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KPMG ASEAN Scholarship provide the opportunity to experience working in different countries

KPMG ASEAN Scholarship provide the opportunity

This article first appeared on Nanyang Siang Pau


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KPMG ASEAN Scholarship provide the opportunity to experience working in different countries

KPMG in Malaysia together with 3 other member firms in Singapore, Thailand and Indonesia, have established a regional scholarship program which will give the ASEAN Scholars the opportunity to experience working in different countries when they are in universities and early in their careers. 

The KPMG ASEAN Scholarship Program was established in 2015, a new scholarship program for South East Asia students as the first regional scholarship for young undergraduates looking to get a head-start in their careers with a professional services firm. With that said, KPMG is the first and only Big Four to have initiated such a program.

13 Scholars were selected

Over the past 2 years, more than 3,200 applications were sent and through a rigorous process, KPMG Malaysia has selected 13 scholars from various public and private universities across the nation. Recently, the first batch of scholars have just returned from their very first overseas internship in Singapore, Thailand and Indonesia.

As a KPMG ASEAN Scholar, one can look forward to diverse learning, development opportunities and cross-border exposures through a structured program. In addition to these KPMG ASEAN Scholarship benefits, the ASEAN scholars who choose to work with KPMG in Malaysia upon graduation get to enjoy privileges for the staff such as Flexible Working Arrangements, KPMG One Week Off, a structured career progression, and the chance to participate in lots of fun corporate social responsibility activities.

Provision of Scholarships

“As a firm, we want to ensure that our younger generation have a more global mindset and are agile. Therefore we make it a point to go above and beyond in developing better opportunities by investing in them through the KPMG ASEAN Scholarship,” said Datuk Johan Idris, Managing Partner of KPMG in Malaysia.

The application period for the KPMG ASEAN Scholarship 2017 begins from 6 February 2017 onwards through 15 April 2017.

Those who are interested can apply online via 
or find out more about what it takes to be a KPMG ASEAN Scholar at

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