#1 in Japan - QS Executive MBA Rankings 2020
QS has released a new Global Executive MBA 2019 Ranking, offering a unique insight into the relationship between business school choice and entrepreneurship. In the list released on June 30th, 2020, NUCB Business School was ranked as the #1 in Japan. In total over 300 schools were evaluated from 60 different countries. Our Executive MBA program is designed as an advanced management education for experienced professionals utilizing the practical approach of the case method in Nagoya, Osaka and Tokyo. We have proudly been positioned as follows:
+ #1 - Japan
+ #15 - Asia Pacific
+ #101 - Worldwide
The announcement follows the Global MBA 2018 ranking (https://mba.nucba.ac.jp/news/mba-qs-ranking.html) which also had NUCB Business School favorably ranked. Worldwide, about 20,000 business schools are said to exist. The QS Rankings is one measure that shows we are among the top-tier in high-quality education in addition to the two international accreditation (AACSB, AMBA). Our international presence and relationship global partners throughout the world are key to maintaining an honorable level of continuing education with a truly global perspective. Our institution channels this vision by educating business leaders with the "Frontier Spirit" that is the founding aim of NUCB Business School.
Source:QS Executive MBA Rankings 2020
The NUCB Business School's Executive MBA was the first domestic program designed for professionals with extensive practical (working) experience. The program was established in 2003 and certified by international accreditation of AACSB and AMBA shortly thereafter. At present, we offer the EMBA program at our three graduate campuses in Nagoya, Osaka and Tokyo. The average age of the participants in the program is 39 years old with more than 15 years of work experience. The program is highly flexible for such professionals, by being offered as a weekend-course curriculum with the opportunity to put the skills into practice immediately on weekdays between sessions.