Why study at NUBS Malaysia?
The defining teaching and learning approach of Nottingham University Business School Malaysia is interdisciplinary. We give a holistic and balanced coverage of accounting, finance, economics, management and marketing. Moreover, we provide opportunities for you to learn foreign languages and other non-business disciplines within the University. Each of our degree programmes has been carefully crafted by field-leading experts from our UK and Malaysia campuses and the interdisciplinary nature of our degree programmes equip you for the demands of an increasingly complex modern economy, which requires knowledge of more than one aspect of business management.
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How you are taught
The undergraduate programmes at Nottingham University Business School Malaysia enable you to either opt for a broad-based management education or to specialise in a particular aspect of management studies. All programmes have been carefully designed to allow you to acquire the fundamentals of management and the most recent trends in business thinking. Combining studies in accounting, finance, economics, management and marketing, the interdisciplinary nature of our course will provide you with the competitive edge to pursue a career in any line of business.
Our degree programmes in management studies with a language minor also allow you to learn and practise a foreign language (both spoken and written) to a high standard of competence.
We also provide an environment in which you can develop extracurricular activities that are rewarding in their own right and that help to enhance your career prospects.
Our interdisciplinary approach to business education will enable you to have
a head start in a wide spectrum of careers. Many of our graduates have secured prestigious jobs in multinational corporations such as Accenture, BDO, Bloomberg, CIMB Bank, Dell, Deloitte, Ernst & Young, HSBC, IBM, Microsoft, PwC and Standard Chartered Bank. Some of our graduates have become auditors, entrepreneurs, executives in the banking and financial services industry and industry regulators. Other career options include academia, investment research, management consultancy, risk
management and other service-orientated professions.