ACEM Executive Education Ranked #1 in Asia for 3rd Straight Year

General Press Releases Thursday May 18, 2017 13:55
SHANGHAI--18 May--PRNewswire/InfoQuest

Antai College of Economics and Management's (ACEM) customised programmes have been ranked No.8 in the world and best in Asia by Financial Times (FT) executive education ranking 2017. Up one place from the ninth last year, it is the third year in a row that the college has climbed in customised programme ranking.

ACEM has also entered open-enrolment programme ratings for the first time and came in at 32 worldwide.
The overall ranking calculated from both customised and open listings placed the college at No.15 in the world.
FT rankings measure the quality of both programmes based on participants' and clients' satisfaction and the schools' academic and comprehensive strength.

Since first entering customised rankings in 2015, ACEM has achieved continued progress and maintained its standing as top executive education provider in Asia. Its tailor-made programmes, offered to corporate customers after detailed consultation, are highly regarded in key criteria - the best in the world in future use and top two in value for money for two consecutive years.

Clients also praised the courses' follow-up and teaching methods and material (both No.4 worldwide), and its unique combination of global and local methods.

'The college's image, as well as its courses, case studies and teaching all have a modern and international feeling to it, which appeals to a new generation of young executives in our firm. But studying here is definitely not "learning everything west", rather there is considerable focus on domestic best practices,' said one client from an international banking company.

In light of China's 'Belt and Road Initiative', ACEM has launched new programmes including course for Chinese businessmen in ASEAN in Singapore, origin of the Maritime Silk Road, and the customised programme for TBEA, a key manufacturer based in Xinjiang, starting point of the Silk Road Economic Belt to meet the demands of related countries.

In open-enrolment courses available to all working managers, ACEM has also made an impressive start, came in at No.32 as a first-time entrant, which, when combined with customised rating, saw the college standing at No.15 in the world. Follow-up support (No.2 in the world) for open courses was also particularly highlighted by students.

"Sustained good performance in FT rankings confirmed the college's leading position and further proved its strength and standard in the field of executive education," said ACEM Dean Zhou Lin.

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