NUS BBA

BBA Academic Programmes

    • PROGRAMME REQUIREMENTS FOR THE BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (BBA) FOR STUDENTS FROM ACADEMIC YEAR 2017/2018 ONWARDS.

      Under the new BBA 2017 programme students are enrolled directly into an Honours programme, which they can withdraw if they wish. Students are required to complete 160 Modular Credits (MCs) to graduate.

      The degree requirements for the refreshed BBA programme are listed below. For further elaborations on each component, please refer to the drop-down accordions.

      BBA DIRECT HONOURS PROGRAMME REQUIREMENTS 

      Programme Requirements (Total 160 MCs)

      University Level Requirements (5 modules worth 20 MCs)

      • General Education Modules

      Programme Requirements (94 MCs)

      • BIZ Core Modules (13 modules worth 50 MCs)
      • BIZ Specialisation Modules (6 modules worth 24 MCs)
      • Honours Programme Modules (5 modules worth 20 MCs)
      Unrestricted Elective Modules (46 MCs)
      NON - CREDIT, GRADUATING REQUIREMENTS

      1. Academic Orientation Modules:
      •  BPM1701 Calculus & Statistics
      •  BPM1702 Microsoft Excel Skills for Business

      2. Intensive 1st-year primer module:
      •  BPM1705 Understanding How Business Works

      3. Career Preparation:
      •  Career Creation Starter Modules
      a. STR1000 Career Creation Starter Workshops
      b. STR2000 Career Creation Starter Clinics
      •  Global Immersion and Study
      •  Leadership Dialogue Series

      Note: Students may graduate with the BBA general degree upon completion of 120 MCs, comprising the general education modules (20 MCs), core modules (50 MCs), specialisation modules (24 MCs) and unrestricted elective modules (26 MCs). 
    • The University Level Requirement (ULR) is a graduation requirement which comprises General Education, aimed to connect disciplinary knowledge and perspectives with the skills needed for lifelong learning beyond the university.

      For cohort 2015/16 onwards:
      All students are required to read and pass five General Education (GE) modules, one from each pillar:

      1. Human Cultures
      2. Asking Questions
      3. Quantitative Reasoning
      4. Singapore Studies
      5. Thinking and Expression

      Students are strongly encouraged to complete the GE modules within the first two years of their candidature.

      For cohorts 2010/11 to 2014/15:
      The ULR consists of:

      • 2 General Education (GE) Modules,
      • 1 Singapore Studies module and
      • 2 Breadth modules (i.e. electives outside Business School).

      GE Modules cover two broad subject groups:

      Subject Group A: Science and Technology
      Subject Group B: Humanities and Social Sciences

      BBA students are required to read at least one GE Module from Subject Group A, including polytechnic diploma holders who are granted advanced placement for one GE Module.

    • The NUS BBA programme features a streamlined core with 13 foundational modules. Individually, the modules contribute to either the Leadership, Analytical or Functional component of the core curriculum. Collectively, they provide NUS Business students a comprehensive, strong foundation to various aspects of business. The modules are listed below.

      List of Core Modules

      Module CodeModule Title
      (i)   Analytical Core
      DAO1704 Decision Analytics using Spreadsheets 
      DAO2702 Programming for Business Analytics 
      BSP1703 Managerial Economics
      BSP2701 Global Economy (2MC)
      (ii)   Functional Core
      ACC1701 Accounting for Decision Makers 
      BSP1702 Legal Environment of Business
      MKT1705 Principles of Marketing
      MNO1706 Organisational Behaviour 
      FIN2704 Finance
      DAO2703 Operations and Technology Management
      (iii)   Leadership Core
      MNO2705 Leadership and Decision Making under Uncertainty 
      BSP3701 Strategic Management
      ES2002 Business Communication for Leaders (BBA)
    • The curriculum boasts 7 specialisations for students to choose from. New to the curriculum are 3 specialisations – Business Analytics, Innovation & Entrepreneurship, and Business Economics. Please refer to the tables below about each specialisation and their modules.

      Students are required to fulfil 24MCs of specialisation modules. Those who wish to read two specialisations may use Unrestricted Elective Modules to freely complete a second specialisation within the BBA programme. Note that no module can be double-counted for more than one specialisation. There is also no entrance requirement (e.g. no CAP cut-off) for reading additional specialisations.

