Choi Dongwon

Assistant Professor,
People & Organisations Department,
NEOMA Business School

The most impressive aspect of NUS Business School is its culture of collaboration among faculty members. Through frequent interaction with them, I learned invaluable lessons regarding research methods and philosophies. By interacting with the invited scholars, I obtained fruitful feedback on my research projects. Overall, NUS has provided a conducive environment for me to develop as a researcher.

Nai Wen De, Jared

Assistant Professor,
Lee Kong Chian School of Business/Organisational Behaviour and Human Resources,
Singapore Management University

The most impressive aspect of NUS Business School is its culture of collaboration among faculty members. Through frequent interaction with them, I learned invaluable lessons regarding research methods and philosophies. By interacting with the invited scholars, I obtained fruitful feedback on my research projects. Overall, NUS has provided a conducive environment for me to develop as a researcher.

Lin Jia

Assistant Professor,
Department of Management and Marketing,
Hong Kong Polytechnic University

One of the greatest strengths of the PhD programme at National University of Singapore, Business School is its generous support for students to be exposed to the most cutting-edge research. We were financially supported to attend top-tier conferences, and could nominate prominent scholars worldwide for research seminars. We were also given the most rigorous training to be an independent and successful researcher.

Navid Asgari

Assistant Professor
Strategy & Statistics
Gabelli School of Business
Fordham University

The doctoral programme at NUS Business school was challenging, yet rewarding. Rigorous coursework, world-class faculty, and state-of-the-art facilities will bring out the best in you.

Combine these with the experience of living in Singapore and you will realise that being trained at NUS Business School is one of the best decisions you will make.

Sankalp Chaturvedi

Associate Professor
Organisational Behaviour & Leadership
Business School
Imperial College London

Intellectually stimulating, international and supportive - these words encompass my experience of the NUS PhD programme as a whole. The structural design of the programme was intellectually invigorating and challenging, and made sure that we are internationally competitive. We were learning from renowned international scholars and students. And finally, NUS gave me access to one of the best supportive environments (scholarships, conference funding, etc.) to enable learning. The whole experience was truly exceptional and has given me a lifelong memory to cherish. I am proud to be an NUS alumnus.