[photopress:shanghai.jinqiao_walkways_ceibs.jpg,full,alignright]The China Europe International Business School in Shanghai has made a giant leap forward in Financial Times’ rankings this year to be in 11th place on the top 100 full-time global Master of Business Administration programs list. It is the first time an Asian business school has made the first tier of FT rankings.
CEIBS, which was in 21st place last year, saw its graduates’ salary increase by 159% three years after graduation, the largest pay rise among all the listed schools. Graduates’ weighted salary at three years reached US$146,410, based on the Purchasing Power Parity of the World Bank.
Meanwhile, CEIBS graduates’ employment rate at three months was reported to have hit 99%, second only to that of the National University of Singapore. The school’s percentage of international students rose from 20% last year to 29% this year.
Zhu Xiaoming, the CEIBS president, said, ‘The success of CEIBS is a result of cooperation between the Chinese government, the Shanghai municipal government, and the European Union.’
Source: Shanghai Daily