Melbourne Business School is consistently ranked amongst the top schools in the Asia-Pacific. It has the top part-time MBA program in the region. The MBA takes three years to complete on a part-time basis. Elective subjects are available in the following disciplines: Marketing; Finance & accounting; Strategy, competition & governance; Organisations, human resources & managerial development; Technology & operations management; International business management; Public sector management; Entrepreneurship & innovation.

National University of Singapore is one of the leading universities in the region for its part-time MBA program. NUS Business School has achieved the renowned European Quality Improvement System (EQUIS) accreditation. NUS Business School has been rated 1st among all Business Schools in Asia in the Eduniversal 2009 Rankings. The Asia-Pacific Executive Master of Business Administration programme has been ranked 11th in the world in the Financial Times EMBA 2009 rankings.

Asiaweek Ranking (May 2000)
(Based on academic reputation as judged by the Schools, Asian companies and some International Schools)

Top 20 Part Time MBA Programs in Asia:
1- Melbourne;
2- Chinese U, HK;
3- Nat U of Sing;
4- U of H K;
5- Korea Adv Inst;
6- Monash Mt Eliza;
7- Nanyang;
8- Macquarie;
9- Int Mgt Inst, India;
10- U of Philippines;
11- I Inst of T, Bombay;
12- Queensland U of Tech;
13- City U, HK;
14- Narsee Monjee;
15- U of Queensland;
16- U of Tech, Sydney;
17- Curtin;
18- Khon Kaen;
19- U of Adelaide;
20- U of Malaya

Source: Asiaweek

* Next: Asia Top Distance MBA Programs

World University Ranking Tables

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