The College of Management at National Sun Yat-sen University was ranked third in Taiwan by the Eduniversal Business School Ranking of the world’s 1000 best business schools. Along with National Chengchi University (NCCU), the College received 4 Palmes of Excellence. In early November, Eduniversal announced the 2022 Best Masters & MBAs Ranking, and a total of seven departments from Sun Yat-sen University made the list.
In the Eduniversal Best Masters list, seven departments in the College of Management have again made the list and almost all of them have moved up in the rankings. The College’s Master of Business Administration (Medical Management), the Institute of Human Resources Management, and the Institute of Marketing Communication have the honor of being the only departments in Taiwan in their respective categories to make the list. NSYSU’s EMBA program was ranked 28th in Far East Asia and 4th in Taiwan. The Department of Business Management’s MBA in Health Care Management program was ranked 90th in the world in the category of Health Management; the Institute of Human Resource Management was ranked 5th in Far East Asia in the category of Human Resource Management; the Institute of Marketing Communication was ranked 9th in Far East Asia in the Corporate Communication category; the Institute of Public Affairs Management was ranked 17th in Far East Asia and 2nd in Taiwan in the category of Public Administration/Management; the Department of Information Management was ranked 18th in Far East Asia and 6th in Taiwan for Information Systems Management, and the Department of Finance was ranked 26th in Far East Asia and 4th in Taiwan for Corporate Finance.
Eduniversal’s Best Masters rankings are based on a rigorous selection process, covering 54 fields of study over 154 countries in nine regions. The departments were selected from a pool of more than 1,800 schools. Not all of the schools surveyed by Eduniversal had departments that made the list. This shows once again that National Sun Yat-sen University is an outstanding business school with a consistently strong international presence. Shu-chuan Jennifer Yeh, Dean of the College of Management, NSYSU, said that this year, the College has performed outstandingly in the Eduniversal rankings. Not only has it continued to be recognized as a member of the 4 Palmes League, but all departments have also continued to perform well. She added that in the future, the College will continue to improve and innovate, and she looks forward to even brighter results next year.
Half of the department’s reputation score comes from employer evaluations of the department and the other half comes from the score of the business school to which it belongs. Salary of alumni’s first employment after graduation data are obtained from departmental data and verified by officials. Student satisfaction is based on a survey of students, which must be completed by at least 10% of the students in the department. Finally, the three scores are then summed for a total score of 1 to 15 points, and 1 to 4 stars are assigned based on the points. The Institute of Human Resource Management and the Institute of Marketing Communication of NSYSU’s College of Management were the only departments in Taiwan to receive the highest rating of four stars (12-15 points).
Eduniversal Best Masters Ranking 2022 – National Sun Yat-sen University Masters ranked: https://www.best-masters.com/master-at-national-sun-yatsen-university–college-of-management.html