CUHK Global EMBA Rankings 2019 | CUHK Business School
CUHK 4th top EMBA Ranking university in Asia Pacific
Global EMBA Rankings 2019: CUHK EMBA ranks 4th in Asia Pacific over 24th in the QS Global Executive MBA Rankings 2019, with full score in Career Outcomes, Diversity and Executive Profile.
In April of 2019, the CUHK was declared as one of the top EMBA Ranking universities in Asia, out of over 150 other EMBA programmes on none other than the Quacquarelli Symonds Global Executive MBA Rankings 2019 list.
Rising through the global ranks
The Chinese University of Hong Kong’s EMBA Ranking has drastically improved in the previous year, moving past its previous rank as the 38th top EMBA Hong Kong degree provider to an astonishing 24th EMBA Ranking as of 2019. Climbing the chart, going past 14 other universities claiming a top spot in the global EMBA Ranking, the CUHK has proven time and again its dedication to building up the future leaders in business.
Out of 156 EMBA programmes throughout the world, the CUHK secured its spot as a top EMBA Ranking university globally at the 24th spot, and in Asia one of the top four.
Gaining top EMBA Ranking in Asia and the world
Determining the rankings of each EMBA university is done through a process that spans 5 years. Over those 5 years, two surveys are administered to gather information on individuals that hold an EMBA degree. Further data is gathered from the universities as well. All of this information is collated and used to curate and rank universities that have EMBA programmes. Holding a top rank on the list means more than just prestige for the universities. Being a top EMBA ranking university means that the CUHK is able to produce graduates with desirable:
Salary uplift opportunities
Promotions as early as the first year of employment
Opportunities in diversity
What it means to be a top EMBA Ranking university
The Chinese University of Hong Kong has established a reputation that no other Asian university can compare with. EMBA Hong Kong degree holders are highly sought after not only in Asia but all over the world. The recently released EMBA Ranking list is an indication of the commitment that the CUHK stands behind in paving the way for EMBA Hong Kong graduates. To be a part of the prestigious top EMBA Ranking universities in Asia and the world means that the CUHK produces graduates that are able to maintain positive relationships and reputations.
Without the recommendation of leaders in business and management, graduates of the CUHK have no chance of making it on the list. But because of the superb performance of every EMBA Hong Kong degree holder that the Chinese University of Hong Kong has built up through its efforts and its international exchange programmes, the university is not only able to make it on the list but also to secure its position near the very top.
Maintaining top EMBA Ranking status
The average salary and increase in salary for graduates is also a heavy consideration to be chosen as one of the top EMBA Ranking universities. With an education from the CUHK, salaries and raise opportunities for EMBA Hong Kong graduates are on a constant rise, allowing the university to stay at the top of the EMBA Ranking lists of the world and in Asia.
Building up leaders in business
The Chinese University of Hong Kong’s current ranking on the Quacquarelli Symonds Global Executive MBA Rankings is evidence of the university’s commitment to producing EMBA Hong Kong graduates that are ready to innovate and lead, no matter where they are in the world. The CUHK has stayed true to its mission and vision and continues to work towards cultivating the entrepreneurial mindset in more of Asia’s youth and future through innovation and commitment to their social responsibility.
The Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) Global Executive MBA Rankings 2019 was released on 16 April 2019. The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) Business School’s Executive MBA Programme has moved up 14 places to 24th, making it one of the top four EMBA programmes in Asia Pacific.
This year, a total of 156 EMBA programmes in the world were ranked, 22 of which are joint EMBA programmes, and they were surveyed between December 2018 and February 2019. CUHK EMBA got an overall score of 76.6 and a full score in three indicators including Career Outcomes, Diversity and Executive Profile.
The ranking uses a methodology which takes into consideration each business school’s reputation among academics and employers, as well as the demographics of its EMBA cohort, salary uplift post-graduation and more. It combines input from thought leaders in business and management alongside the perceptions of global employers who recruit from the world’s best EMBA programmes, and is further enhanced by programme-specific indicators.
Data is collected from two long-standing QS surveys – the QS Global Employer Survey and the QS Academic Survey. The responses from these surveys span a total of five years, with responses from more recent years having greater weighting. In addition to these surveys, schools were asked to submit data pertaining to their EMBA programmes covering a variety of topics.
The QS Employer Survey and Academic Survey account for 30 percent and 25 percent of the ranking weight, respectively. Executive Profile, which includes average years’ work experience, managerial experience, and c-suite experience make up 15 percent of the ranking weight. Career Outcomes make up 20 percent of the ranking weight, which includes salary uplift within a year of graduation, as well as the percentage of students who were promoted within a year of graduation. The remaining 10 percent of the ranking weight is Diversity of class, which includes both the representation levels of women and number of nationalities among a programme’s students.
For details, please visit www.topmba.com/emba-rankings/global/2019.