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    Marion Dimayuga, MBA
    General Manager – South-East Asia
    Riedel Communications GmbH & Co. KG
    Rutgers Executive MBA Program, Class of 2023

The decision to choose Rutgers EMBA has proven to be one of the most rewarding and impactful choices of my professional life. What set Rutgers apart was the diverse cohort of accomplished professionals from around the world. Interacting with individuals from various industries and cultures provided me with a unique perspective on global business practices, breaking down barriers and fostering lasting connections. Collaborating with such talented peers not only enhanced my teamwork and communication abilities but also broadened my network significantly.

Beyond the academic aspect, Rutgers nurtured my leadership potential and encouraged me to embrace authenticity. The emphasis on ethical leadership and social responsibility instilled a profound sense of purpose in me. I emerged from the program with a heightened awareness of the impact I can make, both as a business leader and as a responsible global citizen.

Looking back on my Rutgers EMBA journey, I can confidently say that the decision to choose this program has been life-changing. The lessons I learned, the connections I forged, and the growth I experienced will forever remain a cherished part of my personal and professional identity.

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    Mark Kolentsis, MBA
    General Manager
    Jebsen & Jessen Turf & Irrigation
    Rutgers Executive MBA Program, Class of 2021

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.


Professor Patorniti’s (HAP) Business Strategy module helped me to reflect on my career as well as current and future business opportunities through a strategic lens. Professor HAP’s ability to take complex strategic concepts and make them applicable to the situations we face professionally was impressive.


Professor Pagda’s Strategic Transformation Management module highlighted how to put the framework in place to drive meaningful transformation in an organization. The case studies and guest speakers from Microsoft were great examples of how industry-leading organizations have successfully driven strategic transformations.


Professor Williamson’s Organizational Behavior module allowed me to look at how strategy, transformation and the most valuable part of any corporation, the people must interact to drive meaningful change. “Alignment is key to maximizing performance,” is something Professor Williamson said in one of his first lectures; it has stuck with me.


Dr. James Innovative Leadership module was dynamic and drove the class to tell their leadership story in a meaningful way. Dr. James’ passion and ability to get the most out of his students while showcasing what modern leadership looks like is truly amazing.


All four of these professors were a big part of my success in the application process for the next step in my career and I am thankful for the time they spent with me outside of the classroom. I now have a dual role as the General Manager of the Singapore business and am also the Regional Equipment Manager across eight countries at Jebsen & Jessen. I took on this new appointment just as I completed my EMBA from Rutgers Business School and know that this experience helped prepare me for the next step in my career.

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    Bill Brill, MBA
    Vice President and General Manager
    International for Daryl Flood Relocation & Logistics
    Rutgers Executive MBA Program, Class of 2010

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.

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    Harihara Subramanian
    Project Management Institute (PMI) Singapore Chapter
    Immediate Past President
    Rutgers Executive MBA Program, Class of 2017

I have immense esteem for all of my Rutgers business school professors, where it was a gateway of my career for enriching knowledge over business financial acumen from strategic leadership to macro-economic all the way to global business management. The practical ideas I obtained during the MBA program, helped me to adapt the right strategy for problem-solving, and to deal changing mindset of customers, ensuring value creation and moreover facing boldly the world to deal with various stakeholders at all levels. Thank you, Rutgers Business School, once again for playing an important part of my career, marching steadily stronger ahead

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    Vaideeshwaran Krishnamoorthy
    Standard Chartered Bank
    Rutgers Executive MBA Program, Class of 2021

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.

Whom did I learn from– Professors who teach the modules are some of the best people to learn from, some of them live the topic every day! They carry a wealth of knowledge and experience into the class. They are keen to interact, share and take away from the class. There is a lot of commitment from the professors to offer REMBA as a unique world class program.

How did I learn– It’s the experience and impact of multiplying the class learning with thoughts, ideas, and work experiences from the class cohort. Between the start and end of the modules, the experience is like taking away a wealth of thoughts and ideas from the class with an added excitement of what’s in store for the next day.

The program is intense and fully packed for 14-15 months. It demands commitment and quality time from the students but what it offers back is a powerhouse experience i.e., the power of carrying knowledge, skills, and people with you, always.

