2014   07 February 2014
Learning Beyond Classroom
Benjamin Franklin said, “Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn.” This teaching philosophy has inspired one of the School’s core initiatives: the NUS MBA Management Practicum. Part of the NUS MBA programme, the Management Practicum (MP) is one of the key initiatives…
Competitions   19 November 2013
NUS BBA and MBA students enter Bloomberg “Hall of Fame”
Have you ever been inducted to any ‘Hall of Fame’? Imagine the thrill when it’s the hall of fame of one of the world’s most coveted standardised global online exams for college and university students. Our students just achieved this extraordinary feat. NUS students, Jiaming Chen, Nilendra Weerasinghe and William Santosa Lim have…
Career Tips   23 September 2013
Should you do an MBA in Asia?
Weakness in the US and European economies has given rise to new trends in business education. According to the latest MBA Applicant Report from Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) and a recent Business Week article, MBA applicants are increasingly targeting b-schools in stronger economies. Brighter job prospects in Asia are also drawing more international…
Editorial Posts   29 July 2013
What You Wish You Were Taught in MBA
Consider this scenario:  You’re a final year MBA student attending an important networking session organized by potential recruiters from a company you’re aspiring to join soon. You prepare yourself, carry your business cards, dress your best and attend the networking session only to find out that there are over 50…
Double-degree MBA   17 July 2013
Meet the very first graduate of the NUS MBA Double Degree with Yale University
It is not every day that you get to be the very first graduate of a new program – that is truly one milestone graduation! Meet Michael Tiopan, the first graduate from the Yale University School of Management (SOM) Master of Advanced Management (MAM). This programme is the latest addition…