With the rapid growth and technological advancements, Asia has been emerging as a progressive region for further studies especially in the field of business management. With the reduced cost of living and lesser tuition fee compared to western nations, Asia offers top-class MBA programs which definitely give an edge in career prospects at a global arena. Women, in particular, prefer to study MBA in Asia for the ease of environment, and secure atmosphere as well. We bring you the list of top B-schools in Asia for women:
- INSEAD- Singapore: Europe’s leading business school opened its first management campus in Singapore back in the year 1999 thereby becoming the first business school to have two fully functional campuses with resident faculty. Located at the business hub of Singapore, INSEAD is home for MBA students belonging from 60 nationalities. The international student intake in INSEAD is quite impressive making it easier for students to interact with different cultural walks of life. INSEAD- Singapore ranked No. 1 in the CEOWORLD magazine’s ranking of the best business schools in the world 2019
- Indian Institute of Management- Ahmedabad, India: Located in the business hub state Gujarat, India- IIM is the most prestigious B-school in the world. Established way back in the year 1961 in collaboration with the Indian government and industrial sectors, to produce competent next-generation management leaders. The business school blends eastern traditional learning with western methodical ideas to create a fantastic course. IIM Ahmedabad ranked No. 21 in the CEOWORLD magazine’s ranking of the best business schools in the world 2019.
- Melbourne Business School: Being the largest management institution in Australia, Melbourne Business School is a great place for women to pursue an MBA. Melbourne is also voted as the world’s most lovable city to live by the Economist for great reasons. Being heaven for the art scene, plays, and many international festivals, it is a great place for pursuing business education and a secure place for women to live. Melbourne Business School ranked No. 60 in the CEOWORLD magazine’s ranking of the best business schools in the world 2019.
- NUS Business School, Singapore: With humble beginnings of only 20 students in the year 1965, NUS has grown a long way to become a top business school in Asia. The average work experience of students here is 5 years which gives an additional edge for students to interact with work environments. The international student intake here is also much high with 90% of students per class. NUS School of Business ranked No. 31 in the CEOWORLD magazine’s ranking of the best business schools in the world 2019.
- Indian School of Business, India: Established in 2001, with two campuses in Hyderabad and Ajitgarh, both the campuses are located in pristine environments and the average work experience of students here is five years and despite being a non-IIM institute, ISB has its own brand for producing global management leaders.
- Australian Graduate School of Management, Australia: With its location in the most friendly and livable cities in the world- Sydney, the campus is located minutes away from the coastline and Sydney harbor. The international student intake here is around 65% and half of the students’ occupancy is female. The average work experience for students here is seven that leads to much-grounded management classroom with experienced ideals being taught. Australian Graduate School of Management ranked No. 98 in the CEOWORLD magazine’s ranking of the best business schools in the world 2019.
- Nanyang Business School, Singapore: Fully integrated into a technological management center, Nanyang has quality research centers, innovational and student-friendly surroundings. The international student intake here is around 86% and the average work experience of the students in six years. Nanyang Business School ranked No. 49 in the CEOWORLD magazine’s ranking of the best business schools in the world 2019.
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