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EDS Business School - Asia Pacific

Welcome to join

Malaysia University of Science and Technology
Professional MBA
for Young Professional and Future Leaders

ŸŸ- MQA Accredited and Globally Recognized 
- Affordable tuition fee
- Fees can be paid by EPF, MyBrain or HRDF 
- Can be completed in 14 months 
- Flexi blended learning - you can do it anytime anywhere 
- Non degree holder welcome via APEL 
- Overseas students welcome

Malaysia University of Science & Technology (MUST) was founded in partnership with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). MUST emulates MIT’s method of teaching and learning which encourages creativity, analytical thinking, problem-solving, innovation and team-building. These are qualities that have been proven to be successful in producing entrepreneurial leadership in technology and business.





EDS Business School is pleased to announce its charitable scholarship award program.

Starting on 1 January 2016, for each full tuition enrollment for Master's and PhD degree programs, EDS Business School will award one full Bachelor of Education scholarship to a qualified student with great need, including single mothers, orphanage workers, Buddhist monks and nuns from Vietnam and other nations and Chinese Independent High School teachers in Malaysia.


For further information about EDS One for One Scholarship program, click HERE.

For details on the Akamai University's Bachelor of Education program, click HERE.

Interested applicants may apply personally and submit a letter of application directly to Dato' Dr Ben Lee at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it



In 2016 we will position EDS Business School as the platform for the entrepreneurs in ASEAN and China to learn and build global network and be part of China "One Belt, One Road" initiatives and the formation of ASEAN Community.


China's One Belt, One Road initiative aims to redirect the country’s domestic overcapacity and capital for regional infrastructure development to improve trade and relations with Asean, Central Asian and European countries.



Member states of the Association of South-East Asian Nations (Asean) officially started their economic integration on New Year’s Eve in the region that is home to 625 million people.

The combined economy of the 10 Asean states - Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam - is the seventh largest in the world.