NUS Business School

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NUS Business School
NationalUniversityofSingapore.svg
Established 1965
Type Business School
Dean Bernard Yeung
Academic staff 149[1]
Undergraduates 2,722
Location Singapore, Singapore, Singapore
1°17′39″N 103°46′26″E / 1.29417°N 103.77389°E / 1.29417; 103.77389Coordinates: 1°17′39″N 103°46′26″E / 1.29417°N 103.77389°E / 1.29417; 103.77389
Language English
Affiliations National University of Singapore
Website bschool.nus.edu

NUS Business School is the business school of the National University of Singapore (NUS), and a world-renowned business school based in Singapore. The 2014 Financial Times MBA ranking placed NUS Business School 5th in the Asia-Pacific and 32nd in the world.[2] The 2012 QS Global 200 Business Schools Report[3] listed NUS Business School as the third best business school in the Asia-Pacific.[4] NUS Business School was established in 2002, although its history dates back to 1961, when Business Administration was first taught as a subject in the then Department of Economics in NUS.[5] NUS Business School is located at the Kent Ridge campus, and in 2009, the school moved into the new Mochtar Riady Building.[6] Its current dean is Professor Bernard Yeung.[7]

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The school is made up of six academic departments:[8]

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