Not only does the S3 Asia MBA present the most attractive campuses and advanced facilities? our locations in some of the most dynamic and exciting cities in the world make for an unbeatable combination of education and leisure.
Life in Shanghai, China - The Dragon City
Located near the mouth of China's longest river, the Yangtze River, Shanghai has registered double-digit growth every year since the introduction of economic reforms almost two decades ago.
The city's rich heritage of ancient Chinese culture brings an interesting perspective to the revolutionary changes taking place in the Chinese economy, offering the S3 Asia MBA student ample opportunities to be a part of the pulse of economic development and the dynamics of scientific and technological advances in the world.
Today, Shanghai is a central city where headquarters of global corporations operate and compete.
As China's business center, Shanghai is the seat of Mainland China's largest stock exchange and busiest port.
For more than a century, the city of vitality has thrived as the meeting point between East and West.
This vigorous and energetic international metropolis provides much to see and to do; its architecture, cuisine, parks, and cultural life are a tribute to the dynamism and energy of its residents.
Life in Seoul, Korea - The Tiger City
Seoul, a city of over 600 years old as a capital, is a place where the past and the present coexist.
While traces of the former dynasty are still very much a part of the city's landscape, Seoul has established itself one of the most dynamic cities in the world.
As the political, cultural, commercial, financial, educational, and recreational center of South Korea, it is a key city of East Asia where global financial transactions and business operations take place.
It is home to approximately 11 million people, as well as major corporations, banks, government offices, leading schools and universities, theaters and entertainment facilities.
Brimming with unbridled energy and exciting events, the dynamic city offers countless unique and memorable experiences waiting to be discovered.
There are innumerable historic, cultural, and social activities for students to undertake during their free time? from the vibrant nightlife to the many Korean festivals that take place throughout the year.
At the same time, Seoul having become increasingly cosmopolitan, with residents from all around world, adds another attraction to this fabulous city.
Life in Singapore - The Lion City
Unique is the word that best captures Singapore, a vibrant city rich in contrast and color, where you'll find a harmonious blend of culture, cuisine, arts and architecture.
Singapore is one of the best-connected countries in the world, with excellent sea, air and telecommunication links.
The annual survey by World Bank has ranked Singapore one of the best-run countries globally.
Singapore also consistently scores high marks in global and regional rankings of business factors.
The city fuses modernity and tradition, with both celebrated in equal parts.
As one of the most diverse societies in Asia, it is multi-racial, multi-religious and multi-lingual.
Singapore's multi-cultural society of over 4 million is reflected in its major ethnic groups: the Chinese, Malays, Indians and Eurasians.
Each of these communities celebrates its unique practices, religions and festivals.
Living conditions in Singapore are among the best in Asia, with state-of-the-art facilities for education, shopping, sports and recreation.