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NTU Index Ranks Suzhou First for Public Service
Source: Channel New Asia.com http://www.channelnewsasia.com/stories/singaporelocalnews/view/1082136/1/.html
Source Date: Sunday, September 19, 2010
Focus: Institution and HR Management
Created: Sep 20, 2010

China's Suzhou has been ranked first for overall public service, according to a study by the Nanyang Technological University (NTU).

A joint research project by NTU's Nanyang Centre for Public Administration (NCPA) and Xiamen University's School of Public Affairs, the Lien Public Service Excellence Index for Chinese Cities ranked the top 10 Chinese cities in various aspects of public service quality.

Thirty-two major Chinese cities were included in the research.

The Index is commissioned by an endowment from Singapore philanthropic house Lien Foundation. The endowment enables NCPA to continue the rankings on an annual basis.

As NTU marks the 20th anniversary of Singapore-China ties, it also held the inaugural Asia-Pacific Mayors' Forum and NTU's fifth China Convocation for China graduates in Guangzhou on Sunday.

This year, NTU saw its largest cohort of 331 China graduates completing its six China-focused Masters programmes.

These are Master of Science in Managerial Economics (MME), Master of Public Administration (MPA), Nanyang EMBA, Master of Science in Technopreneurship and Innovation, Master in Educational Administration and Master of Science in Finance programmes.
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