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New post 16 Feb 2005, 22:22

B-schools ranked locally and Globallyin Asia-Pacific

Please add to the list and let me know the ranking as well

1. AGSM - Australia

2. MBS - Australia

3. IUJ - Japan

4. Nanyang - Singapore

5. Hongkong MBA ( Not sure --Hjore can u rank Best HK schools here )

6. CHina MBA ( Still in infancy -- major handicap lack of english MBA programs--Add ur info if aware of )

7.India MBA ( Very much localised programs -Few Outsiders venture there --although IIM-Bangalore is in the most happening place )

8. AIM- Manila ( Not that gr8 although it had distinguised alumnae)

Folks please start the brick bats..

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New post 17 Feb 2005, 12:35
Thanks to ozmba2006 for calling more attention to the Asia Pacific region

I have started "seed" reviews for many of the schools in this region and I hope that other members will add to them based on their knowledge and impression of each school.

The list of schools under each nation/region is not intended to be exhaustive but additions are welcome.

The list of schools within each nation/region is not necessarily in order of quality

1) Australia- AGSM, Macquarie GSM, Melbourne Business School, Monash

2) China (not including Hong Kong) CEIBS

3) Hong Kong- Chinese University of Hong Kong, HKUST, University of Hong Kong

4) India IIM-Ahmedabad (technically a PGP), Indian School of Business (technically a PGP)

5) Japan International University of Japan

6) Singapore Nanyang Technological University, National University of Singapore (NUS)

7) Philippines- Asian Institute of Management

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New post 28 Mar 2005, 04:33
Hey guys.. I have admits from CEIBS, AIM Manila, CUHK and HKU. And now I am confused.
(I applied in these schools only due to cost factor)
From MBA program, I intend to gain 3 things:
(1) Diverse alumni network
(2) Quality education, international experience & expertise in Finance.
(3) Placement at international location, which will expose me to international financial markets

Now AIM Manila has, no doubt, outstanding quality of education but the experience will not be diverse and 'global'. Students there are primarily from India and Phillipines.
CUHK and HKU - Though the schools are reputed but I am not sure about these schools.. Lack of info.
CEIBS - It seems to have all the things that I want. But I have heard that companies in China are reluctant to recruit international students.. they prefer mainland chinese students to international students.

So I really need some inputs from you all to make a sound decision. Please advice.

Thanks for your time!

- Mooz

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