Rise of the Asian MBA

The MBA is moving east. Demand for MBA courses is falling in the US, with applications at seven out of ten US business schools offering the qualification going down in 2018. But as the FT's Jonathan Moules explains, look east, particularly to China, and the demand for this degree is growing. Four Chinese institutions feature in this year's FT top 50 global MBA rankings.


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