Singapore Management University MBA


overtime

Found this interesting site that has a lowdown on the course...

http://smumba.wetpaint.com/

Found this interesting site that has a lowdown on the course...

http://smumba.wetpaint.com/
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lolipop

Found this interesting site that has a lowdown on the course...

http://smumba.wetpaint.com/


unless Singapore Mgmt U can carve out a niche for themselves they will always be in the shadow of NUS.
good to see more quality programs in the Lion city though!

<blockquote>Found this interesting site that has a lowdown on the course...

http://smumba.wetpaint.com/</blockquote>

unless Singapore Mgmt U can carve out a niche for themselves they will always be in the shadow of NUS.
good to see more quality programs in the Lion city though!

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linchpin

The SMU MBA has differentiated itself from the other varsities through its focus on the soft skills of leadership, length (12 months for Full-time, 16 months for Part-time), older class profile, and the level of attention each participant receives from faculty and career services. SMU, NUS and NTU ALL offer strong programmes that are unique in their curriculum and culture.

The SMU MBA has differentiated itself from the other varsities through its focus on the soft skills of leadership, length (12 months for Full-time, 16 months for Part-time), older class profile, and the level of attention each participant receives from faculty and career services. SMU, NUS and NTU ALL offer strong programmes that are unique in their curriculum and culture.
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sgpmba

Two batches have graduated from SMU MBA and from what I have heard the placements at SMU last year were on average better than NUS and NTU. This could be because the SMU batch has more average experience (6-8 years) and also that SMU has strong industry links (with many courses being taught by industry leaders) which allows them to get students placed in high profiles companies.

Two batches have graduated from SMU MBA and from what I have heard the placements at SMU last year were on average better than NUS and NTU. This could be because the SMU batch has more average experience (6-8 years) and also that SMU has strong industry links (with many courses being taught by industry leaders) which allows them to get students placed in high profiles companies.
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