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Achievement doesn’t come easy – Elya Tleuzhanova

Achievement doesn’t come easy by Elya Tleuzhanova I am glad I had persevered with my MBA qualification because it helped me a lot in gaining confidence I needed to start my own business. Having this qualification equipped me with the necessary knowledge to start my own business. It gave me tools and framework, allowed me

Strathclyde Malaysia MBA Information Session & Masterclass

Strathclyde MBA Masterclass: Introduction to Foresight for Strategy Development by Dr. Nur Anisah In this Masterclass, Dr Nur Anisah Abdullah, academic and consultant in the field of Foresight and Future Studies will introduce the applied skill of Foresight and its role in the strategy development process, illustrated by short organisational vignettes. The class will introduce conceptual

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

Practical application with an MBA – Daniel Adam Soo

Practical application with an MBA by Daniel Adam Soo As an Australian that has been residing in Malaysia for the past 8 years, I began searching for a leading MBA programme in Kuala Lumpur.  In my mind, an MBA qualification would help to challenge, stimulate and accelerate my personal development in order to understand the

Lifelong learning for all by Andrea Luxman

Lifelong learning for all – Andrea Luxman

Lifelong learning for all by Andrea Luxman Andrea Luxman has recently earned an MBA with distinction from the University of Strathclyde. She describes the overall journey to be excellent despite it being workload intense particularly given the circumstances that this was a part-time programme. “Juggling career and studies can be really overwhelming, but with the

Finding your niche - Jarett Kwong

Finding your niche – Jarett Kwong

Finding your niche by Jarett Kwong I am glad that I did this qualification because it gave me the confidence, credentials and versatility, which I needed in order to change my career path from technical to management. It also diversified my career opportunities and expanded my social network. I started my career as a component

Career advancement - Victor Rajavel

Career advancement – Victor Rajavel

Career advancement by Victor Rajavel My childhood days weren’t exactly easy since my parents passed very early in my childhood. Since then, even getting to college was a struggle. So stabilising myself therefore was always a priority. So, when I had enough funds to continue, I considered only 7 schools, Strathclyde was my choice. There

Platform for success - Ong Toon Wei

Platform for success – Ong Toon Wei

Platform for success by Ong Toon Wei I am glad I did this qualification because I got the promotion 2 years back with a good increment in salary. If I could go back in time, I would have taken more interesting elective subjects offered in the course for personal improvement. Before this, as a degree

Learning from the best – Chng Poh Leong

Learning from the best by Chng Poh Leong I was into my second year as a senior manager at a Japanese multinational when I decided to pursue my MBA. Prior to assuming this senior role, my decade-long career had centred on managing manufacturing operations. Now with a wider scope of responsibility and a significant influence

Revisiting the world of academia – Reena Chandra Bose

Revisiting the world of academia by Reena Chandra Bose I decided to take on an MBA about six years after I left university. Going back to school was definitely a challenge, especially when you are trying to balance work and a personal life at the same time. I had to deal with large and dark