Master of Business Administration (MBA)


The Master of Business Administration, or MBA, is the world’s most sought-after graduate management degree. The MBA equips students with fundamental business management knowledge across relevant fields like finance, accounting, and marketing, while developing essential soft skills and leadership skills.

What makes MBA courses so popular both in Singapore and worldwide is that upon completion of this master’s degree, students would be equipped with essential skills and professional networks that will benefit them throughout the course of their careers.

Here at Hanbridge Institute’s School of Business, we offer accredited MBA courses in Singapore to take your professional career to the next level.

Why Get a Master of Business Administration Degree in Singapore?

There are many reasons why you should consider a Master’s degree in Business Administration. Here are some advantages of pursuing an MBA in Singapore:

  • Gain a global perspective: Pursuing an MBA course gives you exposure to global industries and markets, allowing students to expand their knowledge and gain new perspectives on the global economy.
  • Acquire transferable skills: An MBA course equips you with essential soft skills such as communication, leadership, and management skills. These skills are transferable and applicable across all industries and fields of work, making you an asset to any organisation.
  • Increased employability: An MBA course will set you apart from others and give you a competitive edge in a crowded job market. At Hanbridge Institute, Singapore, the MBA course is taught by the School of Business and based on the rigorous curriculum from the University of Suffolk. Graduates can be assured of employability and career progression upon completion of the degree.

Apply for MBA Courses in Singapore Today

Sign up for a Master’s degree in Business Administration to gain a competitive edge in your career today. You can also consider our other courses, including Entrepreneurship courses, Business Management courses and more. If you have any questions about the course, or require any course recommendations, please do not hesitate to reach out to us.

Class Duration:

Full-time: 12 Months
Part-time: 12 Months

Class hours:

*Excluding Public Holidays
Full-time: Monday to Friday weekday (9 am to 12 noon,1 pm to 4 pm, 4 pm to 7 pm)
Part-time: 3 weekday nights (7 pm to 10 pm) and 1 weekend day (9 am to 4 pm)

Teacher-Student ratio:

Maximum 1:25

Admission Requirements:

  • Minimum age: 23 year old
  • Hold a degree with a 2:2 minimum classification or equivalent from undergraduate degree in a relevant subject
  • or; a professional qualification of graduate status
  • or; a Higher National Certificate (UK) or Higher National Diploma (UK) or equivalent at least 30 years of age with minimum 8 years of working experience (including three years management experience)
  • or; at least 30 years of age with minimum 8 years of working experience (including 5 years of significant management experience)

English Language Proficiency:

  • Minimum C6 in English Language at Singapore GCE ‘O’ Level or equivalent
  • IELTS (Academic or UKVI): 6.5 overall, and a minimum of 5.5 in each component
  • Pearson Test of English (PTE Academic): CEFR C1 Level
  • University of Suffolk Password Skills Test: 6.5/7.0 overall, and a minimum of 5.5 in each component.

*Note: Non-native speakers of English will be given an English Proficiency test. Those who do not meet the required English standard will need to enroll for Hanbridge Institute’s Certificate in Standard English Course. Applicants whose English language level does not meet the minimum requirement can sit for an English Proficiency assessment to determine their English Language proficiency level.

Graduation Requirements:

Student must complete all 8 modules to graduate with an award and classification. Early Exit Awards are available but classification is not available. Refer to Framework and Regulations for Taught Postgraduate Awards ( for more details. 

About University of Suffolk Business School

The Suffolk Business School is a new and innovative community impact Business School. Based at the heart of one of the UK’s fastest city economies in Ipswich we are committed to developing the talent and entrepreneurial effectiveness of all learners across the University of Suffolk.  At the heart of the Suffolk Business School is the Ipswich Waterfront Innovation Centre (IWIC), a dedicated space to bring together students, academics and businesses to drive forward change and innovation. Our connections with the world of business provides real, exciting and challenging learning opportunities for our students - developing their talent and supporting the business community to grow and innovate. Students enrolled within the Suffolk Business School benefit from a personalised learning experience which is designed to make you ‘career ready’. Our courses prepare you for the future you want. We nurture and demand the skills and capabilities that will build your confidence and will help you to navigate an ever-changing world of work.

