Student Exchange Programme (SEP) is designed to add an international flavour to the academic experience for BBA and MBA students.Each year some 400 students would travel to some 120 universities, spending a semester abroad taking modules in their second or third year.
Students gain valuable international exposure when studying and living in a foreign country, enriching their academic life and enhancing their personal development.
At the Grand Canyon where behind Marzouq was a few thousand feet drop!
For BBA Year 3 Ahamed Marzouq, SEP gave him the opportunity to experience a completely different learning environment, pick up life skills as well as develop an awareness and appreciation of other cultures. Outside-In spoke to him on what it was like for him studying in the US. Continue reading →
At NUS Business School, learning takes place inside and outside of the classroom. A group of year one BBA marketing undergraduates went for a behind-the-scenes tour at Unilever. The students caught a glimpse of how classroom theories are being implemented in businesses. They also get to hear from their Bizad senior, Minh Nguyen, on his personal experiences from what’s it like working in such FMCG organisations.
BBA year 1 marketing students getting a treat at Unilever’s famed free flow Ben & Jerry’s ice cream
As part of the NUS MBA experience, the Management Practicum module incorporates real opportunities that allows students to directly apply concepts and theories acquired in the classroom to real-life business situation.
A recent collaboration with Japan Airlines (JAL) and MBA students (class of 2018), Cheryl, David, Jia Wen and Rui Xian, had a successful partnership where the JAL Singapore Station expressed their heartfelt thanks upon the presentation of the MBA team’s research findings.
JAL Singapore staff (front row from right: Akira Mitsumasu, Jonathan Wan, Rick Nguyen), (back row start from 2nd from the right: Rei Hinata, Nobuhiko Masuko, Serina Koh, Kojiro Yamashita), the NUS MBA students and Prof Thompson Teo
NUS Business School kick starts a series of engagement activities in China. Starting with Shanghai, the first edition of the NUS Business Talks (新思沙龙) invited like-minded business leaders interested in sharing thought leadership and best practices within various business industries in China.
Tapping on the expertise of our EMBA (Chinese) alumni, the Shanghai office organised the inaugural session on 17 February.
Attendees of the inaugural NUS Business Talks in Shanghai
Last Friday, 17 February, the Undergraduate Scholarship and Bursary Awards
Appreciation Dinner, was held at the NUSS Kent Ridge Guild House. Ms Ngiam Siew Wei, whose mother, Madam Wu Po Kin, Jean, established the Mr & Mrs Wu Jieh Yee Memorial Scholarship, shared about her grandparents’ and parents’ continuous commitment to support Education.
Student recipients at the Undergraduate Scholarship and Bursary Awards Appreciation Dinner 2017
The 4th Influential Women in Banking & Investments Forum was held at Pan Pacific Singapore on 16 February.
Some 60 faculty, students, staff and industry experts attended the panel discussion organised by the Centre for Asset Management Research & Investments (CAMRI). The theme of the event was “The Golden Touch: Gender Diversity and Firm Performance”.
Organised by the NUS Business School, in-conjunction with The Tata Group, the 10th edition of the Tata Crucible Campus Quiz Singapore saw a total of 164 participants (82 teams) participating.
Two teams (Ryan and Dylan, and Tianming and Yu See) from NUS Business School, who made it into the highly competitive top final eight-team stage, share their exciting experience. The preliminary round saw 20 questions across various topics addressed to all participants. This was followed by a short wild card round amongst teams ranked 7 to 14 based on the scores. Out of which 2 teams joined the 6 top scoring teams to make an eight-team stage final where they were further tested with five rounds of live, rapid-fire quizzing.
Energy was high and the air abuzz with the sound of merriment as Business School alumni gathered at the Faber Peak Ballroom on 10 February 2017 for the Alumni Appreciation and Lo-Hei Dinner . This is one special occasion in the year that the NUS Business School Global Alumni Network Office (GANO) looks forward to, when the School come together to show gratitude to the alumni for giving the most precious thing– their time and talent, as well as, celebrate the journey together over the past year.