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Contents SECTION 1

Behind The Survey page 4 Inside The Awards Ceremony.............................................................5 Sector Awards......................................................................................6 The Most Popular Graduate Employers Of 2020..............................9

SECTION 2

By The Numbers page 16 The Survey By The Numbers............................................................17

SECTION 3

The Top Employers By Career Sectors page 22 Accounting & Professional Services...............................................23 Automotive.........................................................................................25 Banking & Financial Services..........................................................27 BPO & Shared Services.....................................................................29 Consulting..........................................................................................31 E-Commerce......................................................................................33 Education...........................................................................................35 Electronics.........................................................................................37 Energy/Oil & Gas/Utilities................................................................39 Engineering & Heavy Industries.....................................................41 FMCG...................................................................................................43 Government Regulatory Bodies......................................................45 Insurance...........................................................................................47 IT .........................................................................................................49 Leisure, Travel & Hospitality............................................................51 Media & Entertainment....................................................................53 Pharmaceuticals...............................................................................55 Property & Development .................................................................57 Retail...................................................................................................59 Telecommunications.........................................................................61

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SECTION 4

SECTION 6

Employer Feature page 64

A-Z Of Recruiters page 98

Bank Islam Malaysia Berhad...........................................................65 Capgemini Services Malaysia Sdn Bhd ..........................................66 EY........................................................................................................67 Golden Screen Cinemas Sdn Bhd ................................................... 68 Great Eastern Life Assurance (Malaysia) Berhad.........................69 ICAEW Malaysia ................................................................................70 KPMG in Malaysia .............................................................................71 Malayan Banking Berhad (Maybank) ............................................72 Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) ...................................................73 Management and Science University (MSU).................................76 Maxis..................................................................................................77 PwC.....................................................................................................78 Samsung Malaysia Electronics (SME) Sdn Bhd............................79 Top Glove Sdn Bhd............................................................................ 80

Alliance Bank Malaysia Berhad...................................................... 99 Bank Islam Malaysia Berhad.........................................................101 BDO.................................................................................................. 103 Capgemini Services Malaysia Sdn Bhd........................................ 105 ExxonMobil Malaysia..................................................................... 107 EY .................................................................................................... 109 Golden Screen Cinemas Sdn Bhd..................................................111 Great Eastern Life Assurance (Malaysia) Berhad.......................113 ICAEW Malaysia ..............................................................................115 KPMG in Malaysia ...........................................................................117 Malayan Banking Berhad (Maybank) ..........................................119 Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) .................................................121 Management and Science University (MSU)...............................123 Maxis................................................................................................125 Nestlé Malaysia ..............................................................................127 PwC ..................................................................................................129 Samsung Malaysia Electronics (SME) Sdn Bhd..........................131 Top Glove Sdn Bhd ..........................................................................133

SECTION 5

Employer Showcase page 82 Bank Islam Malaysia Berhad...........................................................83 EY........................................................................................................85 KPMG in Malaysia..............................................................................87 Malayan Banking Berhad (Maybank)............................................ 89 Maxis..................................................................................................91 PwC.....................................................................................................93 Top Glove Sdn Bhd............................................................................ 95

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Editor Jasmine Mun Editorial Benny Razali Designer Fatin Shahar Design & production Anis Amsham Web Alicia Leong, Rajaletchumi A/P Subramaniam Business development Jason Ng, Vivien Chai, Simon Ang, Tasha Yap, Arni Rozman, Sarah Suhaiman Client support Ezzati Jamal, Amirah Azrain, Siti Noroaini

ADVERTISER INDEX Alliance Bank Malaysia Berhad................................................................[100] Bank Islam Malaysia Berhad....................................................................[102] BDO..............................................................................................................[104] Capgemini Services Malaysia Sdn Bhd....................................................[106] ExxonMobil Malaysia.................................................................................[108] EY................................................................................................................. [110] Golden Screen Cinemas Sdn Bhd............................................................. [112] Great Eastern Life Assurance (Malaysia) Berhad.................................. [114] ICAEW Malaysia ......................................................................................... [116] KPMG in Malaysia.......................................................................................[118] Malayan Banking Berhad (Maybank)...................................................... [120] Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC).............................................................[122] Management and Science University (MSU).......................................... [124] Maxis........................................................................................................... [126] Nestlé Malaysia ......................................................................................... [128] PwC..............................................................................................................[130] Samsung Malaysia Electronics (SME) Sdn Bhd..................................... [132] Top Glove Sdn Bhd......................................................................................[134] [] = Advertisement

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BEHIND THE SURVEY Let’s take a very quick look at the inner workings of the gradmalaysia Malaysia’s 100 Leading Graduate Employers in 2020!

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Inside The Awards Ceremony

Inside The Awards Ceremony This year, the Malaysia’s 100 ranking is formed by responses gathered from 26,654 respondents nationwide. With roots from the UK, the Malaysia’s 100 Leading Graduate Employers survey is the largest and longest-running study on graduate recruitment trends in Malaysia, and aims to Yang Berbahagia Prof. Dato’ Seri Dr. Mohamed recognise the best and most proactive graduate Mustafa Bin Ishak, Director General of Higher recruiters in the country. Education, Department of Higher Education graced the event along with Mr Isaac Hee, The M100 Awards Presentation 2020 kickManaging Director of GTI Media in celebrating the started with the announcement of the Sector victors. Awards from 7th December (Monday) to 16th December (Wednesday) on gradmalaysia’s and Malaysia’s 100’s social media platforms. The winners and runners-up for the most popular graduate employers of the 20 key career sectors plus 2 special categories are: Kuala Lumpur, 17 December 2020 – The leading graduate employers of the nation were gathered virtually to celebrate the results and their triumph at the Malaysia’s 100 Leading Graduate Employers Awards Presentation 2020.

