Loh Tsu Ping
Age : 44
Supply Chain Director,
SCA Hygience (M) Sdn Bhd
The Master degree has not only enriched my knowledge of Supply Chain Management but also increased my exposure to both Malaysian and US industries. The best part is that I get to expand my network with local and international Supply Chain talents.You can’t go wrong with studying Supply Chain from a school that teaches Interplanetary Supply Chain and Space Logistics – MIT. MISI employs MIT faculties and teaches MIT syllabus. I get all of these at a fraction of the cost compared to studying in MIT, USA. Plus I could do it over the weekends without interruptions on my job. It was a no brainer decision.
Hilmi Mohd Napiah
Age : 35
Assistant General Manager
Procurement Planning & Strategy
Personally, the subjects taught in MISI are very relevant to the current industry requirements. It covers from devising strategies for designing a company’s supply chain to running supply chain operations in the company.The students are very supportive in class discussions and having students with diverse background, coming from local and abroad, giving different insights to case study discussions.
The faculty members are extremely helpful and very knowledgeable. Their views are valuable not only in classroom but also in addressing day to day work issues.
This program has challenged my views of supply chain systems, bringing awareness of new ideas and insights. I have also been able to broaden my knowledge by interacting with other students who are professionals from diverse career backgrounds. During the program I have had the opportunity to sharpen my analytical and decision making skills which will definitely help enhance my overall management skills to meet today’s innovative fast paced supply chain environments.I was initially scouting around for a suitable MBA program until I came across the PSCM program offered by MISI. Signing up for a program that was based on syllabus from the world top ranking MIT, was a no brainer for me.