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EMBA Program Ranked in the Top 100 for 4 Consecutive Years
Publish date : 2017-11-17
The UK Financial Times (FT) has recently announced the Executive MBA Ranking 2017. NSYSU EMBA is ranked 69, which is 16 places higher than last year. NSYSU EMBA not only is the lead in rankings among other Taiwanese universities but also is the only Taiwanese academic program to be in the rankings for four consecutive years.

The FT EMBA Ranking surveys alumni who graduated in 2014; the ranking criteria included career progress, school diversity, and idea generation. The career progress criterion focuses on the changes in students’ career before and after they have enrolled in the EMBA program, such as the change in their average salary and salary increase. The ranking also has criteria on the ratio of faculty and learning environment.

The FT EMBA Ranking shows that the students who graduated from NSYSU EMBA in 2014 have a 56% increase in salary. Their average annual salary today is US$178,896 (about NTD 5,430,000). On career progress, NSYSU EMBA made significant growth from 74th last year to 43th this year. In addition, NSYSU College of Management female faculty makes up 38% of the board, which signifies an immense increase in the school diversity criterion and is ranked 22 in the EMBA rankings.

Tung-Ching Lin, NSYSU EMBA CEO indicated that students build up their professional energy during study in the EMBA program and mainly show the growth after graduation. Some students can blend the business management knowledge, strategies, and their experience in overseas company visits and exchanges into their business. After their graduation, these students are often expatriated and thus gain a significant increase in salary and career progress, which comprised the reason for the outstanding performance in this year’s rankings. Lin mentioned that NSYSU EMBA provides students chances to visit renowned domestic and international companies every year, including companies in the USA, Germany, Japan, China, Hong Kong, and Vietnam. Besides being richly cultivated and setting roots in Taiwan while tending to local needs, the students can also gain global perspectives.

Numerous international colleges of management have actively sought for teaching collaboration in Asia; similarly, NSYSU College of Management have had outstanding international collaboration performances in recent years. Shyh-Jer Chen, Dean of the College of Management emphasized that there are 46 sister schools across the globe offering 7 dual degrees with renowned school in the America and Europe. Other than allowing students to engage in international academic exchanges, the professors lead both international and domestic students to provide “business diagnosis and consultation” for local companies, which has become the bridge among EMBA alumni enterprises, international business management perspectives, and knowledge application. This teaching method not only fully offers means for alumni to pass down their experience to students in their alma mater but also creates exceptional performances for industry-academia collaboration.

Chen also stated that NSYSU College of Management will constantly bring in novel case methods to instruct students and actively invite experts and scholars from various fields of the industry to conduct short-term research and lectures. The new NSYSU EMBA center that will be fully constructed next year will be able to thoroughly enrich students’ learning resources with upgraded teaching equipment, expert faculty, and international conferences.
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