Tuesday, August 23, 2016


Why is the continuous learning of an entrepreneur considered as CSR ?

Self Achievement


As a leader, continuous learning ensures entrepreneurs are always in touch with the latest management knowledge and skills in order to make the most strategic decision for the company. At the same time, such effort is a good example to lead a team and to encourage the team to continuously learn and upgrade themselves.

Bringing the organization to a higher level


With the knowledge and network gained through the process of learning, entrepreneurs will be able to master the 5W1H to overcome challenges faced in the organization and bring the organization to a higher level without much hassle.

Benefiting the society


A healthy organization will always have the resources and manpower to contribute to the society. Apart from that,a healthy organization will also have high productivity that generates higher tax for the nation, which directly contribute to the nation's economy and development.


In short, when an entrepreneur chooses to continue learning in the right direction, transformation is near.

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Sunday, March 20, 2016

Akamai was accepted as member of GUIDE Association – Global Universities In Distance Education


Akamai was accepted as member of GUIDE Association – Global Universities In Distance Education.

GUIDE was founded in 2005 by Marconi University (Rome, Italy) with the aim to develop and support international cooperation and open and distance learning worldwide. By strengthening the role of higher education institutions as innovation and development drivers, GUIDE promotes the implementation of innovative results, insights and best practices in order to identify present, emergent and future needs of REGIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL stakeholders and highlight potential areas for STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP and transnational cooperation.

For more info about GUIDE, kindly visit their website.

Saturday, February 6, 2016

EDS One for One Scholarship

EDS One for One Scholarship 

Inspired to continue our longstanding charitable mission program, EDS Business School has decided to launch an extensive One-for-One Charitable Scholarship Award Program effective from 1st January 2016. For each full tuition enrollment in our following degree programs, we shall award one full Akamai University’s Bachelor of Education scholarship to a qualified and deserving student:

w PhD in Management by University Selangor, Malaysia
w PhD in Education by University Selangor, Malaysia
w PhD by Dissertation by Akamai University, USA
w MBA by Euro College, Macedonia
w MBA by Akamai University, USA
w M.Sc. in HR & Talent Management by Akamai University, USA
w Bachelor of Education by Akamai University, USA

Our purpose is targeted to help the needy and deserving single mothers, orphanage workers, Buddhist monks and nuns from Vietnam and other nations, and Chinese Independent High School teachers in Malaysia. Our goal isto help the scholarship recipients advance their qualifications and upgrade their career and standard of living. Scholarship recipients must promise that once they have successfully completed the degree and become financially solvent, that they will help other needy students pursue their education, as well.

Interested applicants may apply personally and submit a letter of application directly to Dato' Dr Ben Lee at eds.biz.school@gmail.com.

Premier Quality of Faculty at EDS Business School 

The EDS Business School has made a name for itself throughout Asia and the Pacific Region for the quality of its faculty in the conduct of executive development seminars in management, business administration, human resources, and educational leadership. The EDS faculty are highly qualified as instructors, presenting their seminars with excellence. More importantly, the EDS faculty bring to their venue many years at the top levels of their professional field.

Their student’s comment that the EDS faculty team are open to dialogue, serve as great mentors and have case studies related to the material for which they have personal experience. While the EDS students are mostly knowledgeable business leaders and corporate managers, the EDS alumni believe that the EDS seminar training program has greatly enhanced their professional thinking and skill levels, whereby they have more effective capability as a manager and are infused new vigor to progress in their careers. Alumni of EDS state that the responsibilities for the development of these personal and professional achievements are due primarily to the superior quality, background, and expertise of the EDS faculty team.

The EDS faculty are excellent, in facilitating, teaching, guiding, and mentoring their education students through the face-to-face seminar program. Bachelor of Education students comment that they were never left isolated, and that the EDS faculty make themselves available for dialogue and mentorship as they progressed through the Final Year Bachelor of Education Program.

The world class EDS faculty team for the Bachelor of Education Program include the following:

•  Prof Dr Premkumar Rajagopal, PhD (USM, Malaysia),
•  Prof Dr Lee Karling Program, PhD (USM, Malaysia)
•  Prof Dr Arivalan Ramaiyah, PhD (USM, Malaysia) DBA (SLSU, Phil)
•  Dr William Wong, Ed.D. (USM, Malaysia)
•  Dr Balakrishnan Muniapan, DBA (IFSU, Phil)
•  Dr Harwindar Singh, PhD (IFSU, Phil)
•  Prof Dr Ly Minh Chieu, PhD (IFSU, Phil), Vietnamese co-trainer
•  Dr. Tran Huu Duc, PhD in EduM (IFSU, Phil), Vietnamese co-trainer
•  Ms. Le My Chi, MBA (AU, USA), Vietnamese co-trainer

