Study Trips

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GETTING OUT IN THE WORLD

Student-led overseas study trips are organised every semester with the support of the MBA Office. These educational trips provide a unique platform to garner international experience and learn best practices in the corporate, entrepreneurial and government spheres of the host country. You will also enhance your professional network and gain frontline insights from top-level business leaders and government representatives.


Hong Kong, May 2015

In May 2015, the MBA students set off to Hong Kong for a week long study trip which includes company visits to Google, Giorgio Armani,... READ MORE
In May 2015, the MBA students set off to Hong Kong for a week long study trip which includes company visits to Google, Giorgio Armani, PIMCO, HK Monetary Authority, Fung Group, CDIB Capital International, and Citibank. They met with the senior management from these companies and it was a rewarding experience learning how business cultures and practices differ between Singapore and Hong Kong despite both countries sharing many similarities.



Germany, May 2015

The chance to visit Germany provided many students an excellent opportunity to forge closer bonds. It was also a chance for the group to understand... READ MORE
The chance to visit Germany provided many students an excellent opportunity to forge closer bonds. It was also a chance for the group to understand the uniqueness of the Germany economy, and how it relates to the rest of the European Union. The students visited Siemens, Roland Berger and Santander, as well as met with alumni based in Germany. It was an enriching experience for the MBAs as they seek to understand the contrast of the strong culture of perfectionism and discipline in Germany.



Spain, April 2016

It was an intensive study trip to Spain in April 2016, packed with both company visits as well as leisure activities. The students were exposed... READ MORE
It was an intensive study trip to Spain in April 2016, packed with both company visits as well as leisure activities. The students were exposed to the art, history, architecture and the Spanish culture, which also provided much insights to how it all influenced the way business is conducted. Company visits to Santander, Repsol, Caixa Bank, HP, as well as the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium were eye openers to the MBAs.




In many ways the NUS MBA was a journey of self-discovery and one after which I have come out stronger and ready to restart my career in earnest.
RITA
Class of 2017
2015 Intake, Full-time