Stellar Global Alumni Network

IN A CLASS OF YOUR OWN

The National University of Singapore is world-renowned for our academic excellence in education, research and service. When you complete your NUS MBA programme, you become part of a vibrant network consisting of more than 38,000 business school graduates and 288,000 university alumni from diverse disciplines.


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Our Global Alumni Network Office (GANO) helps you stay connected to the university community and with lifelong learning and networking events. As a member of GANO, you can receive support at every stage of your career and benefit from these valuable services:
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CAREER DEVELOPMENTAND GUIDANCE
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LEARNING FROM THE BEST

As part of the NUS MBA community, get to learn from prominent figures and leaders in businesses around the globe with the NUS MBA mentorship programme. During the programme, get to be custom matched to alumni mentors who will be able to impart wisdom, advice and share their expertise on the path that they trod before you.Find out more about how you could benefit from being a mentee here.
 

PROMINENT ALUMNIS

liak Liak Teng Lit, MBA 1991Mr Liak Teng Lit is the Group Chief Executive Officer of Alexandra Health System, which is an integrated healthcare system that serves over 700,000 residents in the north of Singapore. Prior to this, Mr Liak was the CEO of Khoo Teck Puat Hospital, Alexandra Hospital, Changi General Hospital ,and Toa Payoh Hospital. He was also involved in the restructuring of major hospitals including The National University Hospital, Kandang Kerbau Hospital and Singapore General Hospital.View hereliakYam Ah Mee, MBA 1991As the former Chief Executive of LTA from 2005 to 2010, Mr Yam oversaw the rapid growth of an existing consultancy wing within the LTA called MSI Global. The company offered transport expertise in many countries, allowing LTA staff to hone their skills and develop their experience outside of Singapore. As a measure of its success, MSI Global increased its net worth from S$600,000 in 2005 to S$22 million in 2010. He attributes his entrepreneurial streak to his time at the National University of Singapore’s (NUS) Business School, where he completed his MBA in 1991.View hereliakYeo Keng Joon, MBA 1985Since 2000, Mr Yeo has been appointed to the Board of Advisers of the NUS Business School. In 2006, he was awarded the Distinguished Alumni Service by NUS. “To me, contributing to the school is something I enjoy,” elaborates Mr Yeo. “It’s also about working with the people around you. We have been able to put successfully put together great teams of people to get things moving.”View here
Learn more about the alumni community you could be part of as a NUS MBA alumni here.
In many ways the NUS MBA was a journey of self-discovery and one after which I have come out stronger and ready to restart my career in earnest.
RITA
Class of 2017
2015 Intake, Full-time