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wonderouslife 04-09-2018 04:41 PM

NTU Business (Marketing) or SMU Business Management (Marketing)?
 
Iím conflicted between the two and which to choose! I need some advice thank you :)

Pros of NTU: 3 years with direct honours
Pros of SMU: 4 years with double degree and direct honours

The reason why i feeo so conflicted is because i dont know if i wanna spend 4 years studying? But then SMU seems to provide a good deal by giving students a double degree with direct honours even though it is not confirmed that one would get a double degree or direct honours! Thats why i feel like maybe NTU is better because i only have to do 3 years and get a possible direct honours?

Plus another thing i am concerned about is the school culture because im from Ngee Ann Poly mass comm which is full of loud noisy fake **** that i am really used to just a bunch of over friendly bitches :) and right here it seems like SMU might seem like a better fit but i really dont know??

So I just wanted some advice based academically and socially how it would be like in each school? Whether one or the other school is better in business marketing etc.

Thank you!!!

MrSinkie95 04-09-2018 11:24 PM

Go smu lor...

AnimalPlanet 04-09-2018 11:54 PM

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Originally Posted by wonderouslife (Post 116338527)
Iím conflicted between the two and which to choose! I need some advice thank you :)

Pros of NTU: 3 years with direct honours
Pros of SMU: 4 years with double degree and direct honours

The reason why i feeo so conflicted is because i dont know if i wanna spend 4 years studying? But then SMU seems to provide a good deal by giving students a double degree with direct honours even though it is not confirmed that one would get a double degree or direct honours! Thats why i feel like maybe NTU is better because i only have to do 3 years and get a possible direct honours?

Plus another thing i am concerned about is the school culture because im from Ngee Ann Poly mass comm which is full of loud noisy fake **** that i am really used to just a bunch of over friendly bitches :) and right here it seems like SMU might seem like a better fit but i really dont know??

So I just wanted some advice based academically and socially how it would be like in each school? Whether one or the other school is better in business marketing etc.

Thank you!!!

I don't think NBS is as loud as SMU in terms of culture. It sure is competitive though. Ask urself this question. Would u rather a high gpa but single degree or a mediocre gpa but double degree? The reason why I am asking this is it is a universal fact that doing double degree takes up way more time than doing single degree. Are you willing to forgo CCAs and social life?

The bad things I have heard about NBS include China scholars who wreck bell curves and the trend of them using online modules to conduct classes. Despite being a mere 3 years direct honours course, I know of people who could afford to take LOA for a semester to do internships and they could still graduate on time (by overloading other semesters)

Nicholas92 05-09-2018 12:00 AM

Personal 2 cents..

Generally poly students suit the NTU culture more...

but Ngee Ann's Mass Comm, if the culture is what I heard of before and haven't changed in the past 6 years, think you'll suit SMU more.

Nicholas92 05-09-2018 12:02 AM

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Originally Posted by AnimalPlanet (Post 116345929)
The bad things I have heard about NBS include China scholars who wreck bell curves

I hear this is quite common in Engineering, but nope, never come across any super powerful china scholars during my time in NBS.

AnimalPlanet 05-09-2018 01:10 AM

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Originally Posted by Nicholas92 (Post 116346033)
I hear this is quite common in Engineering, but nope, never come across any super powerful china scholars during my time in NBS.

Hmmm , did you meet any foreign scholars? I am under the School of Social Science and the only scholars we are fighting are local Singaporean scholars who did well for A levels

AnimalPlanet 05-09-2018 01:12 AM

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Originally Posted by Nicholas92 (Post 116346004)
Personal 2 cents..

Generally poly students suit the NTU culture more...

but Ngee Ann's Mass Comm, if the culture is what I heard of before and haven't changed in the past 6 years, think you'll suit SMU more.

I also agree that Poly students suit the NTU culture more. Most of my poly friends did better generally in year 1 as compared to JC grads who were still lost on the uni system

tf2noobz 05-09-2018 03:07 AM

A lot of my friends say the double degree is very hard. I think its more of a culture thing. If you are outspoken, then smu will be better. Dont focus on double degree too much. Also take into account travelling time. If you live in the east, you will be crazy to go ntu, unless you want to waste 6 hrs travelling back and forth.

