Friday, August 29, 2014

Why Take Your MBA in Singapore?

(Edublogs) - In today’s global market there are a seemingly endless number of choices to make when deciding where to go to graduate school. In today’s economy it is clear that an education is the key to obtaining good employment. It is also true that the more advanced your degree is, the better your job prospects are. The first simple reason is for career advancement. An advance degree is the key to career advancement and the increase in salary that goes with it. Everyone who starts out in business would like to obtain the education and skills necessary to be a business leader, begin their own business, and earn that corner office.

Colleges and universities are everywhere these days. Many specialize in business. Traditional brick and mortar institutions even face stiff competition from newer, online universities. They have the advantage of age and establishment. Many employers look for the names of established institutions on the resumes of those they hire and frown upon degrees from online universities. That argues in favor choosing to attend a school in person instead of online. That requires a student to choose a real place to attend school, a second simple reason to look into going to school in Singapore.

So why is Singapore the ideal place to go to business school? The simple reason is the city of Singapore itself. It is a vibrant and thriving city. There are few cities as exciting to live in as Singapore. It is city that blends historic Asian influences and the cutting edge. Breathtaking modern architecture blends with ancient influences for a dramatic skyline. Singapore is a paradise for foodies as well. Eastern and western cuisine can be found at every corner and ranges from the finest restaurants to unique and delicious street food. Shopping in Singapore is also quite an experience with everything from designer labels to designs that are unique to Singapore. With a vibrant art scene, a multi-cultural heritage, zoos and parks that have exotic wildlife, exciting sports, racing, water to cool off, a glamorous nightlife and a family friendly entertainment there is something for everyone in Singapore. After all, even the most serious and ambitious student needs time to unwind, have some fun and experience local culture!

Naturally studying for an MBA isn’t all fun and games! It is important to give some consideration to the business atmosphere in the city that a business program is located in. Are businesses thriving there? Are there opportunities for a student of business to pursue internships and employment while studying in the city? In the case of Singapore the answers to those questions are a resounding yes. Another important reason to get an MBA in Singapore is the skyrocketing businesses that call Singapore home. Long considered to be one of the “Four Asian Tigers”. Singapore is one of the rising economic powerhouses of Southeast Asia. It provides a changing and edifying backdrop for the study of business.

The final simple reason to study business in Singapore is the variety and quality of programs that are available there to a student. Once a student has made up their mind to pursue a degree it is always important to carefully weigh all the program options that are available. Singapore has a wide variety of quality options for taking an MBA in Singapore. Some top American universities such as the University of Chicago have campuses in Singapore. There are also many local institutions such as Singapore Management University that provide affordable and challenging opportunities.

Read more: http://digiparchment.edublogs.org/2014/08/28/reasons-to-take-your-mba-in-singapore/ 

Sunday, August 24, 2014

MBA courses in Singapore

--> (CoursesinSG) - When you're considering an MBA, one of the more important factors to take into account would be - the rankings of the business school or institution that you're applying with. Top schools and institutions are much more difficult to get into, they require higher GMAT scores, good past academic performance, full-time work experience, interviews by faculty members, etc. The benefits of studying in a high ranking business school include - recognition by employers, access to the best resources and professors, a higher standard of education, and more. The following are the top MBA programs and business schools in Singapore, they're all officially recognized by the local government.

Local Universities

NUS MBA

The NUS MBA is one of the top ranked MBA programs in Singapore. They have a globally-oriented curriculum, and many opportunities for students to study internationally. The program is offered at NUS Business School, and it's available in 6 different double degree formats, they are as follows - 1) NUS-Peking University Double Degree MBA, 2) NUS-HEC Paris Double Degree MBA, 3) S3 Asia MBA, 4) Double Degree with Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, 5) NUS PhD-MBA, and 6) UCLA-NUS Executive MBA. NUS MBA is accredited by international business school accreditation organisations - AACSB, EQUIS and GMAC.

NANYANG MBA

The NANYANG MBA is an equally prestigious Singaporean MBA program. It is highly ranked in Asia and globally, and it is also the first local MBA program to be accredited by EQUIS (EU) and AACSB. The NANYANG MBA is offered at NBS (Nanyang Business School), and it's available in different specialisation tracks - 1) strategy & innovation track and 2) banking & finance track. Students who want to achieve an additional MBA can choose from 3 different double degree programs - 1) Nanyang Waseda Double MBA, 2) Nanyang St Gallen Double MBA and 3) Nanyang Essec Double Masters. Some of the highlights of The NANYANG MBA program includes being taught by the world's best business professor - Professor Vijay Sethi, and studying a revamped MBA curriculum that has a stronger focus on Asia. Learn more.

