Reporting results from its global executive MBA survey, the Financial Times said China is emerging as a main centre of business education. The study, which rated 75 programs, ranked the China Europe International Business School (CEIBS) in Shanghai in the top 20. The highest ranked "Chinese" program, the FT said, was Hong Kong University of Science and Technology's EMBA scheme run with Northwestern's Kellogg School, in sixth place, outranking Columbia's Graduate School of Business, among others. Other programs in the top 20 included Chinese University of Hong Kong's, with the University of Western Ontario's Ivey school. Singapore's National University joint EMBA with the University of Chicago's Graduate School of Business, was rated Asia's top program.