By AIT Public Affairs
28 October 2023: The Asian Institute of Technology’s (AIT) Master’s in Business Administration (MBA) program, under the School of Management (SOM), has once again recognized by QS Global MBA Rankings 2024 as a high ranking program. In this latest ranking, it achieved the top position in Thailand for Employability and Diversity. In addition to this, the AIT MBA program is ranked top #200 globally, #23 in Asia (and paced #7 in Asia for Diversity).
According to the recent, AIT’s MBA program has been ranked among the top 200 globally, placing it at #23 in Asia. This achievement solidifies AIT’s standing as a prominent institution for business education in the region.
Furthermore, the AIT MSc in Business Analytics and Digital Transformation (BADT) has debuted in the QS Business Masters Rankings: Business Analytics. This program – established only in 2020 – has made an immediate impact, securing the #8 spot in Asia and earning a place among the Top 150 programs worldwide. AIT’s MSc in BADT is also recognized as the #1 program in Asia for Diversity.
The QS Global MBA Rankings 2024 assessed a total of 315 MBA programs worldwide, spanning across 47 countries. These rankings consider a comprehensive set of indicators, including Employability, Entrepreneurship and Alumni Outcomes, Return on Investment, Thought Leadership, and Class and Faculty Diversity.
AIT’s consistent top-tier performance across these metrics highlights its dedication to producing well-rounded and highly employable graduates.
AIT SOM’s interdisciplinary program is designed to equip students with practical tools to address complex, real-world business challenges. It integrates elements from operations management, economics, finance, strategy, marketing, leadership, and other management fields.
Furthermore, SOM fosters participatory learning and employs various interactive teaching methodologies to educate students on the latest management concepts, techniques, and tools. Its mission is to cultivate the strategic leaders of tomorrow’s corporate world within the pan-Asian and global contexts.