Master of Business Administration

Nanyang Institute Of Management
Master's Degree
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Full-time, Part-time
1 year
January May September
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Entry Requirements

  • Have a bachelor degree awarded by an appropriate institution
  • Have a postgraduate award (passed at an appropriate level)
  • Have an appropriate professional qualification such as those from ACCA or CIMA
  • Have passed a pre-Masters, or other foundation course
  • Be a mature student with relevant work or professional experience
  • Applicants may also be considered with other academic, vocational or professional qualifications deemed equivalent.

International students:

  • Overall IELTS score of 6.0 (or equivalent) and no less than 5.5 in any individual component. UWS will also consider applicants who have previously studied at degree level, taught and assessed in English, in what UKVI define as a majority English-speaking country. Applicants who do not meet the minimum English Language proficiency requirements are required to sit and pass the NIM English Proficiency Test. 


Total of 180 credits:

5 core modules of 90 credits:

  • Integration of Business Functions (10 credits),
  • Analytical Thinking and Decision Making (20 credits),
  • Managing Organisational Health (20 credits),
  • Influencing Organisational Strategy (20 credits), and
  • Creativity and Business Wealth (20 credits);

The Strategic Business Project of 60 credits;

Choose any 3 option modules of 30 credits from the following streams:

  • Leadership stream
    • Leading Change (10 credits)
    • Influencing Organisational Culture and Change (10 credits)
  • Enterprise stream
    • New Venture Creation (10 credits)
    • Business Creativity (10 credits)
  • Finance stream
    • Advanced Financial Functions (10 credits)
    • Global Financial Systems (10 credits)


Assessments comprise a combination of individual and/or group assignments such as project proposals, reports, business plans, written assignments, presentations, essays, case-studies, presentations, online-thread discussion, journals-diary-learning log, and/or syndicate work.

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