      Students may read up to a maximum of 60MCs of level 1000 modules. Any level 1000 module taken in excess of the 60MCs will not count towards the fulfilment of the degree requirements. For polytechnic graduates, 12MCs of advanced placement credits (exemptions) awarded under Unrestricted Electives from work completed at the polytechnic level, will NOT be counted against the 60MCs limit.

      A module may be worth 1, 2, 3 or 4 MCs. Core, required and elective specialisation modules are worth four MCs each unless otherwise stated. Additional elective modules of one, two or three MCs may be introduced as and when necessary.

      1. Business Analytics

        With the increasing availability of computing power, decision making has undergone an evolutionary change, resulting in more use of data at all levels within an organisation. Business graduates thus need to be more numerate and analytical.

        We often see positions requiring a higher level of analytics know-how being advertised by recruiters to form decision teams with expertise in collecting and extracting actionable intelligence out of data. We aim to train our business students to the level where they can immediately be a valuable interface between data scientists and senior management, or qualify for the best graduate business analytics programmes globally.

        This specialisation will pivot on the core business knowledge already acquired by all BBA students, and will take good contextual management understanding as given. Graduates with this specialisation should function very well as a data-savvy business consultant, either internally for their own organisations or externally for client establishments.

        Business students will already have benefited from instructions in the online academic orientation module BPM1702 Microsoft Excel Skills for Business at the beginning of their first year, as well as DAO1704 Decision Analytics using Spreadsheets and DAO2702 Programming for Business Analytics.

        Please visit our public interest group for more details.

        List of Business Analytics Specialisation Modules

        Module CodeModule Title
        Business Analytics Specialisation Required Modules
        DBA3702 Descriptive Analytics with R
        DBA3704 Data Management and Visualisation (BIZ) *
        (*Subject to approval, the module will be replaced by IT3010 Data Management for Business Analytics.)
        DBA3803 Predictive Analytics in Business

        Business Analytics Specialisation Elective Modules
        (Choose any 3 specialisation elective modules from the list below)

        DBA3701 Introduction to Optimisation
        DBA3711 Stochastic Models in Management
        DBA3712 Dynamic Pricing & Revenue Management
        DBA4711 Advanced Analytics with R
        DBA4712 Statistical Learning for Managerial Decision
        DBA4761 Seminars in Analytics
        DBA4811 Analytical Tools for Consulting
        DOS4811 Data Visualisation & Actionable Intelligence
        MKT3811 Marketing Analysis and Decision Making
        MKT4812 Marketing Analytics
        IS3221  Enterprise Resource Planning Systems
        BT4212 Search Engine Optimisation and Analytics
        BT4222 Mining Web Data for Business Insights
      2. Innovation and Entrepreneurship Specialisation 

        The Innovation and Entrepreneurship specialisation aims to equip our students to become visionaries and change makers to lead the transformation of Singapore businesses into the future economy. The pace of innovation means the industries our students enter will drastically transform over the course of their careers. Economic growth will come from leaders who understand the organisational and business challenges inherent in these changes, and are comfortable managing an uncertain environment. This specialisation will furnish our students with broad theoretic lenses to lead change effectively, whether in an entrepreneurial venture or a large multinational corporation. Partnered with rich experiential projects and modules, students will enter the workplace comfortably applying these theories with the broader skills developed in the BBA Programme.

        This specialisation will interest a broad cross-section of BBA students from those planning specific careers in management consulting or entrepreneurship to those who want to be well-equipped for the dynamic industrial environment.

        List of Innovation and Entrepreneurship Specialisation Modules

        Module CodeModule Title
        Innovation & Entrepreneurship Specialisation Required Modules
        BSN3701 Technological Innovation
        BSN3702 New Venture Creation
        BSN3703 Entrepreneurial Strategy
        MNO3811 Social Entrepreneurship

        Innovation and Entrepreneurship Specialisation Elective Modules
        (Choose any 2 specialisation elective modules from the list below)

        BSN3711 The Entrepreneurial Ecosystem in Singapore & SE Asia
        BSN3712 Innovation and Intellectual Property
        BSN3713 Entrepreneurial Boot Camp
        BSN4811 Innovation and Productivity
        MNO4861C SILHCM: Corporate Entrepreneurship & Business Model Evaluation
        TR3001 New Product Development
      3. Business Economics Specialisation

        To ensure that students in this specialisation receive holistic training in business economics, the curriculum offers distinct alternative pathways from the second to the fourth year. To maximise synergies, the curriculum uses multiple modules from the Departments of Economics, Analytics & Operations, and Marketing.

