MIT Sloan Collaboration
A core curriculum taught by MIT Sloan faculty and ASB resident faculty at our campus in the heart of Kuala Lumpur Action Learning Projects So far, ASB has worked closely with 83 global companies on 155 action learning projects in 18 countries all over the world
A four-week residential program on the MIT Sloan campus in Cambridge, Massachusetts, in combination with an international “industry trek"
An emphasis on market readiness through immersive project work with corporate partners, as well as an integrated program-long career trek
129 students from over 30 different countries and 6 continents as part of the first three MBA classes
All applicants are considered for generous scholarship opportunities
Type of Course: 20-month full-time MBA
Application opens for 2019 intake: August 2018
Length of Course: 20 month academic calendar (including a 6-week orientation program beginning every August)
Round 1: October 18, 2018
Round 2: January 24, 2019
Round 3: April 2, 2019
*International students are strongly encouraged to apply during rounds 1 & 2 due to timelines for processing student visas.
We recruit students globally, and our first two classs were extremely diverse on multiple levels (nationality, gender, years of work experience, industry background, academic background, and personal interests). Our third MBA cohort, starting in August of 2018, adds even more diversity to the ASB classroom, which now includes students from 20 nationalities across 6 continents, with an average of 5 years of work experience. The ASB student body is approximately 40% female and 70% international.
Application fee: None
Tuition fees: USD 85,000 (includes Tuition, Accommodation, Course Materials, Action Learning Projects, Residential Program at MIT and Industry Trek)
Estimate for accommodation/living costs, insurance: USD 17,000 for food and incidental expenses
Currently, all applicants are automatically considered for scholarhip opportunities, and applicants are typically notified of any financial award at the same time admissions decisions are communicated.