26,654 respondents

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Sector Awards

ACCOUNTING & PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

SECTOR WINNER

1ST RUNNER-UP

2ND RUNNER-UP

BPO & SHARED SERVICES

SECTOR WINNER

1ST RUNNER-UP

2ND RUNNER-UP

EDUCATION

SECTOR WINNER

1ST RUNNER-UP

2ND RUNNER-UP

FMCG

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SECTOR WINNER

1ST RUNNER-UP

2ND RUNNER-UP

CONSULTING

SECTOR WINNER

1ST RUNNER-UP

2ND RUNNER-UP

ELECTRONICS

SECTOR WINNER

1ST RUNNER-UP

2ND RUNNER-UP

GOVERNMENT REGULATORY BODIES

SECTOR WINNER

1ST RUNNER-UP

AUTOMOTIVE

2ND RUNNER-UP

SECTOR WINNER

1ST RUNNER-UP

2ND RUNNER-UP

BANKING & FINANCIAL SERVICES

SECTOR WINNER

1ST RUNNER-UP

2ND RUNNER-UP

E-COMMERCE

SECTOR WINNER

1ST RUNNER-UP

2ND RUNNER-UP

ENERGY/OIL & GAS/UTILITIES

SECTOR WINNER

1ST RUNNER-UP

2ND RUNNER-UP

INSURANCE

SECTOR WINNER

1ST RUNNER-UP

2ND RUNNER-UP

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Sector Awards

IT

LEISURE, TRAVEL & HOSPITALITY

SECTOR WINNER

1ST RUNNER-UP

2ND RUNNER-UP

PHARMACEUTICALS

SECTOR WINNER

1ST RUNNER-UP

2ND RUNNER-UP

TELECOMMUNICATIONS

SECTOR WINNER

1ST RUNNER-UP

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SECTOR WINNER

1ST RUNNER-UP

2ND RUNNER-UP

PROPERTY & DEVELOPMENT

SECTOR WINNER

1ST RUNNER-UP

2ND RUNNER-UP

MEDIA & ENTERTAINMENT

SECTOR WINNER

1ST RUNNER-UP

2ND RUNNER-UP

RETAIL

SECTOR WINNER

1ST RUNNER-UP

2ND RUNNER-UP

BEST NEWCOMER

FASTEST MOVING

SECTOR WINNER

SECTOR WINNER

2ND RUNNER-UP

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Sector Awards

fter the announcement of the sector winners, the M100 Awards Presentation 2020 then proceeded to the gradmalaysia YouTube channel on 17th December (Thursday) at noon to host the grand reveal of the Top 10 Overall Rankings as well as the Graduate Employer of the Year 2020:

A

1ST

Maybank

6 TH

Bank Negara Malaysia

2ND

PETRONAS

7TH

AirAsia

3RD

PwC

8TH

Intel Malaysia

4TH

KPMG

9TH

Deloitte

5TH

EY

10TH

RHB Banking Group

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The Most Popular Graduate Employers Of 2020

THE MOST POPULAR GRADUATE EMPLOYERS OF 2020 – TOP 10

The following is a quick guide to key employers who ranked Top 10 in gradmalaysia Malaysia’s 100 Leading Graduate Employers 2020 BANKING & FINANCIAL SERVICES

1ST

Malayan Banking Berhad (Maybank) Internship applications accepted: Yes Job applications accepted: Yes Ranking 2019: 1ST

ENERGY/OIL & GAS/UTILITIES

2ND

PETRONAS Internship applications accepted: Yes Job applications accepted: Yes Ranking 2019: 2ND

ACCOUNTING & PROFESSIONAL SERVICES CONSULTING

3RD

PwC Malaysia Internship applications accepted: Yes Job applications accepted: Yes Ranking 2019: 4TH

ACCOUNTING & PROFESSIONAL SERVICES CONSULTING

4

TH

KPMG Internship applications accepted: Yes Job applications accepted: Yes Ranking 2019: 7TH

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ACCOUNTING & PROFESSIONAL SERVICES CONSULTING EY Internship applications accepted: Yes Job applications accepted: Yes

5

TH

Ranking 2019: 3RD

GOVERNMENT REGULATORY BODIES Bank Negara Malaysia Internship applications accepted: Yes Job applications accepted: Yes

6

TH

LEISURE, TRAVEL & HOSPITALITY AirAsia Internship applications accepted: Yes Job applications accepted: Yes

7TH

Ranking 2019: 5TH

IT

8TH

Intel Malaysia Internship applications accepted: Yes Job applications accepted: Yes Ranking 2019: 17TH

ACCOUNTING & PROFESSIONAL SERVICES CONSULTING

9TH

Deloitte Internship applications accepted: Yes Job applications accepted: Yes Ranking 2019: 8TH

BANKING & FINANCIAL SERVICES

10

TH

RHB Banking Group Internship applications accepted: Yes Job applications accepted: Yes Ranking 2019: 13TH

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The Most Popular Graduate Employers Of 2020

The most popular graduate employers of 2020 Employer

Employer

Sector(s)