For the latest news, update and activities about EDS Business School, kindly visit our EDS website at www.eds.my, www.eds2u.blogspot.com and www.facebook.com/EDS.business.school

Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Bachelor of Education in Educational Leadership (B.Ed) - Akamai University

Bachelor of Education in Educational Leadership (B.Ed) 
(Final Year) 

Hawaii, United States of America 
A private non-profit university established in 2002 Accredited by 
Accreditation Service for International Colleges (ASIC), UK

About Bachelor of Education
People of all nations are interested in education and the quality of their schools. In many ways, a nation's progress is often equated with the success of its educational system and educational leaders. People expect their schools to assist their young to become well educated citizens and the future leaders of their society and they rely upon their schools to guide their young people through life's chances in a way that will mold their lifelong attitudes and skills in effective preparation for their life’s challenges. On that basis, Akamai University sets the highest of standards for it programs in educational leadership, appoints the most well-prepared faculty members, and designs the very best curriculum for its participants.

Minimum Entry Requirements
Bachelor of Education applicants must have a diploma (or equivalent) in a relevant discipline or the equivalent in formal professional training and advanced professional certifications with several years of progressively more responsible education and training related experience. As a ground rule, mature adults should have approximately 5 years of education-related work experience.

Bachelor in Education with major in Educational Leadership:
Degree Requirements: 30 credits above the minimum entry requirements, as listed below.

Core Modules (9 credits)
Complete each of the following three modules:
EDU 501: Leadership in Educational Institutions (3 credits)
EDU 553: Quality Assurance in Education (3 credits)
EDU 546: Models of Teaching and Learning (3 credits)

PLUS: Major Concentration (21 credits) 
Complete seven (7) modules, selected from the following:
EDU 504: Human Resource Management in Education (3 credits)
EDU 509: Field Study in Educational Leadership (3 credits)
EDU 520: Introduction to Educational Administration and Governance (3 credits)
EDU 523: Managing Educational Resources (3 credits)
EDU 527: The School Principalship (3 credits)
EDU 540: A Comprehensive Introduction to Curriculum (3 credits)
EDU 552: Informed Decision-Making in Education (3 credits)
EDU 561: Handling Social Problems in Education (3 credits)
EDU 591: Professional Portfolio Project (3 credits)

Duration: 12 months minimum

 • Prof Dr Premkumar Rajagopal, PhD (USM, Malaysia), Program Director
 • Prof Dr Lee Karling Program, PhD (USM, Malaysia) Deputy Director
 • Prof Dr Arivalan Ramaiyah, PhD (USM, Malaysia) & DBA (SLSU, Phil)
 • Dr William Wong, Ed.D. (USM, Malaysia)
 • Dr Balakrishnan Muniapan, DBA (IFSU, Philippines)
 • Dr Harwindar Singh, PhD (IFSU, Philippines)
 • Prof Dr Ly Minh Chieu, PhD (IFSU, Philippines), Vietnamese co-trainer
 • Dr. Tran Huu Duc, PhD in EduM (IFSU, Philippines), Vietnamese co-trainer
 • Ms. Le My Chi, MBA (AU, USA), Vietnamese co-trainer

The Bachelor of Education (Final Year) tuition fee is US$3,900 on full payment upon registration; and it is US$4,200 if paid by three installments plus Application Fee of USD100.

Venue for International Residential Class is at EDS Executive Learning Centre, IOI Boulevard, Puchong, Kuala Lumpur.

Students are requires to attend three compulsory residential studies session. Each residential session consist of 6-day intensive tutorial seminar.

For each residential students need to pay USD690 to cover the cost of hotel accommodation for 8 days and 7 nights in twin-sharing room, breakfast and lunch during the studies session and other miscellaneous cost.

Akamai University is internationally accredited by the Accreditation Service for International Colleges (ASIC). The University has earned Premier status with ASIC for its commendable areas of operation. ASIC is an approved accrediting body for the purposes of compliance by the UK Border Agency (UKBA) is a member of the British Quality Foundation (BQF), sits on the Quality Standards Group of UK NARIC, and is one of a number of international accrediting bodies listed in the international directory by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) in the USA and is a member of the CHEA International Quality Group (CIQG).

Akamai University’s premier accredited stature ensures that students receive a world-class education and a degree that is recognized by leading organizations for excellence and achievement. Such institutional classification ensures that student achievements and credentials retain the strong level of "validity" that employers demand. Accredited degrees also guarantee that any credits students earn as part of your accredited degree program will enjoy maximum transferability among most other, credible academic institutions, although such decisions remain at the discretion of the admitting college or university and its correlative programs.