SMU MBA

SMU MBA is a MBA program established in 2008, it is offered by the Lee Kong Chian School of Business (LKCSB). SMU MBA is ranked 25th for MBA in Asia Pacific by QS, and it is fully accredited by international bodies EQUIS, AACSB and GMAC. SMU MBA positions itself as the 'Real-World MBA', and the school promises its students a rigorous and relevant program that will teach them practical skills which are immediately applicable in companies and businesses. LKCSB states that they have strong industry ties, and that their students will be able to get internships in prestigious companies. The schools state that their graduates have gone on to work in companies like ExxonMobil, General Electric, HSBC, Unilever, Yahoo, and more. Learn more. Useful Tips: Scholarships for MBA - Enrolling in an MBA program can cost you a lot of money. All of the local universities and most of the top MBA schools offer various scholarship opportunities, students should always check to see if they qualify for any grants and subsidies. International Institutions (with local campus)

INSEAD MBA

INSEAD is one of the top international business schools in Singapore, it is highly ranked by Financial Times and Businessweek. Their MBA program has an intense pace, and it focuses on cultivating leadership in its students.

Read more at: http://www.coursesinsg.com/2012/06/top-mbas-in-singapore.html

Saturday, August 23, 2014

Online MBA in Malaysia: Reviews

Online MBA Malaysia

Masters of Business Administration (MBA) are postgraduate degree programs in business administration.

MBA is a program designed for students who want to further their academic skills and broaden their knowledge in the business space. Students gain a broad understanding of the key functions of a range of business areas and use these skills to contribute to lon term direction of a business.


Some MBA program classes are online, students will not have to appear too many face to face classes. Schedules may not be as stringent when taking lessons online. Students can work on and carry out assignments when they are ready and at their personal pace.

The following are some online MBA programs in Malaysia:

Online Master of Business Administration (Online MBA), Universiti Sains Malaysia
Dr. Teoh Ai Ping
Program Manager (Online MBA)
Graduate School of Business
Universiti Sains Malaysia
11800 USM, Penang, MALAYSIA


E-mail: apteoh@usm.my/apteoh@gmail.com

Online MBA
Wawasan Open University
Toll Free Careline at 1300-888-968 (WOU)

SEGI online MBA course
Master of Business Administration. Flexible schedule, study online.
Address: No. 9, Jalan Teknologi, Taman Sains Selangor, Kota Damansara, PJU 5, 47810 Petaling Jaya, Selangor Darul Ehsan
Programme Enquiry: 03-6145 1788


Online MBA reviews in Malaysia


Online and recognised MBA? - Lowyat.NET Mar 4, 2010 - 20 posts - ‎10 authors
Does anyone know any MBA course which is conducted online .... I think my colleague only needs an online and recognised MBA in Malaysia.

Online MBA/eMBA - Lowyat.NET
Feb 26, 2014 - 7 posts - ‎4 authors
Where to find certified online MBA in Malaysia? Any local unis offer online learning ? I want to find unis / colleges that can be trusted since I ...

Part-time MBA in Malaysia - Lowyat.NET
Oct 18, 2009 - 22 posts - ‎16 authors
Malaysia's Largest Online Community. ... Appreciate if anyone can suggest which part-time MBA is cheap & worth to take in Malaysia.

Best Business School In Malaysia - Lowyat.NET
Nov 10, 2008 - 89 posts - ‎42 authors
Malaysia's Largest Online Community. ... Their MBA is ranked top 100 in the world. User is offline Profile Card PM. Go to the top of the page.

Strathclyde MBA in Malaysia - Lowyat.NET
May 24, 2007 - 15 posts - ‎12 authors
Malaysia's Largest Online Community. ... I've done a little bit of research on MBA programs in Malaysia and found that the Strathclyde MBA is ...

Part Time MBA Programmes - Lowyat.NET
Apr 15, 2012 - 38 posts - ‎23 authors
Malaysia's Largest Online Community. ... Been scouting around for quite some time for part time MBA offered in Klang Valley area. I found a few ...

MBA in Malaysia - Lowyat.NET
Mar 16, 2012 - 34 posts - ‎23 authors
Malaysia's Largest Online Community. ... Does entry into MBA schools in Malaysian Uni requires at least 2 years of working experience ?

Edinburgh (Heriot-Watt U, UK) MBA - Putrajaya 2013 - Lowyat.NET
Oct 3, 2012 - 21 posts - ‎14 authors
Malaysia's Largest Online Community. ... whoever that is looking for part time MBA program, another excellent options is coming to Malaysia.

Local MBA - Lowyat.NET
Mar 28, 2008 - 68 posts - ‎37 authors
Malaysia's Largest Online Community. ... If there is no different as not many working opportunity that require MBA in Malaysia. I also doubt how ...

