NSYSU’s EMBA program, a preferred choice for high-level executives and business owners, has consistently received international recognition. This year, it has firmly secured its place among the top 100 in the world. The university’s College of Management EMBA program ranked 88th in the respected 2023 Financial Times Global Executive MBA Ranking, marking it as the only Taiwanese institution on the list. The program’s alumni have contributed to this achievement with their outstanding corporate performances.
NSYSU’s College of Management has received numerous international honors and accreditations, consistently featuring in the Eduniversal Top 1000 Business School Ranking and advancing to 4 Palmes of Excellence since 2019, ranking third in Taiwan. In 2020, the college received its fourth AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business) accreditation, affirming its international stature and the quality of its teaching and research.
Dean Shu-Chuan Yeh of the College of Management expressed pride in the continuous international recognition and the program’s unique position in Taiwan. She emphasized the commitment to maintaining these achievements and aiming for further success.
EMBA CEO Hao-Chieh Lin highlighted the program’s resilience during the pandemic, noting increased enrollment as a testament to its efforts and support from the business community. Established in 1998 as the first EMBA program in Southern Taiwan, it has focused on gathering top business talents and developing courses that integrate leading global management practices. It also offers extensive international exchange opportunities, including overseas study and immersive teaching experiences with global industry leaders.
Moreover, in response to the growing integration of human resources and markets across Greater China, Southeast Asia, and the Asia-Pacific region, the university launched the Asia-Pacific EMBA (APEMBA) in 2005. In 2011, it partnered with Tongji University in Shanghai to establish the Cross-strait EMBA (CSEMBA), addressing the trends in high-tech network integration between Taiwan and China.
Over the years, the NSYSU EMBA has fostered numerous high-potential managers, contributing to sustainable business practices and achieving mutual benefits for academia and industry.
Financial Times EMBA Ranking – NSYSU EMBA Among Top Ten in Asia for Salary Growth Achievement Rate
In the Financial Times EMBA Ranking, NSYSU’s EMBA program is noted for its salary growth and high alumni satisfaction. The 21st cohort (graduated in 2020) saw a 57% salary increase three years post-graduation, with an average annual salary of $206,154 (approximately 6,651,558 TWD). The program ranked among the top ten in Asia for its aim achievement rate of 71%, demonstrating the significant positive impact of its diverse curriculum on students’ career development.
Alumni satisfaction with the program is high in Asia, ranking third overall, only behind the Kellogg-HKUST EMBA and the IMD EMBA program in Singapore. In the 2023 Financial Times Global EMBA Rankings, the top three programs are the Kellogg-HKUST EMBA, the China Europe International Business School (CEIBS) EMBA, and the ESCP Business School EMBA.
EMBA 21st Cohort alumna Shu-Chen Hsueh, Chairperson of Sun Yat-sen Sunshine Care Association, led a fundraising for New Year’s red envelopes for children supported by the Taiwan Fund for Children and Families.
🏆 Announcement of the Financial Times 2023 Global Top 100 EMBA Rankings:
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