The MSc in Management programme is available to all eligible NUS undergraduate students through the Concurrent Degree Programme (CDP). NUS undergraduates may gain this master’s degree with one additional year of coursework study.
For non-business students, this programme prepares you for an additional career option in management. You will also enjoy all the rights and privileges of being an NUS Business School student, such as access to our NUS Business School Career Services.
A sample of the modules offered to MSc in Management students can be found here.
There are two application options:
Admissions for Current NUS Undergraduate Students
To establish eligibility to the programme, an NUS undergraduate must have:
Provision for Grade-Free Semesters: For students who are admitted from AY2014/2015 onwards, a maximum of 4 Level-1000 and 2 Level-2000 (without prerequisites) modules graded on S/U basis will be allowed to be counted towards the DKR.
Although GMAT is not mandatory, candidates with good GMAT scores will be considered favourably for our NUS MSc in Management Study Awards.
Application Procedure for Current NUS Undergraduate Students
The following applies for both Semester 1 and Semester 2 Admissions:
|1 November to 15 July||Application Period|
|February and August||Interviews for shortlisted applicants|
|October||Notification of acceptance|
Please submit your complete application comprising of the following:
Please submit your complete application materials to our office:
MSc Programmes Office
Mochtar Riady Building, BIZ1 4-1
15 Kent Ridge Drive
Only eligible students with complete application materials will be interviewed.
The programme fees consist of:
Miscellaneous Student Fees is charged every semester.
All applicants are automatically be considered for our NUS Master of Science (Management) Study Awards, which may cover all, or a portion of the programme fees. There is no need to submit a separate Study Award application.
Study Awards recipients are chosen based on merit, active participation in the Business School and/or NUS community, and projected success in the MSc in Management programme.