AAGBS is the most prominent graduate school in UiTM with the largest enrolment. AAGBS commemorates close collaboration with key industry players and leverage on strategic international partners. Our postgraduate programs are highly regarded by the local business community and across borders.
KUALA LUMPUR, 9 FEBRUARY 2018 – The Arshad Ayub Graduate Business School (AAGBS) has launched a new branding initiative focused on clarifying the school’s industry engagement and global outlook, while melding the university’s distinctive identity at a royal gala dinner hosted by Tan Sri Dato’ Seri Utama Haji Arshad Ayub, Pro-Chancellor of Universiti Teknologi MARA.
The unveiling was officiated by Sultan of Selangor, Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah, together with UiTM Chairman Tan Sri Dato’ Academician Ir. Dr. Ahmad Zaidee Laidin, Vice Chancellor Emeritus Professor Dato’ Dr. Hassan Said and AAGBS Dean Prof. Dr. Nor’Azam Mastuki.
The branding initiative incorporates a new visual identity with a refreshed university logo and tagline, Connect. Engage. Advance. By rebranding, AAGBS aims to be placed in a respectable position in the world ranking system, by making outstanding strides in the international front in terms of accreditation, programme, student and staff mobility, as well as research.
At the AAGBs Royal Gala Dinner, UiTM received a contribution of RM100,000 from Top Glove's Chairman, Tan Sri Dr Lim Wee Chai to kickstart their fundraising activites.
Other major contributors include Khazanah Nasional, KPJ Healthcare, QSR Brands, Ladang MOCCIS, UMW Toyota, Maybank, Al-Falaq Trust, KAREX, Malayan Flour Mills, Totalgard Global, Panasonic, New Entrepreneurs Foundation and UiTM Branches. Notable alumnus from ITM Jalan Othman from the Civetech group, and AAGBS, UiTM Alumnus from Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad also supported the event.
Dinner patrons were entertained by evergreen singer Nora Ariffin, jazz performers Sean Ghazi, Ida Mariana, and the Tarakucha Band and silat dance artist Aiman Asmawar. MC for the night was Zaini Yuhyi.
9 February 2018