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    Rajesh Madhavan
    Alfa Laval
    Regional After Sales Manager
    Rutgers Executive MBA Program, Class of 2021

“I got promoted midway through my Executive MBA program. I completed a panel interview which was an interesting process where they need to weigh in external candidates and myself.

Glad that we had completed the Global Leadership course in the EMBA program and did the LPI action plan. My OPQ results were good. Before the panel interview, I reviewed our Global Leadership course slides. The panel interview was mostly around leadership, people and process.

I would like to take this opportunity to thank Professor Ramon Henson for his kind assistance and guidance. I’m grateful for his advice given at right time.”

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    Yap Chee Keong, MBA, MS, PMP, LSSBB

    Executive Director, Innovation and Development, APAC

    Sealed Air Corporation

    Rutgers Executive MBA Program, Class of 2020

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.

What attracted me the most was RBS offers the same degree as I would have taken it in New Jersey, USA with all professors flying in from mostly US. The Global Mindset, Corporate Strategy, Innovative Leadership and Organizational Behaviors courses are top notch. What changed me the most was Macroeconomics, Financial Statement Analysis and International Finance Strategy. The professors gave me the confidence in applying what I learned right away in the real financial world. I was able to practice and capitalize them in my professional work and life, including my own portfolio investment which I ended up making a whopping of 43% ROI during Covid-19 pandemic. So, if you are looking for a reputable EMBA program with great American experience and good ROI, then look no further! Join us to Power up with the Powerhouse!

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    M.Nasir, Ja’apar Jay, MBA
    Senior Quality Engineer
    3D Metal Forge
    Rutgers Executive MBA Program, Class of 2020
    Class President, Class of 2020

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.  There were a lot of options that I had considered.  Some are very cost competitive and that could be a major selling point.  However, I decided with Rutgers for several factors that met my personal criteria.  First and the most important factor, the program is being ran by the University itself, instead of through a “middleman”.  With this regard, the students always have a direct contact with the University and all the Professors, even after graduation.  The classroom-based lessons allow me to have constructive discussions between my fellow classmates, across different industries, and with the Professors. The lessons provided a holistic understanding of the business environment and that is truly priceless. The Rutgers EMBA program is indeed demanding in terms of time and commitment but it’s all worth the effort. I was like a dry sponge absorbing every bit of knowledge that I can get, without the slightest regret.  I am so glad to be a Rutgers Alumnus…… and most importantly, being part of the BIG FAMILY. Like I told Prof Langdana before……. “you are stuck with me and can’t shake me off from now on…”

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    Michelle Lim-Buxton, MBA
    Director, Programming & Creative Services
    AMC Networks International Asia Pacific
    Rutgers Executive MBA Program, Class of 2018
    Class President, Class of 2018

“The Rutgers EMBA’s 14.5 month program with their accelerated modular-based program is ideal for busy executives like myself. The focused and precisely tooled curriculum made time management away from work easier. Practical, real-world application was integral in every subject, which made it instantly relatable and current. I could take what I’ve learnt in class and apply it immediately at work the next day.

Face-to-Face interaction with classmates and professors direct from the U.S program was crucial in my learning journey as I got to meet professionals from a diverse range of industry and experience. The Rutgers EMBA program has been transformational to my journey as a leader in my field and it has given me crucial skills and tools to take me further as an executive in the rapidly changing media industry.”

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    Magdalene Ang, MBA
    enior Marketing Manager, APAC
    SAP Concur
    Rutgers Executive MBA Program, Class of 2018

“The highly practical skills provided at Rutgers’ Executive MBA empowers me to be a transformational leader in my organization and to be future ready in the digital era. While pursuing my EMBA, I was awarded the SAP Concur ‘Marketer of the Year’ in January 2018. This is an award that recognizes the excellent contribution for bringing marketing to the next level and expanding the company’s thought leadership.

It was certainly not easy to balance the demands of full time work while pursuing higher education. Receiving the award was a testament that it was very worthwhile as I challenged myself to go above and beyond. The Rutgers EMBA played an instrumental role in helping me to fulfill my purpose to reach higher potential. Mid level managers would definitely benefit from the ability to apply what is taught in the classroom to their workplace and job. I highly encourage the pursuit of the practical, open learning that the Rutgers EMBA offers.”

