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California State University, Sacramento – College of Business Administration

International MBA in Singapore

 A one-year, cohort based, fulltime,
and day-time program in partnership with with the Aventis School of Management in Singapore.

University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) – Anderson School of Management

Global EMBA for Asia Pacific
Bangalore, Los Angeles, Shanghai, Singapore

 A program offered in conjunction with the National University of Singapore (NUS) Business School. Graduates earn two MBA degrees from UCLA and National University of Singapore.

University of Hull – Hull University Business School

Executive MBA
Cluj-Napoca, Hong Kong, Hull, Manama, Seeb, Singapore

Rutgers Business School – Rutgers-The State University of New Jersey-Newark/New Brunswick

Executive MBA in Singapore

 A program consisting of 18 modules taught at Prudential Tower in Raffles Place in the Singapore’s CBD.

University at Buffalo, State University of New York (SUNY) – School of Management

Singapore Executive MBA

Temple University – Fox School of Business

Executive MBA in Singapore

 A program offered in cooperation with the International Executive Education Center (IEEC) in Singapore. Classes meet two weekends per month.

Alliance Manchester Business School – The University of Manchester

Global Part-time MBA
Dubai, Hong Kong, Manchester, São Paulo, Shanghai, Singapore

 The program in Sao Paulo is offered in partnership with FGV. Students earn an MBA Specialization certificate from FGV and an MBA degree from Manchester.

University of Strathclyde – Strathclyde Business School

Executive MBA – International
Abu Dhabi, Athens, Dubai, Manama, Muscat, Petaling Jaya, Singapore, Zurich

University of Birmingham – Birmingham Business School

The Birmingham MBA in Singapore

 Program offered in partnership with the Singapore Institute of Management.

Nottingham University – Business School

Singapore MBA

 Program offered in partnership with PSB Academy.

SP Jain School of Global Management – SPJAIN

Global MBA
Dubai, Singapore, Sydney

 The program includes a Pre-term online component before starting classes on campus that covers the fundamentals of business and management.

Executive MBA in Singapore

Singapore Management University – Lee Kong Chian School of Business

SMU Executive MBA
Modules in Singapore, U.S., China and India

 The program consists of 9 residential modules which will be held in 4 countries (Wharton Business School in USA, Indian School of Business in India, Peking University in China and SMU in Singapore)

Full-time MBA
Part-time MBA

NUS Business School – National University of Singapore

NUS Asia-Pacific Executive MBA

 The program features six two-week residential modules in Singapore and overseas.

Asia-Pacific EMBA in Chinese (APEX-C)
S3 Asia MBA
Seoul, Shanghai, Singapore

 Program offered in partnership with NUS Business School, Korea University Business School and Fudan University, School of Management. Upon completion of the program, students will be awarded two MBA degrees consisting of their ‘home’ degree, plus one of the two host degrees based on their own preference. An S3 Asia MBA program certificate signed by three deans from FDSM, KUBS and NUS Business School will also be awarded.

NUS-Peking University MBA
Singapore, Beijing

 Double degree program offered in collaboration with the Guanghua School of Management at Peking University

Nanyang Business School – Nanyang Technological University

MSc in Management/MBA
Singapore, Cergy in France

 Dual degree program offered in partnership with ESSEC Business School.

NUS Business School – National University of Singapore

MBA/Master of Public Policy

 Dual degree program offered in collaboration with the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy.

MBA/Master of Public Administration

 Combined degree program offered in concert with the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy.

Jouy-en-Josas in France, Singapore
UCLA – NUS Executive MBA
Singapore (2 modules), Los Angeles (2 modules), Shanghai (1 module), Bangalore and New Delhi (1 module)

 Program consisting of six two-week segments over a 15-month period

Nanyang Business School – Nanyang Technological University

Masters of Arts in Strategy and International Management/MBA
Singapore, St. Gallen in Switzerland.

 Dual degree program offered in partnership with the University of St Gallen in Switzerland.


