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School of Business - Monash University Sunway Campus


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School of Business - Monash University Sunway Campus

  1. 1.<br />World ClassBusiness Degree Programsat Monash SUNWAY<br />
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  3. 3.<br />Campus Overview<br />Established in February, 1998<br />Seventh full-fledged campus of Monash University<br />First campus of Monash University outside of Australia<br />First foreign university in Malaysia<br />Nearly 30% international students from over 50 different countries<br />Over 500 staff<br />Over 3200 graduates since 2001<br />
  4. 4. Monash University World Ranking for 2010<br />Among top 100 universities in the world<br />One of the top 5 universities in Australia<br />49th of the top 100 biomedicine universities in the world<br />43rd for arts and humanities<br />34th among social sciences universities<br />58th among engineering and IT universities<br />
  5. 5.<br />RM200 million 12 acre campus<br />
  6. 6.<br /><ul><li>30 minutes away from Kuala Lumpur
  7. 7. Easyaccess to Shopping malls, medical centres, Banks, Restaurants, Hotels & Theme Park
  8. 8. Securetownship</li></li></ul><li><br />Campus development<br />Completed <br />Phase 1<br />Phase 2<br />8,000-10,000 students<br />
  9. 9. Sun-U Residence<br />230 condo units with air con for students<br />Accommodates 1,650 students<br />Each condo has 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms<br />Facilities: Swimming pool, badminton and squash courts, launderette, convenience shop & cafeteria<br />Price from RM2,190 – 2,940 per term (3 months)<br />
  10. 10. Apartments<br />150 apartments (non air-con)for students<br />Accommodates 1,192 students<br />Each apartments has 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms<br />Facilities: Badminton court, launderette, convenience and book shop<br />Price from RM990 – 1,500 per term (3 months)<br />
  11. 11. Sunway Monash Residence<br />No. of units :<br />2114 units <br />(single unit only)<br />Capacity :<br />2,114 students<br />Available from 1st July 2011<br />Price from RM1,050 – RM1,500 per term<br />(3 months)<br />
  12. 12.<br />Benefits of studying at Monash Sunway Campus<br />Graduates will be awarded the same Monash University degree<br />Strong Monash brand recognition<br />Active in cutting-edge research and research-led teaching<br />Diverse & multi-cultural community of scholars<br />Opportunities for international exposure – transfer or exchange<br />
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  14. 14.<br /><br />Courses<br /><ul><li>Undergraduate
  15. 15. Postgraduate</li></li></ul><li><br />Undergraduate Courses<br />Bachelor of Business & Commerce<br />Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting)<br />Bachelor of Business & Commerce (Honours)<br />Bachelor of Business & Commerce / Bachelor of Communication (double degree)<br />
  16. 16.<br />Postgraduate Courses<br />Postgraduate Diploma in Business & Commerce<br />Master of International Business (MIB)<br />Master of Philosophy (MPhil.)<br />Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)<br />
  17. 17. Undergraduate Fees Comparison <br />
  18. 18. Professional Accreditation<br />The Bachelor of Business and Commerce degree program is accredited by the following professional accounting bodies in Malaysia :<br />CPA Australia (Malaysia Office)<br />ACCA<br />CIMA<br />Malaysian Institute of Accountants (MIA)<br />Malaysian Institute of Certified Public Accountants (MICPA)<br />
  19. 19. The Monash Passport<br />The Monash Passport is an education system that offers a broad menu of opportunities to students<br />The Passport combines degree programs with international exchanges, leadership programs, work training programs and volunteer and research opportunities as a grounding for outstanding careers<br />
  20. 20. The Monash Passport<br />
  21. 21.<br />Internship and Work Placement opportunities<br />Opportunity for students to engage with both local and international companies during the semester break.<br />
  22. 22.<br />Applying theory to practice<br />Development of skills ready for corporate world: communication, teamwork, leadership, negotiation, problem solving, technology and self-learning<br />Understanding of workplace culture and expectations<br />Development of employment prospects at industries of choice<br />Internship and Work Placement:Benefits <br />
  23. 23.<br />Total number of interns School of Business<br />2009 – 34<br />2010 – 45<br />
