The AAGBS dual degree students and their experience studying in Germany (Stuttgart), captured in power point and video. Do take a look!



An opportunity to participate in the Webinar Series - Study in Germany! 


For the first time in South-East Asia the DAAD is going to offer an interactive Webinar-Series where 15 German universities and educational institutions will introduce themselves in three consecutive days to an audience interested in furthering their study and/or research in Germany.

The Webinar Series will be held on March 20, 21 and 22 from 4.00pm until 7.00pm.

The webinars are conducted in English and are a unique opportunity to get valuable information and guidance. 

Day 1 (Tuesday, March 20) focuses on Study Preparation, All Subjects and Business & Economy, 

Day 2 (Wednesday, March 21) 

Day 3 (Thursday, March 22) focus on Engineering.

Please refer to the following flyer or go to for more information and to register. 


FLYERS (Click Here)




Our four MBA students who spent a semester abroad in KU Leuven Belgium recently came home to Malaysia and shared with us their experience studying abroad.

Please click on the following presentation slides and video if you would like to see for yourself KU Leuven's beautiful campus, the students' activities at the university and in and around the city, as well as the friends they made and all their travels across Europe. The students also shared some valuable information that a new student would need upon arriving for the exchange program at KU Leuven. 

Presentation Welcome To KU Leuven (Click Here PDF)


KU Leuven Experience (Click Here Video)




The management of Arshad Ayub Graduate Business School (AAGBS) has always believed in the importance of the university’s internationalization agenda and thus ensures the continuity of its existing student exchange program with foreign universities such as HFT Stuttgart, Germany and KU Leuven, Belgium. As such, this semester, the school continued to send its MBA students to these universities and in turn, received several students from there.

Six students from AAGBS are now in HFT Stuttgart while another four are in KU Leuven. The students who went to Stuttgart are Aminah Najibah Muda, Farahleena Mohd Yusof, Muhammad Izzat Eshak, Nadia Syuhada Shahidan, Nur Shahfiqa Mohd Rafid and Sarah Habriyah Azlan. The Belgium-bound students are Siti Athirah Binti Halim, Muhammad Izzuddin Mat Sani, Syafiq Shuhaimi and Nurul Syahirah Hairudin.

They arrived in their respective universities in early September and are to attend classes for a semester. Apart from taking the designated MBA classes, these students are also taking German and Dutch language courses that will enable them to converse with more ease, with the Germans and Belgians. This semester abroad will give them invaluable experience such as international exposure; overseas university transcript for the courses taken; better future job prospects; new friends from abroad; international networking opportunity; independence and resilience; as well as the opportunity to travel extensively, particularly in Europe.

Meanwhile, the inbound students to AAGBS from both HFT Stuttgart and KU Leuven (two students from each university) are Manuel Denner, Regina Jin, Pieter Brouns and Wassim El Maaboudi. All four students arrived in Malaysia also in the first week of September and will spend a semester at AAGBS, taking several courses from the MBA and the MIBF programs. AAGBS has invited them to participate in several activities such as the new student’s induction program and the photo-shoot for the school’s new brochure. Many other programs are being planned for them so that they will feel at home away from home.

It is hoped that the student exchange program between AAGBS and these universities will continue into the future and create stronger ties between the institutions as well as become a catalyst for further collaborations in other areas such as staff exchange, joint research and joint supervision of students. 


Wassim, Manuel, Regina and Pieter during the AAGBS new students Induction Program


Our MBA students Athirah, Syafiq, Izzuddin and Syahirah in KU Leuven, Belgium.


The six AAGBS MBA students in Germany


For more photos of both inbound and outbound students in the student exchange program, do follow the AAGBS instagram account @aagbs_official or the AAGBS official facebook @aagbs.official and for enquiries about the program, contact AAGBS at +6 03 5544 4744


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