Singapore

MBA in Singapore

Thinking about doing an MBA in Singapore? Well, you're not the only one. 

The Lion City: Many students, in Asia and elsewhere, are drawn to do their MBA in Singapore. And why not? Despite its size, the city-state is a global force: a connected city housing one of Asia's financial centers and a world-class trust hub. Singapore is also a modern city and features English as an official language, along with Malay, Mandarin, and Tamil. Beyond that, it's quite a...

Thinking about doing an MBA in Singapore? Well, you're not the only one. 

The Lion City: Many students, in Asia and elsewhere, are drawn to do their MBA in Singapore. And why not? Despite its size, the city-state is a global force: a connected city housing one of Asia's financial centers and a world-class trust hub. Singapore is also a modern city and features English as an official language, along with Malay, Mandarin, and Tamil. Beyond that, it's quite a diverse city.

Many business schools offer MBA programs in Singapore, including NUS Business School, INSEAD, and Nanyang Business School, among others. Additionally, a few international business schools, such as Rutgers University and ESSEC Business School, Most of the top business schools in Singapore offer MBA programs in English, although some business schools in Singapore also offer MBAs in Chinese. 

These business schools offer various MBA programs, including full-time and part-time options, as well as Executive MBA programs, which may be delivered in a modular format. Some business schools in Singapore offer MBA concentrations in areas like Finance, Marketing, Healthcare Management, and other subjects.

Many students who study for their master's degree in Singapore stay on in the city to work after graduation. Popular post-MBA careers in Singapore include roles in the financial sector, jobs in the logistics field, and consulting roles, among others. Those who are interested in staying and working in Singapore after their business master's degree should make sure they're aware of all relevant visa rules.

See below for all business schools offering MBA programs in Singapore.

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Thinking about doing an MBA in Singapore? Well, you're not the only one. 

The Lion City: Many students, in Asia and elsewhere, are drawn to do their MBA in Singapore. And why not? Despite its size, the city-state is a global force: a connected city housing one of Asia's financial centers and a world-class trust hub. Singapore is also a modern city and features English as an official language, along with Malay, Mandarin, and Tamil. Beyond that, it's quite a...

Thinking about doing an MBA in Singapore? Well, you're not the only one. 

The Lion City: Many students, in Asia and elsewhere, are drawn to do their MBA in Singapore. And why not? Despite its size, the city-state is a global force: a connected city housing one of Asia's financial centers and a world-class trust hub. Singapore is also a modern city and features English as an official language, along with Malay, Mandarin, and Tamil. Beyond that, it's quite a diverse city.

Many business schools offer MBA programs in Singapore, including NUS Business School, INSEAD, and Nanyang Business School, among others. Additionally, a few international business schools, such as Rutgers University and ESSEC Business School, Most of the top business schools in Singapore offer MBA programs in English, although some business schools in Singapore also offer MBAs in Chinese. 

These business schools offer various MBA programs, including full-time and part-time options, as well as Executive MBA programs, which may be delivered in a modular format. Some business schools in Singapore offer MBA concentrations in areas like Finance, Marketing, Healthcare Management, and other subjects.

Many students who study for their master's degree in Singapore stay on in the city to work after graduation. Popular post-MBA careers in Singapore include roles in the financial sector, jobs in the logistics field, and consulting roles, among others. Those who are interested in staying and working in Singapore after their business master's degree should make sure they're aware of all relevant visa rules.

See below for all business schools offering MBA programs in Singapore.

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MBA Programs
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Singapore 75 Followers 155 Discussions

Full-Time: NUS MBA more…

Part-Time: NUS MBA more…

Executive MBA: NUS Executive MBA, NUS Executive MBA (Chinese), UCLA-NUS Executive MBA more…

Dual Degree: NUS-PKU MBA (Peking), NUS-HEC MBA (Paris), NUS MBA / Lee Kuan Yew MPA, NUS MBA / Lee Kuan Yew MPP, NUS S3 Asia MBA more…

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Singapore 58 Followers 122 Discussions

Full-Time: MBA, Fellows MBA more…

Part-Time: Professional MBA, MBA (Chinese) more…

Executive MBA: Executive MBA, Executive MBA (Chinese) more…

Dual Degree: Nanyang - Waseda Double MBA, Nanyang - St Gallen Double Masters, Nanyang - ESSEC Double Masters more…

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Singapore 31 Followers 170 Discussions

Full-Time: MBA more…

Executive MBA: Global Executive MBA more…

Dual Degree: Tsinghua-INSEAD Dual Degree EMBA Programme more…

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Singapore 35 Followers 49 Discussions

Full-Time: MBA more…

Part-Time: MBA more…

Executive MBA: Executive MBA more…

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Singapore 19 Followers 12 Discussions

Full-Time: MBA, Master of Business Administration (Analytics and Business Solution), Master of Business Administration (Creative Marketing), Master of... more…

Part-Time: MBA more…

Dual Degree: MBA / Master of Information Technology, MBA / Master of International Tourism and Hospitality Management, MBA / Master of Professional Accou... more…

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Singapore 8 Followers 1 Discussion

Full-Time: MBA (University of Bedfordshire), MBA (Murdoch University) more…

Part-Time: MBA (University of Bedfordshire), MBA (Murdoch University), MBA (Northumbria University) more…

Executive MBA: Executive MBA more…

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Singapore 1 Follower 3 Discussions

Full-Time: Global MBA more…

Executive MBA: ESSEC & Mannheim EMBA - Asia-Pacific Track more…

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Singapore 4 Followers 10 Discussions

Full-Time: MBA Newcastle more…

Part-Time: MBA Finance Nottingham, MBA Wollongong, MBA Nottingham more…

Executive MBA: Executive MBA Hull more…

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Singapore 7 Followers 0 Discussions
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Singapore 2 Followers 1 Discussion

Executive MBA: International Executive MBA more…

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Singapore 9 Followers 5 Discussions

Executive MBA: Singapore Executive MBA more…

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Singapore 1 Follower 2 Discussions

Part-Time: Arcadia MBA, California State University MBA, Roehampton University London MBA, Dubuque MBA more…

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