With the opportunity to mix with international classmates and the highly interactive nature of the programme, Leo Tan our alumni of the Nanyang-Waseda Double MBA programme, learnt to appreciate the flexibility of thought and built humility to recognise multiple perspectives from diversity. Read on about his inspiring experience: http://bit.ly/NBS_LeoTan
The 2018 Nanyang MBA Career Report was recently launched, and we are excited to share the successes achieved by our MBA alumni!
Based on the recent Career Report, post MBA salary statistics show that 98% Nanyang MBA participants were employed within 3 months from graduation, and the alumni percentage salary increase 3 years after graduation was at 125%, recording an average salary of US$132,288.
Find out which are the key industries where most graduates went on to work, the companies that hired the most graduates and more: http://web.nbs.ntu.edu.sg/graduatestudies/nanyangmba/documents/web-career/eReport.html?utm_source=Pagalguy&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=Pagalguy_4220_CareerReport_20181216_Pagalguy&utm_content=nil&utm_term=nil_nil
What is the role of leadership curiosity in this digital age? Click on the link to find out more from our EMBA academic director, Assoc Prof Tan Joo Seng:
Want to know what our participants go through during the Nanyang MBA orientation? (Hint: it's more than just formal welcome sessions, etc.) Click to read MBA participant, Prerna's experience.
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Nanyang MBA is now ranked 10th globally, and 1st in Singapore, in the FT Global Top 50 MBA programmes for Women!
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) ranks 10th in the Financial Times’ new global ranking of Top MBAs for Women. The new global top 50 MBA ranking for Women was released to coincide with the forthcoming International Women’s Day on 8 March 2018.
NTU’s Nanyang MBA scored well at 83 per cent in the gender pay gap criteria that measure the average female salary as a percentage of male salary. Women graduates from NTU’s MBA programme also achieved 148 per cent average increase in salary, three years after completing the programme.
The NTU programme was also noted for its international mobility and value for money among the women graduates polled.
Professor Robert Kennedy, Dean of NTU's Nanyang Business School said, “I am pleased that the FT ranking recognises the value we offer for women MBA participants. Our alumnae body clearly appreciated and benefited from the top rate teaching, research, and facilities at the school. We will continue to strengthen our MBA programme to ensure its relevance in today’s competitive world.’’