NUS Singapore MBA Ranking, Class Profile: Successful Admits
NUS Singapore MBA is the most sought after MBA option for Indian applicants closer home. Singapore is a hub for multinationals, which gives this business school an edge above its Asian counterparts.
Jatin made it to NUS Singapore among the other plethora of bschools in US. He can be described as an achiever in every sense of the word. It is well known that sports can shape a person’s personality and character. Jatin’s passion and achievements in Golf tell us quite a bit about his resilience and thirst for excellence. He was the winner at state and regional level tournaments while also being declared a winner at a global charity event organized by the British Royal family (he received the Duke of Edinburgh Cup 2018 from the Duke and Duchess of Sussex – Prince Harry and Meghan).
Jatin may not have a brand name to boast of when it comes to his work experiences, but he forged a path of his own through the learnings from his experiences. The 3 years at Deneb Automotives Pvt. Ltd set things rolling as he began to enjoy the challenge of converting a simple business into one that thrives and builds on everyday successes. He was an instinctive leader with a keen understanding of ways to bring people together.
One of the things that Jatin lacked in his repertoire was a global experience. An MBA outside India would give him the advantage of a fabulous network and the invaluable expertise and experience that a diverse cohort would bring. Jatin has finally chosen to select Michigan Ross as his MBA choice, but his journey to crack NUS, has been quite interesting.
Vikas, an IITian and an Oil and Gas industry professional, had close to 4.5 years of experience and a stellar 750 on his GMAT. With a deep understanding of the industry, Vikas started to lead teams in his organization (Reliance Industries) at a fairly young age.
Vikas worked with GyanOne on his ISB and NUS applications. He also used GyanOne interview preparation services to hone his skills for the personal interview stage, and made it to the NUS MBA and the ISB MBA. With an ambition to work in India, Vikas finally chose ISB and matriculated there, along with his fiancee (also a GyanOne client).
An ardent photographer and traveller (evident from his facebook page :)), Vikas continues to be passionate about both areas.
Tania started working with GyanOne in the month of July 2015. This meticulous professional, took each step with care, and worked with us to shortlist her B-schools, ranging from dream (Kellogg in the US) to safe (ISB in India).
She had just four years of work experience working as a Software engineer, with top brands like McAfee and Amazon, in the Information Technology domain. She was performing extremely well at work with several happy clients and awards from senior management.
For extra-curriculars, this female indian applicant, a trained Bharatnatyam dancer, had been active in various social causes and leadership activities at work and during graduation.
Tania was overwhelmed when the congratulatory email to her came in from Kellogg. Tania had made it to ISB, NUS, and Kellogg. She finally chose Kellogg.
NUS Singapore MBA Class Profile
Average GMAT score for the NUS Singapore MBA class is little above 650, with average work experience being close to 6 years. 92% percent of the class comprises of international applicants from countries all around the world, with close to 42% of the class being female candidates. READ NUS MBA ESSAY TOPICS AND DEADLINES 2018 HERE
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