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List of business schools in Asia

This page contains a list of business schools in Asia.

Bangladesh

Cambodia

Hong Kong

India

Indonesia

Israel

Japan

Kuwait

Macau

Malaysia

Myanmar

Pakistan

People's Republic of China

  • Beijing Institute of Technology (School of Management & Economics)
  • Beijing International MBA (BiMBA)
  • Beijing Normal University (School of Economics & Business Administration)
  • Beijing University of Technology (Economics & Management School)
  • China Europe International Business School (CEIBS)
  • Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB)
  • Dalian University of Technology (School of Management)
  • Dongbai University of Finance & Economics
  • East China Normal University (School of Business)
  • East China University of Science & Technology (School of Business)
  • Foshan University (Business School)
  • Fudan University (School of Management)
  • Harbin Institute of Technology (School of Management)
  • Hebei University of Engineering (School of Economy and Management)
  • Hult International Business School
  • Hunan Normal University (College of Commerce)
  • Jilin University (Business School)
  • Jinan University (Management School & International Business School)
  • Lanzou University (School of Management)
  • Macao Polytechnic Institute (School of Business)
  • Nankai University (School of Business)
  • Nanjing University (School of Business)
  • Nanjing University of Technology (College of Economics & Management)
  • Peking University (Peking University HSBC Business School; Beijing International MBA & Guanghua School of Management)
  • Renmin University of China (School of Business – 60 contacts)
  • Shanghai Jiao Tong University (Antai College of Economics & Management)
  • Shanghai University (School of Management)
  • Shanghai University of Finance & Economics
  • Shanghai Institute of Foreign Trade
  • Shantou University (Business School)
  • Shanxi University (School of Economics & Business Administration & School of Management)
  • Shenzhen University (School of Management)
  • South China University of Technology (School of Economics and Business Administration)
  • SouthEast University (School of Economics & Management)
  • Southwest Jiaotong University (School of Economics and Business Administration)
  • Southwestern University of Finance and Economics
  • Sun Yat Sen University (Business School & International Business School)
  • Tianjin University (Faculty of Management & Economics)
  • Tongji University (School of Economics & Management)
  • Tsinghua University (School of Economics & Management & School of Public Policy & Management)
  • University of Electronic Science & Technology (School of Economics & Management)
  • University of International Business & Economics (UIBE)(Business School)
  • Wuhan University (School of Economics & Management)
  • Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University (Department of Business, Economics & Management)
  • Xiamen University (School of Management)
  • Xidian University (School of Economics & Management)
  • Zhejiang Gongshang University (School of Business Administration)
  • Zhejiang University (School of Management)

Philippines

Singapore

Sri Lanka

South Korea

Taiwan

Thailand

United Arab Emirates

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