MBA in Singapore


Hdalby34
Hello,

I will be moving to Singapore with my family at the end of this year. I would like to do my MBA while I am there. Can anyone suggest a good MBA in Singapore?
Hello,

I will be moving to Singapore with my family at the end of this year. I would like to do my MBA while I am there. Can anyone suggest a good MBA in Singapore?
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laurie
Yes, there are a number of them. If you're looking at full time programs Nanyang and NUS offer world-class MBAs. Insead also offers an MBA out of its Singapore campus.
Yes, there are a number of them. If you're looking at full time programs Nanyang and NUS offer world-class MBAs. Insead also offers an MBA out of its Singapore campus.
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Razors Edg...
SMU also offers a well regarded MBA.
SMU also offers a well regarded MBA.
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Hdalby34
Ok but which is best for an accountant?
Ok but which is best for an accountant?
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Duncan
All of these are excellent options. If you want to to stay in accounting, Nus or NTU will be best.
All of these are excellent options. If you want to to stay in accounting, Nus or NTU will be best.
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Hdalby34
Thank you so much!
Thank you so much!
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Eas4P
Yes, there are a number of them. If you're looking at full time programs Nanyang and NUS offer world-class MBAs. Insead also offers an MBA out of its Singapore campus.


Do you think doing an MBA at Insead (Singapore campus) can help with career networking in France?
[quote]Yes, there are a number of them. If you're looking at full time programs Nanyang and NUS offer world-class MBAs. Insead also offers an MBA out of its Singapore campus.[/quote]

Do you think doing an MBA at Insead (Singapore campus) can help with career networking in France?
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Razors Edg...
Yes, Insead has a great network in France. However, if you want to work in France, why not study there? You'd get boots-on-the-ground experience in the place you want to work, and will be able to maximize your connections and the network-building resources while you're actually doing the program.
Yes, Insead has a great network in France. However, if you want to work in France, why not study there? You'd get boots-on-the-ground experience in the place you want to work, and will be able to maximize your connections and the network-building resources while you're actually doing the program.
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Eas4P
Thanks. Yes I'm actually "stuck" in Singapore for the next few years due to family commitments and I want to maximize the use of my time by doing an MBA. I intend to move to France in the long term (4-5 years from now.)
Thanks. Yes I'm actually "stuck" in Singapore for the next few years due to family commitments and I want to maximize the use of my time by doing an MBA. I intend to move to France in the long term (4-5 years from now.)
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Duncan
A grande ecole in Singapore, like ESSEC or Edhec, might be a better route into France. Insead just happens to be in France but isn't really very French or focussed on French employers.
A grande ecole in Singapore, like ESSEC or Edhec, might be a better route into France. Insead just happens to be in France but isn't really very French or focussed on French employers.
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Eas4P
What if I am targeting more globally oriented employers that are operating in France? (McKinsey, etc.)
What if I am targeting more globally oriented employers that are operating in France? (McKinsey, etc.)
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Duncan
ESSEC's major partners like Estée Lauder, EDF, Louis Vuitton, etc are very globally oriented, as EDHEC's partners like Amadeus, Schneider Electric, Amazon, and Sanofi. I think Insead is a good option for American consulting companies in France, and for Amazon.
ESSEC's major partners like Estée Lauder, EDF, Louis Vuitton, etc are very globally oriented, as EDHEC's partners like Amadeus, Schneider Electric, Amazon, and Sanofi. I think Insead is a good option for American consulting companies in France, and for Amazon.
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Eas4P
Thanks for the information.
Thanks for the information.
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