        Why Business Economics?

        a) Offers a coherent specialisation for BBA students seeking careers in management or economic consulting, finance, or general management.

        b) Develops a group of talent who will be well versed in business and management practices, and are also strongly proficient in economics.

        Who should take it?

        a) BBA students pursuing careers in management or economic consulting.

        List of Business Economics Specialisation Modules

        Module CodeModule Title
        Business Economics Specialisation Required Modules
        BSE3701 Macroeconomic Principles in the Global Economy
        BSE3702 Economics of Strategy
        BSE3703 Econometrics for Business I

        Business Economics Specialisation Elective Modules
        (Choose any 3 specialisation elective modules from the list below)

        BSE3751 Independent Study in Business Economics
        BSE4711 Econometrics for Business II
        BSE4712 Economics of Organisations
        BSE4751 Advanced Independent Study in Business Economics
        BSN4811 Innovation and Productivity
        DBA3803 Predictive Analytics in Business
        DBA4811 Analytical Tools for Consulting
        DOS4812 Business-Driven Technology
        MKT3812 Game Theory & Strategic Analysis
        MKT4811 Pricing Strategy
        EC3322 Industrial Organisation I
        EC3332 Money and Banking I
        EC3373 ASEAN Economies
        EC3375 Economy and Business of Japan and Korea
        EC3378 Emerging India in Asia's Economic Integration
        EC3396 Economic Analysis of Law I
        EC3394 Psychology and Economics
      4. Leadership and Human Capital Management Specialisation

        Leadership is the linchpin in organisations and teams. By understanding leadership, students will place themselves in a central node of influence to inspire people, create organisational outcomes, and ultimately realize the full potential of human capital.

        To keep the specialisation current and relevant, keen attention will be paid to the shifting business landscape that forms the backdrop to leadership, for instance, trends on human resource (HR) big data analytics, controversial new organisational structures, and the impact of technology and globalization. These will be addressed in advanced seminar classes in collaboration with other departments where we probe the evolving role of leadership and how to lead organisations to stay ahead in a rapidly changing world. At the same time, Human Capital Management will proactively address the changes in the environment, especially on its horizontal and vertical alignment with strategy and culture to obtain sustainable competitive advantage for the firm and people.

        Students who achieve this specialisation can look forward to careers in management consulting, HR consulting, organisation development, HR generalist/specialist, and HR policy maker.

        List of Leadership & Human Capital Management Specialisation Modules

        Module CodeModule Title
        Leadership & Human Capital Management Specialisation Required Modules
        MNO3701 Human Capital Management
        MNO3702 Negotiation and Conflict Management
        MNO3703 Leading in the 21st Century

        Leadership & Human Capital Management Specialisation Elective Modules
        (Choose any 3 specialisation elective modules from the list below)

        MNO3711 Managing Change
        MNO3712 Training and Development
        MNO3713 Management of Employee Relations
        MNO3714 Business with a Social Conscience
        MNO3715 Leading Groups and Teams
        MNO3751 Independent Study in Leadership & Human Capital Mgt
        MNO3752 Independent Study in Leadership & Human Capital Mgt (2 MC)
        MNO3761 Topics in Leadership and Human Capital Management
        MNO3761A  SILHCM: Employee and Organisational Misbehaviours    
        MNO3761B  SILHCM: Managing China Venture    
        MNO3811 Social Entrepreneurship
        MNO4711 Consulting to Management
        MNO4712 Experiencing Work: Effects on Behaviour & Well-Being
        MNO4713 Leading Across Borders
        MNO4714 Developing Impactful Social Sector Solutions
        MNO4751 Adv Independent Study in Leadership & Human Capital Mgt
        MNO4752 Adv Independent Study in Leadership & Human Capital Mgt (2 MC)
        MNO4761 Seminars in Leadership and Human Capital Management
        MNO4761A  SILHCM: Compensation and Performance Management    
        MNO4761B SILHCM: Job Attitudes    
        MNO4861C SILHCM: Corporate Entrepreneurship & Business Model Evaluation    
      5. Finance

        Singapore is the third largest financial centre in the world based on the Global Financial Centres Index 2016. Its finance industry has the largest total asset compared to that of its other industries. The finance specialisation aims to produce ethical, high quality and job-ready finance professionals with a global mind-set for the finance industry. This is achieved through the following dimensions: industry relevance, ethics, breadth, rigour, and cross discipline.

