MBAChina named NYIT’s M.B.A. program in partnership with Jiangxi University of Finance and Economics (JUFE) one of its "Top Ten Most Popular Business Schools of 2016." A leading media organization, MBAChina ranks and covers M.B.A. programs and works closely with business school candidates and schools to create good matches between students and programs.
As for why they chose NYIT, the company wrote:
“…Students can enjoy in China the same curriculum system as if they were studying overseas; it is an excellent value. NYIT has already obtained AACSB certification, and students will receive MBA course study under the highest standard system in the world, and the cost-performance ratio is extremely good. It was among the Sino-foreign jointly run programs that first obtained State approval in 1998, and the program’s history is already long.”
NYIT’s program came in seventh and joins other universities such as China Europe International Business School; Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business; and Kedge Business School/Shanghai Jiaotong University. Rankings were published in July and based on an online survey.
Since 1997, NYIT has had an educational cooperation agreement with JUFE, a top university in its area of specialty. Student groups meet with faculty in Shanghai, Beijing, and Shenzhen for an intensive, rigorous degree program. NYIT was among the first universities to receive approval from the Ministry of Education to operate foreign degree programs in China.
By Julie Godsoe