ACEM Ranked 33rd Worldwide in FT Masters in Management Ranking 2016

SHANGHAI, Sept. 26, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Antai College of Economics & Management (ACEM)’s Master of Management Science and Engineering programme continues its upward momentum and has reachedNo. 33 in the world in this year’s FT Master in Management (MiM) ranking, climbing 3 places over 2015 and among the world’s top 50 for 8 consecutive years.

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Switzerland’s University of St. Gallen dominates the table for the 6th year in a row, with French institutions HEC Paris and ESSEC Business School each repeating last year’s achievements, earning second and third places respectively.

Shanghai-based Tongji University’s School of Economics & Management entered the global top 50 for the first time with a No. 50 ranking, while South-western University of Finance and Economics in Sichuan province came in at No. 90.

Despite increasing competition with 90 participating programmes – up from 85 last year and 70 in 2014 – ACEM maintains its outstanding performance in career development, sustaining a 100% employment rate within 3 months after graduation, best in the world in this criterion. It is also ranked No. 1 in Value for Money.

The index of Aims Achieved remains high at 88%, while that of Careers Rank jumped 11 places to No. 27, and Company Internships advanced 19 percent to 100%, reflecting steady growth in internship placements and career building.

As a programme with a special focus on academic training, we lay extra emphasis on teaching fundamental management know-how and keeping students updated with the latest development in the field.

“We strive to enhance the core competence of our students by working at the forefront of management science and making timely adjustments to course structures and contents,” says Wan Guohua, Associate Dean in charge of international development.

In the past few years, ACEM has been drawing experiences from top business schools in the world and constantly improving the curriculum, combining time-tested management theories with up-to-date studies in Big Data and the Internet, and complementing classroom learning with first-hand work experiences.

It has made it a key point to go global. Educating local talents with an eye for the world market on the one hand, while building up reputation overseas on the other. Its Master of International Business (MIB) programme integrates top-quality business education with unique insights into Chinese culture and society has proved a hit for aspiring young leaders all over the world.

Contact: Julia, +86-186-0177-6422, wliye@sjtu.edu.cn