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UPDATED: 17:01, October 25, 2005
CEIBS ranked among the top 15 EMBA
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"Our EMBA courses jumped once again to the 7th place in the yearly British Financial Times business school rankings, and are ranked the13th in the global rankings", disclosed Zhang Weijiong, vice-president of Shanghai's China Europe International Business School (CEIBS), on October 24. This is the first time that the school has entered into the top 15 in the world. It is learned that the school's EMBA has entered the top 50 for five consecutive years and was ranked 20th in 2004, according to the International Finance News on October 25.

"The first 15 are the highest business schools in the world. This shows that CEIBS has been ranked among the world's top schools and is the most suitable choice for the students in Asia", said Angela Watkins, Financial Times' marketing director in Asia.

The new rankings not only let CEIBS exceed many famous international schools that have come to China to run schools, such as the Marshall School of Business under the University of Southern California (ranked 23rd), but also let it surpass many famous first-class European and American business schools such as the International Institute for Management Development in Lausanne, Switzerland (18th).

According to Watkins, the rankings are mainly based on the three aspects of students' professional development, schools' diversity with internationalized experiences they offered, and schools' academic output and researches. The data come from busine

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