SHANGHAI, May 25, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Antai College of Economics and Management (ACEM) has achieved new successes in the Financial Times (FT) rankings of executive education customized programs 2016, standing at No.9, rising six places from last year, continuously holding the top spot in Asia and entering global top 10 for the first time.
FT rankings are renowned worldwide for its stringent criteria and high standards. The 2016 ranking lists 85 customized programs and 75 open-enrollment programs throughout the world. Key indicators for customized programs consist of corporate surveys, ten indexes rated by companies that commissioned executive courses, and five criteria reported by business schools.
The college became the worldwide leader in Value for Money, a rating for the program's design, teaching and materials, and likelihood of Future Use, which measures the clients' willingness to reuse the same program or re-commission the same school for other customized programs in the future.
ACEM also scored high in such areas as Follow-up (No.2 in the world), which evaluates the extent and effectiveness of follow-up offered after the course participants returned to their workplaces, along with Preparation, Program design, Teaching methods & materials and Faculty (all ranked No.7).
'Executive education is an effective platform for ACEM to undertake social responsibility and support business development. The program aims at educating innovative leaders capable of pioneering in today's business practices and shaping the future of the world. We help enhance corporate competitiveness and promote economic development by fostering better executives,' said Dean Zhou Lin.
Executive education offers non-degree programs in business training either tailor-made for corporate customers or available to all managers. ACEM is dedicated to facilitating collaborations between universities, governments and businesses and establishing creative education models. From analyzing macro-economic policies to adopting supply-side reform, from Internet+ and industry upgrading to shifting business models in the age of new media, from talent rearing and long-term incentive building to applying cutting-edge technology to day-to-day company management. ACEM has provided first-class executive training to more than 1,000 companies and 80,000 students.
ACEM's executive program let participants learn to resolve disputes between official policies and business operations, reflect on the pros and cons of government decision making and company transformation, and search for viable solutions and creative management ideas. The research and consulting arm was set up, conducting an in-depth survey of companies and timely analysis on hot business issues under the support of an elite team of experts, and forging productive strategic partnerships with many new clients.
The program has also been admitted as the latest member to The International University Consortium for Executive Education, a global consortium of business-school-based executive education organizations aiming at enhancing global organizational performances.
Following the One Belt One Road Initiative launched by the Chinese government, the executive education team has also successfully held four highly-praised ASEAN CEO Programs in Singapore, helping local businessmen gain a better understanding of the Chinese market. Programs in places such as Malaysia and Indonesia are in the pipe line.
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SOURCE Antai College of Economics and Management, Shanghai Jiao Tong University