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patryn33 05-09-2018 05:30 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by wonderouslife (Post 116338527)
Iím conflicted between the two and which to choose! I need some advice thank you :)

Pros of NTU: 3 years with direct honours
Pros of SMU: 4 years with double degree and direct honours

The reason why i feeo so conflicted is because i dont know if i wanna spend 4 years studying? But then SMU seems to provide a good deal by giving students a double degree with direct honours even though it is not confirmed that one would get a double degree or direct honours! Thats why i feel like maybe NTU is better because i only have to do 3 years and get a possible direct honours?

Plus another thing i am concerned about is the school culture because im from Ngee Ann Poly mass comm which is full of loud noisy fake **** that i am really used to just a bunch of over friendly bitches :) and right here it seems like SMU might seem like a better fit but i really dont know??

So I just wanted some advice based academically and socially how it would be like in each school? Whether one or the other school is better in business marketing etc.

Thank you!!!

got offer from both places? the ball in your court?
if not let the school choose U

estoppel 06-09-2018 12:12 PM

I guess both degrees are generally ok.

my wife was from NBS marketing and my cousin was from SMU doing marketing. my wife is doing very well in the FMCG sector.

I can only share if you are interested in being a marketer in FMCG, the double degree may not necessary give you a extra competitive edge. Most important is to secure a good internship with those large FMCG companies and doing well in internship.

any local degree from the big 3 stands equal chance.

tf2noobz 06-09-2018 12:20 PM

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Originally Posted by estoppel (Post 116368294)
I guess both degrees are generally ok.

my wife was from NBS marketing and my cousin was from SMU doing marketing. my wife is doing very well in the FMCG sector.

I can only share if you are interested in being a marketer in FMCG, the double degree may not necessary give you a extra competitive edge. Most important is to secure a good internship with those large FMCG companies and doing well in internship.

any local degree from the big 3 stands equal chance.

Do they look down on suss or sit grads :(

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Kyoji83 06-09-2018 01:27 PM

Most of the time, you will not use 2 degree to look for a job.

For example, if you have a law degree, you can use it to become a lawyer or business related jobs.

If you have an accounting degree, you can use it to become a accountant or business related jobs.

And if you have a law and accounting degree, you can only end up with one job such as lawyer or accountant but unlikely both.

Some more you are talking about one of the less value degree major such as Business (marketing).

So no point getting a double degree if you cannot get good result or cannot even graduate.

Just get a 3 years degree and move on with your life.


Quote:

Originally Posted by wonderouslife (Post 116338527)
Iím conflicted between the two and which to choose! I need some advice thank you :)

Pros of NTU: 3 years with direct honours
Pros of SMU: 4 years with double degree and direct honours

The reason why i feeo so conflicted is because i dont know if i wanna spend 4 years studying? But then SMU seems to provide a good deal by giving students a double degree with direct honours even though it is not confirmed that one would get a double degree or direct honours! Thats why i feel like maybe NTU is better because i only have to do 3 years and get a possible direct honours?

Plus another thing i am concerned about is the school culture because im from Ngee Ann Poly mass comm which is full of loud noisy fake **** that i am really used to just a bunch of over friendly bitches :) and right here it seems like SMU might seem like a better fit but i really dont know??

So I just wanted some advice based academically and socially how it would be like in each school? Whether one or the other school is better in business marketing etc.

Thank you!!!


Kyoji83 06-09-2018 01:29 PM

From my best understanding, as long as you are not from Big3 (NUS, NTU, SMU), you may not have the same standing as them especially in public sector and some private sector.


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Originally Posted by tf2noobz (Post 116368433)
Do they look down on suss or sit grads :(

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tf2noobz 06-09-2018 03:22 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Kyoji83 (Post 116369570)
From my best understanding, as long as you are not from Big3 (NUS, NTU, SMU), you may not have the same standing as them especially in public sector and some private sector.

So things like banks are probably out of the question then? :(

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Kyoji83 06-09-2018 03:33 PM

Bank have a lot of jobs and if you are talking about selling insurance, they do accept distance learning degree.


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Originally Posted by tf2noobz (Post 116371318)
So things like banks are probably out of the question then? :(

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