Best Executive MBA Programs in Singapore

Executive MBA programs are similar to MBA programs in its curriculum, modules and content. Its format, however, is tailored for working managers and senior executives, allowing these experienced professionals to go back to school for an MBA education while maintaining their current role in their organisations - this program structure gives students the ability to apply what they learn in class over the weekend to their jobs in a timely manner.

This is a list of top EMBA programs that are available for people who wish to study in Singapore, the normal MBA rankings for respective schools will be considered, because in essence, both MBA and EMBA are the same:


INSEAD Global Executive MBA
Rankings: #6 for Global MBA ranking 2012 (by Financial Times)
INSEAD - Asia Campus. Learn more.


UCLA - NUS Executive MBA
Rankings: #9 for EMBA rankings 2011 (by Financial Times)
National University of Singapore

The class profile of UCLA - NUS Executive MBA program is significantly more senior - students are expected to have a minimum of ten years full-time work experience after receiving a bachelor’s degree and a current position with high-level managerial responsibility. Learning from other senior peers is a core part of the value proposition of this global Executive MBA program.

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Chicago Booth School of Business EMBA
Rankings: #12 for Global MBA ranking 2012 (by Financial Times)
The University of Chicago Booth School of Business

The University of Chicago Booth School of Business EMBA is the oldest Executive MBA (EMBA) program in the United States. Their eMBA curriculum is a 21-month part-time program; the school has high reputation for research, scholarship and teaching ability in business education. Chicago Booth boasts six Nobel laureates among its past and present faculty and alumni, more than any other business school.


NUS Asia-Pacific Executive MBA
Rankings: #19 for EMBA rankings 2011 (by Financial Times)
National University of Singapore

This MBA program focuses on understanding the local ways of doing business, and the factors of organisational success in Asia. The course aims to provide insights into the Asian business psyche, and it's designed for executives with at least ten years of work experience. The program boasts a diverse alumni network of over 500 senior executives from the Americas to Australasia, giving students great peer to peer learning and networking opportunities. Learn more.


Nanyang Executive MBA
Rankings: #34 for Global MBA ranking 2012 (by Financial Times)
Nanyang Technological University

Nanyang Business School (NBS) is ranked as one of the top five business schools in Asia, they're well known for their research and industry relevance. The school is the first Singapore business school to achieve both AACSB and EQUIS accreditation. Learn more.


SMU Singapore, Executive MBA
Singapore Management University (SMU)

Studies for SMU EMBA program are conducted in 4 highly reputable institution across 4 countries: Singapore, USA (The Wharton School), India (Indian School of Business) and China (Peking University). Learn more.


University at Buffalo Executive MBA
Rankings: #62 for EMBA Rankings 2011 (by Financial Times)
Singapore Institute of Management


Rutgers University Executive MBA Program
Rankings: #70 for EMBA Rankings 2011 (by Financial Times)
Rutgers Business School Asia Pacific


Aalto University Executive MBA
Rankings: #50 for Executive Education 2012 (by Financial Times)
Aalto Executive Education Academy. Learn more.
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