Best Part Time MBA Programs in Singapore

Part time MBA programs are the preferred format of study amongst prospective students who do not wish to put their career on hold and forgo their salary upon undertaking an MBA education.

Top business schools do offer part time MBA programs to cater to these growing group of people - there are no differences between a full time and part time program except for the time taken to deliver the course - which usually takes 1.5 to 2 times as long.

This is a list of the top part time MBA programs you can apply for in Singapore:


Chicago Booth EMBA
Rankings: #12 for Global MBA ranking 2012 (by Financial Times)
Duration: 21 months
The University of Chicago Booth School of Business

Executive MBA class sessions meet Monday through Saturday on class weeks held roughly once a month. Students expertly balance class sessions with demanding jobs, family life, and personal interests.


NUS MBA
Rankings: #23 for Global MBA ranking 2012 (by Financial Times) | More rankings and accolades
Duration: 24 to 30 months, 5 semesters (Part Time) VS 17 months, 2 semesters (Full Time)
School: National University of Singapore (NUS) Business School

The NUS MBA program is offered on both full time and part time bases. Classes for part time MBA students are held during weekday evenings and/ or weekends.


NANYANG MBA
Rankings: #34 for Global MBA ranking 2012 (by Financial Times) | More rankings and accolades 
Duration: 24 to 32 months, 6 to 8 trimesters (Part Time) VS 16 months (Full Time)
Nanyang Technological University

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SMU MBA
Duration: 18 months (Part Time) VS 12 months (Full Time)
Singapore Management University

Core classes are taught Monday and Tuesday evenings (7-10pm) during the first 10 months. There are also 2 full-week sessions (Mon-Sat, 8:30am-7pm), one at the start of the programme and one the following year. Elective classes take place during weekday evenings and weekends for the last 8 months.


Birmingham MBA
Rankings: #86 for Global MBA ranking 2012 (by Financial Times)
Duration: 24 months, or up to 48 months
Birmingham Business School, University of Birmingham

Students have to complete 8 modules and a dissertation. Each module in Singapore is taught over a 10-day period (six weekday evenings & four weekends), to enable study to be combined with work commitments.


University of Strathclyde MBA
Rankings: #74 for Global MBA ranking 2011 (by Financial Times)
Duration: 2.5 years to 6 years
University of Strathclyde Business School


The Bradford MBA
Rankings: #90 for Global MBA ranking 2011 (by Financial Times)
Duration: 2 to 6 years
Bradford School of Management

Students studying on the evening programme are expected to take two modules every three months; they have to put in approximately 14-16 hours of study per week. If work or family life is particularly busy, students can suspend their studies and restart at a later date.
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