The full-time Nanyang Fellows MBA programme serves as a welcomed sabbatical for busy executives who take one year off work to reflect, rejuvenate and embark on an intense yet enriching learning journey.
The full-time programme format provides an unparalleled opportunity for the Nanyang Fellows to fully concentrate on their personal and professional growth, while learning alongside other highly accomplished peers who come from a variety of sectors.
The overseas Business Study Mission (BSM) allows the Nanyang Fellows to investigate the sociocultural, political and managerial dynamics of a specific market and carry out an in-depth study and analysis in the selected country. This enables the Nanyang Fellows to bridge the gap between theory and practice and gives them a multicultural and global viewpoints. BSMs take place in different international venues every year, taking into considerations the latest economic trends, issues and learning objectives. Past destinations have included Chile, Argentina, Copenhagen, Barcelona, Dublin, Israel, Tokyo, Shanghai, Yangon and London, etc
Leadership & Business Seminar Series
The Leadership and Business Seminar Series features Asia’s most prominent business and government visionaries, who share their invaluable insights on issues, opportunities and challenges that confront today’s global leaders and their organisations.
Previous sessions have included Singapore President Dr Tony Tan; Alan Chan, CEO of Singapore Press Holdings; Dr T.C.A. Raghavan,High Commissions of Embassy of India in Singapore; and The Honourable Siale’ataongo Tu’ivakano, Former Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Tonga.
Live Industrial Consultancy Project (LiNC)
Gain crucial hands-on knowledge and experience through the Live Industrial Consultancy Project (LiNC), a live consulting assignment that addresses a real-life challenge in an organisation, alongside company visits, insights from guest speakers and collaborative learning with EMBA candidates.
One of the key strengths of the Nanyang Fellows MBA programme is the small class-size. Only a select group of 25-30 students in each cohort. It allows the Nanyang Fellows to get to know everyone in the class, forming close-knit friendships as they learn alongside EMBA candidates in the year-long programme. This lifelong bond and supportive peer network are built on the Nanyang Fellows’ shared experiences, diversity and varied background that will extend beyond graduation and last a lifetime.
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