National University of Singapore School of Business was established in 1965. For over 45 years, NUS Business School has offered a rigorous, relevant and rewarding business education to outstanding men and women from across the world. The school remains distinctive among the world's leading business schools by offering the best of global knowledge with deep Asian insights, preparing students to lead Asian businesses to the forefront of the world economy and to help global businesses succeed in Asia.
Today, the school continues its tradition of attracting a diversity of smart and talented students to its broad portfolio of academic programs, including BBA, MBA, Executive MBA, M.Sc. and PhD programs. It also offers a wide range of customized and open enrolment programs in its executive education courses. Admission to NUS Business School is remarkably competitive and they are proud of the exceptionally high quality of their students.
Facilities at National University of Singapore School of Business –
- Food and Beverage
- Banking and Retail Services
- Sports and Recreation Facilities
Departments at National University of Singapore School of Business –
- Department of Accounting
- Department of Decision Sciences
- Department of Finance
- Department of Marketing
- Department of Management and Organization
- Department of Strategy and Policy
Research Centers at National University of Singapore School of Business –
- Asia Centre for Social Entrepreneurship and Philanthropy
- Centre for Asset Management Research and Investments
- Centre for Governance, Institutions and Organizations
- Centre for Strategic Leadership
Career Services at National University of Singapore School of Business –
Career services are a critical touch point between students and corporate recruiters, which matches their student talents with the needs of corporate recruiters from a wide range of industries. Leveraging on the School’s extensive business networks, career services facilitates and enhances employability of their students in a highly competitive job market. This was achieved through a variety of programs throughout the year, including internships, on-campus corporate recruitments and careers workshops.