Tag / mdis business school
News • Apr 28, 2015 09:42 +08
Mr Jason Espone, 35, had career progression in mind when he embarked on his Master of Business Administration (MBA) course 18 months ago. But he probably was not expecting the payoff to be this swift.
Blog posts • Jul 09, 2014 18:00 +08
The human brain is a highly intricate organ that has evolved over a long period of time, and much of that evolution has been dedicated to helping us make better, more complex decisions so that we can stay alive.
News • Jun 12, 2014 20:00 +08
"It provided good exposure about the industrial sector in Singapore. This industrial visit helped improve our knowledge about how businesses are run." said Ponraj Paramasivam, Master in Business Administration, University of Wales, UK. Read more on MDIS Business School flavourful industrial visit to the Kikkoman Production Plant
News • Jun 06, 2014 16:00 +08
For Madam Aisha Ahmat, 52, age is no barrier to education. She will soon start on her Advanced Diploma in Business Management course, now that she has secured a MDIS scholarship to help defray her costs.
Further studies at MDIS have helped Ms Hallie Tay upgrade her skills and knowledge to advance her career
News • May 27, 2014 22:30 +08
UNLIKE most tertiary students, Ms Hallie Tay, who has a diploma in product design and innovation from Ngee Ann Polytechnic, made the leap to the second year of the mechanical engineering programme at the Nanyang Technological University.
News • May 23, 2014 21:29 +08
Four students from the MDIS Business School were chosen as participants in the Strategist III, a reality TV-style marketing competition that you watch on Youtube. Read(and watch) more about it!
News • May 22, 2014 21:00 +08
MDIS Business Students are always encouraged to explore opportunities to learn outside of the classroom. As such, the MDIS Business School (MBS) organised an industrial visit to the Bloomberg to gain insights into the company’s culture and the corporate life in Singapore.
News • May 16, 2014 18:00 +08
Last year, six hours before Ms Cherin Chong was to take her final examination for her international business course, her waters broke. A pregnant woman's water bag can break unexpectedly but doctors say to keep calm as it does not always bring on immediate labour and birth of the baby.
News • Apr 30, 2014 22:57 +08
"In a competitive career environment, lifelong learning and upgrading are necessary. An investment in oneself is always worth it." – MS JENNIFER TANG, MDIS STUDENT, BACHELOR OF ARTS (HONS) BUSINESS AND MARKETING (TOP-UP), UNIVERSITY OF SUNDERLAND, UK.
News • Apr 12, 2014 11:03 +08
WORKING professionals might find going back to school difficult. But for Mr Tony Ang, 43, the journey towards obtaining his Master of Business Administration (MBA) awarded by Australia’s Southern Cross University (SCU) in 2011 was worthwhile.
News • Apr 11, 2014 06:50 +08
Going back to the paper chase after years spent in the workforce can be a tedious transition for many. Thankfully, institutions such as Management Development Institute of Singapore offer many flexible course structures for students, so that their studies can fit in with other obligations.
News • Apr 10, 2014 09:00 +08
Ms Cara Puah, 32-year-old mother of one who has a burgeoning career as a senior manager and also a beauty queen, says learning is a lifelong process and It is important for people to find joy in acquiring knowledge, and that is when they can get the most out of what they are learning.
News • Apr 08, 2014 20:30 +08
How does having a good understanding of yourself may help you to achieve financial stability and enhance personal development? Read more.
Better Prospects - Ms Wang Wei Ting gains management skills and gets a better job after acquiring a Master of Business Administration degree
News • Apr 06, 2014 21:00 +08
"I pursued the MBA to seek knowledge, upgrade myself and to learn management skills such as human resource management and financial analysis, which are becoming increasingly important in my career, as I progress from a technical background to handling more project management aspects." — Ms Wang Wei Ting.