MBA Guide China - MBA and EMBA programs in Asia (Not including China)
AIM is the only school in Asia that uses participative learning almost exclusively. In recent years, experts like Henry Mintzberg of McGill and Warren Bennis of USC have criticized "classic" MBA design to be too "cookie-cutter" in approach.
INSEAD pioneered the world’s first accelerated MBA program almost 50 years ago, challenging participants to one year of concentrated study, rather than two drawn-out years. That challenge is now accepted by around 900 people annually – across the school’s September and January intakes.
Rated as the #1 Singapore School by Recruiters in Asia*, The NUS MBA develops students to be Global Business Leaders by providing them with rigorous, relevant and rewarding global business education, contextualised in diverse and dynamic Asia.