1

1st

Banking & Financial Services

11

3rd Banking & Financial Services

2

1st

Energy/Oil & Gas/Utilities

12

1st FMCG

1st

Accounting & Professional Services

Engineering & Heavy Industry

Consulting

13

1st

1st 3rd

Accounting & Professional Services

Energy/Oil & Gas/Utilities

Consulting

14

3rd

15

1st Electronics

3

4

5

2nd Accounting & Professional Services 2nd Consulting

6

1st

Government Regulatory Bodies

16

1st Pharmaceutical

7

1st

Leisure, Travel & Hospitality

17

3rd Electronics

8

1st IT

18

19

2nd Energy/Oil & Gas/Utilities

9

10

11

Sector(s)

Accounting & Professional Services

Consulting

2nd Banking & Financial Services

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Property & Development

Banking & Financial Services

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LEGEND Rank Up vs. 2019 Rank Down vs. 2019 Same Rank vs. 2019 New Entry in 2020

Employer

Sector(s)

Employer

Sector(s)

21

2nd Leisure, Travel & Hospitality

31

2nd Government Regulatory Bodies

22

2nd IT

32

2nd Automotive

23

33

Electronics

24

3rd Leisure, Travel & Hospitality

34

3rd IT

35

Government Regulatory Bodies

25

Banking & Financial Services

Accounting & Professional Services

Consulting

26

Energy/Oil & Gas/Utilities

36

Banking & Financial Services

27

1st

Media & Entertainment

37

1st

BPO & Shared Services

28

1st Retail

38

Leisure, Travel & Hospitality

29

1st

E-Commerce

39

1st Automotive

30

Leisure, Travel & Hospitality

Property & Development

40

Consulting

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Employer

Sector(s)

Employer

Sector(s)

41

Energy/Oil & Gas/Utilities

51

2nd Insurance

42

3rd Energy/Oil & Gas/Utilities

52

2nd Telecommunications

43

53

3rd Automotive

44

2nd Engineering & Heavy Industries

54

55

1st Insurance

45

Government Regulatory Bodies

2nd BPO & Shared Services 2nd FMCG

Banking & Financial Services

2nd Pharmaceutical

13

46

Government Regulatory Bodies

56

2nd E-Commerce

47

2nd Property & Construction

57

Banking & Financial Services

48

58

Government Regulatory Bodies

49

1st Telecommunications

59

3rd Telecommunications

50

60

Banking & Financial Services

Banking & Financial Services

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LEGEND Rank Up vs. 2019 Rank Down vs. 2019 Same Rank vs. 2019 New Entry in 2020

Employer

Sector(s)

Employer

Sector(s)

61

Property & Development

71

Electronics

62

Property & Development

72

63

1st

Property & Development

73

Retail

64

Property & Development

74

Energy/Oil & Gas/Utilities

65

3rd Media & Entertainment

75

Electronics

66

FMCG

76

2nd Retail

67

2Nd Media & Entertainment

77

Banking & FInancial Services

68

Government Regulatory Bodies

78

Leisure, Travel & Hospitality

Property & Development

69

Banking & Financial Services

79

Government Regulatory Bodies

70

IT

80

3rd Retail

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Engineering & Heavy Industries

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Employer

15

Sector(s)

Employer

Sector(s)

81

Pharmaceutical

91

Property & Development

82

92

IT

83

Consulting

93

Leisure, Travel & Hospitality

Property & Development

84

3rd Pharmaceutical

94

Banking & Financial Services

85

Consulting

95

Automotive

86

96

Government Regulatory Bodies

87

FMCG

97

Pharmaceutical

88

FMCG

98

3rd Property & Development

89

3rd FMCG

99

90

3rd

Engineering & Heavy Industries

IT

E-Commerce

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E-Commerce

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BY THE NUMBERS What do graduates who took the Malaysia’s 100 Survey expect of their first jobs and employers in 2020? You’ll find a breakdown of some interesting recruitment trends right here!


The Survey By The Numbers

The Survey By The Numbers Here are some of the most interesting findings on local student and graduate job-hunting preferences from this year’s Malaysia’s 100 Survey!

GENDER

SURVEY FIELDPHASE January 2020 TO December 2020

Female

Prefer not to answer

Male

63.3%

36.3%

0.7%

Survey question: Please tell us your gender

SURVEYS COMPLETED

MAIN SUBJECTS OF STUDY

1

2

3

Business/ Management

Engineering

IT and Technology

26,654 Respondents completed 44,906 surveys in 2019

4

5

Economics

Mathematical Science/Statistics

Survey question: Which of the following best describes the main subject you are studying? (Top 5 responses only)

NATIONALITY 96.4%

Malaysian

C

0.4%

Malaysian PR

A

B

3.2%

Non-Malaysian

Survey question: What nationality are you?

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The Survey By The Numbers

YEAR IN CURRENT HIGHER EDUCATION STUDIES 33.4%

28.8%

Already graduated

Final year

YEAR TO START FIRST PROFESSIONAL POSITION AFTER GRADUATION

14.4%

First year

9.3%

33.0%

29.1%

12.2%

2019 or earlier

2020

2021

2022

8.2%

5.5%

2.1%

0.7%

2023

2024

2025

2026 or later

12.5%

Second year

10.9%

Third year

Survey question: What year are you in your current higher education studies?

HIGHEST QUALIFICATION UPON GRADUATION 0.6%

Masters of Business Administration (MBA)

0.4%

Doctoral degree

83.9%

Bachelor’s degree

4.2%

Master’s degree

11.0%

Postgraduate certificate/diploma Survey question: What will be your highest qualification when you graduate?