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    Sean Norris, MBA
    Executive Vice President, EMEA & APAC
    Rutgers Executive MBA Program, Class of 2018

“The practical and hands on experience, counsel with peers from different disciples offer a multi-dimensional perspective on how to build and architect the team for success and deliver results back to the business. I also chose Rutgers Executive MBA because of the fit around my hectic travel schedule where I could plan my personal and professional life for the full duration of the program.

I was promoted to the Head of Sales EMEA & APAC midway through my Executive MBA. The strong foundation provided by Rutgers Executive MBA has played an important role in shaping and developing strategic business views required in my new position. 

The well-rounded curriculum organized in modules were highly effective in from macro economics, statistics, finance, accounting, to legal, marketing and international business helped me gain 360◦ perspective to running a successful business and global team.”

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    Sekar Sakthivel, PhD &MBA
    CEO and Co-founder
    Sinopsee Therapeutics
    Rutgers Executive MBA Program, Class of 2017

” I had a decade of R&D experience as a Research Scientist in the Pharmaceutical Industry and was looking for a transition to management roles.  A proper commercial training/exposure was the key to witness the transition. But at the same time, I was keen to have a management degree as a capstone of my pre-existing/hard-earned R&D profile. Rutgers’ Executive MBA was then the ideal choice., which basically opened up a phenomenal career advancement prospects, which I would have never been able to have access otherwise.

If you are considering to further your education, it is definitely worth the investment, if you have to guts to embrace change, tackle the odds and go for the ‘big home run’ within the next 2 to five years in terms of career advancement!”

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    Lee U-Jin, MBA
    Head of HR Asia
    Rutgers Executive MBA Program, Class of 2017

“I’ve benefited tremendously from studying in the company of driven senior executives of various nationalities. They’ve shared with me their insights and helped me a gain a global perspective. The professors have demonstrated mastery of their subjects by applying concepts to real-world scenarios. As a candidate who was previously of a strong technical foundation, the Rutgers EMBA has value-added my experience with sharpened thinking and some strong business-angled groundwork.”

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    Wes Graff, MBA
    GM and Head of Business Development, Seastar Chemicals
    Rutgers Executive MBA Program, Class of 2017

“I started with zero interest in Macroeconomics and now will follow it closely till the day I die. Very powerful knowledge in our tool box now from Professor Langdana!“ Business in our complex world continues to change and we must stay up with the latest information and learning. Rutgers faculty has been amazing and world class without a doubt. Choosing Rutgers MBA program has been an excellent decision and has immeasurably helped by building on skills I already had and added a wide range of tools and knowledge I never knew existed. Definitely one of the best decisions I’ve ever made.”

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    Jared Dandridge
    PMO Director, APAC
    Dentsu Aegis Network
    Rutgers Executive MBA Program, Class of 2017

“That is a disturbing image of what can go wrong. I think this line from the young nurse said it all: Need has an ugly dog’s face.” The need is everywhere. Thanks Farrokh for opening our eyes to what happens after bad (macroeconomic) decisions.”

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    Edwin Garcia, MBA
    Head of Digital Excellence Centre, Consumer Health Division
    Bayer, Singapore
    Rutgers Executive MBA Program, Class of 2016

‘Transformative’ is how I can best describe my EMBA experience at Rutgers. From professional to personal, the Rutgers EMBA program provided me with a new perspective in life that propelled me to move forward and face challenges with a new confidence. The program is world class, with high caliber, top-notch leaders in academia, and my fellow classmates’ diverse professional backgrounds further enriched our class program. Life is a continuous learning journey, and I am glad I took advantage of what Rutgers had to offer. I recommend it to anyone seeking to achieve the next level in their career.”

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    Nguyen Vinh-Long, MBA
    Supply Chain Program Director – Global Home Care Category
    Unilever UK
    Rutgers Executive MBA Program, Class of 2016

“I think this program is relevant to many people in and also outside my industry. In my industry, as product life cycles have become shorter, being faster with new products in the market and improving cost base is very important. Therefore, EMBA programs would give managers more knowledge to support a faster and better decision making in both these areas.”

