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Case Study: MBA Schools in Asia-Pacific
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The pursuit of a higher education degree in business is now international. A survey shows more and more Asians choose the master of business administration (MBA) degree route to corporate success. As a result, the number of applicants for MBA courses at Asia-Pacific schools continues to increase.
Across the region, thousands of Asians show an increasing willingness to temporarily shelve their careers and spend two years in pursuit of a theoretical business qualification. Courses in these schools are notoriously tough and include statistics, economics, banking, marketing, behavioral sciences, labor relations, decision making, strategic thinking, business law, and more.
After your MBA, you get a job at Bloomberg in its media division, Bloomberg Business. Your division publishes reviews and rankings for business schools in the US and internationally. Because of your strong analytical education from University of Phoenix, your boss assigns you to work on preparing an analysis for data gathered for leading business schools in the Asia-Pacific. The data set in the Excel® file shows some of the characteristics of the leading Asia-Pacific business schools.
Purpose of Assignment
The purpose of this assignment is to develop students’ analytical capabilities to evaluate, analyze, and apply descriptive statistics techniques to real-world datasets.
Resources: Microsoft Excel®, Case Study: MBA Schools in Asia-Pacific
Review the Case Study: MBA Schools in Asia-Pacific and the Case Study: MBA Schools in Asia-Pacific data set.
Prepare a 1,050-word managerial report for your boss.
Use the following questions for guidelines and directions on what to include in the report:
Format your assignment consistent with APA format.
|Business School||Full-Time Enrollment||Students per Faculty||Local Tuition ($)||Foreign Tuition ($)||Age||%Foreign||GMAT||English Test||Work Experience||Starting Salary ($)|
|Melbourne Business School||200||5||24,420||29,600||28||47||Yes||No||Yes||71,400|
|University of New South Wales (Sydney)||228||4||19,993||32,582||29||28||Yes||No||Yes||65,200|
|Indian Institute of Management (Ahmedabad)||392||5||4,300||4,300||22||0||No||No||No||7,100|
|Chinese University of Hong Kong||90||5||11,140||11,140||29||10||Yes||No||No||31,000|
|International University of Japan (Niigata)||126||4||33,060||33,060||28||60||Yes||Yes||No||87,000|
|Asian Institute of Management (Manila)||389||5||7,562||9,000||25||50||Yes||No||Yes||22,800|
|Indian Institute of Management (Bangalore)||380||5||3,935||16,000||23||1||Yes||No||No||7,500|
|National University of Singapore||147||6||6,146||7,170||29||51||Yes||Yes||Yes||43,300|
|Indian Institute of Management (Calcutta)||463||8||2,880||16,000||23||0||No||No||No||7,400|
|Australian National University (Canberra)||42||2||20,300||20,300||30||80||Yes||Yes||Yes||46,600|
|Nanyang Technological University (Singapore)||50||5||8,500||8,500||32||20||Yes||No||Yes||49,300|
|University of Queensland (Brisbane)||138||17||16,000||22,800||32||26||No||No||Yes||49,600|
|Hong Kong University of Science and Technology||60||2||11,513||11,513||26||37||Yes||No||Yes||34,000|
|Macquarie Graduate School of Management (Sydney)||12||8||17,172||19,778||34||27||No||No||Yes||60,100|
|Chulalongkorn University (Bangkok)||200||7||17,355||17,355||25||6||Yes||No||Yes||17,600|
|Monash Mt. Eliza Business School (Melbourne)||350||13||16,200||22,500||30||30||Yes||Yes||Yes||52,500|
|Asian Institute of Management (Bangkok)||300||10||18,200||18,200||29||90||No||Yes||Yes||25,000|
|University of Adelaide||20||19||16,426||23,100||30||10||No||No||Yes||66,000|
|Massey University (Palmerston North, New Zealand)||30||15||13,106||21,625||37||35||No||Yes||Yes||41,400|
|Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology||30||7||13,880||17,765||32||30||No||Yes||Yes||48,900|
|Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies (Bombay)||240||9||1,000||1,000||24||0||No||No||Yes||7,000|
|Curtin Institute of Technology (Perth)||98||15||9,475||19,097||29||43||Yes||No||Yes||55,000|
|Lahore University of Management Sciences||70||14||11,250||26,300||23||2.5||No||No||No||7,500|
|Universiti Sains Malaysia (Penang)||30||5||2,260||2,260||32||15||No||Yes||Yes||16,000|
|De La Salle University (Manila)||44||17||3,300||3,600||28||3.5||Yes||No||Yes||13,100|
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