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|Average GMAT Score||662||GMAT Range||600-720|
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|Class Size||177||Average Work Experience||64 Months|
|Length of Program||12 Months||Placement Information|
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NTU MBA Admission Consultants
Nanyang Technological University is among the Top 40 MBA programmes in the world and the first and only Singapore University to be ranked that high.
Nanyang MBA offers a unique mix of global perspective with an Asian focus, keeping you abreast of the latest business trends and technology. As an industry-oriented business school, we create opportunities for you to network with business professionals and entrepreneurs. You will also have the flexibility of specialising in an area which adds depth to your portfolio, or graduating with a General MBA for a broader business outlook.
Find below the NTU MBA Application essay:
Nanyang Business School MBA Application Essays are as below:
Briefly describe your involvement in any Social Responsibility or Sustainable Development activities (maximum 150 words).
Briefly assess your career progress to date. Elaborate on your near-term (3-5 years) future career objectives and how pursuing a Nanyang MBA will help you achieve these. (400 word limit)
Tell us about two achievements (one as a leaderand one as ateam member) that you are most proud of, and why you feel that to be so. (400 word limit)
Share with us a situation where you faced adversity. Describe how you resolved it and what you learned from this experience. (400 word limit)Share with us a situation where you faced adversity. Describe how you resolved it and what you learned from this experience. (400 word limit)
SCHOLARSHIP ESSAY (ONLY for Applicants who intend to apply for scholarships)
Explain why you believe you should be awarded a scholarship and how you anticipate contributing to Nanyang MBA program and your fellow participants. (400 word limit)
Since the time of your last application, how has your perspective regarding your future & Nanyang MBA changed? (300 word limit)
Nanyang Business School (NBS), the business school of Nanyang Techonological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) is widely regarded as Singapore’s premier business school and is consistently ranked amongst the world’s best. Since 2004, NBS has been ranked #1 in Singapore by The Economist Full-Time MBA rankings. In the Financial Times Global MBA Ranking 2017, the flagship programme came in 24th worldwide.
The 12-month transformational programme allows participants to gain deep, practical real-world insights into business models, management philosophies and rigorious acadmic theories across a variety of industries to prepare to excel in the global environment. Participants who wish to extend their experience may join one of the double masters programmes offered with the Waseda Business School (Japan), ESSEC Business School (France) or St Gallen University (Switzerland).
Just about every business school MBA application has student write essays to questions so how do you write a good essay which will stand out among the applications? This is your opportunity to effectively relate something important to you and impressive about you to persuade the admissions committee to accept you. Ultimately, schools are trying to find out what differentiates you from other candidates and if you will be a good fit in their programme. So how do you do that?
Firstly, read the question carefully and make sure that you are answering it. Your essay should have a good structure and the information should flow in a logical order. Get someone to read your essay and guess what the question was.
The Nanyang Business School Admissions Committee members read hundreds and thousands of essays each year. Use lively language, anecdotes from your personal and work life to make the essay interesting and which showcase your personality.
Remember to proofread it. Spelling and grammar mistakes are likely to send your application to the rejection pool in the speed of lightning.
So you’ve been shortlisted and invited to the selection interview and what should you expect? One should view the selection interview as a way of getting to know each party better. The interview panel aims to get to know more about you, your personal and professional achievements, your leadership potential, how the programme can add value to your post-MBA career aspirations and your language proficiency level. On the other hand, you should take this opportunity to ask questions which have not been addressed in the marketing materials, such as if there will be any curriculum changes, how does the business school or programme develop relationships with your post-MBA target industry, etc.
Most importantly, remember to be yourself! Don’t try to think and be what you think the business school wants to see and hear!
Ms Winnie Suli Yong
Senior Manager, Marketing & Admissions
Graduate Studies, Nanyang Business School