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20-09-2019 10:12 PM
Unregistered I recently got admitted into top 3 US MBA (Wharton, Harvard, Stanford) that costs SGD$250k for two years. Will definitely have to take a significant loan to attend.

I understand that salaries in Singapore are also depressed compared to US so it might a number of years to repay the investment placed into it.

I would like to ask if anyone has a similar experience and can advise on on whether it will be worth it to attend if goal is to be back in Singapore due to family (probably be back in private sector in consulting, hedge fund/ pe, tech).

Thanks in advance!
19-07-2019 09:33 AM
Unregistered Am from local uni accounting, 3+ years work exp

Does accounting count as specialised? Pardon the pun
18-07-2019 12:32 PM
Unregistered
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Anyone able to provide some insight on this?

3 years working exp, local uni grad

Is more work exp + certifications > outright full time MBA?
If there is a specialised field u want to build yr career on, go for certifications. If not, MBA.
18-07-2019 11:20 AM
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Local university MBA holders, anyone has any success story to share?
Is it worthwhile to do a Part time local mba?

Or just wait till 10 years of work experience and do the executive mba which is part time by default??
Anyone able to provide some insight on this?

3 years working exp, local uni grad

Is more work exp + certifications > outright full time MBA?
09-07-2019 01:19 AM
Unregistered
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Local university MBA holders, anyone has any success story to share?
Is it worthwhile to do a Part time local mba?

Or just wait till 10 years of work experience and do the executive mba which is part time by default??
Itís worth it. You can stay in hall again and have the chance to know chio sweet young things. At this stage you already have $$ and car etc. You will be able to piak piak them easily. Cum inside them and make them pregnant. So if you can do local mba full time confirm most worth!
08-07-2019 09:23 PM
Unregistered Local university MBA holders, anyone has any success story to share?
Is it worthwhile to do a Part time local mba?

Or just wait till 10 years of work experience and do the executive mba which is part time by default??
31-07-2017 02:07 PM
Patrick
Ie-smu

I've just gotten the offer letter and am highly likely going to enroll.

Anyone here going for the same program? Happy to take question relating to the enrollment too.
03-04-2017 10:26 AM
Patrick
Ie-smu

Wow, seems like there's quite a few interest in the program. Me too.

Currently doing some research on this.
26-01-2017 11:34 PM
Lan9y
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Hello all,

I have been in Singapore for a year now.I have 10 years of experience in IT . I was looking at part time MBA programs here in Singapore. I managed to get into the IE-SMU blended program. Will this degree help me with career progression? How do i improve on my networking skills?

Any feedback and info is appreciated.

Hi there,

I am very interested with the IE-SMU MBA program, could you share abit more of your experience?

Thanks.
12-08-2016 12:39 PM
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Is IE SMU blended program worth it?

Hello all,

I have been in Singapore for a year now.I have 10 years of experience in IT . I was looking at part time MBA programs here in Singapore. I managed to get into the IE-SMU blended program. Will this degree help me with career progression? How do i improve on my networking skills?

Any feedback and info is appreciated.
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