SINGAPORE: Singapore universities have attained remarkable rankings in the the latest QS World University MBA Programs Ranking with the National University of Singapore (NUS) claiming the top spot in Asia. Nanyang Technological University (NTU) has also performed well, securing the third position in Asia.

NUS scored a 83.2 out of 100 points in the ranking and advanced two spots in the global ranking, now standing at 24th place. The university attributes its success to a strong performance across various indicators, particularly excelling in employability, entrepreneurship, and alumni achievements.

Nanyang Technological University (NTU) has also demonstrated remarkable improvement, climbing two places in the regional ranking to occupy the third spot. However, the university dropped two places in the global ranking, now standing at 34th.

In a remarkable debut, Singapore Management University’s Lee Kong Chian Business School’s MBA program joined the rankings for the first time. The program secured the sixth position in Asia and 43rd globally, with a score of 70.4.

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The evaluation results underscored the MBA program’s strengths, surpassing the global average in key indicators such as thought leadership, return on investment, employability, and diversity.

This year’s QS World University MBA Programs Ranking featured a total of 315 MBA programs from 48 countries and regions. The results highlights the growing significance of Asia as a hub for world-class education, with Singapore’s universities continuing to be at the forefront.