On Jan.29, 2018, the Financial Times updated its Global MBA Ranking for 2017. Renmin Business School was ranked the 39th, up by 4 places from the 43th in 2016.
Renmin Business School debuted in the ranking in 2016 at position 43. The rise in the latest ranking is testament to its advances in graduates’ career development, students’ international mobility, faculty resources, and research footprint.
Launched by the Financial Times in 1999, the Global MBA Ranking has been recognized as one of the most authoritative rankings in the field of management education across the globe. Other Asian b-schools included in the ranking are CEIBS, Business School at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, University of Hong Kong, Antai College of Economics & Management at Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Fudan University School of Management, and Business School at Chinese University of Hong Kong.
Renmin Business School started to run MBA program in 1990, and is a pioneer in management education in China. It boasts award-winning faculty with expertise in Chinese management practice and impactful research in humanities and social sciences.
In June 2017, Renmin Business School gained CAMEA accreditation (Chinese Advanced Management Education Accreditation). Students have access to a rich array of programs and activities, including Chinese MBA full-time/part-time programs, International MBA program, BEST simulation contest, and the Team Action Project consultancy training program.
In alignment with the school’s mission, vision and values, the programs will continue to seek innovations in curriculum design and pedagogical approaches, expand international partnerships, sharpen its focus on connections with industry, and develop future management leaders who think both locally and globally.
RMBS made the Top-50 list of MBA,
EMBA and EE programs——The Financial Times
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