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    Peter Chiong, MBA
    Logistics Manager, International Markets
    Harley Davidson Asia Pacific
    Rutgers Executive MBA Program, Class of 2016

“Rutgers had taken Executive adult learning to an enlightenment level. The program was very well structured and does not overload you with academic information. Every course essence was achieved via self-realization by professional professors leading us with intriguing scenarios and discussions. Allowing us time to digest concepts, and reapplying on real time events happening around the world. Cause and effect of companies/countries actions that changes business landscape, was the best examples of how economics, finance and strategy are decoded into bit size easy to understand elements for adaption in our own individual professional roles. The program was a perfect fit for my extensive travel schedule, it allows me to balance work, travels and class seamlessly. Classmates with diverse fields of training, industry and opinion was another critical factor that made the program such a success. Friendly debate, discussion, sharing of views enriched our own accumulated experience and knowledge. I’m proud of Rutgers, and have made great friends through the program.”

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    Sharmila Nagarajan, MBA
    Senior Account Manager
    NCS Pte Ltd
    Rutgers Executive MBA Program, Class of 2016

“Learning is a lifelong journey” – Rutgers made it a wonderful experience for me. If I had to choose again an university to do an MBA, Rutgers would appear once more on the top of my list without doubt about it. The quality of education and diversity of the student body will be the main reasons to go again. Rutgers offers a quality Executive MBA program which was very convenient having in mind my highly demanding job. I was also impressed by the profound knowledge and professional attitude that both the faculty and the administration staff demonstrated inside and outside the classroom. The class meetings were challenging, promoted critical thinking, and gave students every chance to build a robust skills set applicable to many business career paths. Found myself been part of a group of people who share a passion and curiosity for going deeper to evaluate issues and arrive at innovative solutions. Rutgers professors push you to learn the concepts for life, not for a test. It was a hard road because the expectations were high, but the rewards at the end are higher than expected. There is no doubt that my studies at Rutgers have contributed significantly to raising my professional profile. “Sun of righteousness, shine upon the West also” – Rutgers helps individual’s to shine Anywhere!”

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    Jeong SoYoung, MBA
    Regional Product Manager
    Roche Diagnostics Singapore
    Rutgers Executive MBA Program, Class of 2016

“14 months, 18 modules, 13 books, more than 100 cases and articles, 220 note pages and most importantly unmeasurable learnings from 18 professors and classmates. It was an exciting and challenging journey. Before moving to Singapore, one of my goals I set for myself to achieve in Singapore as to attend an MBA course as I wanted enrich my professional experience with systematic learning. Rutgers EMBA was the right course for me as I was looking for a course where I could learn from people with diverse backgrounds. The course was a great mix of structured learning as well as real-life cases. The final capstone week was where I could put all the learning together to apply to Business Strategy as well as Corporate Strategy. I believe the course helped me to get a 360 perspective and an executive mindset that are tremendously critical for me to advance in my career. It took enormous efforts and dedication to attend the course. But by doing so, I could earn a great deal of learning from truly amazing professors and classmates. I believe that being a lifelong Rutgers alumni will help me to constantly learn and improve myself in my life professionally and personally.”

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    Lim Tze-Beng, MBA
    Regional Manufacturing Technology Lead
    Ashland Inc Singapore
    Rutgers Executive MBA Program, Class of 2015

“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. It’s never a dull moment attending Prof Langdana’s marcroeconomics class as he distills a very broad topic and makes it so interesting that alumni will come back repeatedly for his lessons and insights. The diversity of the classmates coming from various industries add to the knowledge base as we feed off each other’s experiences. As a regional engineering leader, the EMBA was particularly useful for someone like me who have spent the entire career in the technical ladder. You learn to evaluate businesses very differently after this EMBA and this greatly enhances and complements one’s skill sets. The extremely packed intensive 14.5 months is over too soon and a lot of hard work has to go into it to benefit oneself. All in all, this is a great program for someone who wants to have a very strong grounding in business fundamentals taught by the same faculty members from Rutgers Business School in the US.”

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    Remy Chiapolini, MBA
    Treasury Manager
    Rutgers Executive MBA Program, Class of 2015

” The network you build during your MBA journey stays for life. Students are still in touch years after graduation and we see each other in different places around the globe depending on our career path. I recently met some former students in London, Boston and New York. What you learn during you weekend class can be applied the next Monday at work. The curriculum of Rutgers EMBA is very relevant to the current work environment and is updated constantly.”

