MBA courses in Singapore

--> (CoursesinSG) - When you're considering an MBA, one of the more important factors to take into account would be - the rankings of the business school or institution that you're applying with. Top schools and institutions are much more difficult to get into, they require higher GMAT scores, good past academic performance, full-time work experience, interviews by faculty members, etc. The benefits of studying in a high ranking business school include - recognition by employers, access to the best resources and professors, a higher standard of education, and more. The following are the top MBA programs and business schools in Singapore, they're all officially recognized by the local government.

Local Universities


The NUS MBA is one of the top ranked MBA programs in Singapore. They have a globally-oriented curriculum, and many opportunities for students to study internationally. The program is offered at NUS Business School, and it's available in 6 different double degree formats, they are as follows - 1) NUS-Peking University Double Degree MBA, 2) NUS-HEC Paris Double Degree MBA, 3) S3 Asia MBA, 4) Double Degree with Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, 5) NUS PhD-MBA, and 6) UCLA-NUS Executive MBA. NUS MBA is accredited by international business school accreditation organisations - AACSB, EQUIS and GMAC.


The NANYANG MBA is an equally prestigious Singaporean MBA program. It is highly ranked in Asia and globally, and it is also the first local MBA program to be accredited by EQUIS (EU) and AACSB. The NANYANG MBA is offered at NBS (Nanyang Business School), and it's available in different specialisation tracks - 1) strategy & innovation track and 2) banking & finance track. Students who want to achieve an additional MBA can choose from 3 different double degree programs - 1) Nanyang Waseda Double MBA, 2) Nanyang St Gallen Double MBA and 3) Nanyang Essec Double Masters. Some of the highlights of The NANYANG MBA program includes being taught by the world's best business professor - Professor Vijay Sethi, and studying a revamped MBA curriculum that has a stronger focus on Asia. Learn more.


SMU MBA is a MBA program established in 2008, it is offered by the Lee Kong Chian School of Business (LKCSB). SMU MBA is ranked 25th for MBA in Asia Pacific by QS, and it is fully accredited by international bodies EQUIS, AACSB and GMAC. SMU MBA positions itself as the 'Real-World MBA', and the school promises its students a rigorous and relevant program that will teach them practical skills which are immediately applicable in companies and businesses. LKCSB states that they have strong industry ties, and that their students will be able to get internships in prestigious companies. The schools state that their graduates have gone on to work in companies like ExxonMobil, General Electric, HSBC, Unilever, Yahoo, and more. Learn more. Useful Tips: Scholarships for MBA - Enrolling in an MBA program can cost you a lot of money. All of the local universities and most of the top MBA schools offer various scholarship opportunities, students should always check to see if they qualify for any grants and subsidies. International Institutions (with local campus)


INSEAD is one of the top international business schools in Singapore, it is highly ranked by Financial Times and Businessweek. Their MBA program has an intense pace, and it focuses on cultivating leadership in its students.

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