Survey question: What year do you expect to start your first professional position after graduation?

ESTIMATED OR ACTUAL CGPA 0.4%

0.00 – 1.00

0.2%

1.01 – 2.00

5.0%

Not applicable

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The Survey By The Numbers

CAREER SECTORS GRADUATES ARE MOST KEEN ON Education Accounting& Professional Services

Media & & Entertainment &

Leisure, Travel & Hospitality

Banking & Financial Services

IT Engineering& Heavy Industry Energy/Oil & Gas/Utilities

E-Commerce

Consulting

Survey question: Which career sectors are you most interested in working in after graduation? (Top 10 responses only)

EXPERIENCES 56.9% Work experience unrelated to my course

52.2%

44.3%

38.0%

Student society activities (i.e. as a regular member)

Work experience related to my course

31.0%

19.2%

2.0%

Volunteer Formal leadership Work, study or Political activities experience (e.g. position in a student voluntary activities (e.g. political parties, charities, religious society in a foreign country lobbying or special societies,NGOs, etc.) interest groups, etc.)

Survey question: Do you have any of the following experiences (of at least 3 months in length)?

FORMAL INTERNSHIP WITH AN EMPLOYER/PROFESSIONAL ORGANISATION Yes, 3 or more internships

7.6%

23.5%

54.0%

9.6%

11.1%

0-2 YEARS

3-5 YEARS

6-10 YEARS

>10 YEARS

Yes, 2 internships

Yes, 1 internship

52.1%

1.9%

EXPECTED NUMBER OF YEARS IN FIRST PROFESSIONAL POSITION

38.4%

No

Survey question: How many years do you intend to work in your first professional position?

Survey question: Have you completed a formal internship with an employer/professional organisation?

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NUMBER OF APPLICATIONS BEFORE GETTING FIRST PROFESSIONAL JOB

NUMBER OF MONTHS TO FIND FIRST PROFESSIONAL JOB

26.1%

38.1% 34.0%

29.7% 17.0%

0 months (I already have a job offer)

21 - 40 applications

15.7%

Survey question: How many applications do you expect to make to get your first professional job?

1 - 2 months

3 - 5 months

62.3% 49.5% 49.0% 28.5% 26.4% 10.8%

8.1%

> 40 applications

5.0% 6 - 10 months

> 12 months

RECRUITMENT EVENTS STUDENTS HAVE ATTENDED

6 - 10 applications

11 - 20 applications

19.1%

14.8%

8.1%

1 - 5 applications

General university career fairs Career talks by employers Public career fairs Employer networking/engagement events Subject-specific university career fairs Invitation-only employer events

of respondents said that they have not attended any recruitment events

Survey question: Which kinds of recruitment events have you attended?

SOCIAL MEDIA PLATFORMS TO FIND INFORMATION ABOUT EMPLOYERS 3

2

4

4%

1

of respondents said that they do not use social media to learn about employers

5

Survey question: Which social media platforms have you used to find information about employers? (Top 5 responses only)

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INFORMATION ABOUT EMPLOYERS AND THEIR JOB OPPORTUNITIES THAT HAS BEEN MOST DIFFICULT TO FIND DURING JOB SEARCH 4

2 Salary and remuneration

1

3

Leadership and managerial style

Learning and personal growth opportunities

Workplace culture

5 Office environment

Survey question: What information about employers and their job opportunities has been most difficult for you to find during your job search? (Top 5 responses only)

IMPORTANT FACTORS WHEN CHOOSING AN EMPLOYER 1

Personal development and growth

Working under a good leader

3

Good career progression prospects

5

4

Job security

Training and upskilling opportunities

2

Survey question: How important are the following factors to you when choosing an employer? (Top 5 responses only)

EXPECTATION TO EARN PER MONTH IN FIRST PROFESSIONAL JOB AFTER GRADUATION 11.4% 3.8%

RM1,200 RM1,499

4.9%

RM1,500 RM1,799

15.8%

14.2%

18.7% 9.4%

8.5%

RM1,800 RM2,099

RM2,100 RM2,399

RM2,400 RM2,699

RM2,700 RM2,999

RM3,000 RM3,299

RM3,300 RM3,599

13.2%

> RM3,600

Survey question: How much do you expect to earn per month in your first professional job after graduation?

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THE TOP EMPLOYERS BY CAREER SECTORS Most graduates would prefer to work in specific sectors, so this section reveals the most popular employers by sector. We also identify key differences between the aspirations and behaviours of students interested in these sectors. Accounting & Professional Services ............................ 23 Automotive .................................................................... 25 Banking & Financial Services ....................................... 27 BPO & Shared Services ................................................. 29 Consulting ......................................................................31 E-Commerce .................................................................. 33 Education ...................................................................... 35 Electronics .................................................................... 37 Energy/Oil & Gas/Utilities ............................................ 39 Engineering & Heavy Industries................................... 41 FMCG ............................................................................. 43 Government Regulatory Bodies ................................... 45 Insurance ...................................................................... 47 IT ................................................................................... 49 Leisure, Travel & Hospitality..........................................51 Media & Entertainment ................................................ 53 Pharmaceuticals .......................................................... 55 Property & Development ...............................................57 Retail ............................................................................. 59 Telecommunications......................................................61


The Top Employers By Career Sectors

+ 9 8 35 4 91 6 4 + 9 5 21 4 54 6 4

ACCOUNTING & PROFESSIONAL SERVICES We take a closer look at the students and graduates who want to work within this sector. SECTOR WINNER FIRST RUNNER-UP

SECOND RUNNER-UP

VOTER DEMOGRAPHICS WHAT’S YOUR GENDER?

