Thanks to philanthropic gifts and donations, Nanyang Business School (NBS) is able to be among the world’s leading business schools, renowned for cutting-edge innovation, research, and business education.
Why give to NBS
Every generation of NBS students benefits from the undergraduates and graduates who came before them. For over a quarter of a century, our alumni community has helped to make significant contributions to business, policy, and social change in Singapore and around the world.
With your financial support, we can continue to educate the leaders of tomorrow.
Giving to Students
Gifts to NBS support students in financial need can make a difference to their lives, and help shape moinclusive and diverse leaders in the future.
Giving to Research and Faculty
Gifts to research enable the Nanyang Business School faculty to address complex challenges in business, shape industry practices, and develop innovative solutions for society.
NBS Alumni Advisory Board’s $44,250 donation launches new Support-a-Mentee Fund
Nanyang Business School (NBS) recently launched a new initiative to provide more mentoring opportunities for our undergraduate students through a gift from the NBS Alumni Advisory Board
Let’s Level the Playing Field
To address inequality in the recruitment landscape, four students with passion in human resource consulting put their hearts and heads together to help jobseekers find their way.
From textbook to workbook
Keen to apply their textbook knowledge on a social enterprise project, four undergraduates from Nanyang Technological University’s Nanyang Business School (NBS), learnt that sometimes when the going gets tough, the tough get going.
Leave a Light On
A chance encounter led our alumni to start Project Starlight – a community initiative set up as a platform for entrepreneurs to leverage each other’s strengths
A vision to bridge the inequality gap
Inspired by a bestseller written by NTU Associate Professor Teo You Yenn, Nanyang Business School (NBS) alumnus Jason Thian pledged S$150,000 to start the Thian Tai Loke & Cheak Seok Noi Bursary last December. He shares his vision and motivations to give.