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AEMBA Ranks World Top 50

Publisher : MBA办公室       Nov.01,2012

In London, British Financial Times published the latest Global EMBA Ranking on Oct. 15th, 2012. This year, on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of AEMBA, the program moves into top 50, and it also ranks No.1 in Asia-Pacific area and China as part-time MBA.

"We spend 3 years to move from top 100 to top 50." Project director of AEMBA Li Peihua says. AEMBA has achieved 3 great leaps in the Financial Times’ Global EMBA Ranking, from the 84th in 2010 to the 61st in 2011 and the 48th this year. "Thanks for everyone who cares for and supports our AEMBA program since the very beginning. 10 years ago, we brought the latest high-level business school education into China. Today we are still striving to create and spread knowledge i. In next 10 years, we shall try to forge this program to become one of the best MBA in the whole world."

"This year's leap results from the joint effort of the two colleges as well as all the AEMBA students." MBA/EMBA project director of Euromed Marseille Ecole de Management Prof. Michelle says. "This year, we went up to top 50, this benefits from the prominent progress of some specific indexes such as international students, international course experience, working experience, income growth rate and career development. It is these evidences that prove we have a strict quality control in admission, teaching management and post-MBA, and realize a stable globalized development."

Early in 2002, Shanghai Jiao Tong University and Euromed Marseille Ecole de Management, two time-honored universities that enjoy more than 100 years history, established the collaborative program of AEMBA.

In London, British Financial Times published the latest Global EMBA Ranking on Oct. 15, 2012. This year, on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of AEMBA, the program moves into top 50, and it also ranks No.1 in Asia-Pacific area and China as part-time MBA.

"We spend 3 years to move from top 100 to top 50." Project director of AEMBA Li Peihua says. AEMBA has achieved 3 great leaps in the Financial Times’ Global EMBA Ranking, from the 84th in 2010 to the 61st in 2011 and the 48th this year. "Thanks for everyone who cares for and supports our AEMBA program since the very beginning. 10 years ago, we brought the latest high-level business school education into China. Today we are still striving to create and spread knowledge i. In next 10 years, we shall try to forge this program to become one of the best MBA in the whole world."

"This year's leap results from the joint effort of the two colleges as well as all the AEMBA students." MBA/EMBA project director of Euromed Marseille Ecole de Management Prof. Michelle says. "This year, we went up to top 50, this benefits from the prominent progress of some specific indexes such as international students, international course experience, working experience, income growth rate and career development. It is these evidences that prove we have a strict quality control in admission, teaching management and post-MBA, and realize a stable globalized development."

Early in 2002, Shanghai Jiao Tong University and Euromed Marseille Ecole de Management, two time-honored universities that enjoy more than 100 years history, established the collaborative program of AEMBA. This year we will celebrate the 10th anniversary of international MBA and the 5th anniversary of international dual-certification EMBA, with over 800 attendees of business leaders and intermediate/senior managers. Both SJTU ACEM and Euromed Marseille are triply accredited by AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA, an honor that only 1% business schools in the world enjoy.


About Financial Times Ranking:

The British Financial Times annual Global EMBA Ranking is one of the world renowned ranking systems, which has the strictest standard and highest authority. It formulates strict and scientific access system in students’ comprehensive ability, career development, academic achievements, internationalization and research capability.

http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/emba-ranking-2012