Concurrent Degree Programme

CONCURRENT MSc IN MANAGEMENT PROGRAMME FOR CURRENT NUS UNDERGRADUATES

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.

Curriculum

A sample of the modules offered to MSc in Management students can be found here.

Application Process

There are two application options:

  • Students may apply to the concurrent BBA and MSc in Management programmes through the centralised online application at the NUS Office of Admissions (OAM). Admitted students must then stay above the academic thresholds, and may be permitted to take the graduate modules only after passing an interview.
  • After matriculating into NUS.

 

Admissions for Current NUS Undergraduate Students

To establish eligibility to the programme, an NUS undergraduate must have:

  • Informed your original NUS faculty/school (for non-BBA students).
  • Completed at least 80 Modular Credits (MCs) of your undergraduate programme with your original faculty/school. At least 40 of those completed MCs must be from modules offered by your undergraduate department/faculty for students in your undergraduate major(s).
  • Completed at least 16 MCs of BBA or Minor in Management programme modules, with an average grade point of at least 4.0 out of 5.0 for those completed modules. (Students enrolled in the University Scholars Programme (USP) need not complete the 16 MCs of BBA programme modules.)
  • An overall Cumulative Average Point (CAP) of at least 4.0 out of 5.0.
  • A strong performance in the interview (conducted for shortlisted applicants only).
  • A Letter of Motivation of no more than 500 words outlining the reasons for which you want to complete the programme. The same Letter of Motivation can be used for the CEMS MIM application.

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:

Key Dates
Application Period 1 May to 15 Jul
Interviews for shortlisted applicants Aug – Sep
Notification of acceptance Late Sep / Early Oct

Please submit your complete application comprising of the following:

  • Application Form
  • Resume
  • A copy of transcripts to support (2) to (4) of the eligibility requirements above
  • GMAT scores (if any). Our GMAT institution code is DRT-MK-19 (MSc in Management)
  • Proof of proficiency in any other foreign language declared for CEMS MIM (if applicable)
  • A Letter of Motivation

Please submit your complete application materials to our office:

MSc Programmes Office
Mochtar Riady Building, BIZ1 4-1
15 Kent Ridge Drive
Singapore 119245

Only eligible students with complete application materials will be interviewed.

Fees

The programme fees consist of:

  • An acceptance fee of S$500 which is payable upon acceptance of admission
  • Tuition fees of S$15,000 to be paid over two equal installments, when your student status is changed from undergraduate to graduate.

Miscellaneous Student Fees is charged every semester.

Study Awards

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.