Open University Malaysia (OUM) - Lowyat.NET
Mar 7, 2006 - 52 posts - ‎32 authors
I would like to know anybody study in "Open University Malaysia"? http://www. oum.edu.my/portal/index.php ... notes, tutorials, assignments, solutions for tests by theirselve through online. .... Taking MBA at OUM.. is it worth?

If there are any that we’ve missed then please let us know in the comments!


Sunday, August 17, 2014

Facebook Marketing Singapore – Guide to Facebook Marketing (Basic to Intermediate)

If you Google “Facebook marketing singapore’, you will get a list of Facebook or social media marketing agencies and some workshop providers and Gurus on Facebook Marketing. Before you decide to spend your big-bucks on Facebook marketing on your online or offline business in Singapore, do feel free to go through the following list of free resources below in order to understand the basics.

Hopefully, the following Facebook Marketing resources will speed up your learning curve in Facebook marketing and your digital marketing strategies; and also to make a better decision in deciding which Facebook marketing agency or social media agency to work with and which Guru to choose to support you further.


In this blog post and the external resources (links), you will find out how to:

  • Use Basic Features of Facebook
  • Use Facebook for your business
  • Protect your privacy
  • Set up a Facebook Page
  • Get people to like your Facebook Page
  • Build a Facebook Landing Page
  • Organize an event on Facebook
  • Comment on and Tag other Pages as your Page
  • Advertise on Facebook
  • And many more
Let's get started…


Facebook Basics


Facebook 101: A Simple Guide to Understanding When and How to Use Basic Features

Setting up your Facebook Account

Facebook 101 for Business: Your Complete Guide

Facebook Privacy and Security

How to Protect Your Privacy with Facebook’s New Privacy Settings in 17 Easy Steps

Set up “Login Approvals” 2-step account security on Facebook?

Why Use Facebook for Business?

11 Mind-Blowing Reasons Your Company Needs Facebook

Top 10 Reasons You Should Have a Fan Page

R.I.P. 3 Ways Facebook is Killing Your Website

Setting up your Facebook Page

How to Set Up a Facebook Page

How to Build the Perfect Facebook Fan Page, 2011 Edition

How To Set Up The Vanity Url For Your Facebook Fan Page

Getting People to Like Your Page

21 Creative Ways To Increase Your Facebook Fanbase

Business 101: How to Get People to LIKE You – Tips on Building Your Facebook Fan Base

How to Get More Likes For Your Facebook Page (The Easy Way!)

10 simple ways to grow your Facebook Page

Disturbing trend: big brands pimping Facebook “Likes”

Setting up a Welcome Page

How To Build A Facebook Landing Page With iFrames

Tutorial: Add an iFrame Application to your Facebook Fan Page – 2011 Edition

How to Make a Custom Facebook Page Tab With Iframes

Facebook Groups

Facebook Groups vs. Facebook Pages – Which Is Best?

New Facebook Groups Could Be Big for Business

Facebook Events


HOW TO: Organize an Event on Facebook

Creating the Perfect Facebook Event — Part One

Creating the perfect Facebook event — Part Two

Six Ways To Effectively Promote Events on Facebook — Case Study

10 Facebook Events Gone Wrong

Facebook Mobile with Places and Deals

New Data: 33% of Facebook Posting is Mobile

A Field Guide to Using Facebook Places

Facebook Deals Review

Adding Facebook Applications

Top 75 Apps for Enhancing Your Facebook Page

Add YouTube to Your Facebook Page

Big Companies on Facebook

The 15 Most Popular Brands On Facebook

8 Brands That Have Found Success on Facebook & What We Can Learn

26 Facebook Fan Page Examples in Detail

How to Comment on and Tag other Pages as your Page

Everything You Need To Know About Facebook’s Epic Upgrade To Pages

Tagging Other Pages On Your Facebook Business Page Wall: How-To & Ettiquette

Best Practices

Top 5 Things for Facebook Page Success

Altimeter Report: The 8 Success Criteria For Facebook Page Marketing

The Difference Between Engaged and Engaging

Advertising on Facebook

Facebook Ads 101 – How to Set up and Track Facebook Ads

The How-To Guide For Facebook Advertising

Guide to Facebook Ads


You now have the skills and the knowledge of Facebook marketing. All the Best!

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Content Marketing Malaysia: How to create content that sells

Although content marketing is still a rather new concept in Malaysia, it is a growing trend in the US. Most businesses in Malaysia will outsource the content marketing to either an advertising agency or a public relations (PR) agency.

Most of us will tend to focus on generating leads for the sales team to close the leads. But we all know that not all leads will convert to sales. The main objective of the sales team is to close more customers. Therefore, content that helps your sales team bring more revenue to your company needs to be effective and different than your typical branding-focused content.

Doug Kessler, has put together the following presentation to help answer those questions. Flip through it to learn how you can make your content less about marketing and more about selling. 




All the Best!

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