        The finance specialisation is a Certified Finanacial Analyst (CFA) programme partner, meeting the CFA programme curriculum requirements which are updated frequently for industry relevance. The specialisation involves many distinguished industry professionals as adjunct professors and invited speakers, bringing to the classroom the latest know how and innovations in the industry. Other than internships, students complete a field service project with a company in the industry which involves solving real business problems faced by the company. Students take part and perform well in finance competitions organised by the industry.

        The finance specialisation takes the development of ethics very seriously. All students go through an ethics workshop based on the CFA Institute Code of Ethics and Standards of Professional Conduct. The ethics dimension is often revisited in every finance module through discussions and case studies. Students are held to the highest standard of ethics requirement, especially in the area of nonplagiarism, honesty in assessment related work, and professionalism in project work.

        The specialisation addresses the need for breadth through its three required finance modules: FIN3701 Corporate Finance, FIN3702 Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management and FIN3703 Financial Markets. This ensures that students know the basic workings in the various sectors within the finance industry. It addresses the need for rigour through its many elective subjects ranging from the area of asset management, to personal finance, banking and business finance. Students may package their electives freely to develop all rounded rigor or specialized rigor for a particular finance career.

        The finance specialisation integrates well with other specialisations in the Business School producing not just finance specialists but balanced business professionals with strength in leadership and technology. Students have enough elective modules to take another specialisation such as marketing, decision science and management. The case studies and projects in the finance modules often require analysis in these other specialisations as well. The specialisation supports overseas student exchange programme stimulating the development of global mind-set and perspectives in finance.

        The finance specialisation employs the latest and best pedagogy for education including blended learning. Some modules are conducted in our trading and computer lab complete with industry software such as Bloomberg and MSCI Barra, producing job-ready graduates. The specialisation enjoys the support of its numerous enthusiastic and dedicated alumni. They regularly come back for networking sessions with undergraduates and provide mentorship and career guidance. This adds to the vibrancy and colourful learning experience in the specialisation.

        List of Finance Specialisation Modules

        Module CodeModule Title
        Finance Specialisation Required Modules
        FIN3701 Corporate Finance
        FIN3702 Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management
        FIN3703 Financial Markets

        Finance Specialisation Elective Modules
        (Choose any 3 specialisation elective modules from the list below)

        FIN3711 International Financial Management
        FIN3712 Options and Futures
        FIN3713 Bank Management
        FIN3714 Financial Risk Management
        FIN3715 Risk and Insurance
        FIN3716 Financial Modelling
        FIN3717 Fixed Income Securities
        FIN3718 Value Investing in Asia
        FIN3751 Independent Study in Finance
        FIN3752 Independent Study in Finance (2 MC)
        FIN3761 Topics in Finance
        FIN3761A  TIF: Transaction Banking
        FIN3761B  TIF: China's Capital Markets
        FIN3761C  TIF: Foreign Exchange Trading
        FIN3761D  TIF: Physical Commodity Markets and Assets
        FIN4711 Research Methods in Finance
        FIN4712 Personal Finance and Wealth Management
        FIN4713 Advanced Portfolio Management: Securities Analysis & Valuation
        FIN4714 Valuation and Mergers & Acquisition
        FIN4715 Measuring Success in Philanthropy and Impact Investing
        FIN4716 Equity Research Seminar
        FIN4717 Entrepreneurial Finance
        FIN4751 Advanced Independent Study in Finance
        FIN4752 Advanced Independent Study in Finance (2 MC)
        FIN4761 Seminars in Finance
        FIN4761A  SIF: Private Equity
        FIN4761B  SIF: Investment Banking
        FIN4761C  SIF: Applied Portfolio Management Techniques
        FIN4761D  SIF: Corporate Governance & Financial Policy
      6. Marketing Specialisation

        Marketing, more than any other business functions, deals with customers. It is about managing profitable customer relationships by satisfying customer needs better than competition, thus creating superior value for customers. Hence, students majoring in Marketing should understand not only the company and its customers, but also the competition in the context of the political, economic, socioeconomic, and technological environment to identify opportunities and harness them through well thought out product, pricing, distribution and promotion strategies to bring value not only for the customers but also to the company.

