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Rutgers University has more than 460,000 alumni worldwide including more than 33,000 graduates from the business school and more than 1,000 from its academic programs in Asia. The networking opportunities for alumni of the Executive MBA program in Singapore extend well beyond Asia and touch every corner of the planet.

Rutgers Business School Asia Pacific is happy to serve as a resource to all Rutgers University alumni in Singapore. Join our LinkedIn network to touch base with fellow alumnus, and like minded professionals in Singapore and beyond.

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"The professors at Rutgers are great. Through their enthusiasm to impart their lifetime of research and teachings, the students benefitted greatly and the lessons are always over too soon and packed with so much useful information. The application is almost immediate. The capstone Business Strategy class taught by Prof Karafin helped me the next week when I had to attend a Leadership Summit in the US and had to present a business strategy to the CEO and the Operating Committee."
Lim Tze-Beng, MBA
Regional Manufacturing Technology Lead
Ashland Inc Singapore
Rutgers Executive MBA Program,
Class of 2015
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What our Alumni have to say...

Below are some highlights from our alumni, detailing how they value their education with Rutgers, in Singapore and beyond…

The Rutgers EMBA faculty are highly-regarded and world-class. We started the program as the pandemic emerged, yet their professionalism, passion for education and ability to relate to their students was unfaltering.


Towards the final few months of the Executive MBA program, I had the opportunity to join a company that I respected for its values, legacy, and success. This new role provided me with long-term growth, increased responsibilities and the rare opportunity to be a part of a team implementing a new strategy. There is no doubt that the Rutgers EMBA helped to prepare me for this next step in my career.


Mark Kolentsis, MBA
General Manager
I’m always grateful for the macro understanding and insight Dr. Farrokh Langdana gave me during my EMBA program. Those concepts have enabled me to keep up in the boardroom over the past 10 years and have made such a difference for me.

I’m the Vice President and General Manager of International for Daryl Flood Relocation & Logistics. We’re the largest agent for Mayflower Transit in the US. I mention boardroom in general terms although I do play a role in our board meetings. I wouldn’t have been able to get this job nor hold onto it without the knowledge and skills I learned from Rutgers.



Bill Brill, MBA
Vice President and General Manager
My dream was to get an MBA from an American University to upgrade myself in areas of interest and learn new topics which I have not experienced before. Rutgers EMBA was the program of choice to realize my dream. I value this program for what I learnt, whom did I learn from and how did I learn in REMBA.

What I learnt– a diverse set of modules with depth in the topics covered, cases analyzed, and the learning objectives achieved. Each module adds to a range of skills and knowledge to carry on to our work environment. The program is structured in a way to learn from each module, build and carry the learning to the upcoming modules. The learning is not only about the hard skills, but there is also a lot of opportunity and time on offer to sharpen our soft skills in this program.


Vaideeshwaran Krishnamoorthy, MBA
Being an engineer throughout my career has given me minimum exposure on how an organization is being managed, especially in business, financial and other critical areas if you are aiming to climb the corporate ladder.  Desiring to expand my portfolio and wanting to break away from being a “traditional” engineer, I decided to explore EMBA programs.


M.Nasir, Ja’apar Jay, MBA
Senior Quality Engineer
Never stop learning, especially for someone liked me who has spent 20 years career in supply chain and R&D management with increasing responsibility. Given my busy schedule in work, family and travelling, I have been wanting to get an MBA degree from a reputable business school since 2016; but I just could not find anything that suited me, mainly due to unjustifiable high tuition fee or inconvenient location.  In 2018, my job relocated me to Singapore from USA and I was glad that I run into Rutgers EMBA program at an MBA fair. I ended up joining the Class of 2020. What a great journey! After spending many long weekends and weeknights, I met many awesome classmates and professors from 10 different countries, spanning from Asia to North America and Europe.


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