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Asia schools itself in the art of business

Regional MBA programs shine as demand for education soars

Graduation day at the HKUST Business School (Photo courtesy of HKUST)

SINGAPORE/HONG KONG There are plenty of metrics to chart Asia's economic rise over the last two decades, ranging from economic growth rates and industrial output to tourist numbers and car sales. Less noticed, but just as striking, is the emergence of around a dozen first-rate Asian business schools.

According to the Financial Times* global ranking of Master of Business Administration courses -- an annual league table based on jobs found and money earned by graduates -- 11 Asian business schools feature in the top 50 this year (including INSEAD, founded in France in 1957, but now French-Asian, with a campus in Singapore since 2000).

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