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About NUS Business School


Established in 1965, National University of Singapore (NUS) Business School is known for providing management thought leadership from an Asian perspective, enabling its students and corporate partners to leverage global knowledge and Asian insights. This combination of global expertise and Asian acumen is reflected in all aspects of its research, teaching, and industry outreach. As Asia’s Global Business School, NUS Business School is a leading authority on business in Asia.


The school has consistently received top rankings in the Asia-Pacific region by independent publications and agencies, such as The Financial Times, Economist Intelligence Unit, and QS Top MBA, in recognition of the quality of its programmes, faculty research and graduates. The Financial Times ranked the NUS MBA 23rd in the world in 2011 and the school’s Asia-Pacific Executive MBA programme 27th in the world in 2010.


 In the latest Forbes rankings for two-year MBA programmes, NUS Business School was ranked the top school in Singapore and Asia, and fourth among business schools outside the United States, the first time a Singapore business school has made the list. In addition, the Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) list ranked NUS Business School first in Asia and 15th in the world for accounting and finance, the two subjects that employers identified they prefer. Also, QS Global 200 Business Schools 2009: The Employers' Choice Survey rated NUS Business School graduates third in the Asia-Pacific region.


The school is accredited by AACSB International (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business) and EQUIS (European Quality Improvement System), endorsements that the School has met the highest standards for business education.

The school has more than 110 research faculty, over 2,500 BBA, MBA, Executive MBA, and PhD students; more than 2,000 annual participants in Executive Education programmes; and over 45,000 alumni in diverse organisations and positions of leadership throughout the world.



Forbes ranks NUS MBA top in Asia, fourth internationally among non-US schools with 2-year MBA programs


The National University of Singapore (NUS) Business School’s Master of Business Administration (MBA) program has been ranked the top program in Asia and fourth among institutions outside the United States for the return on investment that graduates enjoy, according to the latest Forbes rankings published in August 2011.

The rankings are based on the ROI achieved by the MBA class of 2006, through a survey of individual graduates. In its study, Forbes compared the earnings of graduates in their first five years out of business school to their opportunity costs, which include forgone salaries for the duration of the program, as well as tuition and all other mandatory fees required for their course of study. The survey also adjusted for cost-of-living expenses and took into consideration students who received scholarships or study awards to reflect the average actual cost of completing the NUS MBA.

"We are proud to see our graduates excelling amid global competition and we are greatly encouraged by the recognition from Forbes. The ranking attests to the quality and value of the NUS MBA. This is added motivation for us to continue focusing on providing top-quality teaching, and enhancing the educational experience and employability of our students," said Professor Bernard Yeung, Dean and Stephen Riady Distinguished Professor of NUS Business School.

Added Associate Professor Susanna Leong, Vice-Dean of Graduate Studies: "As we enter the new academic year, we will continue to work hard at helping our students grow further in the ever-changing business environment. We thank our students for making NUS Business School their choice.”



The Forbes rankings come after July’s release of the Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) list. The QS list placed the NUS Business School closely behind leading universities such as Yale and Columbia and ranked it top in Asia for accounting and finance, the two subjects that employers identified they preferred.
Both the Forbes and QS rankings are closely-watched indicators of business schools' performance. The full lists can be found at and respectively.

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