Asia School Of Business

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia


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12-Month MBA
MIT Sloan and Bank Negara (the Central Bank of Malaysia) have collaborated to launch Asia School of Business (ASB) in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The flagship program is a 12- month full-time MBA program, which targets extraordinary and unconventional MBA candidates that will benefit from combining the rigor of MIT Sloan with exposure to the exciting business environment in Asia. Our full-time MBA program features a core curriculum taught by MIT Sloan and ASB faculty, complemented by Action Learning projects with organizations across Asia and beyond. Our approach to learning draws from MIT’s motto (mind and hand) and heavily focuses on classroom rigor combined with…
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Full time - 1 year
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia + 1 more
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16-Month Executive MBA
The Asia School of Business (ASB) Executive MBA Program is a transformative journey that will equip you with the skills and knowledge to thrive in today’s global economy. This 16-month program comprises a mix of modular and hybrid weekend classes designed specifically for busy working professionals. Our Executive MBA program features a core curriculum taught by faculty from MIT Sloan and ASB, who are based in both the US and Asia. With a deep understanding of both regions, you will benefit from the best of both worlds, gaining unique insights and perspectives that will set you apart from the rest.
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Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
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Malaysian Qualifications Accreditation (MQA)



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“It was the Action Learning element of the program that got me. It’s different from working in a company where the stakes are high. These opportunities allow us to apply knowledge as we learn it, take risks, and be ambitious with our objectives.”
Eric Haywood
“Entering the MBA program provided me with exposure to diverse areas. I had the opportunity to interact and connect with many people from various industries. The Action Learning projects really helped me refine some skill sets that were either getting rusty or never really existed.”
Gabrielle Barnette,

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Last update on: 09/04/2024
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