NUS Business School’s Executive MBA jumps eight spots to 16th position globally in latest Financial Times Executive MBA Ranking

The programmes also retained its top spot in Singapore

The NUS Business School’s Executive Master of Business Administration (EMBA) programme has leapfrogged eight spots to 16th place in the 2023 Financial Times (FT) EMBA Ranking, while holding steady in 1st position amongst Singaporean autonomous universities.

The programme also excelled in international course experience, research and ESG, climbing to 15th, 22nd and 24th place globally in the respective categories. It came in 14th in the carbon footprint category, a new indicator in this year’s FT EMBA rankings.

 Distinguished Professor Andrew Rose, Dean of NUS Business School, said, “For our EMBA programme to be consistently ranked first in Singapore is no mean feat. It reflects the continuous commitment of our alumni, faculty, and staff to delivering world-class education and research, and fostering a diverse environment where our students can connect and thrive.”

Read the full press release here.