28.9%

70.5%

Male

Female

9%

0.3%

14.7%

76%

I prefer not to answer 0.7%

Not 0.00 – 2.00 2.01 – 3.00 3.01 – 4.00 applicable

WHAT COURSE ARE YOU STUDYING?

HAVE YOU EVER UNDERGONE A FORMAL INTERNSHIP WITH AN EMPLOYER?

(Top 5 responses only)

30.4% 18.6% 18.2% 7.9% 1.6% 23

WHAT IS YOUR ESTIMATED OR ACTUAL CGPA?

Natural Science

59.3%

Business/ Management

No. I have not undergone any internships

Medicine, Dentistry and related subjects Engineering

Geography and Environmental Science

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HOW LONG DO YOU THINK IT TAKES TO FIND A JOB AFTER GRADUATING?

43.2%

5.5% I received a job offer

1 – 2 months

35%

16.3%

HOW MUCH DO YOU EXPECT TO EARN IN YOUR FIRST JOB?

RM3,000 RM3,299

3 – 5 months

(Previous average was RM2,948)

> 6 months

HOW MANY APPLICATIONS ARE YOU PREPARED TO SEND OUT BEFORE LANDING YOUR FIRST JOB?

HOW MANY YEARS DO YOU INTEND TO WORK IN YOUR FIRST JOB?

61.2%

58%

1 – 10 applications

22.4%

16.9%

19.7% 3 – 5 years

<3 years

11 – 20 applications

21.9% >21 applications

28.6%

39.3%

HOW MANY HOURS PER WEEK ARE YOU PREPARED TO WORK IN YOUR FIRST JOB? 32.1%

ACCOUNTING & PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

PER MONTH

>5 years

DO YOU HAVE WORK EXPERIENCE* RELATED TO YOUR COURSE OF STUDY?

YES

36.8%

NO

63.2%

DO YOU HAVE WORK EXPERIENCE* NOT RELATED TO YOUR COURSE OF STUDY? <40 hours <40 – 50 hours >50 hours

YES NO

48% 52%

*Minimum duration of 3 months

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AUTOMOTIVE

We take a closer look at the students and graduates who want to work within this sector. SECTOR WINNER FIRST RUNNER-UP

SECOND RUNNER-UP

VOTER DEMOGRAPHICS WHAT’S YOUR GENDER?

75.1%

24.2%

Male

Female

3.2%

1.2%

23.7%

71.9%

I prefer not to answer 0.7%

Not 0.00 – 2.00 2.01 – 3.00 3.01 – 4.00 applicable

WHAT COURSE ARE YOU STUDYING?

HAVE YOU EVER UNDERGONE A FORMAL INTERNSHIP WITH AN EMPLOYER?

(Top 5 responses only)

57.9% 20.8% 6.6% 2.4% 1.7% 25

WHAT IS YOUR ESTIMATED OR ACTUAL CGPA?

Engineering

39.2%

Business/ Management

No. I have not undergone any internships

IT and Technology Economics

Natural Science (Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Earth Sciences, etc)

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48.7%

Yes! 1 internship

12.1%

Yes! More than 1 internship malaysias100.com


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HOW LONG DO YOU THINK IT TAKES TO FIND A JOB AFTER GRADUATING?

34.7%

7.7% I received a job offer

1 – 2 months

33.9%

23.7%

HOW MUCH DO YOU EXPECT TO EARN IN YOUR FIRST JOB?

RM3,000 RM3,299 PER MONTH

3 – 5 months

(Previous average was RM2,813)

> 6 months

HOW MANY APPLICATIONS ARE YOU PREPARED TO SEND OUT BEFORE LANDING YOUR FIRST JOB?

HOW MANY YEARS DO YOU INTEND TO WORK IN YOUR FIRST JOB?

48.2%

50.5%

1 – 10 applications

25.3%

15.1%

3 – 5 years <3 years

11 – 20 applications

>21 applications

DO YOU HAVE WORK EXPERIENCE* RELATED TO YOUR COURSE OF STUDY?

YES

44.7%

NO

55.3%

DO YOU HAVE WORK EXPERIENCE* NOT RELATED TO YOUR COURSE OF STUDY?

31.3%

39.3%

HOW MANY HOURS PER WEEK ARE YOU PREPARED TO WORK IN YOUR FIRST JOB?

>5 years

AUTOMOTIVE

36.6%

30.7%

24.2%

<40 hours <40 – 50 hours >50 hours

YES NO

47.7% 52.3%

*Minimum duration of 3 months

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BANKING & FINANCIAL SERVICES

We take a closer look at the students and graduates who want to work within this sector. SECTOR WINNER FIRST RUNNER-UP

SECOND RUNNER-UP

VOTER DEMOGRAPHICS WHAT’S YOUR GENDER?

30.8%

68.7%

Male

Female

4.9%

1.2%

23.7%

71.9%

I prefer not to answer 0.5%

Not 0.00 – 2.00 2.01 – 3.00 3.01 – 4.00 applicable

WHAT COURSE ARE YOU STUDYING?

HAVE YOU EVER UNDERGONE A FORMAL INTERNSHIP WITH AN EMPLOYER?

(Top 5 responses only)

Business/ Management

72.5% 7.2% 6.4% 2.7% 2.4% 27

WHAT IS YOUR ESTIMATED OR ACTUAL CGPA?