Visit ASIC website for more information.

ASIC Premier University Certificate of Accreditation

Certificate of Good Standing issued by Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs in the State of Hawaii.

Dr. Douglass Capogrossi 
President, Akamai University 
Welcome message for Bachelor of Education Students in Educational Leadership

Akamai is legally established by corporate charter in 2002 and operating in good standing as a non-profit degree-granting institution under the laws and regulations of the United States of America and the State of Hawaii. Akamai operates as a federal and state tax-exempt institution of higher learning for the purpose of providing advanced studies, research and community service worldwide. Akamai is an international university with academic, corporate, and community service affiliations in many nations.

Akamai University is internationally accredited by the Accreditation Service for International Colleges (ASIC). The University has earned Premier status with ASIC for its commendable areas of operation. ASIC is an approved accrediting body for the purposes of compliance by the UK Border Agency (UKBA) is a member of the British Quality Foundation (BQF), sits on the Quality Standards Group of UK NARIC, and is one of a number of international accrediting bodies listed in the international directory by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) in the USA and is a member of the CHEA International Quality Group (CIQG).

For further details on Akamai University, please visit www.akamaiuniversity.us

For further information, kindly contact:

187 Kino`ole Street
Hilo, Hawaii 96720 USA
Tel: 1 (808) 934-8793 (International)
Fax: 1 (808) 443-0445 (International)
Email: dcapogrossi@akamaiuniversity.us
Website: http://www.akamaiuniversity.us

Prof. Dato’ Dr. Ben Lee,
Vice President for Asia Business Program
48 Lorong Kurau 17, Chai Leng Park,
13700 Prai, Penang, Malaysia
Tel: +604-398-4306   Fax: +604-3909766
Email: eds.biz.school@gmail.com   Website: www.eds.my


EDU 501: Leadership in Educational Institutions (3 credits) 
This course examines current concepts, research, and philosophies of educational leadership. The goal is to promote teacher-leadership in effective teaching and learning and influence in local educational policies and programs. This course provides teachers with the knowledge and skills to be leaders in their classrooms and schools, make teaching and learning more effective throughout their school and district, and to successfully advocate for and influence local educational policies and programs. Students are encouraged to become self -directed learners 3 who engage other professionals, networks, organizations, and resources related to the issues of the class. Students choose an issue to investigate in detail, using professional resources in building a case study project report.

EDU 509: Field Study in Educational Leadership (3 credits) 
Students in Educational Leadership investigate the core tasks and responsibilities in the field of Educational Leadership through close contact with practitioners and the tasks and roles of an administrator in an educational institution. Students may pursue field study through a supervised practice, advanced field study or other external exploration under the direction of a qualified mentor and an approved field site sponsor. Graduate students participate in the field study for a minimum of 45-50 contact hours per Akamai University semester credit. The field placement is expected to afford students appropriate practical hands on experience and in-depth knowledge of the profession. Students complete a daily journal and prepare a scholarly paper summarizing their findings for the field study.

EDU 591: Professional Portfolio Project (3 credits) 
Participants assess the relevant elements of their background and training and prepare a major presentation of their professional portfolio and CV under the mentorship of management faculty. Participants gather supporting documentation and present a formal portfolio presentation for review and commentary by faculty. The objective of this portfolio activity is to require the participant to reframe thinking regarding background and training to view transformational elements in professional achievements and advancements over the life of the management career. The chief outcome of the project is the presentation of a case study in essential elements of effective management with the participant's own background as the case study under investigation.

EDU 504: Human Resource Management in Education (3 credits) 
This class examines the role of the human resource manager in the field of educational leadership. Topic review effectiveness in employee acquisition and retention, work functions, workforce development, benefits and compensation, and employee relations are reviewed and analyzed. This course looks into the challenge of work place and workforce diversity as well as best practices and future trends in human resource administration within the educational leadership field. Topics review trends, best practices, and strategic importance of human resources in organizational effectiveness. Participants also explore laws and regulations applicable to HRM in education, as well as employee benefit programs, employee health and welfare, performance modification, employee discipline and employee compensation programs.

EDU 520: Introduction to Educational Administration and Governance (3 credits) 
This introductory course is designed for those who wish to become administrators of school systems. It is an overview of school administration in the American context. Topics to be examined include, the context of schooling in America, both public and private, overview of responsibilities and administrative processes; leadership, managerial, political and educational roles and educational administration in the 21st century; the culture of school and administration, governance, power, and influence structures; Federal and state government roles in education, policy making, legal and financial issues.

