Young educated and trained professionals from all around the world decided to accept the Nanyang MBA challenge. These young professionals moved to Singapore for one year, to live unique experiences in this vibrant city and also to study one of the best’s MBA’s in the world.
Nanyang Business School is one of the most prestigious business schools in Asia and consistently ranked amongst the world’s top business schools. Nanyang Business School’s MBA programme is ranked 32nd in the world (and 6th in Asia) by the Financial Times Global MBA Rankings 2013 and 64th globally (4th in Asia) by The Economist Intelligence Unit Full-time MBA Rankings 2013. For the 10th straight year, Nanyang Business School has been ranked the best in Singapore by The Economist.
Read below the experiences of 4 international students from China, Singapore, Germany and France:
“Coming from China, I wanted to continue my career in Asia, and Singapore offers the best opportunities and living environment in Asia. The Nanyang MBA attracts a diverse cohort of talented individuals from many parts of the world- which makes the MBA experience more challenging”
Kathy He ChaoYan, China. Pre MBA: Operation Director for a foreign food company
What impressed me most is when Japanese transformed the traditional Japanese business style into a very humourous way – with stories and very funny dance.
Henry Tseng Kuo-Li, Taiwan
I walked into this class where there are 22 different nationalities and with the same mission: to be better educated and to learn things and to meet people. And it’s just incredible. Everyone is so nice, and the diversity and openness of everyone – it’s really cool.
Florence Roncalez, France
The speaker presented the topic in such a fun way, that we were enjoying ourselves during the class. He was showing us the content by not presenting it in front of the class, but by giving examples, which was very interesting for us.
Daniel Sieling, Germany
The professors are very professional. They really prompt you to think. In class discussions of the Nanyang MBA, we have to contend among ourselves for a chance to speak up. The opinions and the perspectives that they give are very different. And I learn a lot from the.
Josephine Hong Yingling, Singapore