Sarah Lim-Strathclyde MBA Student of the Year 2018

A Speech by Student of the Year 2018 – Sarah Lim

“Good morning Prof. Peter McKiernan, Encik Nizar Idris, Alan MacIntyre, CDC Directors, Strathclyde Counselors, Fellow Graduands, proud parents, ladies and gentlemen, my name is Sarah Lim. Thank you for the opportunity to share with you a few reflections of my experience completing this MBA. My ex-boss once asked me, “Why are you doing an MBA?”.

Strathclyde MBA October 2019 Scholarships

Objective: To provide educational opportunities to academically deserving students who meet with the stipulated requirements Scholarship Features: The scholarship is offered by the University of Strathclyde Business School. The value of each scholarship shall be RM37,500 by way of half tuition fee waiver All courses should be completed in Malaysia at least for the first

Strathclyde MBA April 2019 Scholarship

Objective: To provide educational opportunities to academically deserving students who meet with the stipulated requirements Scholarship Features: The scholarship is offered by the University of Strathclyde Business School. The value of each scholarship shall be RM36, 500 by way of half tuition fee waiver All courses should be completed in Malaysia at least for the

Investing in yourself by Patrick Lim

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Strathclyde Malaysia MBA Information Session & Masterclass

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Strathclyde MBA Scholarships – October 2018 Intake

Objective: To provide educational opportunities to academically deserving students who meet with the stipulated requirements Scholarship Features: The scholarship is offered by the University of Strathclyde Business School. The value of each scholarship shall be RM36, 500 by way of half tuition fee waiver All courses should be completed in Malaysia at least for the

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Lifelong learning for all by Andrea Luxman

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