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Business School Ranking in Hong Kong, Singapore & Korea

The exponential growth of economies of the Four Asian Tigers (Hong Kong, Singapore, Korea, and Taiwan) in the 1990s led to no only an iconic development of the numerous big firms and organizations in these regions, but also the development of a handful of world-class business schools in the region which have been ranked top in worldwide business school rankings. Below are 5 schools in Hong Kong, Singapore & Korea which have always been at the top places, including the HKUST, NTU, National University of Singapore, Sungkyukwan University and HKU.

According to the FIND MBA’s listings of top business schools by specialty, Business School, HKUST, being ranked top on business school ranking hong kong, is listed as a top business school in the areas of Entrepreneurship, Strategy and Real Estate. Business School, HKUST has also been received top rankings in the full-time MBA rankings from Economist, Businessweek, and the Financial Times, Business School.

Nanyang Business School, NTU, Singapore is listed as a top school for Tourism, Hospitality, Marketing, Operations and Leisure in FIND MBA’s listings. NUS Business School, National University of Singapore, another well-known university in Singapore, is especially strong in the areas of Real Estate, Supply Chain, and Business Analytics, hence has obtained the recognition from FIND MBA in such areas. NUS is ranked in the full-time MBA rankings from the Financial Times and the Economist with strong placement opportunities in multiple industries in Singapore and the rest of the world.

Graduate School of Business, Sungkyukwan University is the first Korean business school which is listed in the Financial Times' Global MBA Rankings. It is quite a surprise that such achievement has been done by a university other than the Korean Big 3 S.K.Y. Being the first ever university in Hong Kong, HKU is ranked in the full-time MBA rankings from both the Financial Times and the Economist, due to its highly globalized features of study and opportunities for students.