Faculty of Business and Finance, Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman, Kampar, Malaysia

1. Accreditation Comprehensive Review


“ABEST21 certifies that the School’s educational and research activities generally satisfy accreditation standards. The School’s Kaizen plans are good and quality maintenance and prospects for the improvement of education and research are promising and good. Accreditation commences April 1, 2021 for a five-year period.”

PRT Comprehensive Comments:

Overall, the School’s approach to teaching and learning and the governance system are appropriate. The School has a clear mission statement, and a system for Internal Quality Assurance, following Malaysian qualification standards and ABEST21 standards. Educational infrastructure is good and needs to be supported to facilitate teaching and learning. The School needs to improve faculty qualifications and promote research. The quality of student intake, especially international students, also needs to be improved so that the MBA (CM) program can qualify as a global program.

2. Good Practice in the Program Management Education


“MBA-Corporate Management oriented towards developing business knowledge, professionalism, and integrity”


Although there is room for improvement in the School’s competences and operations, the PRT believes that the School has a potential to enhance the quality of MBA-Corporate Management program and increase its degree of internationalization.

3. Matters to be noted

The MBA-CM applies an electronic-Outcome Based Education (e-OBE) teaching model.