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    Damien Cheong, MBA
    General Manager, SEA/East Asia/Australiasia & Korea
    ETA Asia Pacific Singapore
    Rutgers Executive MBA Program, Class of 2015

“Having exploring various occupations in the early years of working life, I found my niche, joy and success in industrial sales. My learning curve was helped along the way by mentors whose insights enriched me greatly. However, I always felt my experience, knowledge and skills sets were limited to sales and business development, and lacked the knowhow and confidence in managing a business. I had strong aspirations to utilise my revenue generation experience to managing or developing an entity, and hence was always in my mind to take up an advanced business course, in addition to previously attained qualifications in Mathematics and Manufacturing Engineering. The Rutgers program was by no means my first option, especially with options from local universities, which apparently have a strong pull factor for hiring companies. I attended an education fair sometime in Q3 2013, where I heard talks from participating institutions and visited the different booths for additional information. I eventually settled on Rutgers, primarily because of the level of support and responsibility shown by their recruitment director, Kenneth Cheong (unrelated to me). For someone who was frequently out of the country on business trips, support and responsiveness was fundamental in my consideration. Another plus point was, the courses were taught by the same professors in the US program, though tailored to the intensive nature of the program and experience level of the cohort.

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    Mishoo Sahay, MBA
    Ship Manager
    Farstad Shipping Singapore
    Rutgers Executive MBA Program, Class of 2015

“The transition I made in 2009 from a career at sea as a marine engineer to a shore based one as a Ship manager came with a steep learning curve. Stepping away from an operational role to a managerial role identified the need to further educate myself. This resulted in enrolling for an executive MBA program with Rutgers Business School. It took me a while to arrive at this decision but surely one of the best I have made. The professors ensured course content was similar to the one delivered by them in the US while making the classes lively with recent topics, discussions and huge dollops of humor. I could feel a buzz in the class during Business Strategy & Entrepreneurship modules where real world business cases and issues were discussed. It was an intense course that drove most of us out of our comfort zone but brought the cohort closer as a result. The cohort was a diverse lot both in terms of background and work experience, and therefore made for lively discussions in class. We drew solace and encouragement from one another to labor on …and finally we all made it!! Hip Hip Hurray for the Class of 2015!

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    Matthew Barron, MBA
    Director, FICC
    National Australian Bank
    Rutgers Executive MBA Program, Class of 2014

“Being the only banker in class, I had a very positive experience. My classmates have provided me with insights gained from each of their businesses and experience. Insights that often challenged to my highly structured “Financial Markets” way of thinking. Whether it was from the world of pharmaceuticals, ground logistics, infrastructure, engineering, gaming, software and computing, finance, law, credit and rating analysis or hotels and hospitality, my view of the world was broadened and regularly redirected by their experience. The diverse cultural backgrounds of our class, and the professors, further added to my experience. Whether it was, Singapore, Israel, India, China, Malaysia, the UK, South America or the US, my genetic disposition that Australia and Australian’s are centre of the universe was displaced permanently and replaced with the knowledge that diverse thinking from both cultural and career background is a power commodity in any critical analysis and problem solving.”

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    Kavita Sinha, MBA
    Regional Director, Clean Energy
    European Climate Foundation, Singapore
    Rutgers Executive MBA Program, Class of 2014

“This EMBA journey would not have been half as enriching and enjoyable had it not been for our wonderful professors who combined dull academic theory and business case studies with their passion and huge dollops of humor to keep the classes interesting. And in fact, there seldom was a dull moment in class. Had it not been for the dedication of our professors to make our classes relevant as well as interesting, the motivation to continue with the intensively packed program would have weakened a long time ago. Their knowledge and dedication has been an inspiration and I’m indeed very lucky to have had the privilege to be taught by the EMBA Academic Director, Dr Langdana and other brilliant minds at Rutgers. So to all our professors, a big thank you! The next chapter in the story of our lives depends on whether we let our fears dictate it or whether we are willing to use our new found knowledge to take risks and follow our hearts. Many of us have already begun a new journey in that direction and I know some are thinking about it ….. So here’s to us, the Class of 2014, the big engine rooms, as Prof Lenny Goodman would have said, “You don’t know what you know” – let not the fear of the unknown hold us back.”

