Top Business Schools in Asia Pacific

Top Business Schools in Asia Pacific by Business Education Commission:

1 Univ of Melbourne (Australia)
2 Univ of New South Wales (Australia)
3 Indian Institute of Management (Ahmedabad)
4 International Uni of Japan (Niigata)
5 Asian Institute of Management (Manila)
6 Chinese Uni of Hong Kong
7 National Uni of Singapore
8 Indian Institute of Management (Calcutta)
9 Australian National Uni (Canberra)
10 Nanyang Technological Uni (Singapore)

Source: Business Education Commission (2000)

According to the Economist's 2009 ranking of full-time MBA programmes, the top 10 MBA schools in Asia & Australasia are:

Regional Rank, Institution, (World Rank)
1 Melbourne Business School (17th)
2 HKUST School of Business and Management (30th)
3 University of Hong Kong Faculty of Business and Economics (38th)
4 Macquarie Graduate School of Management (55th)
5 Monash University (59th)
6 Nanyang Business School - Nanyang Technological University (71st)
7 Chinese University of Hong Kong (78th)
8 International University of Japan - Graduate School of International Management (85th)
9 NUS Business School (89th)
10 Curtin University Graduate School of Business (93rd)

Top 5 MBA schools in Asia Pacific according to the Financial Times Global MBA Rankings (2009):
1 Ceibs (China)
2  Indian School of Business
3 Hong Kong UST Business School (China)
4 Nanyang Business School (Singapore)
5 Australian School of Business

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Nanyang MBA in World Top 100
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HKUST MBA Top Rankings
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Melbourne Business School
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Australian School of Business
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