Nanyang Business School

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A prestigious business school located in Singapore. Armed with state-of-the-art facilities, the Nanyang Business School offers a wide range of both graduate and undergraduate programs. Its main mission is to educate business leaders in the Far East and Southeast Asia.

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The Nanyang Business school is one of only five educational institutions outside the U.S. to receive the AACSB accounting accreditation. It has strategic partnerships with many other educational institutions around the globe, including Waseda University in Japan and Carnegie-Mellon and MIT in the U.S. Its MBA program is routinely ranked among the top 50 by the "Financial Times."



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