  24. 24.<br />Internship & Volunteerism Program(List of Organizations – 2009)<br />Ernst & Young (Malaysia)<br />PricewaterhouseCoopers (Malaysia)<br />DHL Asia Pacific<br />Alliance Bank Bhd<br />Shell Shared Services Malaysia<br />Sunway Lagoon Club<br />BDO Binder<br />Bank Negara Malaysia<br />Jabatan Audit Negara<br />PT Hamparan Nusantara (Indonesia)<br />
  25. 25. Internship & Volunteerism Program(List of Organizations – 2010)<br />KPMG Malaysia<br />The Nielsen Company (M) Sdn Bhd<br />MATRADE<br />Deloitte Malaysia<br />Shangri-La Hotel, Kuala Lumpur<br />Maxis Mobile Sdn Bhd<br />Merck Sdn Bhd<br />Parkson Corporation Sdn Bhd<br />McCann Worldgroup Malaysia<br />Media Palms (Pty) Ltd, Botswana<br />
  26. 26. Study Trips(Master of International Business – 2009)<br />6th Aug 2009 – Proton Plant, Tanjung Malim<br />24th Sept 2009 – Vista Point Technologies, Klang<br />
  27. 27. Study Trips(Master of International Business – 2010)<br />21st April 2010 – AirAsia Bhd, Sepang<br />19th May 2010 – Suria KLCC, KL<br />23th August 2010 – Malaysia Airlines Academy, Kelana Jaya<br />
  28. 28. Study Trip to AirAsiaBhd<br />
  29. 29. Study Trip to Suria KLCC<br />
  30. 30. Study Trip to Malaysia Airlines Academy<br />
  31. 31. Study Trips (Undergraduates – 2010)<br />24th May 2010 – SJ Grant Thornton, KL<br />25th May 2010 – Deloitte Malaysia, P. Jaya<br />31st May 2010 – Industrial Court, KL<br />2nd Sept 2010 – Mid Valley Mega Mall (Retail Management), KL<br />20th Sept 2010 – Bursa Malaysia, KL<br />11th Oct 2010 – APM Absorbers Sdn Bhd, Klang <br />25th Oct 2010 – Malaysian Institute of Accountants, KL<br />19th Nov 2010 – Panasonic Shah Alam<br />
  32. 32. Industry Forum<br />
  33. 33.<br />Intercampus Exchange Program<br />The intercampus exchange program to Australia and South Africa is open to students from Sunway campus, allowing students to spend one semester there while paying their fee in Ringgit<br />Credits will be earned towards the Monash degree so that students can study overseas without adding an additional semester.<br />
  34. 34.<br />International Exchange Program<br />Exchange to an international university while continuing to pay the usual Sunway campus tuition fee. <br />While on the Exchange, students remain enrolled at Monash and receive credit for the overseas study towards the Monash degree. <br />Students who choose the pre-assessed study plans recommended by the Head of School may be entitled to a  travel grant of up to RM30,000 per annum.<br />
  35. 35.<br />School Advisory Board<br />• Consider, consult and advise the School in relation to the courses and subjects offered on the Sunway campus<br />• Review progress of existing courses and programs of the School<br />• Advise on the strategic direction of the School including reviewing its development and communicating the needs of industry<br />• Assist in the recruitment of staff including the identification of possible candidates and the advice of suitable remuneration packages<br />• Assist in the identification and generation of external funding for the teaching and research programs and initiatives of the School<br />• promote the programs and initiatives of the School<br />
  36. 36.<br />Research & Industry Collaboration<br />
  37. 37. Capital Market Behavior<br />The key Impact areas are :-<br />Outputs of Accounting Systems <br /> 1) Revenue and earnings reporting<br /> 2) Audit assurance <br /> 3) corporate governance<br />Financial Systems <br /> 1) Capital structures<br /> 2) Financial ratios, dividends and other asset valuation variables<br />Investors Trading Behaviour <br /> 1) Wealth effects of equity prices<br /> 2) Capital market efficiency and its microstructure<br /> 3) Liquidity and transparency of capital markets<br /> 4) Behavioural aspects of equity trading<br />
  38. 38. Asian Economic Development<br />The key Impact areas are :-<br />Sustainable economic development in the Asian region<br />Macroeconomic policy modeling of the Malaysian and ASEAN economies<br />Impact of technology and innovation on competitiveness of communities and countries in the Asian region<br />Asian currency union and harmonization of monetary systems in the Asian region<br />Economic development in Islamic societies and countries<br />
  39. 39. Asian Business Strategy<br />The key Impact areas are :<br />Innovation and Learning<br />Marketing Strategy, Planning and Implementation<br />Ethics and Social Responsibility<br />International Business and Cross Cultural Management<br />National Economic Competitiveness <br />
