The Nanyang Business School(NBS) is a leading business school committed to educating tomorrow’s strategic leaders, through cutting-edge rigorous curricula that are relevant to business practice, NBS provides an outstanding learning environment with the full range of undergraduate and graduate programmes, state-of-the-art facilities and world class research centres.

Nanyang Business School is accredited by both the EQUIS (European Quality Improvement System) and AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business). It is one of only nine Business Schools outside of US to be awarded the AACSB Accreditation in Accounting. These are the most widely recognised European and American quality assurance standard for accounting and business education. They assure our graduate that their degrees will be recognised and valued around the world.

Our MBS programme is ranked at 18 in the Financial Times Global MBS Rankings 2018 and consistently placed among the top 10 in Asian Pacific

Business Solutions is a student-driven initiative that seeks to promote the business case culture of the Nanyang Business School (NBS). We train our members in the analysis of real-world business problems, presented in a case study format. Business Solutions is supported by the NBS faculty, as well as the Asian Business Case Centre, Business Solutions’ very own research centre that houses the largest repository of Asian cases in the world.

Since its formation in February 2005, Business Solutions has organised multiple case-related events including the annual international Asian Business Case Competition (ABCC), and the Singapore Business Case Competition (SBCC).

The club has also performed well in international case competitions. An addition to its record of winning performance would be its latest win at the Citi-HKUST Case Competition 2015 and the Asian Business Case Competition 2015. The club has also emerged as champions and finalists at various other competitions, including the SDS-Queenstown International Case Competition 2014, University of Navarra International Case Competition 2014 and the McGill Management International Case Competition 2011.