In the Financial Times' (FT) Global MBA Ranking 2021 published in February 2021, NTU's Nanyang Business School was ranked 37th position in the world. The average weighted annual salary three years after graduation is US$134,213 with a salary increase of 107%.
In the global ranking of full-time Master in Business Administration (MBA) programmes published by The Economist (EIU) in January 2021, NTU's Nanyang Business School has maintained the rank of top business school in Singapore for the 15th consecutive years. NTU's overall rank has jumped up by 35 places to 38th position in the world. It was ranked 1st position in Asia.
In the 6th THE World's Most International Universities 2021 released in January 2021, NTU was ranked 9th position from 10th position last year.
In the 12th QS Asian University Rankings (AUR) released in November 2020, NTU was ranked 3rd position. Its research impact indicator, normalised citations per paper was ranked 1st position for fifth consecutive year.
In the 7th U.S. News Best Global Universities Rankings 2020/21 published in October 2020, NTU’s overall rank moved up five places to 38th position and remained 3rd position in Asian order rank. NTU's Material Science, Nanoscience & Nanotechnology and Energy & Fuels subjects were ranked 1st position globally. NTU had 8 subjects ranked in Top 10, up from 5 subjects in 2019. See table below for the NTU subjects that were ranked in the top 10 in the world:
|Materials Science||1 *|
|Nanoscience & Nanotechnology||1 *|
|Energy and Fuels||1 *|
|Chemical Engineering||3 *|
|Electrical & Electronic ||4 *|
|Computer Science||7 *|
In the QS MBA ranking published in Sep 2020, Nanyang MBA jumped up 13 places to 30th position in rank. It was also ranked 2nd position in Asia for programmes offered by a single university. The Nanyang MBA is ranked highly for thought leadership (24th position) and diversity (29th) internationally. The programme's biggest improvements are in the Return on Investment and Employability indicators, which jumped 37 places and 10 places respectively to 44th and 39th positions. The Return on Investment indicator measures the average return on investment and payback period achieved by graduates, while the Employability score is based on employers' reputation and employment rate.
In the Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings (WUR) 2020/21 published in September 2020, NTU was ranked 47th position in the world. Its Citation per Paper indicator continued to be ranked top in Singapore. NTU had moved up by 126 places over the past 10 years.
In the 18th ShanghaiRankings’s Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU) 2020 released in August 2020, NTU was ranked 91st position in the world. Its Highly Cited Researchers (HiCi) indicator score was ranked 33rd position in the world and 2nd position in Asian order rank. Its HiCi indicator continued to be ranked top in Singapore. NTU had jumped up by 99 places over the past 5 years.
In the 17th QS World University Rankings (WUR) published in June 2020, NTU was ranked 13th position in the world and it continued to be the only young university to be ranked in Top 15 globally in the last 5 years. NTU continued to be ranked 1st position in Singapore in normalized citations per faculty.
In the 8th Times Higher Education (THE) Asian University Rankings (AUR) published in June 2020, NTU was ranked 6th position in Asia. NTU continued to be ranked 1st position in Singapore in research citations per paper since 2014.
In the 10th QS World University Rankings (WUR) Top 50 Under 50 rankings published in June 2020, NTU continued to be ranked 1st position for seven consecutive years among the world’s young (under 50 years) universities
- In the 9th Times Higher Education (THE) Young University Rankings released in June 2020, NTU’s overall rank moved up by one place to 2nd position in the world.
In the 5th ShanghaiRanking’s Global Ranking of Academic Subjects (GRAS) 2020 published in June 2020, NTU’s Nanoscience & Nanotechnology and Energy Science & Engineering subjects continued to rank 1st position for four consecutive years. NTU had 10 subjects ranked in Top 10, up from 5 subjects in 2019. See table below for the NTU subjects that were ranked in the top 50:
|Nanoscience & Nanotechnology||1 *||Civil||12 *|
|Energy Science||1 *||Chemical||16 |
|Telecommunication||6 *||Marine/Ocean||23 |
|Instruments Science & Technology||6 *||Mechanical||34*|
|Material Science||8 *||Biomedical||35 |
|Computer Science||8 *||Aerospace||37 *|
|Automation & Control||9 *||Library & Information Science||41 |
|Communication||9 *||Finance||42 |
|Chemistry||10 *||Management||46 |
|Transportation Science||10 *||Education||48 *|
|Electrical & Electronic||11(2)*|||||
| Note: [ ] refers to Asian order rank. * refers to No. 1 in Singapore|