  40. 40. Types of Collaboration (Research)<br />Joint research grants <br />Joint PhD supervision<br />Industry Consulting Projects<br />Staff on Industry Advisory Panel<br />Chair (Professorial) appointment in key areas.<br />
  41. 41.<br />The Monash Graduate Attributes<br />Monash prepares its graduates to be:<br />Responsible and effective global citizens who:<br />engage in internationalised world<br />exhibit cross cultural competence<br />demonstrate ethical values<br />Critical and creative scholars who:<br />produce innovative solutions to problems<br />apply research skills to a range of challenges<br />communicate perceptively and effectively<br />
  42. 42. Graduates’ Destinations<br />Graduates from the School of Business are well sought after by the industry. Below are some companies that have employed our graduates: <br />Ernst and Young<br />PricewaterhouseCoopers (PWC)<br />KPMG Chartered Accountants<br />Accenture<br />Deloitte<br />HSBC Bank (M) Bhd<br />Public Bank Berhad<br />AC Nielsen (M) SdnBhd<br />Synovate Sdn Bhd<br />Bank Negara Malaysia<br />
  43. 43. Graduate’s Testimony<br />“I started off in Monash with high expectations , but Monash had even greater expectations of me! The challenging assignments and the relentless lecturers served as a constant motivation not only to achieve but to outperform and excel. The high standards and quality of education with proficient lecturers have rewarded me with a vast expanse of knowledge, and the positive learning environment has encouraged me to step forward and take an active role in my own education. Being a Monash material has given me a sense of accomplishment, the recognition and the ability to continue standing tall through the hardest and the most grueling times in my career”.<br />Jolene Yeoh<br />BBusCom major in Accounting and Banking & Finance<br />Winner of the Best Graduate Award 2008<br />Current Employment: PricewaterhouseCoopers (PWC)<br />
  44. 44. Graduate’s Testimony<br />“A good education I believe is not only about getting the right book knowledge but also the people for whom you can go to for advice. The academic experience at Monash is truly “Engaging the World” in the sense that it extends beyond textbooks. It is true that Monash graduates are well sought-after by many corporate sectors. It is amazing that I had a few job offers even before I completed my course here at Monash. The main reason why I chose a double major in Banking & Finance and Economics was due to the constructive feedback and advice given by the supportive lecturers here and it has proven to be a solid combination both academically and practically. I am glad to say that the course structure covers the building blocks that is essential for my current job and I truly agree that the Monash’ degree has give me the competitive advantage in my career”. <br />Emily Chin<br />BBusCom major in Banking & Finance and Economics<br />Current Employment: HSBC (M) SdnBhd<br />
  45. 45. Graduate’s Testimony<br />"I couldn't have asked for a better University. I was greatly satisfied with the units I took for my course as the subjects were very interesting, the assignments intellectually stimulating and the lecturers were wonderful. During my Honours year, I realised how supportive the staff in the research office of the School of Business were. They were extremely helpful and the facilities were excellent. I was blessed with the opportunity to present at a conference in Melbourne, which wouldn't have been possible if I had not been sponsored by the School of Business".<br />HasuliPerera, Sri Lanka(BBusCom (Hons) major in Management)Winner of the Overall Best Honours Student Award 2009<br />
  46. 46. Graduate’s Testimony<br />"The Master of International Business from Monash University has given me the training and development needed to excel in my career. Classes were interactive and lecturers consistently engage us in face-to-face discussions. The "international" element of this course has exposed me to the various ways businesses operate in the international arena. I had the opportunity to network with both local and international coursemates who are excellent people with different experience and educational/professional background. I am confident that the knowledge I have acquired through this course has prepared me to tackle the business world and with this degree, I strive to lead a team in a multinational organisation or to become a successful entrepreneur in the future". <br />Nikola Cicovic, BosniaWinner of the Best Graduate Award (Postgraduate Category) 2009<br />
  47. 47. Look forward to working with you <br />to serve the needs of the community <br />
  48. 48. Thank You<br />