The NUS Business School Overseas Alumni Network currently spans across 5 continents and more than 50 cities, through our business school and university-level alumni chapters as well as alumni city representatives.
Recently, the alumni network team organised reunions with alumni across Asia – Taiwan (3 May), Vietnam (27 May) and South Korea (10 June). It was a time for old classmates to reconnect over good food and exchange business ideas.
Camaraderie and enthusiasm among Biz School alumni and students
CEMS is a global alliance of leading business schools, multinational companies (MNCs), and non-governmental organisations (NGOs). This global pre-experience master’s programme emphasises on interpersonal and leadership skills where students get to spend one semester each in two CEMS partner universities.
Alumna Nikita Shirodkar, class of 2016, tells us why MSc and CEMS broaden her worldview, and even led her to her current job at Universum, Sweden.
Nikita (centre) at her graduation ceremony in Stockholm, Sweden
Alumnus Sebastian Joseph Widodo (class of 2013) is currently a Senior Associate with the Banking Governance, Risk and Controls unit of Pricewaterhouse Coopers Singapore. He sheds some light on what it means to be a certified Accountant.
Sebastian giving a speech at his Commencement in 2013
Mr Eugene Wong and Madam Emily Chin, proud alumni of NUS Business School, both of class 1992, recently made a joint decision to invest in the Emily Chin & Eugene Wong Scholarship. They share their reasons for giving back to their alma mater.
Eugene and Emily’s son taking a “spin” with an F1 car at the NUS Faculty of Engineering
At NUS Business School our faculty come from a diverse range of backgrounds. Some of them balance jobs in industry with teaching roles at the School as adjunct professors.
We asked two of our adjuncts, both of them NUS alumni – Anuprita Bhomick, (NUS MBA class of 2003) a Director at Hewlett Packard, and Maurice Tan (NUS BBA class of 1991) a Director at Microsoft – to tell us more about what they do.
Adjunct Prof Maurice Tan (second from right) and his class
Someone wise and unknown once said, “A mentor is someone whose hindsight, can become your foresight”. The NUS MBA Mentorship Programme is a flexible professional development programme bringing together current MBA students and alumni in an exchange of knowledge, information, insights and experience.
Mentors and mentees meeting for the first time in the 2017 kick off event
Meeting at least three times during a six to seven months mentoring cycle, it helps facilitate the development of relationships between NUS MBA students and its alumni community. This year saw more than 50 mentors including 12 new mentors coming on board.
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
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
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.
The annual NUS Bizad Charity Run 2017 has raised more than $140,000 for financially disadvantaged NUS Business School undergraduates and the Autism Resource Centre (ARC), a not-for-profit charity.
Organised by the NUS Business School Alumni Association (NUSBSA) and NUS Bizad Club, this year’s event attracted more than 1,400 participants. The event was graced by Mr Lim Biow Chuan, Member of Parliament for Mountbatten SMC and Deputy Speaker of Parliament.
Mr Lim Biow Chuan, Member of Parliament for Mountbatten SMC and Deputy Speaker of Parliament taking a ‘welfie’ with Professor Bernard Yeung, Dean of NUS Business School (right) and participants of the 10KM Challenge Run of the annual NUS Business School’s Bizad Charity Run 2017 just before the race flag off