The ROI of an MBA – Hear what our Alumni has to say

The ROI of an MBA – Hear what our Alumni has to say

The ROI of an MBA.

Hear what our Alumni has to say.

 In addition to a higher earning potential, an advanced degree allows individuals to differentiate themselves in an increasingly competitive business environment

As such, a separate conversation exists for those who have already attained their degrees and are looking to further their careers in management, for instance, Mr Rémy Chiapolini, treasury manager at Paypal.

He says: “I reached a point in my career where I was just another good employee. It was hard to differentiate myself from my peers who were as talented and motivated as I was. This was when I started looking at Master of Business Administration (MBA) programmes to upgrade my skills and use it as a stepping stone to venture into new industries.” Mr Chiapolini then signed up for the Executive MBA (EMBA) programme at Rutgers Business School Asia Pacific (RBSAP) and graduated in 2015.


In terms of both cost and value, is it worth pursuing an MBA?

Some people use postgraduate business education to complement technical qualifications, and to better equip themselves with the business acumen required to propel growth and manage teams more effectively.

Having graduated with a bachelor’s degree in engineering, Mr Reuben Ong ascribed his postgraduate education to his successful career today.

Within a month of graduating from RBSAP in May 2016, he joined Takeda Pharmaceuticals Asia Pacific as a business unit manager and was recently promoted to head of commercial operations.

Says Mr Ong, “The MBA has shaped my capability to manage and lead my team better, which in turn, has to lead to growth in my career.”

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"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."
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