Nanyang Mba Essays Tips

Nanyang Business School
Average GMAT Score662GMAT Range600-720
Total Applicants

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Class Size177Average Work Experience64 Months
Applicant DeadlinesR1:14-Nov-2017
R2:15-Jan-2018
R3:31-Mar-2018
Decision DatesR1:15-Jan-2018
R2:15-Mar-2018
R3:20-May-2018
Length of Program12 MonthsPlacement Information

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NTU MBA Admission Consultants

Nanyang Technological University is among the Top 40 MBA programmes in the world and the first and only Singapore University to be ranked that high.

Nanyang MBA offers a unique mix of global perspective with an Asian focus, keeping you abreast of the latest business trends and technology. As an industry-oriented business school, we create opportunities for you to network with business professionals and entrepreneurs. You will also have the flexibility of specialising in an area which adds depth to your portfolio, or graduating with a General MBA for a broader business outlook.

Find below the NTU MBA Application essay:

Nanyang Business School MBA Application Essays are as below:

Essay 1:
Briefly describe your involvement in any Social Responsibility or Sustainable Development activities (maximum 150 words).

Essay 2:
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)

Essay 3:
Tell us about two achievements (one as a leaderand one as ateam member) that you are most proud of, and why you feel that to be so. (400 word limit)

Essay 4:
Share with us a situation where you faced adversity. Describe how you resolved it and what you learned from this experience. (400 word limit)Share with us a situation where you faced adversity. Describe how you resolved it and what you learned from this experience. (400 word limit)

SCHOLARSHIP ESSAY (ONLY for Applicants who intend to apply for scholarships)

Explain why you believe you should be awarded a scholarship and how you anticipate contributing to Nanyang MBA program and your fellow participants. (400 word limit)

Re-applicant Essay:

Since the time of your last application, how has your perspective regarding your future & Nanyang MBA changed? (300 word limit)

Tell us about a time or incident where you had to propel yourself beyond expectations or established norms. Explain why you did it.

The above question brings to memory the month of month year during my tenure with ABC.  My mettle as an engineer was tested when I was assigned a cutting-edge, highly specialized AS400 technology project for developing “anti-money laundering” computer software. I assumed responsibility for leading a 4-member team towards learning this technology and implementing the project. We were required to develop computer software capable of generating reports on financial transactions across a variety of global geographies.

I was quick to realize that the company did have a massive inventory of “modules” (sections of software built for other projects) that could be utilized for this project. However, #### such modules existed, making it virtually impossible to select the useful ones in the short timeframe. I thus proposed the idea of building a “search utility” that would practicably accelerate the selection process.

The idea was appreciated by my seniors. However aggressive project timelines resulted in greater focus on standard/existing processes and search utility development was deemed a “mid-term/not immediate” activity. I was permitted to take a final call provided I could balance the task with existing workflow and responsibilities.

I took up the challenge. The search engine tool for AS400 technology was brought to life with ## months of “burning the candle at both ends”.  It led to savings of ### man-hours/year (highly-skilled and thus costly manpower) by accelerating the analysis, design, scoping, research and audit of project activities. It gave me tremendous satisfaction to notice the popular usage of my “search engine” across various multinational locations of the company.

The key reason for developing the tool was to bring my idea to fruition. I had confidence it is value.  I also seized the opportunity to enhance my abilities at multi-tasking and achieve more in lesser duration.

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