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MBA in Singapore

It’s time that you pay a serious thought to pursuing MBA in the cosmopolitan city-state of Singapore!

Why Study in Singapore?

Let’s Look at the Numbers!

  • Singapore has three institutions (Nanyang Business School, NUS Business School and INSEAD) in the top 11 spots of the QS Global MBA Rankings 2018 for Asia, Australia and New Zealand.
  • As per QS Best Students Cities Rankings 2018, Singapore is 15th ranked, ahead of New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Edinburgh, and Washington DC.
  • Owing to Singapore’s highly competitive economy, the employability rates for MBA graduates is high. Singapore came third in the World Economic Forum’s Global Competitiveness Report for 2017-2018, ahead of Netherlands, Germany, and Hong Kong.

 

Top B-Schools

B-Schools
National University of Singapore (NUS)
Singapore Management University (SMU
INSEAD, Singapore Campus
Nanyang Business School (under NTU)

 

Powerful Reasons to Study in Singapore

High Quality Education Proximity to India & Safety Affordable Education Cultural Advantage Strong Employment Prospects
World-class universities – NUS, NTU, SMU Well Connected to India & Asia

 

Cost of Education lesser than US

 

Large Indian Population

 

High Employability Rates

 

Academic partnerships with top US univs High Level Safety & Security

 

Scholarship Options Primary language is English

 

7,000 MNCs

 

 

Average Salaries earned by Singapore MBA Graduates & Alumni

University/B-School Mean
National University of Singapore SGD 90,839
Nanyang Business School SGD 181252 (3 years after MBA)
Singapore Management University SGD 80,000-100,000

 

Top Industries in Singapore

Industries
Technology
Consulting
Financial Services
Services

Post­ MBA, a high percentage of students are recruited by McKinsey, Bain and BCG.

 

Program Duration & Cost of Education

Duration Cost of Education (Tuition & Living per annum)
12 months

NUS MBA is of 12-17 months

Tuition Fee: SGD 55,000-60,000

Living Costs: SGD 18,000-24,000

Standard of living is quite high

Candidates enrolled in National Universities can work 16 hour per week (part­ time). However, students enrolled in private universities are not entitled to work.

 

Eligibility Criteria for MBA Programs

Strong Academic Credentials Standardized Test Scores Work Experience & ECA
Bachelor’s Degree from a well-recognized & accredited university

 

Competitive GMAT Score

Indian applicants are expected to have a GMAT score of at least 700 since they are usually good in Maths

IELTS/TOEFL – Not required medium of instruction in undergrad is English

Minimum work experience of two years

Strong Extra Curriculars & Community Service experience

 

Intake & Application Deadlines

  • NUS and NTU offer Fall intake and the application deadline is between October & January
  • SMU offers Spring intake and the application deadline is from July to August.

 

Student Visa Terms and Provisions

The student visa application process can be completed online. The following documents are needed:

  • Completed application form along with a resume
  • A valid passport and birth certificate
  • Transcripts, academic documents and employment certificates (if applicable)
  • Financial documents, showcasing funds to cover the academic and living expenses for one year

 

The duration students are permitted to remain in Singapore post an MBA to search for jobs can range from a few months up to a period of one year. 

 

Are you ready to choose this popular hub for an enriching MBA education to establish a rewarding career? Do connect with our Manya-The Princeton Review representatives for more details!