Students from MNO4314 Consulting to Management module had the opportunity to work with consulting giants McKinsey to identify and recommend industry verticals to be “future-ready”.
Guided by their lecturer Dr Andreas Rasharo, the students were tasked to identify industry verticals in Singapore that has not been earmarked by the Ministry of Trade and Industry for its Industry Transformation Maps initiative and make their recommendations.
To enhance the students’ learning experience, the teams would then present their proposals to a panel of McKinsey experts for grading.
It was an informative session for some 15 BBA students led by Adjunct Senior Lecturer Ted Teo, who visited the Citi Innovation Lab Singapore, as part of their Transaction Banking (FIN3120B) module.
Final year Lu Chang shares some key learnings at the recent The Way To Success (TWTS) programme, where he got a chance to get up close and personal with Speaker of Parliament Mr Tan Chuan Jin. Organised by CEO Global, this programme provides cross-cultural student leadership development where students are exposed to values that will lead to success, employment, and a broader range of positive and lasting influence in their community and profession.
Final year Lu Chang (fifth from right) together with Mr Tan Chuan Jin (fifth from left)
Congratulations to our accounting students for making the school proud at the SMU Tax Case Challenge.
Teams Taxus and iPhone Tax clinched the first runners-up and second runners-up spots respectively in the Tax Case Challenge category, while Team Group Relief became first runners-up in the Tax Associate category. Other teams also grabbed various consolation prizes.
Congratulations to Calvin Wee (BBA Year 2), and his team mates Low Mei Jun (Real Estate Year 2) and Tong Youxin (Real Estate Year 2) on winning the Wisma Atria Case Competition.
From left: Calvin Wee (BBA Year 2); Low Mei Jun (Real Estate Year 2) and Tong Youxin (Real Estate Year 2)
BBA Year 1, Jia Songshan, tells us more about an exclusive dialogue session he and his classmates had with National Gallery Singapore’s CEO Ms Chong Siak Ching, and her team.
National Gallery Singapore’s CEO Ms Chong Siak Ching (front row, second from left) together with her senior management team (front row) and NUS Business School’s BBA students
Held on 30 August, the NUS Business School Alumni Association (NUSBSA) Youth Connexxion aims to provide students an opportunity to connect with alumni to learn more insights about the industries and careers. The event was attended by more than 90 students, professionals and staff.
At NUS, Double Degree Programmes (DDPs) allow students to graduate with two different degrees in two disciplines. The programme enable students to develop deep expertise in more than one core discipline, addressing the trend of students gaining knowledge in multiple fields beyond their domain expertise.
Recent BBA graduate Eugenia Lee looks back on her time in NUS Business School and shares her experiences in the DDP – Marketing and Communications and New Media (CNM).
Eugenia (centre) with her teammates at a case competition in Australia
With the great leadership of this year’s Bizad Club Rag and Flag committee, NUS Business School undergraduates made a historic and record breaking win by sweeping all major awards at this year’s NUS Rag & Flag.
The students brought home the event’s top two most coveted distinctions:
– Flag Shield
– Rag Gold Award
And three key accolades:
– Highest Amount Raised Award for Flag
– Best Float For Rag
– Best Costumes For Rag
As part of Academic Year 16/17, the NUS Business School Flag Committee partnered Metta Welfare Association, a charity focused on caring for the intellectually disabled community. In the past seven months the Flag Committee organised multiple events, like the Chinese New Year Dinner, Grant-A-Wish Project, Batik Painting Session, Farm Hopping Experience, Hari Raya Celebration and Picnic Session at Marina Barrage with Metta.
Here, the Flag Committee shares their experience in organising these activities, as well as raising funds for the beneficiary.