Dartmouth College, and the third from University of California, Berkeley.