Dean’s Message

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Dean’s Message to Future Participants

A NEW WORLD AWAITS. At NUS Business School we aim to develop business leaders who will not only be able to play a pivotal role... READ MORE

A NEW WORLD AWAITS.

At NUS Business School we aim to develop business leaders who will not only be able to play a pivotal role in corporations, but also within society.

As part of the National University of Singapore (NUS), the School is well placed to deliver global business insights with an Asian focus, especially given Singapore’s geographic location between the emerging powerhouses – China and India.

With The NUS Executive MBA programme, you will be able to take your career to the next level. During the 15-month-long programme, you will have the opportunity to visit five thriving cities in Asia-Pacific – in addition to Singapore. This will expose you to new cultures, political and economic environments, and new ways of doing business.

In short, we aim to develop not just ‘market-ready’ executives but rather ‘future-ready’ business leaders who will feel at home in the region.

Business demands are changing constantly in the emerging markets and it is our goal to lay the foundation you will need to meet the challenges ahead.

Finally, given the quality and diversity of the applicants we attract to The NUS Executive MBA programme and our extensive alumni network, you will be able to forge strong bonds with other senior business executives from more than 20 different countries.

A new world awaits those with imagination, ambition and vision to choose this highly rewarding executive programme. We hope you will join us.

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Professor Bernard Yeung
Dean and Stephen Riady Distinguished Professor
NUS Business School National University of Singapore
The NUS Executive MBA provided me with the tools to re-organize professionally. The academic perspectives enabled me to perform exceptionally, even after 15 years of professional experience.
IKUE KOMINE
Japan
Manager
Japan Management Association, Japan