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Course Structure and Synopsis

The course is designed to maximise students’ exposure to the real business world. Our excellent industry connections allow our students to have the opportunity to experience a range of additional workshops, and industry trips and visit. Students will have opportunities to participate in regional business and entrepreneurship competitions and visited local organisations. You will regularly hear from guest speakers who offer their insight and experience to add value to your classes. We also make use of these connections to help in assessments and you will work on live case studies and projects throughout your study.


  • Managing Through Finance
    This module provides an appreciation of a wide range of financial issues as they impact on the business world. It also evaluates the nature of the corporation and its governance from a financial perspective. It concentrates on the basic analysis of financial statements, financial tools and techniques before progressing to a more strategic perspective. It encourages students to see the financial implications of the decision-making process.
  • Project Management
    This module equips participants with the analytical, practical, technical, and software skills necessary to manage business projects successfully. To this end, the module explores each stage of the project lifecycle model (initiation, planning, execution and closure) and examines the different skills required of the project manager at each stage.
  • Managing Strategic Change
    This module aims to develop a critical understanding of organisational strategy, and to apply this to different contexts, including commercial and not-for-profit organisations of various sizes. It adopts an interdisciplinary approach to problem solving, drawing on skills developed in other modules. The content will cover contextual analysis, culture and stakeholder analysis, approaches to organisational change management, and methods of implementing and evaluating change interventions. The module encourages students to develop their own intellectual framework of values, attitudes and practice in relation to managing change.
  • Strategic Marketing
    Marketing is fundamental to profitable business operations, achieved through strategic analysis, strategy formulation, strategic implementation and control. It is largely responsible for delivering core corporate objectives by offering value propositions to targeted customer segments, helping to sustain competitive advantage in the longer term. It is desirable for the contemporary MBA programme to contain a designated marketing module, which demonstrates a customer-facing approach, integrated across and throughout a business organisation. As a set of principles and practices, marketing also has relevance to public sector and other not-for-profit sectors.
  • Organisational Behaviour
    This module introduces the study of organisations and their evolution. In particular it focuses on: Managing people; Managing technology; Managing responsibility.  Rather than study each in isolation, in bringing together these key components of organisation strategy, this module reflects the reality of addressing the interests of multiple stakeholders simultaneously. Where appropriate, students are encouraged to reflect on the content of this module in their place of work.
  • Research Methods
    The aim of this module is to introduce students to the wide variety of approaches and techniques of quantitative and qualitative research and to equip students with the skills required to collect, collate, analyse, present and interpret data. It also aims to provide a firm foundation for the dissertation. The content will cover the context of qualitative research, data collection techniques, qualitative data analysis techniques, statistical analysis or relationships and trends, sampling, and exploratory and descriptive research.
  • Consultancy Management
    This innovative module will encourage the application and development of skills and knowledge to real time business problems through problem-based learning. Students will develop their ability to acquire, analyse and evaluate information, and to look for feasible solutions to business problems.
  • Dissertation
    The dissertation provides students with an opportunity to undertake a substantial piece of independent research in an area of particular interest and to allow students to demonstrate their understanding of research methods and their application. It also provides an opportunity for students to relate their learning in taught modules to the analysis of a problem relevant to their Masters programme. On completion of the dissertation students will have designed an appropriate and feasible research plan, developed appropriate research instruments and written a dissertation of 15,000 words

  Exemptions to modules:

Candidates who possess relevant qualifications and work experience may be able to gain exemptions from modules subject to Academic Board approval in accordance with the University of Suffolk’s Recognition of Prior Learning Policy (RPL). The final decision of exemptions given by Academic Board on academic judgment is not appealable, however, we do allow appeals about RPL decisions on the basis of procedural irregularity or prejudice/bias. An exemption fees is payable upon applications. All students who attend the MBA in Singapore are students of the University of Suffolk, UK and will be accorded the same status as who study at the UK campus. Upon graduation, they will become an alumnus of the University of Suffolk.  All certificates of awards and transcripts are issued by the University of Suffolk and are recognised globally.

Course Fees

For 2024 course fees, please see this link.