International recruiters these days are more likely hiring candidates who have done MBA from the top notch B-schools which are more highlighted into their MBA ranking. As MBA is the core program that ensures remarkable success in terms of business or to build leadership among candidates, the selection of choosing the right B-school is equally important. If you are seeking for the right B-school in ASIAN countries to pursue your MBA, here we have the list of top 4 Asia Pacific b-schools along with the detailed information of their acceptance rate analysis which you consider while applying.

  1. NUS Business School

NUS is proud to be ranked second position this year for the city-state ‘Singapore’ which literally means the lion city. NUS, which was established in 2002 also ranks second in QS University rankings out of the institution list in ASIA. The full time NUS MBA program has been active since 1985 and currently having the former central bank governors of both India and Japan as the faculty members.

NationalUniversityofSingapore.svgAcceptance Rate Analysis:

  • Annual Enrollment: 120
  • Total Applicants: 1,324
  • Acceptance Rate: 16%
  • Average GMAT: 662
  • Average Work Experience: 5 years
  • Employed After Graduation: 98%
  1. HKUST Business School

HKUST Business School is ranked 15thby the FT rankings this year, ranks 1 in Asia-Pacific for the 6th time in last 7 years. The school was founded only in 1991 and offers an executive MBA for the sponsored students in collaboration with Kellogg School of Management in addition to its full time MBA program.

hkustAcceptance rate Analysis:

  • Annual Enrollment: 113
  • Total Applicants: 403
  • Percent Accepted: 50%
  • Average GMAT: 662
  • Average Work Experience: 60-70 months
  • Employed After Graduation: 78%
  1. NTU Business School, Singapore

Nanyang Business School is up from 29th to 24thand 3rd position in Asia Pacific this year. The school of Accountancy and Business at Nanyang Technology University had started offering MBA program in 1991 later it was renamed as Nanyang Business School in 1995. Recently the school has featured among the top three business institutions from outside the US and Europe in the list of top 35 places to study for graduates looking for post-MBA jobs in investment banking. The school is also known to offer double MBA program leading to two degrees with Waseda Business School.

1200px-Nanyang_Technological_University.svgAcceptance rate Analysis:

  • Applicants: 901 (13% Admitted)
  • Full-Time MBA: 157 Students
  • Average GMAT: 670
  • Median GMAT: 665
  • Average Age: 29
  • Average Work Experience: 72 Months
  • % Students who are Women: 30%
  • % Students who are International: 89%
  1. SMU Business School

The Singapore Management University’s (SMU) Lee Kong Chian School of Business (LKCSB)  recognised as one of the top three in the financial times masters in finance rankings 2017, 3rd in the world and 1st in Asia for its MSC in wealth management (post-experience ranking) & 4th among Asian Business Schools for its MSc in Applied Finance (Pre-experience Ranking). It’s the only institutions in ASIA. This is the 3rd time SMU is featured in both the Pre- and Post-experience rankings. It has the highest number of acceptance rate with total whopping percentage of 49%…

SMUAcceptance rate Analysis:

  • Acceptance Rate: 49%
  • Average GMAT: 660
  • Average Undergraduate GPA: 3.3
  • Median GMAT: 590-710
  • Full-Time MBA: 282 Students
  • Applicants: 606 (37% admitted)
  • Average Age: 30
  • Average Work Experience: 4.4 years
  • Rolling Admissions: No
  • % Students who are Women: 35%
  • % Students who are International: 65%