The New Straits Times
KPMG in Malaysia is inviting undergraduates to apply for its KPMG ASEAN Scholarship, which provides funding and employment opportunities in Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam.
The programme is open to outstanding Malaysian students in any discipline in their first or second year of study, and provides undergraduates looking to get a head-start in their careers a structured cross-border experience with the professional services firm.
KPMG Malaysia’s Head of People, Adrian Lee, said the scholarship programme is one of many ways that the firm is investing in the future.
“At KPMG, we believe in giving young talents the opportunity to develop their potential and become leaders. Since 2015, we have received more than 5,000 applications and, through a rigorous selection process, supported 29 promising undergraduates across Malaysia. What we offer is a cross-cultural learning experience for our scholars to grow alongside the firm as we collectively strive to make KPMG the clear choice in markets and industries that we operate in.”