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Median Base Salary: $71,100

Median Salary with Bonus: $126,218

% Employed After Graduation: 100.0

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"Essay One: Briefly describe your involvement in any Social Responsibility or Sustainable Development activities (maximum 150 words) From this prompt, it is obvious that Nanyang places social responsibility very high on its list of priorities. While describing your involvement, dont forget to explain your motivation for undertaking the task in question, and the impact it made. In all likelihood, you will have worked in a group, so that you can also bring out the collaborative nature of your undertaking. Journalists follow a classical rule while reporting events, and you may possibly find this useful in your description. It is called the five Ws and one H. In presenting any account, say who was involved, what happened, where and when it took place, and why and how it happened. Answering these questions ensures that you give a complete picture of the situation. Essay Two: Briefly assess your career progress to date. Elaborate on your near-term (3-5 years) future career objectives and how pursuing a Nanyang MBA will help you achieve these. (400 word limit) While assessing your career progress, you need not go into detail regarding your technical accomplishments. Rather, you should concentrate on the leadership roles you assumed, since this is what the adcom will be primarily concerned with. Explain what drove you into this career, and why a particular career path especially appeals to you. If there has been any switch in career roles, or gaps between different jobs, give credible reasons for the same. Following this, point out the short-term and long-term goals you have formulated for yourself, and then zero in on the skills you still need to acquire, and on why you think Nanyang is your best bet in this regard. Cogent reasons might include its strong Asia-focus, its high ranking, and its location in one of the worlds most liveable and efficient cities. Essay Three: Tell us about two achievements (one personal and one professional) that you are most proud of, and why you feel that to be so. Please change this to: Tell us about two achievements (one as a leader and one as a team member) that you are most proud of, and why you feel that to be so. Essay Four: How do you anticipate contributing to the Nanyang MBA Program and your fellow participants? It may be helpful to share experiences from your past where you have been able to do something similar. (400 word limit). Please change this to: Share with us a situation where you faced adversity. Describe how you resolved it and what you learnt from this experience (400 word limit). Scholarship Essay: Explain why you should be awarded a scholarship and how you anticipate contributing to the Nanyang MBA programme and your fellow participants.

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Full-Time Key Statistics

Full-Time MBA Students: 100

Average GMAT: 665

GMAT Score Range: 600-780

Average Age: 28.0

Average Work Experience: 6.0 Years

Rolling Admissions: No

% Students who are Women: 40.0%

International Students: 89.0%

Number of Applicants: 901

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Deadline 1: 11/06/2017

Deadline 2: 01/15/2018

Deadline 3: 03/31/2018

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