The program provides funding and employment opportunities in Malaysia, alongside four other ASEAN nations: Indonesia, Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam. KPMG is first of the Big 4 professionals firms to offer such program which supports our continuous effort to groom the workforce of the future. This KPMG’s structured program is supported by three pillars – professional development, strategic engagement and social connection – where KPMG’s ASEAN Scholars can anticipate diverse learning and development opportunities.
Adrian Lee, Head of People at KPMG in Malaysia, explains “KPMG’s ASEAN Scholarship program enables undergraduates to engage with people from different countries while learning employable skillsets that will benefit them when they graduate and join the workforce. Last year, we received over 460 applicants from various universities across Malaysia and through rigorous selection, have supported five promising graduates from Malaysia to stretch their potential to grow and become leaders of the future.”
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