We continue to be a top ranked programme in the Financial Times annual ranking of Executive MBAs. EMBA-Global Asia is ranked No.4 in the world.
The programme scored strongly on the metric of salary increment, with an average salary received by graduates reaching US$338,725 per annum, representing a growth of 98%. The Programme’s appeal was also boosted by graduates’ career progress, which jumped to the 3rd place, and international course experience, which further improved to the 2nd place from the 5th in 2018.
This year's QS EMBA Rankings feature the best executive MBA programmes around the world, with the EMBA-Global Asia programme ranked No. 2 joint EMBA programme in the world.
The programme also achieved two perfect scores of 100, in both employer reputation and thought leadership. Our outstanding performance reflects the global exposure and unique learning experience that we offered to our diversified students match the expectations and requirements of employers.
The QS EMBA Rankings 2019 combine input from thought leaders in business and management alongside the perceptions of global employers who recruit from the world’s best EMBA programmes, and is further enhanced by programme-specific indicators.