Forbes ranks top Chinese business schools in 2010

18:59, April 21, 2010      

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The Shanghai-based Chinese Edition of Forbes magazine recently published its 2010 rankings of Chinese business schools after a six-month long survey into 45 business schools, which met the basic criteria.

The magazine selected the 15 most valuable full-time MBA programs and the 15 most valuable part-time MBA programs, of which, China-Europe International Business School (CEIBS) and Guanghua School of Management under Peking University were chosen as the most valuable full-time and part-time MBA programs, respectively.

The magazine also conducted its first survey on Chinese EMBA programs in 2010, and selected the 10 most valuable EMBA programs, with Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business topping the list. In addition, more MBA graduates for the first time are choosing to work at domestic private companies instead of foreign companies.

Forbes Chinese Business Schools Rankings for 2010:

The most valuable full-time MBA program in China: CEIBS, whose tuition for 2010 is 258,000 yuan.

The most valuable part-time MBA program in China: Guanghua School of Management under Peking University, whose tuition for 2010 is 128,000 yuan.

The most valuable EMBA program in China: Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business, whose tuition for 2010 is 568,000 yuan.

Compared to graduates of other MBA programs, CEIBS’s MBA graduates have the highest average starting salary of 380,000 yuan per year one year after graduation.
  
Compared to graduates of other EMBA programs, those from Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business have the highest average starting salary of 920,000 yuan per year one year after graduation.

Compared to graduates of other EMBA programs, those from Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business also have the highest salary increases. More specifically, they enjoy an average salary increase of nearly 54 percent upon graduation compared to their average pre-EMBA salary.

By People's Daily Online

(Editor:王千原雪)

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