There is a wide variety of rankings for business schools. Each assessment uses a different set of criterion, polls different audiences and measures various aspects of a programme.
The Financial Times and The Economist each publishes an annual ranking of full-time MBA programmes across the world, providing valuable tools for prospective students, recruiters and business schools. Both have consistently ranked our MBA programme as one of the best in Asia.
The Economist MBA ranking (October 2016)
- The Nanyang MBA was ranked 69th among The Economist’s list of the world’s top 100 MBA programmes.
- It was the fifth best placing by an Asian business school. Since 2004, the Nanyang MBA has consistently been rated among Asia’s top 10 MBA programmes and the best in Singapore.
Financial Times EMBA ranking (October 2016)
- Nanyang Business School's Executive MBA (EMBA) programme was ranked 18th globally in the Financial Times' ranking.
Financial Times MBA ranking (January 2017)
- The Nanyang MBA was ranked 24th in the Financial Times’ Global MBA Ranking.
- It is ranked 1st in Singapore and 3rd in Asia Pacific.
- It has been ranked within the Financial Times’ global top 40 every year since 2009.