EDU 523: Managing Educational Resources (3 credits) 
This is a practical course in applying business management principles to the management of the resources in the school system. Skills will be developed in financial management, accounting, auditing, computerized business management systems, salary schedules, budgeting procedure managing the use of facilities, and pupil transportation.

EDU 527: The School Principalship (3 credits) 
This course examines the roles and responsibilities of the school principal and the issues of those roles from practical and theoretical perspectives. Topics include, instructional leadership, ethical and moral leadership, leadership in technology and curriculum development, staff development, policy development, and community relations. Case studies, projects and papers are required.

EDU 540: A Comprehensive Introduction to Curriculum (3 credits) 
This is an introductory course in curriculum for teachers. The aim of the course is to integrate the theoretical conceptions of curriculum into classroom practice. Participants will examine conceptions of curriculum, developing and selecting learning opportunities, implementing curriculum change, evaluating the curriculum, the politics of curriculum making and trends, and issues and research of curriculum making. Participants will demonstrate knowledge by designing and developing a curriculum of their choice.

EDU 546: Models of Teaching and Learning (3 credits) 
The aim of this course is to present to the teacher a wide selection of teaching models or approaches to teaching that teachers can effectively use to develop curriculum, design instructional materials and assist them in the day to day and long term instruction in the classroom. Topics include: where models of teaching come from, how to classify and apply them, the generic social models, information processing models, personal family models, and behavioral system models. At the conclusion of this course, participants will demonstrate that they can apply various models of teaching and learning in their classroom.

EDU 552: Informed Decision Making in Education (3 credits) 
This class focuses on using data to augment the decision making process for school improvement. Topics emphasize the simultaneous use and analysis of multiple data streams to guide leaders through curriculum alignment development and enhancement, supervision of instruction, and targeted professional development for teachers, administrators, and support staff.

EDU 553: Quality Assurance in Education (3 credits) 
This class examines the how quality assurance is seen as part of the public responsibility for higher education. Topics examine the contributions of policy makers and practitioners consider the role of quality assurance as an element of higher education governance Students explore the function quality assurance in the recognition of qualifications. Case studies are used to illustrate various aspects in different national settings.

EDU 561: Handling Social Problems in Education (3 credits) 
Sociological and social-psychological theories, concepts, and research will be studied to define, ground, identify causes and consequences of social disorganization (e.g., addictions, juvenile delinquency, poverty, hunger, mental illness, homelessness, road rage, bullying, school and family violence, slavery, terrorism) in society's institutions. Specific topics, readings, and projects will be determined in collaboration with the student.

Monday, January 11, 2016

Euro College - MBA

Enhanced Your Professional Status with an 
Accredited European . . .

M B A 
Euro College

Executive Open Learning Program With Residential Studies 
 in Bangkok, Penang and Kuala Lumpur.

Euro College’s MBA Program has been carefully designed to be convenient, relevant and to build upon the student’s past work experience and current professional pursuits. It provides a choice of learning approaches to suit the student and his employer.

Rather than interrupting a student’s career, the MBA Program is designed to enhance it by providing greater knowledge and understanding, new skills and qualifications, fully engaged with their current professional pursuits. Students are guided in conducting employment related scholarly research for the purpose of improving business systems and strategies. This is a highly cost effective way to gain new insights and skills, the latest information and competencies, and valuable qualifications.

Entry Requirements
 - Bachelor Degree or equivalent professional qualification with two years of working experience,

 - In lieu of the Bachelor’s degree, applicants will be considered with a recognized Business Diploma (Associate Degree) and a minimum of five years of working experience. Such applicants will be required to submit appropriate letters of recommendation verifying they have the necessary capability and motivation to successfully complete the program within the allotted time span. Applicants accepted in the absence of the Bachelor's degree will be required by the University to add missing elements to the minimum program, as a condition for admission.


“If money is your only hope for independence, you will never have it. 
The only real security that a man can have in this world is a reserve of 
knowledge, experience and ability.” 
-- Henry Ford


Graduation Requirements
Minimum Duration: 18 months
The minimum credit requirement for a MBA Degree is 120 *ECTS credits beyond the Bachelor degree. Students are required to attend all of the tutorial seminars and successfully completed all the coursework assignments as outlined below:

MB201 Research Methodology
MB202 Business Modelling
MB203 Management of Information Systems
MB204 International Trade and Finance
MB207 Organisational Theory and Development
MB208 Global Planning
MB209 Financial Planning
MB212 Multinational Business
MB213 Foundation of Leadership and Teamwork
MB214 Cultural Studies in Business
MB220 Master Thesis

*European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS) is a standard for comparing the study attainment and performance of students of higher education across the European Union and other collaborating European countries. For successfully completed studies, ECTS credits are awarded. 

