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NTU appoints new President, Prof Subra Suresh
NBS appoints new Dean, Prof Robert Kennedy
Professor Subra Suresh begins his tenure as President of NTU from 1 Jan 2018. He is an eminent American scientist, engineer and entrepreneur with a strong record of distinguished and impactful leadership in academia, industry and government.
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NBS has appointed Professor Robert Kennedy as Dean, with effect from 1 Jan 2018. A well-known speaker, educator and academic researcher, he was the former Dean of Western University's Ivey Business School (2013 - 2017).
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NBS ranked 22nd in 2018 FT Global MBA Ranking Prof Christina Soh appointed as Associate Provost
The Nanyang MBA is now ranked #22 in the Financial Times’ latest ranking of MBA programmes worldwide! Congratulations to our MBA Alumni.
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Professor Christina Soh is now serving as NTU’s Deputy Associate Provost (Faculty Affairs). Prior to this appointment, she was the former Associate Dean at NBS and served as Head of the Division of Information Technology & Operations Management until early 2017.

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NBS finance graduates launch online money changing service that delivers foreign currencies to customers

Talk about being a multi-hyphenate extraordinaire. Karen Foo may only have graduated from NBS in 2016 with Bachelor of Business, but she is already a motivational speaker, financial trainer, Forex trader, and co-author. But the teenage Karen was hardly an overachiever. In fact, with a year left to her 'O' Level examinations...
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Singapore’s first online money changer, which delivers foreign currencies to customers, has launched in January 2018, under the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) FinTech Regulatory Sandbox. Named Thin Margin by its founders, it is the brainchild of Tan Jin and Alstone Tee, who both attained first class honours...
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Interview with Nanyang Fellows alumna Colonel Jerica Goh MBA helps spur healthcare leader's career success in China
Overseeing a naval warship is no easy job. It requires leadership skills of the highest level and the utmost respect from the ship’s crew. With its focus on cultivating robust leadership and management skills, Colonel Jerica Goh saw the Nanyang Fellows MBA as the ideal preparation for her future role as the commanding officer of the RSS Supreme - the navy’s most advanced warship.
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It came down to a choice between pursuing an MBA at NBS or at a rival institute in Singapore for Jiang Wei Wei, senior director and head of healthcare for China at Air Liquide, a French-listed multinational supplier of industrial and medical gases. Jiang, who had a master of electrical engineering and a bachelor’s degree in materials science at the time...
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MBA Olympics 2018: Running together for a better world

On 14 Jan 2018, our Nanyang MBA team hosted the 8th Annual MBA Olympics at The Wave, where MBA participants from other business schools joined in a friendly sports Olympiad.
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DPM Teo Chee Hean meets NBS students in United Arab Emirates

On 11 Dec 2017, Deputy Prime Minister Teo Chee Hean met NBS undergraduates at a reception for Singaporeans at United Arab Emirates, in Dubai. Currently, there are 30 NBS interns doing various internships in Dubai.

Celebrating a splendid glory Celebrating NBS MSc Finance programme’s 10th anniversary
On 2 Dec 2017, NBS alumni participating in the Xuan Zang Road Business School Gobi Challenge and the Asia-Pacific Business School Desert Challenge gathered in Shanghai to attend an appreciation dinner organised by NBS. Hosted by former NBS Dean Professor Neo Boon Siong, Director of Chinese MBA and EMBA programmes Professor Wu Yuan, Assistant Dean (Alumni) Associate Professor Chung Lai Hong, Head of NBS Chinese Programmes Ms Janice Liew and Senior Assistant Director of NBS Alumni Affairs Ms Ann Ong were also present.
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On 11 Nov 2017, NBS's MSc Finance alumni, as well as renowned industry leaders, gathered in Shanghai to celebrate the 10th anniversary of our MSc Finance programme. The event kicked off with a forum organised jointly by NBS and Financial Times (Chinese Network). Professor Neo Boon Siong, former Dean of NBS, announced during the opening speech that we now have a total of more than 800 MSc Finance alumni. He also mentioned the Memorandum of Understanding signed in early 2017 with Peking University to offer a dual degree programme.
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