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NSE Malaysia welcomes a new staff 

Dr Nusrate Aziz 
joins the School of Economics, University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus as an Assistant Professor in January 2015. He received his PhD in Economics from the University of Birmingham in 2011. Dr. Aziz’s research focuses on the open economy macroeconomics in North-South trade, monetary transmission mechanism and extrinsic uncertainties in economic growth. His current research includes exchange rate pass-through to prices, hysteresis in international trade, and the effect of extrinsic uncertainties on economic growth. Nusrate is also collaborating in some multidisciplinary projects on health insurance, financial literacy and money management, and microfinance. He mainly applies time-series and panel estimation techniques in his research.

NSE Malaysia congratulates the third batch of graduates  


                          Graduating batch of 2015 with Dr Teo and Dr Paul 

The Nottingham School of Economics Malaysia Campus congratulates 16 students from our third batch, who
graduated on 25 July, 2015. This batch of students made us proud with their notable performances both
academically and in extracurricular activities. Five of the students will pursue graduate studies in leading institutions (Warwick University, London School of Economics, University College London, among others). Our students have also been successful in securing internships and jobs, in places like the Malaysian Rating Corporation (MARC), Metrix Research Sdn Bhd, among others.

NSE students and faculty member bagged four awards


Dr Saumik Paul received the University of Nottingham Staff Oscar award (2014-15) for the Best Lecturer in terms of Academic Feedback category. This award, voted by students, recognises staff for their outstanding contribution to teaching and learning and the student experience.

Peter Ang Poh Kong (3rd year student), AIESEC President, won the Oscar award in the category of Best Financially Managed Society of the Year and See Der Haur (3rd year student) for Chinese Cultural Society won the Oscar award in the category of the Best Cultural Society of the Year. In addition, Rohini Ghosh (3rd year student) receive Vice Chancellor’s Medal for her outstanding achievement within the university.

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