55.9%

No. I have not undergone any internships

Economics Mathematical Science/Statistics IT and Technology

Engineering

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36.1%

Yes! 1 internship

8%

Yes! More than 1 internship malaysias100.com


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HOW LONG DO YOU THINK IT TAKES TO FIND A JOB AFTER GRADUATING?

39.9%

5.5% I received a job offer

1 – 2 months

35.2%

19.4%

HOW MUCH DO YOU EXPECT TO EARN IN YOUR FIRST JOB?

RM3,000 RM3,299 PER MONTH

(Previous average was RM2,633)

> 6 months

HOW MANY APPLICATIONS ARE YOU PREPARED TO SEND OUT BEFORE LANDING YOUR FIRST JOB?

HOW MANY YEARS DO YOU INTEND TO WORK IN YOUR FIRST JOB?

54.2%

56.1%

1 – 10 applications

23.2%

18.6% 27.3% >21 applications

HOW MANY HOURS PER WEEK ARE YOU PREPARED TO WORK IN YOUR FIRST JOB?

<3 years

>5 years

DO YOU HAVE WORK EXPERIENCE* RELATED TO YOUR COURSE OF STUDY?

YES

38.8%

NO

61.2%

DO YOU HAVE WORK EXPERIENCE* NOT RELATED TO YOUR COURSE OF STUDY?

28.3%

39.6%

20.7% 3 – 5 years

11 – 20 applications

32.2%

BANKING & FINANCIAL SERVICES

3 – 5 months

<40 hours <40 – 50 hours >50 hours

YES NO

51.7% 48.3%

*Minimum duration of 3 months

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BPO & SHARED SERVICES We take a closer look at the students and graduates who want to work within this sector. SECTOR WINNER FIRST RUNNER-UP

SECOND RUNNER-UP

VOTER DEMOGRAPHICS WHAT’S YOUR GENDER?

33.6%

63.7%

Male

Female

4.9%

1.2%

23.7%

71.9%

I prefer not to answer 2.7%

Not 0.00 – 2.00 2.01 – 3.00 3.01 – 4.00 applicable

WHAT COURSE ARE YOU STUDYING?

HAVE YOU EVER UNDERGONE A FORMAL INTERNSHIP WITH AN EMPLOYER?

(Top 5 responses only) 54%

7.2% 7.4% 5.5% 5.3% 29

WHAT IS YOUR ESTIMATED OR ACTUAL CGPA?

Business/ Management Natural Science (Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Earth Sciences, etc)

40.8%

No. I have not undergone any internships

Economics Medicine, Dentistry and related subjects Mathematical Science/Statistics

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49.7%

Yes! 1 internship

9.5%

Yes! More than 1 internship malaysias100.com


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HOW LONG DO YOU THINK IT TAKES TO FIND A JOB AFTER GRADUATING?

38.1%

14.8% I received a job offer

1 – 2 months

28.8%

18.2%

HOW MUCH DO YOU EXPECT TO EARN IN YOUR FIRST JOB?

RM3,000 RM3,299 PER MONTH

3 – 5 months

(Previous average was RM2,927)

> 6 months

HOW MANY APPLICATIONS ARE YOU PREPARED TO SEND OUT BEFORE LANDING YOUR FIRST JOB?

HOW MANY YEARS DO YOU INTEND TO WORK IN YOUR FIRST JOB?

59.7% 29.6%

15.3%

20.9% 3 – 5 years

<3 years

11 – 20 applications

25% >21 applications

21.7%

39.4%

HOW MANY HOURS PER WEEK ARE YOU PREPARED TO WORK IN YOUR FIRST JOB?

38.8%

BPO & SHARED SERVICES

49.5%

1 – 10 applications

>5 years

DO YOU HAVE WORK EXPERIENCE* RELATED TO YOUR COURSE OF STUDY?

YES

42.5%

NO

57.5%

DO YOU HAVE WORK EXPERIENCE* NOT RELATED TO YOUR COURSE OF STUDY? <40 hours <40 – 50 hours >50 hours

YES NO

51.7% 48.3%

*Minimum duration of 3 months

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CONSULTING We take a closer look at the students and graduates who want to work within this sector.

SECTOR WINNER FIRST RUNNER-UP

SECOND RUNNER-UP

VOTER DEMOGRAPHICS WHAT’S YOUR GENDER?

35.9%

63.4%

Male

Female

7.6%

0%

13.3%

79.1%

I prefer not to answer 0.8%

Not 0.00 – 2.00 2.01 – 3.00 3.01 – 4.00 applicable

WHAT COURSE ARE YOU STUDYING?

HAVE YOU EVER UNDERGONE A FORMAL INTERNSHIP WITH AN EMPLOYER?

(Top 5 responses only)

Business/ Management

54.7% 7% 6.6% 5% 4.6% 31

WHAT IS YOUR ESTIMATED OR ACTUAL CGPA?

53.8%

No. I have not undergone any internships

Engineering Economics Psychology

IT and Technology

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34.4%

Yes! 1 internship

11.8%

Yes! More than 1 internship malaysias100.com


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HOW LONG DO YOU THINK IT TAKES TO FIND A JOB AFTER GRADUATING?

40.4%

6.1% I received a job offer

1 – 2 months

36.7%

16.7%

HOW MUCH DO YOU EXPECT TO EARN IN YOUR FIRST JOB?