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    Gururaj Upadhye, PMP, MBA
    Director – Global Equity Strategic Initiatives
    Bank of America Merill Lynch, Singapore
    Rutgers Executive MBA Program, Class of 2013

“I have been following Rutgers program for almost 4 years. Initially I wanted to attend the course in Newark NJ campus because of course’s reputation on Wall Street. I had to postpone for family reasons and later wanted to move to Singapore. When I moved to the region, I joined the EMBA course as soon as I could. Financial Accounting module came in very handy in increasing my understanding of the accounting policy changes implemented as part of major regional project. The Global Leadership module has been very rich with actions and we get to hear from guest speakers who are industry practitioners invited by the Professor. For Financial Accounting we had frequent use of accounting software and for Managerial Economics, the professor would use the latest news articles published in last few weeks which made our learning extremely relevant. Invariably all of them are practitioners and have wide industry experience and contacts. For eg, the professor teaching Global leadership has worked with CEOs and boards across US and other countries like China, Korea and South Africa. The modules selected have been broad and help to develop good tool set. Professors are very important for an executive program like the Rutgers EMBA. I consider them to be one of the legs of 3 legged stool; classmates being the second and course structure of Rutgers being other third. I am impressed with the professors so far. All of them have excellent qualifications and teaching style to match the subject.”

  • Ginny Cheok, MBA
    Head of Client Executives, Asia Pacific
    Citibank, Hong Kong
    Rutgers Executive MBA Program, Class of 2013

“Education is a lifelong journey, and I have just had the privilege of embarking on an exquisite educational experience with Rutgers University’s 14.5 months EMBA program in Singapore. Albeit an intense but manageable schedule, the academic structure was well co-ordinated by professors and program director who ensured that they deliver their knowledge and content holistically. Complementing academia, what I found most valuable was the cultivation of learning through constant discussions on current, topical affairs and sharing of industry knowledge among my classmates who came from very diverse backgrounds. Tenacious friendships were formed along the way, which has now contributed to an even stronger alumni network in Asia. Lastly, the impact on my career path has only been positive thus far, and I would have to thank Rutgers for equipping me with the enhanced tools & skillsets to further climb the corporate ladder, or when I decide to put on my entrepreneurial hat in future!”

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    Ng Kee Wee, MBA
    enior Director – Global Sourcing
    Jabil, Singapore
    Rutgers Executive MBA Program, Class of 2013

An investment in knowledge pays the best interest – Benjamin Franklin

“Embarking on an MBA is a difficult decision for many Executives today. Due to the ever increasing demands from work and the consistent challenges that we faced in an uncertain macro-environment. I chose the 14.5 months Rutgers EMBA program for its short duration which minimises time away from work and family. Fully taught by faculty members from Rutgers Business School in New Jersey, the program had offered me unique insights into strategy, management, economics and leadership. In my mind, the program is extremely successful due to its commitment to keep a class size small enough to maximize interactions and learning between peers and the professors. This learning experience is further enhanced through using current events as impromptu examples, enabling the class to bring leading theories taught into understanding or solving real life business issues. The program is also extremely “application based” with numerous group projects within 9 day period (for each module). This allowed the class to further hone our research, organization, negotiation and presentation skills while maximizing the strength of each team member. It may seem mundane at first but the ability for today’s manager to research, organize, negotiate and formulate proposals in an environment where there is a overload of information is extremely critical to the success of every firm, regardless of size and industry. I am extremely fortunate to have made the acquaintance of the outstanding Faculty and the hugely talented cohort of 2013. It is my honour to be a part of the Rutgers family.”

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    Conrad Bucheleres, MBA
    EAC- Euro Asia Consulting, Shanghai
    Rutgers Executive MBA Program, Class of 2009

“When I entered into Rutgers EMBA program (class of 2009) I already had a German business degree in hand. Yet Rutgers was able to deliver on providing me with additional insights, skills and a network of lifelong friends that made studying during weekends and weeknights highly worthwhile.

It provides one with knowledge within specific disciplines/ modules first, then challenge students to apply the acquired knowhow across disciplines using cases and via lively assignments & group work, which is an interdisciplinary approach not know in German university education at the time. The group of professors are all very established in their fields and have an animated way of making theories approachable and applicable. Both theories-heavy financial classes and soft skills enhancing classes enable students to improve on their skill levels, professionalism and promotability. Indeed, when I interviewed for a position at a large European conglomerate, one of the interview tasks was “Please build a water-fall out of these numbers”. I just so happened to remember how it was done conceptually as learnt casually during one of the Rutgers classes. I got that job back in 2009.”

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