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Nanyang Executive Education

About Us

Nanyang Executive Education (NEE), a division of Nanyang Business School, offers practical executive programmes to sharpen the leadership skills and competencies of middle and senior level executives. Delivered by world-class faculty and complemented by notable industry practitioners, NEE programmes attract talented participants from Asia and across the globe, providing valuable opportunities for networking and cross-cultural interaction.

Embark on your journey of continual education with us and discover how our programmes empower executives like you with the latest in management thinking and industry best practices, so you can achieve a sustainable edge in today's dynamic and challenging business landscape.

Why Choose Us

 

Internationally recognised quality

Ranked 12th globally and 1st among the world's best young universities. NBS EMBA is ranked 18th in the world in 2018 Financial Times.

 

Outstanding, world-class faculty

More than 200 experienced faculty from over 26 countries, many of whom won prestigious awards for teaching and/or research.

 

Industry-relevant curriculum

Up-to-date, industry-relevant programmes delivered in flexible modules to suit busy executives.

 

Interactive, action-based learning

Practical, action-based programmes that thrive on case studies and real-world exercises to supplement theories and concepts.

 

Global perspective with Asian focus

Exposure to global knowledge and the peculiarities of Asian markets to gain competitive advantage in today's global marketplace.

 

Robust networking opportunities

Make new contacts and expand business network in the region and beyond. Gain access to the global NBS Alumni network of 49,000 members in 89 countries.



Our Programmes

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