- Why study in Southeast Asia?
- What is unique about the student experience?
- What opportunities are available post-MBA?
Andrea Rosas, MBA Class of 2020, comes to Asia School of Business with experience in product development and marketing in the FMCG industry. She served as an associate brand manager at Kimberly Clark in charge of premium brands, where she developed the ability to execute innovative marketing initiatives. Post-MBA, Andrea hopes to become a leader in the consumer products industry who will help grow and shape powerful brands in emerging markets.
Admissions representatives will also be available to answer program and admissions-related questions.
The Asia School of Business MBA, established in collaboration with MIT Sloan, is the first of its kind in its focus on hands-on Action Learning projects and emphasis in the emerging markets of Southeast Asia. The program includes:
- 5 hands-on projects in 5 countries with partners like AirAsia, Google, Citibank, Microsoft, Procter & Gamble, GE, and Boeing
- Award-winning MIT Sloan and ASB resident faculty
- MIT Sloan Immersion Program in Cambridge, MA, USA
- MIT Certificate of Completion and Affiliate Alumni Status
- Study Trips to the US and China
- Networking opportunities in Singapore, Hong Kong, and Dubai
- Alumni and classmates from over 30 countries
- Generous merit-based scholarships