School also offers 16-month flexi-time program

Singapore Management University (SMU) has announced it will be beginning a 12-month MBA program in September 2008. The course will also offer a 16-month "flexi-time" program for working professionals.

SMU was founded in 2000, and offers degrees in business, economics, and management-related areas. It currently has around 5,600 students. This is the school's first MBA program.

An MBA information session will be held on the SMU campus on February 29. Applications for the flexi-time program are due on April 14; applications to the full-time program are due on August 1, 2008.

For more information, please visit the SMU website.

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