Application Process

Interested applicants must apply directly to the NUS Business School. Only online applications will be accepted. We do not engage any external agency to undertake student recruitment on our behalf.


There is only one intake in January each year for the MSc in Management and the double-degree MSc in Management + CEMS MIM programmes.

The key application dates for the January 2021 intake are:

Key Dates  
1 November 2019 Applications open for the MSc in Management and CEMS MIM
Applicants for the double-degree programme will need to submit an additional application form to CEMS here. Please review the requirements here.
31 January 2020 Cut-off date for 1st round of application
15 April 2020 Cut-off date for 2nd round of application
15 July 2020 Application deadline for all applicants
October 2020 Notification of application outcome for all applicants
January 2021 Orientation and Commencement of Classes

Please take note of these important dates for the January 2020 intake:

Application for the January 2020 intake has been extended to 30 August 2019, 2359hrs (Singapore time)

Key Dates  
1 November 2018 Applications open for the MSc in Management and CEMS MIM
Applicants for the double-degree programme will need to submit an additional application form to CEMS here. Please review the requirements here.
31 January 2019* Cut-off date for 1st round of application
15 July 2019 Application deadline for all applicants
October 2019 Notification of application outcome for all applicants
January 2020 Orientation and Commencement of Classes

* Applicants should apply by 31 January 2019 for early admission considerations.

“Knowing how to effectively analyse and value any business model is an evergreen management skill. Business Analysis and Valuation is a comprehensive course that covers all the four key areas: strategy, accounting, financial and prospective analysis. Through the judicious use of relevant case studies and discussion materials, this course helps students develop real-world skills of problem solving, work ethic, teamwork, adaptability, communication, time management, and ability to work under pressure. These skills will give MSc in Management graduates the edge to stand out even among other job applicants with work experience.”

ASSOC PROFESSOR WINSTON KWOK
ACCOUNTING