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Median Base Salary: $84,625

Median Salary with Bonus: $131,760

% Employed After Graduation: 96.0

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"Tell us about your intermediate (5 yrs) post-MBA career goal, describing your industry, function and country of choice and a plan on how you would achieve this goal. (300 words) All MBA programs want their students to be pleased with the employment they find and the career trajectory ahead of them after graduation. Applicants must demonstrate in this essay that they know what they can expect to achieve within 5 years of graduating so that the Admissions office will believe you are realistically driven. Optional Essay: If there is anything else you would like to share with the Admissions Committee that was not covered in your application, please include here (eg. unexplained gaps in work, choice of recommenders, inconsistent or questionable academic performance). (150 words) I personally find the placement of this question second a bit awkward, since at this point in the application you still have essay space to cover things about yourself. I recommend writing the remaining two essay questions first and then examining what areas of your background you may not have explained completely. This optional space may certainly be used to explain poor academic performance, but if possible I highly recommend shining the spotlight on an area of strength in the process: poor grades do not have to stand on their own when you can demonstrate that you spent your undergraduate education in significant extracurricular leadership roles, for example 3 Please answer ONE of the following short essay prompts. (300 words) 1. I am passionate about 2. My greatest challenge has been 3. My biggest failure was All three of these questions are opportunities to share an interesting experience from your life. Passion comes through with differentiating details (did you compete in 10Ks every weekend? Did you turn $500 in high school summer earnings into an investment portfolio worth thousands?). Challenges are overcome with drive, tenacity, and commitment. Failures are learning experiences and launch pads for subsequent successes. Share an example here that will help the Admission committee see your exceptionality come alive. 4. Please introduce yourself to your NUS MBA classmates. (300 words) This essay can be about anything in your background. The easiest way to tackle a question like this is to identify 3 attributes that describe you and spend around 100 words sharing an example of each. Keep in mind that NUS is seeking students from diverse professional and national backgrounds with evidence of strong leadership abilities and positive impact on business and society. Essays emphasizing and sharing evidence of these attributes will demonstrate fit with NUS well."

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Full-Time MBA Students: 120

Average GMAT: 660

GMAT Score Range: 600-700

Average Age: 29.0

Average Work Experience: 5.3 Years

Rolling Admissions: Yes

% Students who are Women: 31.0%

International Students: 93.0%

Number of Applicants: 1324

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Deadline 1: 10/01/2018

Deadline 2: 02/01/2018

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