SMU business school ranks 22nd in FT EMBA Ranking 2020

It’s ranked amongst top Asian universities (14th) and business schools (8th).

The Lee Kong Chian School of Business of Singapore Management University has placed 22nd in the Financial Times’ Executive Master of Business Administration Ranking 2020.

Currently, it holds the 14th spot amongst Asian universities and 8th amongst Asian business schools.

With an average annual salary of $509,881 (US$375,346), SMU’s EMBA programme graduates earn the 7th highest salary globally, enjoying a significant 47% salary increase after graduation.

The programme also scored 9.29 out of 10 in the overall satisfaction category.

The programme has attracted senior leaders and entrepreneurs from a variety of industries worldwide since its introduction in 2011, and they were provided with both Asian and global business perspectives within SMU’S EMBA programme’s immersive curriculum, said Professor Gerry George, dean of LKCSB.

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