Ma o Matthew Mlambo, min­is­ter from the mbassy of Zim­babwe in Malaysia

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Grad­u­at­ingg with an MBA de­gree from AeU last year, Mlambo says, “The flex­i­bil­ity of the on­line for­mat cou­pled with on­line resources and ex­cep­tional stu­dent ex­pe­ri­ence were the over­whelm­ing fac­tors in choos­ing AeU MBA.

“I wanted the de­gree to hold weight in the busi­ness com­mu­nity and pro­vide a sched­ule that would al­low for classes and projects to be com­pleted wher­ever my busi­ness re­spon­si­bil­i­ties took me.

“I have at­tended classes dur­ing busi­ness trips, va­ca­tions and at my in­ter­na­tional branch of­fices. This would have been im­pos­si­ble with a tra­di­tional MBA pro­gramme.”

Ac­cord­ing to Mlambo, an­other ad­van­tage of the pro­gramme was the flex­i­bil­ity of com­plet­ing his course­work in his own tim­ing.

“AeU’s unique, flex­i­ble ap­proach to learn­ing means I didn’t have to put my life on hold to get a qual­i­fi­ca­tion.

“For me, the AeU pledge to per­son­alised learn­ing is its hall­mark. AeU ac­com­mo­dated my learn­ing style and pro­vided me with a per­son­alised and adap­tive learn­ing sup­port. I was able to struc­ture my own learn­ing at a pace of my choice and adopt learn­ing modes that com­ple­mented my life­style.”

He adds, “When you at­tend AeU, you’re never alone. From reg­is­tra­tion through to grad­u­a­tion, there are sup­port, resources and guid­ance by your side to help you along the way.”

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