Biz Alumni   23 July 2018
Life as a PhD student: You Can Have It All
Sarah’s curiosity led her to the world of academia. After graduating from NUS with a double degree in business administration and chemical engineering in 2012, Sarah joined Unilever working in various roles, including procurement. She never planned to become an academic, but one year working in the private sector left…
NUS MBA   23 July 2018
Studying for an MBA in Asia’s leading business school
Merging East and West, the NUS MBA curriculum integrates Western business models and leadership tenets from a distinctly Asian perspective. Hailing from the Philippines, Elle Lexine Lim (Class of 2018) found the right balance with the NUS MBA programme, and the rest, they say is history. Elle shares why enrolling in…
Biz Alumni   20 July 2018
Commencement 2018: Embracing the spirit of learning
More than 900 students from the Doctorate, Masters and Bachelor cohorts graduated from NUS Business School on 18 July 2018. The Commencement ceremony’s guest speakers and valedictorians share a common message to the Class of 2018 – embrace a spirit of lifelong learning. The graduating students are starting on a…
Masters   16 July 2018
Connecting analytics to business
After graduating with a Mechanical Engineering degree, finding a job in the world of analytics was the last thing Abhishek Roy expected.  However, the opportunity with Mu Sigma, an analytics company in India intrigued and inspired him to improve his quantitative skills and understanding of machine learning. “Leveraging the smartest…
Masters   10 July 2018
A tale of two business schools
The K-A Bonnier International Fellows Programme incorporates a collaboration with NUS Business School and Stockholm School of Economics (SSE). Students will study for a year at SSE and another year at NUS enrolled under the MSc Management programme , and will gain two Master degrees. The programme aims to promote business activity between…
Biz Alumni   09 July 2018
Caring for the disadvantaged in Kenya
Accounting alum Gabriel Teo (class of 1988) was all set for a professional career until a trip to Kenya changed everything. After graduating in 1988, Gabriel visited his brother in Kenya, who was there for a church mission. The visit was an eye-opening one.  Things he had taken for granted…