Hull to Offer an Executive MBA in Singapore

EMBA to be offered in partnership with Singapore's PSB Academy

Hull University Business School has announced that it will offer its Executive MBA program in Singapore.

The program—as well as the school's Master of Science in Economics and Business—will be offered through a partnership with the PSB Academy, which is a private educational institution in Singapore.

With the new EMBA program, Hull is entering an extremely competitive market. Not only do local business schools like Singapore Management University (SMU) and Nanyang Technological Institute offer EMBA programs, but a growing number of international schools, like Rutgers Business School and the University at Buffalo, also offer EMBAs in Singapore.

Hull's new EMBA in Singapore extends the reach of the school's "Executive MBA Overseas" offerings. Through a partnership with Kaplan Higher Education, the school offers its EMBA in Hong Kong; and it also offers it in Bahrain and Oman.

Last November, Hull announced that it would also begin to offer the EMBA program in Romania.

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Hull is accredited by AMBA and AACSB.

In Singapore, Hull launched an enrollment exercise in November 2014, and it will be welcoming its first cohort later this month.

For more information, please see the Hull news release announcing the launch of the EMBA program in Singapore.

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