Best Part Time MBA Programs in Singapore *Updated 2021*

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.


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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.


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

INSEAD Global Executive MBA
Rankings: #1 in Financial Times Global MBA Rankings 2021
Duration: 14-17 months (modular)
School: INSEAD- Singapore Campus


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The program takes place in modular format on the Europe Campus, Asia Campus and Middle East Campus depending on the section you join. You will study on all three campuses and graduate together as a single class in Singapore.


Tsinghua-INSEAD Executive MBA
Rankings: #1 in Financial Times Global MBA Rankings 2021
Duration: 22 months (modular)
School: INSEAD- Singapore Campus

As a working professional, the TIEMBA program allows you to advance your skill sets as you work. You will be on campus typically for a week-long session, every six weeks. Overall, you will be spending 12 weeks on campus spread across 22 months.


NUS Part-time MBA
Rankings: #14 in Financial Times Global MBA Rankings 2021
Duration: 24 months/30 months
School: National University of Singapore Business School

The part-time NUS MBA program allows working managers and professionals to upgrade their managerial skills and pursue further professional growth opportunities. Classes for part-time MBA students are held during weekday evenings and/or weekends.


Manchester Global MBA
Rankings: #30 in Financial Times Global MBA Rankings 2021
Duration: 18 months/ 24 months
School: Alliance Manchester Business School

With intakes in January and July, this 18 month global MBA includes face-to-face classes, a live business project, and personal and professional development opportunities. Transform your career with this hands-on, flexible MBA.


Nanyang Professional MBA
Rankings: #37 in Financial Times Global MBA Rankings 2021
Duration: 18 months
School: Nanyang Technological University

The Nanyang PMBA program adopts a holistic approach to honing leadership skills that you can apply to your specific business contexts. It is delivered across 22 high-impact modules held on alternate weekends over 18 months at an accessible central location.


Nanyang Executive MBA
Rankings: #37 in Financial Times Global MBA Rankings 2021
Duration: 13 months
School: Nanyang Technological University

The Nanyang EMBA is delivered through five segments of intensive learning lasting about two weeks each, so you can expand leadership potential while continuing your career. The program empowers senior leaders to drive impactful transformation, in Asia and from Asia.


Lee Kong Chian MBA
Rankings: #58 in Financial Times Global MBA Rankings 2021
Duration: 18 months
School: Singapore Management University

The Part-time Program is designed for working professionals. Core classes are taught on up to 3 weekday evenings during the first 10 months of the Program while Elective classes take place during weekday evenings and weekends for the last 8 months of the Program.


Rutgers Executive MBA
Rankings: #86 in Financial Times Global MBA Rankings 2021
Duration: 14.5 months
School: Rutgers Business School- Asia Pacific Campus

The part-time Executive MBA program comprises 18 modules and mirrors what is taught in the Executive MBA program in the US while being enhanced with examples and business cases relevant to the Asia Pacific region.


ESSEC-Mannheim Executive MBA
Rankings: #8 in QS Joint Executive MBA Rankings 2020
Duration: 15 months
School: ESSEC Business School

The ESSEC & Mannheim Executive MBA Asia-Pacific program truly equips established and up-and-coming leaders with the expertise to handle a variety of challenges often associated with leadership positions.

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