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A Hands-On MBA Experience

Our students have completed 155 Action Learning projects in 18 countries.

 

Unparalleled Diversity Enhancing Learning

Our Classes of 2019 and 2020 hail from 29 different countries.

 

Creating Asia-Ready Industry Leaders

Our curriculum involves extensive travel for project work and industry exposure.

The ASB MBA program is designed to maximize experiential learning and cross-cultural exposure, developing the next generation of transformative leaders with a global perspective.

MBA students can expect to travel extensively and spend up to one-third of their instructional time solving real business challenges through 5 Action Learning projects across 5 countries.

Armed with this experience, ASB graduates have more opportunities to accelerate their career trajectory in Southeast Asia, a fast-growing and talent-hungry region.

Facts

Complete 5 Action Learning projects in 5 countries from 83 global partners

Unparalleled diversity with 29 nationalities represented in the current student body

Includes Industry Treks in the US and China, with a 4-week residential program at MIT Sloan in Cambridge

ASB degree with Certificate of Completion from MIT and MIT Affiliate Alumni status

Called “the most innovative MBA program in the world today” by Poets&Quants

Based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Southeast Asia’s regional transportation hub

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