[photopress:MBA_Danwei_survey.jpg,full,alignright]There appears to be total agreement that China has a shortage of trained talent and that the more graduates with business education that can be made available to industry the faster China will be able to respond to the amazing surge of business development that has made it the factory, and in some senses, the power house, of the world.
Now Danwei, the site concerned with marketing and advertising in China, has launched a reader survey to find out exactly how well schools are performing, based on experience working with their graduates.
In fact, the survey will almost certainly confirm what common sense tells us. The graduates from the top ten universities will do better than graduates from other places.
That is simply because the best students want to go to the best universities — it is a process of natural selection. Yes, there will be some exceptions, which could make it interesting, but all other surveys have shown that the education at the top universities is better than that at those on the bottom rungs. It could hardly be otherwise.