        As such, marketing modules are developed and offered at various stages of the curriculum to enhance learning progression and outcomes consistent with what Marketing is. All students begin with learning the standard MKT1705 Principles of marketing in their first year. The second marketing module (MKT3701: Marketing Management) builds on the principles by sharpening students' analytical proclivity and going in-depth in key topics especially from a managerial and strategic perspective. The Consumer Behaviour (MKT3702) module drills deep into understanding customers – the fundamental premise of marketing; specifically, how consumers affect business practices and also how marketers influence them. These modules are the building blocks upon which electives are offered. Our electives cover comprehensively the strategies involving what is often termed the marketing mix – product and brand, pricing, retailing and promotion. As Singapore is a service economy, our curriculum offers a Services Marketing module to equip students for this important sector.

        Beyond these marketing mix modules, we keep current with offerings concerning Digital Marketing as well as Customer Relationship Management, among others. As data analytics is an important driver in today's businesses, we offer MKT3722 Research for Marketing Insights, MKT3811 Marketing Analysis and Decision Making, as well as MKT4812 Marketing Analytics to train Marketing majors in understanding the quantitative bases behind strategies. The final-semester capstone module – MKT4715 Business Strategy Simulation for Marketers – serves as the experiential-learning proving ground in which Marketing specialists can traverse their amassed knowledge in running a virtual organisation.

        List of Marketing Specialisation Modules

        Module CodeModule Title
        Marketing Specialisation Required Modules
        MKT3701 Marketing Management
        MKT3702 Consumer Behaviour

        Marketing Specialisation Elective Modules
        (Choose any 4 specialisation elective modules from the list below)

        MKT3711 Services Marketing
        MKT3712 SME Marketing Strategy
        MKT3713 Marketing Channels
        MKT3714 Marketing in a Digital Age
        MKT3715 Business-to-Business Marketing
        MKT3716 Customer Relationship Management
        MKT3717 Product & Brand Management
        MKT3718 Advertising and Promotion Management
        MKT3719 Branding Strategy
        MKT3720 Retail Marketing
        MKT3721 Global Marketing
        MKT3722 Research for Marketing Insights
        MKT3751 Independent Study in Marketing
        MKT3752 Independent Study in Marketing (2 MC)
        MKT3761 Topics in Marketing
        MKT3761A  TIM: Wealth Management Marketing
        MKT3811 Marketing Analysis & Decision Making
        MKT3812 Game Theory and Strategic Analysis
        MKT4711 Marketing Strategy
        MKT4712 Marketing Theory: Cultivating Critical Thinking
        MKT4713 Marketing Strategy Simulation & Case Analysis
        MKT4714 Consumer Decision Making
        MKT4715 Business Strategy Simulation for Marketers
        MKT4716 Consumer Culture Theory
        MKT4751 Advanced Independent Study in Marketing
        MKT4752 Advanced Independent Study in Marketing (2 MC)
        MKT4761 Seminars in Marketing
        MKT4811 Pricing Strategy
        MKT4812 Marketing Analytics
      7. Operations and Supply Chain Management Specialisation

        Managing business operations effectively is crucial to the competitive advantage of any organisation. This specialisation is not only designed for students who are keen to venture into the functional area of operations, logistics or supply chain management, but also for anyone who will play an effective role in contributing to the competitiveness of any organisation regardless of industry sectors.

        Building upon the BBA core module DAO2703 Operations and Technology Management, students are equipped with foundational knowledge in supply chain management and service operations, which are applicable to both manufacturing and service industries.

        Electives relating to project management, information management and business analytics further provide students with essential knowledge and skills needed for sound decision making and effective management of business processes. Given growing environmental concerns, sustainable operations management becomes a highly relevant and hence included topic.

        This specialisation offers an elective project module to provide students with hands-on experience in addressing issues and resolving challenges in the operations and supply chain domain.

        Please visit our public interest group for more details.

