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Mainland China and South Korea make marks in FT's MBA ranking

Shanghai schools Ceibs and Fudan rise as students gravitate to Asia

Fudan University School of Management jumped into eighth place in Asia. (Courtesy of Fudan University)

TOKYO -- Business schools in mainland China and South Korea are climbing the international ranks, as institutions rush to meet demand for degrees that will help graduates navigate uncertainty and harness Asia's prosperity.

One mainland Chinese school broke into the global top five in the latest Financial Times MBA ranking, while another cracked the Asian top 10. So although one fewer Chinese school made the global top 100 compared with last year, the country's premier institutions are becoming more competitive.

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