Singapore Tour 2016
MBA Students of 2015-17 batch from Graphic Era Hill University and Graphic Era University visited Nanyang Technological University, Singapore for the Global Internship Programme as a part of the Global Immersion Expereince for students of School of Management Studies from August 28-September 2, 2016 accompanied by faculty members resources of the University. Students attended various interactions and lectures with academics and colleagues from NTU as well as were immersed in case studies on “Asian Corporate Leaders”.
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore has been rated as Singapore’s #2 and is in the Top 80 universities in world’s ranking.
Eminent Professors of NTU delivered lectures to the students providing them a Global Perspective in the area of Entrepreneurship, Finance, Branding and Leadership. In addition to this, students also had various industrial visits. All the students were awarded with NTU certificates.
Dubai Tour 2015
The students of MBA Batch (2014-16) of GEHU and GEU visited Dubai for an “International Immersion Programme” from 1st to 9th September 2015 accompanied by faculty members.
During the immersion program students were exposed to journey of Dubai to a preferred Investment and tourist Destination.
Students also visited Dubai Stock Exchange, Pepsi Co factory, Bin Ghurair LLC as well as Burj Khalifa, Dubai Museum, Bur Dubai creek, Jumerirah Mosque, Lost Chambers Aquarium etc.
Singapore Tour 2014
MBA Students of 2013-15 batch visited Nanyang Business School, Singapore (NBS) for Global Internship Programme during 24th to 30th August, 2014 accompanied by faculty members.
- Nanyang Business School, Singapore is rated as Singapore’s # 1 MBA, Global MBA Rankings, by The Financial Times 2013
- # 32 in the world by The Financial Times Global MBA Rankings 2013
Eminent professors of NBS delivered lectures to the students providing them the Global Perspectives in the areas of Entrepreneurship, Finance, Branding and Leadership. All the students were awarded with NBS certificates. In addition students also visited NEwater Plant. Currently, NEWater plant at Changi meets up to 30% of the nation’s current water needs.