Program Calendar

Completion of the UCLA – NUS Executive MBA program leads to two MBA degrees, one awarded by UCLA and one by NUS. Each degree requires satisfactory completion of all necessary degree requirements of both institutions. Students will complete a total of 72 credits – 36 credits from each college – that culminate in a two-part Management Practicum


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SegmentDatesLocationModule of Study
1May 16 – 31, 2020Singapore
  • Economic Analysis for Managers
 
  • Contemporary Issues in Business (Services Management)
  • Leadership & Managerial Skills
 
2August 8 – 23, 2020Los Angeles
  • Data Analysis and Management Decisions
 
  • Financial Accounting
 
  • Corporate Governance, Business Law & Ethics
 
3November 7 – 22, 2020Shenzhen | Shanghai
  • Logistics and Operations Management
 
  • Management Practicum (I)
 
  • Corporate Finance
 
4February 20 Feb – 7 March 2021Bangalore | Delhi
  • Management of Technology & Innovation
 
  • Management Practicum (II)
 
  • Competitive Strategy & Business Policy
 
5May 15 – 30, 2021Singapore
  • Marketing Strategy
 
  • Negotiations Behavior
 
  • Entrepreneurship & Venture Initiation
 
  • Management Practicum (III)
 
6August 7 – 21, 2021Los Angeles
  • Electives
 
  • Strategic Leadership and Strategy Implementation
 
  • Macroeconomics & International Finance
 

* Please note that the above are subject to changes. The university reserves the right to vary the dates of the segments and sequence of the modules

Company visits, roundtable and panel discussions, distinguished guest speakers and a two-part Management Practicum help participants closely examine leading local businesses and organizations that are redefining economies and business communities in these vibrant global markets. A typical 2-week segment would look very much like this:

Sample Calendar – Week 1:

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TimeSatSunMonTuesWedThursFri
08:00-10:00Module 1: Competitive Strategy & Business PolicyModule 1: Competitive Strategy & Business PolicySite VisitModule 1: Competitive Strategy & Business PolicyModule 1: Competitive Strategy & Business PolicyModule 1: Round Table DiscussionSite Visit
10:00-10:30Coffee & Tea Break
10:30-12:30Module 1: Competitive Strategy & Business PolicyModule 1: Competitive Strategy & Business PolicySite VisitModule 1: Competitive Strategy & Business PolicyModule 1: Competitive Strategy & Business PolicyModule 1: Competitive Strategy & Business PolicySite Visit
12:30-13:30Lunch
13:30-15:30Module 1: Competitive Strategy & Business PolicyModule 1: Competitive Strategy & Business PolicySite VisitModule 1: Competitive Strategy & Business PolicyModule 1: Competitive Strategy & Business PolicyModule 2: Negotiations BehaviourSite Visit
15:30-16:00Coffee & Tea Break
16:00-18:00Module 1: Competitive Strategy & Business PolicyFreeSite VisitSite Visit/ Guest SpeakerModule 1: Competitive Strategy & Business PolicyModule 2: Negotiations BehaviourSite Visit
18:00-19:00Dinner
The East-West class mix provides the diversity of perspectives, opinions and most importantly the global network. Also, the schedule and subjects are optimal for the busy global executive who's looking to gain new knowledge and navigate in an increasingly complex world.
JAMES FONG
Singaporean, Class of 2016
Vice President, Landside Concessions
Changi Airport Group