Press Release

The NUS MBA to offer new specialisation to spur innovation and entrepreneurship

28 Jun 2017

The National University of Singapore Business School’s Master of Business Administration (The NUS MBA) programme will be launching a new Innovation and Entrepreneurship (I&E) specialisation in the upcoming academic year beginning in August 2017.

Charities on the road to more robust risk management

06 Jun 2017

Over half (50.9 percent) of Charities and Institutions of a Public Character (IPCs) in Singapore surveyed do not have a formally defined policy or approach to managing risk, or are unsure if such a policy exists.

NUS Business School study: Overcoming board diversity could start with a game of golf

25 May 2017

Studying the role of social capital through golf games, NUS Business School and the Department of Real Estate at the NUS School of Design and Environment found that social networks often operate on gender lines, suggesting that women who participate in male-dominated social activities such as golf, are more accepted on predominantly male corporate boards.

Financial Times ranks The NUS MBA 22nd in the world for finance

02 May 2017

The National University of Singapore (NUS) Business School's Master of Business Administration (The NUS MBA) programme has been ranked 22nd in the Financial Times’ (FT) inaugural Top MBAs For Finance 2017 ranking.

NUS Business School study: Why copycats of luxury brands are usually high in resemblance but low in quality

24 Apr 2017

Copycat alternatives to expensive luxury goods are usually high in resemblance but low in quality when compared to genuine brands, an NUS Business School study explains.

NUS Business School study: Joking with employees might lead to bad behaviour

13 Apr 2017

Employees engaging in increasingly deviant behaviours could be a result of a leader’s jokes, an NUS Business School study has found. The study led by Assistant Professor Sam Yam from the Department of Management & Organisation showed the impact of a leader’s jokes on the behaviours and actions of his or her employees.

NUS Business School students’ learning journey analyse the societal impact of transboundary haze

07 Apr 2017

An Accounting professor led 10 National University of Singapore (NUS) Business School undergraduate students undertaking a third-year Accounting Theory module on a field study trip to visit a Musim Mas palm oil plantation, Sorek estate, in Pekanbaru, Indonesia.

NUS Business School teams up with General Electric to bring traditional industries into the digital world

04 Apr 2017

The National University of Singapore (NUS) Business School students teamed up with General Electric (GE) Digital to demonstrate how digital technology enables traditional industries to transform their businesses while powering the new generations of industrial companies.

CFLD International sets up headquarters in Singapore, signs MOU with NUS

17 Mar 2017
Leading new industry city developer China Fortune Land Development (CFLD) kickstarts its international arm – CFLD International, with its headquarters based in Singapore. CFLD International’s overall business strategy will focus on establishing a footprint outside of China, in key markets such in Africa, Europe, North America and Southeast Asia.

NUS Business School study: Gender pay gap of 43.2% in SGX-listed boards

01 Mar 2017

Remuneration of female directors of SGX-listed companies trails far behind their male counterparts, an NUS study has found. The study, using newly available data, showed large gender pay gaps across all categories of directors and all firm sizes.