Residential: 1 week every 6 months, in Singapore.
Considered one of the best investments in higher education here at SBS, general MBA provides students with exclusive training and exposure to a wide range of realistic business skills and situations. The programme is specialized for mid-level employees who would want to grow and become more versatile and successful in their professional careers. It is designed for students to learn practical knowledge on business professional administration, which students can immediately apply to real-life business practices. This practicality secures a new phase in conducting business, giving a new perspective and opportunity to identify problems, implement solutions, and correspondingly win the business competition. The programme focuses on applying the academic models that students study to real-life scenarios, as well as developing soft skills such as time management and teamwork.
If you are looking into boosting your managerial career, gain versatile skills and potentially increase your salary, then the general MBA may be right programme for you.
Students will learn to:
- Be able to practice specialized knowledge and managerial skills gained during studies
- Utilize crisis management mechanisms
- Plan strategic development of business, and make efficient strategic decisions in the conditions of risk and uncertainty
- Cultivate business intuition for making effective decisions, which will make business more profitable and competitive
- Promptly react to changes in fast-speed business environment, and forecast possible changes of economic conditions
- Increase their own productivity and company productivity
- Analyze business competition and apply the best practices of other successful participants of the business environment
- Efficiently and confidently conduct negotiations with decision makers of international corporations
- Establish new business network with intelligent and highly motivated professionals
(Week 1 to Week 22)
- Operations and Value Chain Management
- Microeconomics and Managerial Economics
- Residential Module 1 (week 10)
- Managing People
- Managing Finance
- Residential Module 2 (week 21)
(Week 23 to Week 51)
- Research Methodology
- Residential module 3
- Global Economics (Macroeconomics)
- Innovation and Entrepreneurship
- Residential module 4 (week 51)
(Week 52 to Week 75)
- Responsible Management
- Change Management
- Residential Module 5 (week 63)
- International Business
- Strategic Management
- Residential Module 6 (week 75)
*Residential modules will be conducted on weekends.
End of Core Module Period
The dissertation project is a major opportunity for independent study in a management area of interest, allowing students to explore a substantial issue utilizing appropriate concepts, frameworks and methodologies in a highly independent manner. Students are expected to demonstrate the integration of knowledge gained elsewhere in the programme.