The Asia School of Business (ASB) in Kuala Lumpur, which was founded by MIT Sloan and Malaysia’s central bank in 2015, has started accepting applications for the next MBA class.
ASB is looking for extraordinary and unconventional individuals whose presence will enhance the experience of their peers and who are excited to be a part of an innovative MBA programme.
Some of the key features of ASB’s 20-month Full-time MBA programme include:
- A core MBA curriculum taught by MIT Sloan faculty and ASB resident faculty at a state-of-the–art campus in the heart of Kuala Lumpur
- A Concept-based Action Learning curriculum that includes a series of projects with corporations, institutions, and entrepreneurial enterprises from across Southeast Asia
- A four-week residential program on the MIT Sloan campus in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA, in combination with a two-week international “industry trek”
- An emphasis on graduate employability that builds on developing capabilities in business analytics, leadership, teamwork, and communications, as well as innovation and a bias for entrepreneurial action
ASB launched its inaugural MBA class in August 2016, which consists of an incredibly diverse set of students from 12 countries and 6 continents. To a significant degree, the ASB classroom spans the globe, with projects and host companies across a broad geography, complementing the core curriculum delivered on the ASB campus. Learn more