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  About the Rutgers Executive MBA Program in Singapore At Asia’s crossroads, Singapore is a dynamic and vibrant setting in which to live, work, and learn.  The Rutgers Executive MBA Program allows talented managers to complete a fully-accredited MBA degree from Rutgers University in just...

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Rutgers Executive MBA ranked #20 in the U.S. by the Financial Times

Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Rutgers EMBA graduates three years after graduation saw a 49% increase in their salary, ranking #8 in the U.S., with EMBA alumnus averaging $169,010, good for #16 in the U.S. according to the survey. Rutgers EMBA also earned high marks for "corporate strategy," ranking #9 in the world according to the Financial Times.

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Rutgers Executive MBA ranked #2 in economics in the world, #19 overall in the US by Financial Times

Friday, October 25, 2013

Rutgers Executive MBA program was ranked #19 in the U.S., according to the 2013 ranking by the Financial Times. Rutgers EMBA program moved up four places in the U.S. in the annual ranking of the Top 100 Executive MBA programs in the world. In addition, Rutgers EMBA was ranked #2 in the world in economics.

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Financial Times ranks Rutgers Executive MBA #23 in US

Monday, November 12, 2012

The Executive MBA (EMBA) program at Rutgers Business School is ranked #23 in the U.S., according to the 2012 ranking by The Financial Times. The program moved up one spot in the annual ranking of Executive MBA programs tailored especially for working professionals.

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Faculty Insight: The fuss about the debt ceiling

Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Professor Farrokh Langdana discusses the debate about the debt ceiling and what President Obama should do about it.

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Completing Rutgers International Executive MBA degree tougher than surviving gun battles, floods and below zero temperatures

Thursday, March 3, 2011

Ramsey Rayyis has survived shelling in Croatia, driving aid convoys through gun battles in the Republic of Georgia and delivering food via reindeer sled in Russia’s Arctic North in negative 45 degree weather. But it wasn’t until the American Red Cross aide worker enrolled in Rutgers Business School’s International Executive MBA program in China that things got really challenging.

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Rutgers IEMBA grad battles "mother nature" in Mongolia for Red Cross

Monday, December 13, 2010

People from across Mongolia travel to the monument of Eej Khad, or Mother Rock, to ask for their wishes to come true. They bring offerings of biscuits, milk and rice, as well as traditional drinks to splash at her feet, before walking three-times clockwise around her temple whispering their dreams into her ears.

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Dean Lifei Wang honored and named RBS Distinguished Visiting Scholar

Monday, August 16, 2010

On August 13th, Dean Cooper, faculty and other members of the Rutgers Business School community welcomed and recognized Dean Lifei Wang of the University of International Business and Economics (UBIE), a global partner and supporter of RBS, to the 1 Washington Park Executive Boardroom.

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RBS alum Mei Wei Cheng to take over as President and CEO of Siemens China and North East Asia

Wednesday, May 26, 2010

RBS Alumnus Mei Wei Cheng (EMBA '99) will succeed Dr. Richard Hausmann as President and CEO of Siemens Ltd., China and CEO North East Asia.

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French-Canadian finds dreams come true pursuing Rutgers International Executive MBA

Thursday, March 11, 2010

In 2008, when I decided to come to Beijing to study an International Executive MBA with Rutgers Business School, it was not a spontaneous decision.

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