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Business Administration makes the FT Masters in Management Ranking 2017
Publish date : 2017-10-17
UK Financial Times has recently announced the 2017 FT Masters in Management (MiM) Rankings; NSYSU Department of Business Administration is ranked 90 among the top universities in the world. The NSYSU Department of Business Administration is ranked 6th in Asia and is the only Taiwanese academic department in the rankings for independent programs.

The FT MiM Rankings combines the data of two surveys; the first survey focused on the institution, including the ratio of international student/faculty and placement success. The other survey focused on the alumni of the institute that graduated over 3 years on their career progress, salary today, company internships and so on.

The 2017 FT MiM Rankings website shows that since 2005 when the rankings debuted, the calculations and weights have changed and become more inclusive. The FT now collects information about alumni’s first jobs after graduation as a new ranking criterion. These data are used in conjunction with information about their current jobs, three years later to calculate their salary increase since graduation and career progress.

The NSYSU Department of Business Administration has presented outstanding performances in this year’s criteria regarding female students percentage, female/international faculty percentage, and faculty with doctorates. Also, the department has raised 19 places in terms of placement success. Chun-Tuan Chang, Chair of NSYSU Department of Business Administration, expressed that the eminent performance is the result of all the hard work and effort on student cultivation of the faculty. “I will do my best to make NSYSU Department of Business Administration shine,” Chang said. Shyh-Jer Chen, Dean of College of Management expressed his contentment in seeing students’ exceptional performance in schoolwork, sports, and career. Chen hopes the NSYSU College of Management can further develop together with the growth of all its departments.
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