National University of Singapore
For more than 50 years, NUS Business School has offered a rigorous, relevant and rewarding business education to outstanding students from across the world. Founded in the same year that Singapore gained independence, NUS Business School stands today among the world’s leading business schools. It is distinctive for offering the best of global business knowledge with deep Asian insights, preparing students to lead Asian businesses to international success and to help global businesses succeed in Asia. The School attracts a diversity of smart and talented students to its broad portfolio of academic programmes, including BBA, MBA, Executive MBA, MSc and PhD programmes.
15 Kent Ridge Drive, Mochtar Riady Building, Singapore, Singapore
Jenny (Spring 2016): High quality & interesting
Jonathan (Fall 2009): In 2008 we were part of the MBA programme, so fellow students often had extensive professional experience. Top class academics and leaders in their field.
Jenny (Spring 2016): Little
Jonathan (Fall 2009): Fair.
Jenny (Spring 2016): Perfect
Jonathan (Fall 2009): A lot of night life, great food, short trips to destinations such as Thailand, Bali, etc.
Jenny (Spring 2016): CEMS Bubble all the way, difficult to get to know Singaporeans
Jonathan (Fall 2009): Not a large community as CEMS is rather Europe centric.
Jenny (Spring 2016): A bit difficult to organize, some had to share a room
Jonathan (Fall 2009): Hard to find and expensive if you want to go downtown. Student housing provided a bit outside of downtown. I recommend to organise a flat share with with fellow students. Back then, living expenses were approx Eur 1200 / month, largely driven by housing expenses.
PRIce of one beer
Jenny (Spring 2016): Expensive (apart from the food in the food courts), one beer costs like 18 SGD. On Wednesday, ladies drink for free (yes really..)
Jonathan (Fall 2009)
Outstanding academics and work-life balance with exotic trips. Less networking with wider CEMS community. Would fully recommend as long as can be afforded.
Jenny (Spring 2016)
Amazing experience (if you have some money)