 Program offered in partnership with Shanghai Jiaotong University

EMBA (English)
Nanyang MBA
Nanyang Fellows MBA

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SMU Gets Into The One-Year MBA Game

by: Jeff Schmitt
on November 06, 2014 |

November 6, 2014

The Quad at the SMU Cox School of Business

The Quad at the Southern Methodist University Cox School of Business


That’s what customers expect, and MBA applicants are no different. Just taking out loans for tuition and living costs can easily run into the six figures. And that doesn’t factor in two years of lost income. It’s a trade-off at best, and a high stakes gamble at worst.

As a result, applicants are looking for alternatives. And one option is the one-year MBA. Pioneered in Europe, the one-year program has emerged as a cheaper means to achieve the same result in less time. Prospective MBAs can already choose compressed options from the business schools at high profile institutions such as Northwestern, Notre Dame, and USC. And now a new name has joined their ranks: Southern Methodist University’s Cox School of Business .

On October 30th, Cox announced the launch of its Fast Track MBA, a one-year program for traditional full-time students. Starting in May 2015, the Fast Track program offers a lower cost alternative to a two-year program. At the same time, it covers the entire Cox MBA curriculum and returns graduates to the workforce nine months earlier. The first application deadline is January 12, 2015.


Here’s how it works. Over the summer, students will complete the core curriculum worth 16 credit hours. In the fall and spring, they’ll join their second-year, full-time cohorts for 28 credit hours of electives to complete a concentration.

Marci Armstrong

Marci Armstrong

Marci Armstrong, associate dean of Cox’s graduate programs, projects tuition and fees for the one-year program to be around $69,000 (compared to the $100,000 price tag of Cox’s two-year program). Despite the abbreviated recruiting cycle, Armstrong expects to net 15 to 20 students for the first year, while applying the same admission standards as the two-year program. Although Armstrong foresees that number growing over time, Cox hasn’t established specific parameters (though the two-year program will maintain its yearly class size at 125 students).  “We’re going to learn a lot from our first year,” Armstrong admits. “We have to learn what the market is exactly…and how quickly it’ll move in this direction.”

That said, this is no watered-down version of the two-year curriculum. The core courses, including the summer core curriculum, will carry the same rigor and intensity. They will also be taught by the same professors who instruct two-year students. In fact, one-year students will enjoy the same resources as their cohorts, including access to the same extracurricular clubs and activities, business leadership center services, career services, and alumni mentoring.  They can also participate in international travel over academic breaks.

Overall, Armstrong argues that the differences between the two programs are nominal. “A two-year program is really four semesters with an internship in the middle. [Fast Track] is three semesters without an internship. You’re really only one semester less.”


Venkataraman, Kumar, PhD, with Students at the Kitt Investing and Trading Center

Venkataraman, Kumar, PhD, with students at the Kitt Investing and Trading Center

According to Armstrong, the program was developed in response to market changes rooted in the global economic crisis. “There is a push at all business schools to look at programs that are quicker and less expensive, such as specialized master’s programs.” With business changing at an accelerated pace, Cox administrators recognized that MBA graduates needed to return to work sooner. “As the job market heats up and economy recovers, the opportunity cost of leaving the job market for two full years is huge… It’s not just the difference in tuition. It’s also the difference of time and being out of the job market. They’re really going to want something like this that gets them back into the job market.”

To help with this transition, Fast Track students can take advantage of Cox’s deep roots with the local business community. The campus is located just five minutes from downtown Dallas, home of over 250 private equity, venture capital, and hedge fund firms. The Dallas metroplex has also experienced heavy growth in the corporate and investment sides of finance. And Cox has capitalized on this home field advantage, developing a reputation as one of the region’s top MBA programs for finance. That’s one reason why Fast Track students will be eligible for its exclusive CFA training program. Here, a select group is hand-picked for additional instruction, with the school subsidizing the cost of having these students sit for a level exam.

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