Why School of Business Management?

You will get:
• A global business education with a focus on entrepreneurship skills
• To study overseas for one semester at any one of our 60 partner universities in over 20 different countries
• To run real businesses through our innovative Teaching Enterprise Project (TEP) scheme
• To study Harvard-structured case studies based on business challenges faced by companies in Singapore
• Hands-on learning experiences through fun-filled simulation games, field trips and engagements with captains of the industry
• To intern at leading local and overseas companies for up to 6 months

Full-Time Diploma Courses

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Accountancy & Finance (C98)
Banking & Finance (C96)
Business Management (C94) - Marketing has been merged into Business Management
Common Business Programme (C34)    
  - added Food & Beverage Business into Common Business Programme

Food & Beverage Business (C46)
Hospitality & Tourism Management (C67)
Mass Media Management (C93)
Sport & Wellness Management (C81) 

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The '2019 JAE Range of the Net ELR2B2' is the Net ELR2B2 aggregate of the highest to lowest ranked students who were admitted to the Business Management courses in the 2019 Joint Admissions Exercise (JAE).

Courses   JAE
Course Code
2019 JAE
Range of the Net ELR2B2
Minimum Entry Requirements
Subjects                                  Grade
Accountancy & Finance C98 6 to 12

English Language


Any three other subjects*




Banking & Finance C96 3 to 14
Business Management
(The Marketing course has been merged into
the Business Management course and will no
longer be offered for the 2020 intake).
C94 6 to 16
Common Business Programme C34 7 to 17
Food & Beverage Business C46 4 to 16
Hospitality & Tourism Management C67 8 to 14
Mass Media Management C93 4 to 13
Sport & Wellness Management C81 9 to 16

*To be eligible for admission, you must have also sat for one of the following subjects:
Art/Art & Design, Business Studies, Combined Humanities, Commerce, Commercial Studies, Economics, Geography, Higher Art, Higher Music, History, Humanities (Social Studies, Literature in English/Chinese/Malay/Tamil), Humanities (Social Studies, History/Geography), Introduction to Enterprise Development, Literature in Chinese, Literature in English, Literature in Malay, Literature in Tamil, Media Studies (Chinese), Media Studies (English), Music, Principles of Accounts.


Check out the entry requirements for application to the Polytechnic Foundation Programme (PFP).

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