School of Business
The business programs at Monash University Malaysia are accredited by the prestigious AACSB International (The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business). The award affirms Monash’s distinction as a leading global provider in business education.
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We’re creating the next generation of executives, entrepreneurs, analysts, accountants, and economists. Our courses are informed both by rigorous academic research and strong local and international industry links, and offer both Malaysian and international accreditation.
That’s why you will find our graduates doing amazing things in amazing places. Graduates like Tai Poh Nean, who was recruited by PricewaterhouseCoopers to join its team of IT fraud detectives before he even graduated. Or Deddie Sionader from Indonesia, whose first job was a senior role at multinational giant Lenova. Charles Tan Ian Kun started his career with Fortune 500 company and currently he is Senior Strategist & Analyst at PETRONAS, Malaysia.
“When choosing an education institution, I wanted to be in a place where I could create a significant impact on people's lives. Through my course of study, I believe that economic development is the best way to achieve social welfare and this
influenced me to pursue a career related to government relations. Monash School of Business is the place for students who are self-driven and thrive on opportunities.”
Charles Cheng Fang Chin
United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO)
Pursuing PhD in Banking and Finance, University of New South Wales
Alumnus, Honours Degree of Bachelor of Business and Commerce
“I had chosen Monash University Malaysia not just for its prestige but also its proximity to home, which allowed me to undertake my research in collaboration with British Telecommunications plc in Malaysia during the early stage of my PhD years. BT has maintained a close working relationship with Monash and that gave me the exposure to both academic and industrial research. A PhD from Monash has also given me the necessary skill to become a specialist and opened up job prospects in both the academia and the industry.”
Dr Wong Chin Chin
Doctor of Philosophy, 2013
The 14th Annual Faculty Doctoral Conference,
Australia (2009) – Best Presenter Award
Account Manager (IT/ Telco) in
Gesellschaft für Konsumforschung
(Society for Consumer Research) (GfK) in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia