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Full Time / Weekend (Part Time) MBA in Singapore

The Master of Business Administration (MBA) programme from Anglia Ruskin University is delivered in both Full-Time and Weekend (Part-Time) mode. The MBA programme has been developed to meet the needs of middle/senior managers and entrepreneurs in the running of businesses and to facilitate their progression to higher-level and more efficient roles within their organisation. Managers need to be aware of issues, able to analyse their potential outcomes and consequences and decide how to react.

Unique to the Anglia Ruskin’s MBA is the depth of emphasis on a strong, practical and professional orientation to the curriculum and learning styles. There are no written examinations in the curriculum. Real life examples are discussed and debated in class. Students can immediately apply the solutions in their business or workplace. Students will find themselves intellectually and analytically put to the test through assignments, projects and case studies. The learning objective is to help students improve their awareness of issues, analyse potential outcomes and consequences of their strategies or decisions.

The MBA has a strong reputation for providing managers and entrepreneurs with the foundation necessary for handling complex issues in a turbulent business environment. Leaders need to be able to handle challenges, be thoughtful, analytical and innovative.

For more information about MBA course contents, entry requirements, intakes, duration, assessment, etc, please click on options on the MBA Programme menu on the right of this page.


Entry Requirements

Applicants are required to satisfy all the following entry requirements:

  • EITHER to hold a degree from a UK university, normally at a minimum of lower second class honours;
  • OR to hold an academic or professional qualification which is equivalent in breadth and depth to a UK honours degree in accordance with the Academic Regulations. This may include a degree from a non-UK university;
  • (for applicants whose first language is not English) to demonstrate certified proficiency in the English language of at least IELTS 6.5 (or its equivalent), unless they can provide satisfactory evidence that they have been taught and examined through the medium of English.

Notes for Applicants :

  • Graduates with no work experience can apply.
  • Applicants who do not hold an academic or professional qualification but who can demonstrate, relevant work experience in a post of management or professional responsibility over an extended period of time may be admitted if, in the opinion of the Admissions Tutor, they are capable of benefiting from and contributing to the MBA programme.


    • 12 months (Full-time / Part-time)

Intakes (Course Start and End Date)


  • February of current year to January of following year
  • September of current year to August of following year


All exemptions are subject to academic board approval.

Delivery Method

Classroom face-to-face lectures.


100% Coursework, assignments and presentations. There are no written examinations.

Each credit-rated module is assessed by an assignment, often work or case-based. There are no formal examinations. This ensures that learning is context-specific and transferable. Assessments have a strong practical and professional orientation, enabling students to develop a range of practical management skills relevant to senior roles in their organisation. Work-based assignments are used where relevant and practical, to help students relate their learning to their work environment, increase knowledge of that environment, help raise their profile and ensure their sponsor gains immediate and practical benefits.


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Course Fee (Full Time/Part Time)*

S/N Title List Fee
1 Master of Business Administration SGD 20,000


  • Application Fee for International and Local Students: SGD 374.50 (with GST).
  • Fee Protection Scheme (FPS) and Medical Insurance: please visit Insurance Information for details.
  • All course fees are exclusive of the prevailing GST (7%) and are subject to change.
  • FTMSGlobal reserves the right to review and revise the fees as it deems fit without advance notice.

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Course Modules*

  • Business Analysis Project
  • Decision Making and Problem Solving
  • Entrepreneurship and Innovation
  • Marketing Management
  • Organisational Behaviour
  • Postgraduate Major Project
  • Research Methods for Business and Management
  • Strategic Financial Analysis
  • Strategic Management

* FTMSGlobal reserves the right to change the modules as and when it deems fit.

MBA Module Synopsis

Business Analysis Project

This module focuses on both strategic and operational aspects and integrates topics and themes from other modules. This integrative approach will enable you to develop a comprehensive understanding of the issues facing an organisation and the implications of those issues for its well-being.

Decision Making and Problem Solving

This module provides the skills and knowledge necessary to develop frameworks and approaches to decision making, by critically examining theoretical models and relating them to business experience.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation

This module will assess the classical model of entrepreneurship and examine the main characteristics of successful entrepreneurs within both smaller less well known organisations and the more famous names who lead larger organisations. Recent alternative approaches to entrepreneurship will be examined, focusing especially on how to develop an entrepreneurial culture that involves employees at every level within the organisation. The study of innovation will begin with the importance of creative and integrative thinking, followed by reflection on the context of innovation within the modern business environment. Finally, the innovation process itself will be examined along with attempts to protect innovations through a variety of intellectual property rights.

Marketing Management

This module seek to examine a series of case studies from a range of industries. One of the main focuses for the design of this module has been the further development of relevant employability and professional skills.

Organisational Behaviour

This module provides a number of conceptual frameworks to help student make sense of professional practice and context. The focus is to seek insights into behaviour in organisations from a behavioural - science perspective.

Postgraduate Major Project

Support students in preparation and submission of a masters stage project or dissertation. It involves an assessment volume equivalent to 15,000 words and worth 60 credits.

Research Methods for Business and Management

Students will develop the knowledge, skills and abilities will need to effectively carry out a piece of small-scale business or management research. A particular emphasis will be placed upon developing your skills towards your workplace based Masters dissertation or project.

Strategic Financial Analysis

This module provides a conceptual and analytical framework for looking at the financial performance of organisations operating internationally in capital, financial and operational markets.

Strategic Management

Students will explore the rich field of strategic management and how strategic analysis and formulation contribute to an organisation’s performance.

Early Exit Points

Students who are unable to complete the program may choose to exit the program at an earlier stage. With a minimum credits attained, the following level of certificate will be awarded.

 Postgraduate Certificate 60 Credits 
 Postgraduate Diploma 120 Credits 
 Masters 180 Credits 

120 credits + 60 credits (Postgraduate Major Project)


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