        List of Operations & Supply Chain Management Specialisation Modules

        Module CodeModule Title
        Operations and Supply Chain Management Specialisation Required Modules
        DOS3701 Supply Chain Management
        DOS3702 Purchasing and Materials Management
        DOS3703 Service Operations Management

        Operations and Supply Chain Management Specialisation Elective Modules
        (Choose any 3 specialisation elective modules from the list below)

        DOS3711 Strategic Information Systems
        DOS3712 Physical Distribution Management
        DOS3713 Project Management
        DOS3714 Sustainable Operations Management
        DOS3751 Independent Study in Ops & Supply Chain Management
        DOS3752 Independent Study in Ops & Supply Chain Management (2 MC)
        DOS3761 Topics in Operations & Supply Chain Management
        DOS4711 Supply Chain Applied Project
        DOS4751 Advanced Independent Study in Ops & Supply Chain Management
        DOS4752 Advanced Independent Study in Ops & Supply Chain Management (2 MC)
        DOS4761 Seminars in Operations and Supply Chain Management
        DOS4811 Data Visualisation & Actionable Intelligence
        DOS4812 Business-Driven Technology
    • All students are enrolled into the Honours programme with the option to withdraw and complete with a basic degree if they wish, or on condition that a minimum of 3.20 CAP is maintained after completion of 100MCs.

      The new curriculum also features a dual-track Honours Programme. Students may choose from 1 of the 2 Honours tracks offered based on their academic inclinations and aspirations.

      1. Research Option: Dissertation (12MCs) in the area of specialization, 2 advanced Independent Study Modules not related to dissertation research area (8MCs), or a Field Service Project
      2. Coursework Option: Three level 4000 business modules in area of specialisation (12MCs), and a Field Study Project (8MCs)

      The dissertation requirement will be offered in two tracks: a more research oriented track that will focus on theoretical and empirical research at an appropriate level, and a more applied version that places greater emphasis on application of theory to managerial and business issues. The dissertation topic must be within the student's area of specialisation.

      The Field Service Project (FSP) is team-based. This module will add relevance to students' learning and will provide them the opportunity to serve and contribute to businesses, social enterprises and not-for-profit entities. The module is therefore values-based while focused on relevance. Students can only read FSP Module once.

      For more information on Honours dissertation and Field Service Project, please click on the links below:

      1. Honours Dissertation
      2. Field Service Project
    • Students are highly encouraged to pursue a second specialisation, major or minor with Unrestricted Elective Modules. Under this component, students may take any module to fulfil their Unrestricted Elective Modules requirement. That is, they may take modules offered by the Business School and/or modules offered outside the School to fulfil this requirement.

    • (1) Academic Orientation Modules (AOMs)

      AOMs are online-based multimedia modules in Calculus and Statistics, and Microsoft Excel Skills for Business. Fresh to the BBA curriculum, these modules provide consistent pre-requisite knowledge preparation to facilitate more effective learning of core modules in class as a cohort once semester begins.

      1. BPM1701 Calculus and Statistics
      2. BPM1702 Microsoft Excel Skills for Business

      (2) Intensive Primer Module

      Effective at introducing specific knowledge and experiential skills within a relatively short time frame, this intensive primer module is an initiative by the Business School to ensure all students begin with a comprehensive introduction to ‘Understanding How Business Works’, to appreciate how different business functions work together.

      1. BPM1705 Understanding How Business Works

      Click here for FAQs on AOMs and the Intensive Primer Module.

      (3) Career Preparation Module

      In nurturing leaders for marketplace impact, the Career Preparation Module consists of the following 3 components to build students’ soft skills and knowledge to complement the academic programme.

      The compulsory Non-Academic graduation requirements are:

      I. Career Creation Starter Modules
      II. Global Immersion and Study
      III. Leadership Dialogue Series

        • Career Creation Starter Modules:
          Career Creation Starter is made up of 2 zero (0) MC modules which are scheduled classes in the semester in the freshman and 2nd years. The modules are STR1000 and STR2000 and will be conducted by NUS Business School’s Career Services Office. These modules are designed to provide students with practical skills; students will learn job search strategies, resume writing, interviewing skills, understanding one's strengths and job motivations, networking techniques as well as business etiquette and corporate dressing.

        • Global Immersion and Study:
          This component ensures all students will receive direct and significant international exposure through participation in overseas experiences. This may be a semester abroad, an overseas internship, a case competition or a study trip. Participation in both internal NUS-led trips as well as external approved trips will enable our students to be better prepared for the global economy. 

        • Leadership Dialogue Series:
          The intent of this component is to enable students to learn from Industry/Thought Leaders beyond the classroom. Participation at Events where Professionals/domain experts (non-students) share their experiences and know-how will expose our students to the diversity of issues and challenges to augment their academic knowledge.

      Click here for FAQs on the Career Preparation Module.

    • For more information on Advanced Placement Credits (APC), please click here.