Where should you earn your MBA? We explore the best countries for b-schools in this handy infographic, created from the Job & Salary Trends Report 2013/2014 carried out by QSTopMBA.com.
India was a close second with a 29 per cent expected increase in MBA applicants.
Surprisingly, the United States was predicted to achieve only a 2 per cent rise in 2013 applications, despite boasting a majority of the world's top MBA Ranking
Reasons for growth in Asia cited in the survey include high-ranking programs, an array of international student scholarships on offer and high economic growth. The Asian economies have typically expanded 10 per cent annually for a number of years.
This survey follows a report by BusinessBecause
detailing the growing trend of MBAs looking to Asia
for careers. Many students and b-schools claim that an MBA in Asia will boost your career