Singapore's Online MBA Event

Virtual World MBA Tour Singapore

Virtual World MBA Tour Singapore

About the Event

Virtual World MBA Tour Singapore 

Online group info sessions for candidates in Singapore
29 July | Thurs 18:30 – 22:00 SGT

📌 Register free!

19:00 – 21:30  Connect MBA: Pre-booked 1:1/Group Schools Info Sessions (ZOOM)

  • More than 10 universities participating: learn about programmes in depth through group info sessions
  • Each school has different programme offers and scholarships. Even if a school isn’t your target school, you might find out some interesting information by connecting with university staff
  • Practice your interview skills and discover things you couldn’t with online research – like a school’s atmosphere
  • Meet leading business schools on Zoom

🏫 Imperial College Business School
🏫 Melbourne Business School
🏫 NUS, SMU, Nanyang & and many more!

*This event is best suited for those with at least 2 years of work experience. Please include your CV or LinkedIn profile when registering. 

The QS Virtual MBA Event is a unique opportunity to meet admissions directors from the world’s top business schools! Learn more about their programs, the application process, and get any MBA-related questions answered.

The event is free – Register now to network with industry experts, alumni and gain access to scholarships worth US$5.8M!

📢 Attendees benefit: Free CV review with a career coach

Candidates who attend more than three school info sessions will be sent a personalised CV review via email as a video note after the event.

Just email any questions to or Whatsapp us on +44 207 284 7219

School List

TBC, Full list will be available 2 weeks before the event date

  • ESSEC Asia-Pacific
  • Singapore Management University
  • Nanyang Business School
  • Strathclyde Business school
  • National University of Singapore Business School
  • IE Business School
  • Imperial College: Imperial College Business School
  • The University of Manchester: Alliance Manchester Business School
  • Melbourne Business School, University of Melbourne