RM3,000 RM3,299 PER MONTH

3 – 5 months

(Previous average was RM2,810)

> 6 months

HOW MANY APPLICATIONS ARE YOU PREPARED TO SEND OUT BEFORE LANDING YOUR FIRST JOB?

HOW MANY YEARS DO YOU INTEND TO WORK IN YOUR FIRST JOB?

59%

58.8%

1 – 10 applications

23.1%

17.4%

3 – 5 years <3 years

11 – 20 applications

>21 applications

40.6%

HOW MANY HOURS PER WEEK ARE YOU PREPARED TO WORK IN YOUR FIRST JOB?

>5 years

DO YOU HAVE WORK EXPERIENCE* RELATED TO YOUR COURSE OF STUDY?

YES

CONSULTING

23.6%

42%

NO

58%

DO YOU HAVE WORK EXPERIENCE* NOT RELATED TO YOUR COURSE OF STUDY?

30%

29.5%

18.1%

<40 hours <40 – 50 hours >50 hours

YES NO

51.9% 48.1%

*Minimum duration of 3 months

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E-COMMERCE We take a closer look at the students and graduates who want to work within this sector.

SECTOR WINNER FIRST RUNNER-UP

SECOND RUNNER-UP

VOTER DEMOGRAPHICS WHAT’S YOUR GENDER?

34%

65.3%

Male

Female

3.7%

0.2%

19.6%

76.5%

I prefer not to answer 0.6%

Not 0.00 – 2.00 2.01 – 3.00 3.01 – 4.00 applicable

WHAT COURSE ARE YOU STUDYING?

HAVE YOU EVER UNDERGONE A FORMAL INTERNSHIP WITH AN EMPLOYER?

(Top 5 responses only)

Business/ Management

63.2% 13.4% 5.4% 3% 2.9% 33

WHAT IS YOUR ESTIMATED OR ACTUAL CGPA?

59.5%

No. I have not undergone any internships

IT and Technology Economics Mathematical Science/Statistics

Engineering

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32.9%

Yes! 1 internship

7.6%

Yes! More than 1 internship malaysias100.com


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HOW LONG DO YOU THINK IT TAKES TO FIND A JOB AFTER GRADUATING?

41%

4.3% I received a job offer

1 – 2 months

35.5%

19.2%

HOW MUCH DO YOU EXPECT TO EARN IN YOUR FIRST JOB?

RM3,000 RM3,299 PER MONTH

3 – 5 months

> 6 months

HOW MANY APPLICATIONS ARE YOU PREPARED TO SEND OUT BEFORE LANDING YOUR FIRST JOB?

HOW MANY YEARS DO YOU INTEND TO WORK IN YOUR FIRST JOB?

56.3%

53.3%

1 – 10 applications

29.2%

19%

3 – 5 years <3 years

11 – 20 applications

>21 applications

25.7%

37.9%

HOW MANY HOURS PER WEEK ARE YOU PREPARED TO WORK IN YOUR FIRST JOB?

>5 years

DO YOU HAVE WORK EXPERIENCE* RELATED TO YOUR COURSE OF STUDY?

YES

E-COMMERCE

24.7%

36.4%

17.4%

40%

NO

60%

DO YOU HAVE WORK EXPERIENCE* NOT RELATED TO YOUR COURSE OF STUDY? <40 hours <40 – 50 hours >50 hours

YES NO

52.9% 47.1%

*Minimum duration of 3 months

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EDUCATION We take a closer look at the students and graduates who want to work within this sector.

SECTOR WINNER FIRST RUNNER-UP

SECOND RUNNER-UP

VOTER DEMOGRAPHICS WHAT’S YOUR GENDER?

22.6% Male

76.7% Female

4%

1.1%

14%

80.9%

I prefer not to answer 0.7%

Not 0.00 – 2.00 2.01 – 3.00 3.01 – 4.00 applicable

WHAT COURSE ARE YOU STUDYING?

HAVE YOU EVER UNDERGONE A FORMAL INTERNSHIP WITH AN EMPLOYER?

(Top 5 responses only)

37.4% 10% 7.1% 6.6% 6.4% 35

WHAT IS YOUR ESTIMATED OR ACTUAL CGPA?

Business/ Management

54.1%

No. I have not undergone any internships

Engineering Medicine, Dentistry and related subjects Education/Teaching

Natural Science (Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Earth Sciences, etc.)

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36.1%

Yes! 1 internship

9.8%

Yes! More than 1 internship malaysias100.com


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HOW LONG DO YOU THINK IT TAKES TO FIND A JOB AFTER GRADUATING?

33.5%

5% I received a job offer

1 – 2 months

37.3%

24.2%

HOW MUCH DO YOU EXPECT TO EARN IN YOUR FIRST JOB?

RM2,400 RM2,699

PER MONTH

3 – 5 months

(Previous average was RM2,778)

> 6 months

HOW MANY APPLICATIONS ARE YOU PREPARED TO SEND OUT BEFORE LANDING YOUR FIRST JOB?

HOW MANY YEARS DO YOU INTEND TO WORK IN YOUR FIRST JOB?

54.6%

53.1%

1 – 10 applications

23.4%

17.7%

3 – 5 years <3 years

11 – 20 applications

>21 applications

27.7%

36.1%

HOW MANY HOURS PER WEEK ARE YOU PREPARED TO WORK IN YOUR FIRST JOB?

>5 years

DO YOU HAVE WORK EXPERIENCE* RELATED TO YOUR COURSE OF STUDY?