Methods of Assessment 

Each module will have a four-part grading scheme:
 • Class Attendance and Participation - 20% marks
 • Class Homework / Quiz (to give at end of 1st day or quiz on second day) - 20% marks
 • Self-Reflection Log / Blog - 30% (Submitted to EDS Registrar, Ms LK Tan @ edsexam@gmail.com within 7 days after attending the 2-day tutorial seminar.)
 • Online Exam - 30% (The online exam will be conduct within 30 days after the Residential Seminar.)

About Euro College 

The Euro College is a higher educational university college dedicated to excellence in teaching and service. Through it’s Undergraduate and Graduate programs in Business Administration, the Euro College seeks to stimulate intellectual curiosity, imagination, rational thinking, and thoughtful expression in a broad range of disciplines and professional fields.

Euro College was established in 11th of November 2003 and has received an official decision for accreditation from the Board of Accreditation of the Republic of Macedonia and permanent license from the Ministry of Education to deliver course in BA and MBA.

Euro College was awarded a European Quality Award in October 2010 as a result of its outstanding achievements in the area of global education. In December 2010, in Vienna, Euro College got a prestigious "Best Enterprise" award by the European Business Assembly, while the Dean of the college, Dr. Petrusevski Ljubisa was voted "Manager of the Year". Since its inception the college actively worked on the establishment of international network of partner colleges and universities not only in the Balkans but also in the rest of Europe, in USA and Asian countries.

The university’s campus is located at Done Bozinov 41, 1300 Kumanovo, Republic of Macedonia.

Shanghai Academic Ranking of World Universities
EURO COLLEGE ranks the 12th best Higher Education Institution in Macedonia. The 2013-14 Ranking of Macedonian Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) was commissioned by Ministry of Education and Science of Republic of Macedonia in 2013 and released on February 25, 2014. Twenty qualified HEIs were included in the ranking. The ranking used 21 indicators of academic performance and competitiveness, covering major mission aspects of HEIs such as teaching, research and social service. The ranking is expected to contribute to the transparency of quality and efficiency of Macedonian HEIs.

International Students Exchange with Japan Universities 
Japanese university students from Gakshuin University, Tokyo participated in the student cultural exchange with Euro College in Macedonia.

Click HERE for more info.

The Euro College tuition fee is US$4,900 on full payment upon registration; and it is US$5,200 if paid by three installments. Plus USD600 for MBA thesis supervisor fee and USD120 Registration Fee.

Residential Fees in Penang and Bangkok
MBA students are required to attend three residential studies and the venue will be alternate between Penang and Bangkok.

For each residential studies session students need to pay USD850 to cover the cost of hotel accommodation for 8 days and 7 nights in twin-sharing room, breakfast & lunch during the studies session and other miscellaneous cost.

Main Campus: Done Bozinov 41, 1300 Kumanovo, Republic of Macedonia.
Phone: +389 (0)31 418-025 Fax: +389 (0)31 417 202
Email: info@eurocollege.edu.mk
Website: www.eurocollege.edu.mk

Asia Liaison Office
48, Lorong Kurau 17, Chai Leng Park,
13700 Prai, Penang, Malaysia
Tel: +604-398-4306    Fax: +604-390-9766
Email: eds.biz.school@gmail.com
Website: www.eds.my

Special MBA Policies and Procedures

Attendance Policy Attendance at all support seminars is compulsory. On occasion, where participants must miss a scheduled seminar due to illness, personal, family or business emergencies, they may petition for permission to attend the replacement seminar either in another city or in the next program cycle. Attendance facilitates maximum interaction among participants and encourages personal and academic development.

Special Refund Policy

As a special provision within the Asia Pacific Region, MBA tuition fees paid are refundable up to 60 days from date of application, provided that the student issues a written notification discontinuing the program and requesting a refund to the EDS Business School headquarters in Penang, Malaysia postmarked before the end of the period allowed.

Student Services: Financial
Questions by participants concerning fees and tuition payments, amounts and policies, should be directed to EDS Business School headquarters in Penang, Malaysia or to Euro College. Participants may request the organization coordinating the support seminars to intervene on their behalf with the University, by providing such authorization in written format.

Student Services: Academic
Questions by students concerning academic policies, procedures and standards, and regarding course modules, locations and manner of instruction may be directed either to EDS Business School headquarters in Penang, Malaysia or Euro College, whichever is appropriate to the student.

Maximum Time Allowance
Special MBA participants are allowed a duration of up to three years from the official date of registration to complete all required elements of the program.