MIT SLOAN COMES TO ASIA
PREPARE YOURSELF FOR CHANGE
‘Mens et Manus’, Mind and Hand, has been the motto for MIT Sloan since its inception in the 19th century.
In today’s business world, this motto is undoubtedly more relevant now than ever, as the world needs leaders and change-makers who can be as adept at bringing leadership to a mature organization as they would be in a hands-on role building a start-up. Having this broad set of capabilities as well as graduating business-ready are why MIT Sloan MBA graduates are among the most sought-after by organizations.
Now, the genetic blueprint of MIT Sloan has been passed on to ASB. ASB will offer management students, management practitioners and the institutions that employ them innovative ways of doing things, learning, and thinking, together with a better integration of academic theories with actual business practices.
KEY FEATURES OF THE MBA PROGRAM
Residential at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Taught by MIT Sloan and ASB resident faculty
5 Action Learning projects
Includes a 6-week US Trek (2 weeks industry trek and 4 weeks at MIT Sloan at Cambridge, Massachusetts)
ASB degree with Certificate of Completion from MIT
MIT affiliate alumni status
THE MBA 3.0
Bank Negara Malaysia and MIT Sloan School of Management (MIT Sloan) embrace the challenge to trace a new and better path through the ASB Master of Business Administration (Approval Code: JPP/BPP(U)(PA7909)08/2020) program (MBA).
Learning about problems companies face from case studies is a model of the past. Action Learning is the future. ASB will offer management students, management practitioners, and the institutions that employ them a new way of doing things, new ways of learning, new ways of thinking and a better integration of theory with practice.
ASB’s MBA 3.0 blends theory and practice at every level. The MIT Sloan faculty will teach the same rigorous core curriculum at ASB that is delivered in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA. Additionally, ASB’s curriculum will include Action Learning projects with our corporate partners and institutional partners throughout Asia, providing ongoing opportunities to test and apply the theories of the classroom in a broad range of organizational, institutional and field challenges.