With the support of Singapore’s government agencies, the five-storey, 6,500 m2 ESSEC Asia-Pacific campus was built on 5,430 m2 of land on Nepal Hill in one-north business park. The area is dedicated to education and innovation, and is home to academic institutions, business incubators, high-tech companies and world-class research facilities.
Officially inaugurated on 4 May 2015, the campus was designed by Singapore’s former chief planner and renowned architect-planner Dr. Liu Thai Ker, and symbolizes a bridge between the two worlds through a fusion of European and Asian architectural styles.
The campus allows ESSEC to further its growth ambition in the Asia-Pacific region. Through the campus, the school delivers quality business programs totally or partially taught in Singapore and other major cities, build closer ties with academic and corporate partners in the region, and develop influential research.
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Virtual Tour of the Nepal Hill Campus
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Visiting the Nepal Hill Campus
Address: 5 Nepal Park Singapore 139408
By Public Transport
The nearest MRT station is one-north MRT Station (CC23), on the Circle Line. When you reach one-north MRT station, take Exit B and walk up Nepal Park to reach the campus.
By Car or Taxi
Travel by AYE and turn off at Exit 8 to South Buona Vista Road.
Turn right to North Buona Vista Road, keep right and turn right into Portsdown Road.
Turn left into Nepal Park to reach the campus, located at the end of the road.
Updated: 20 April 2017