The world is getting used to hearing that Asia is once again reclaiming its place on the international stage. One telling sign that things are moving eastwards is the massive demand in high quality managers in Asia, particularly MBA alumni.
The TopMBA.com Jobs and Salary Trends Report reveals that, out of the top 10 countries in the world for MBA demand, three of them are in Asia. India, ranked first by the report, has reportedly grown by 57% in demand for MBAs, Japan 27%, and China 14%.
"Even prior to the global financial crisis, Asia was growing at an astonishing rate, fuelled by foreign investment and outbound exports," says professor Lydia Price, associate dean and academic director of CEIBS' MBA program.
"Since the [financial] crisis, the trend has accelerated." Read more about the MBA in Asia >