Held annually in Singapore for 37 years, the Stanford–NUS Executive Programme in International Management (39th Intake) presents a unique opportunity for leaders to immerse in the vibrant cultures of two of the world’s most respected institutions: one renowned for its iconoclastic approach to critical thinking and challenging assumptions; the other for its uncompromisingly high standards and academic rigour.
In two weeks of highly intensive sessions, you will augment your expertise with current insights and knowledge of global and Asian business. Taught by senior faculty from NUS Business School and the Stanford Graduate School of Business, you will gain a thorough grounding on recent developments in business management, strategy and leadership from both sides of the Pacific Rim.
This programme is one of the recommended programmes on the NUS structured leadership development pathway.
Senior executives with at least eight years of significant managerial experience, who have interest in management theory and practices in an international context, including:
The Stanford Graduate School of Business began its first executive education programme in 1952. Recognised as one of the world’s top schools of management, the faculty works with leading companies around the globe to establish innovative, leading-edge management practices.
The program content, as well as the different perspectives from its participants, professors and content allow us to shortcut our learning curve and execution performance towards a better leadership profile, focused on customers, trust and team development.Gregorio AmadigiRegional Manager (Peru, Ecuador and Colombia)Grupo Tigre
The Stanford-NUS program delivers! Be prepared to be challenged, energised and change your mind-set. By the end of the two-week business bootcamp you will have a valuable international network and be highly motivated to start making positive changes in your life and business.Alejandro BlancoManaging DirectorSenor Taco / Plan B Ventures
This programme has been value-adding to me in terms of self-development and managerial competency. I went through some unlearning and relearning experiences during the past two weeks with an enriched insight into some business management concepts from the Asian perspectives. The program participation is very diverse, class and the group experience very exciting and the faculty is outstanding.Bolarin TolujoSenior General ManagerNotore Chemical Industries Plc
The Stanford-NUS Executive Program brings together the best of the East and West. Just the right balance between content depth and practical application. It was a personal enriching experience that I will recommend to any executive serious about growth.Andre Van der WaltRegional ManagerSMEC South Africa (Pty) Ltd
This program generally includes the necessary elements of the executive officers from macro sides to micro sides. And I was impressed by the enthusiasm of the faculty members.
I think this is the best program for those who are now evecutives and become executives in the near future, especially for those who are related to Asia.Toyotake KuwataDeputy General ManagerTokio Marine & Nichido Fire Insurance Co., Ltd.
One of the Best Executive Management Program I have had ever attended. Is not only the course content and is more to the very good Lecturer / Speaker.Yoke Lee, Alfred PangManaging DirectorSchweizer Electronic Singapore
The Stanford-NUS Executive Program in International Management brings together the very best of Silicon Valley from Stanford, and the deep knowledge of Asian markets from NUS. The discussions were both invigorating and insightful. I've became a better person and a better leader after this experience.João Cadamuro Junior, BrazilManaging DirectorBematech Asia
16 Aug - 30 Aug 2020
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Participants who complete this programme are considered as NUS Business School Executive Education alumni. For more information, please refer to our FAQ.
This programme is a supported course under the SkillsFuture Study Award for International Business. Award recipients will receive a monetary award of S$5,000, which can be used to defray out-of-pocket expenses for this programme.