YES NO

EDUC ATION

27.7%

36.2%

23.5%

39.2% 60.8%

DO YOU HAVE WORK EXPERIENCE* NOT RELATED TO YOUR COURSE OF STUDY? <40 hours <40 – 50 hours >50 hours

YES NO

53.4% 46.6%

*Minimum duration of 3 months

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ELECTRONICS We take a closer look at the students and graduates who want to work within this sector. SECTOR WINNER FIRST RUNNER-UP

SECOND RUNNER-UP

VOTER DEMOGRAPHICS WHAT’S YOUR GENDER?

66.6% Male

32.4% Female

3.3%

0.5%

21.2%

75%

I prefer not to answer 1%

Not 0.00 – 2.00 2.01 – 3.00 3.01 – 4.00 applicable

WHAT COURSE ARE YOU STUDYING?

HAVE YOU EVER UNDERGONE A FORMAL INTERNSHIP WITH AN EMPLOYER?

(Top 5 responses only)

66.5%

Engineering

12.6% 10% 3.5% 1.5% 37

WHAT IS YOUR ESTIMATED OR ACTUAL CGPA?

44.7%

No. I have not undergone any internships

IT and Technology Business/Management Natural Science (Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Earth Sciences, etc.)

Economics

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41.9%

Yes! 1 internship

13.4%

Yes! More than 1 internship malaysias100.com


The Top Employers By Career Sectors

HOW LONG DO YOU THINK IT TAKES TO FIND A JOB AFTER GRADUATING?

37%

7.7% I received a job offer

1 – 2 months

34.9%

20.4%

HOW MUCH DO YOU EXPECT TO EARN IN YOUR FIRST JOB?

RM3,000 RM3,299 PER MONTH

3 – 5 months

(Previous average was RM2,576)

> 6 months

HOW MANY APPLICATIONS ARE YOU PREPARED TO SEND OUT BEFORE LANDING YOUR FIRST JOB?

HOW MANY YEARS DO YOU INTEND TO WORK IN YOUR FIRST JOB?

49.8%

54.6%

1 – 10 applications

24.4%

16.8%

3 – 5 years

33.5% >21 applications

39%

HOW MANY HOURS PER WEEK ARE YOU PREPARED TO WORK IN YOUR FIRST JOB?

>5 years

ELECTRONICS

<3 years

11 – 20 applications

DO YOU HAVE WORK EXPERIENCE* RELATED TO YOUR COURSE OF STUDY?

YES NO

41.2% 58.8%

DO YOU HAVE WORK EXPERIENCE* NOT RELATED TO YOUR COURSE OF STUDY? 27.6%

33.4%

21%

<40 hours <40 – 50 hours >50 hours

YES NO

51.5% 48.5%

*Minimum duration of 3 months

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ENERGY/OIL & GAS/UTILITIES We take a closer look at the students and graduates who want to work within this sector. SECTOR WINNER FIRST RUNNER-UP

SECOND RUNNER-UP

VOTER DEMOGRAPHICS WHAT’S YOUR GENDER?

52.6% Male

46.5% Female

4.7%

0.8%

18.6%

75.9%

I prefer not to answer 0.9%

Not 0.00 – 2.00 2.01 – 3.00 3.01 – 4.00 applicable

WHAT COURSE ARE YOU STUDYING?

HAVE YOU EVER UNDERGONE A FORMAL INTERNSHIP WITH AN EMPLOYER?

(Top 5 responses only)

53.5% 20.9% 9% 3.1% 2.5% 39

WHAT IS YOUR ESTIMATED OR ACTUAL CGPA?

Engineering

29%

No. I have not undergone any internships

Business/Management Natural Science (Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Earth Sciences, etc.) IT and Technology

Geography and Environmental Science

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53.9%

Yes! 1 internship

17.1%

Yes! More than 1 internship malaysias100.com


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HOW LONG DO YOU THINK IT TAKES TO FIND A JOB AFTER GRADUATING?

8.8%

32.2%

I received a job offer

1 – 2 months

34.7%

24.3%

HOW MUCH DO YOU EXPECT TO EARN IN YOUR FIRST JOB?

RM3,000 RM3,299 PER MONTH

(Previous average was RM2,918)

> 6 months

HOW MANY APPLICATIONS ARE YOU PREPARED TO SEND OUT BEFORE LANDING YOUR FIRST JOB?

HOW MANY YEARS DO YOU INTEND TO WORK IN YOUR FIRST JOB?

39%

53.8%

1 – 10 applications

21.5%

15.1% 45.9% >21 applications

31.3%

HOW MANY HOURS PER WEEK ARE YOU PREPARED TO WORK IN YOUR FIRST JOB? 39.1%

24.6% 3 – 5 years

<3 years

11 – 20 applications

29.6%

ENERGY/OIL & GA S/UTILITIES

3 – 5 months

>5 years

DO YOU HAVE WORK EXPERIENCE* RELATED TO YOUR COURSE OF STUDY?

YES NO

50.3% 49.7%

DO YOU HAVE WORK EXPERIENCE* NOT RELATED TO YOUR COURSE OF STUDY? <40 hours <40 – 50 hours >50 hours

YES NO

49.7% 50.3%

*Minimum duration of 3 months

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ENGINEERING & HEAVY INDUSTRIES We take a closer look at the students and graduates who want to work within this sector. SECTOR WINNER FIRST RUNNER-UP

SECOND RUNNER-UP

VOTER DEMOGRAPHICS WHAT’S YOUR GENDER?

59%

40.3%

Male

Female

3.5%

0.8%

20.8%

74.9%

I prefer not to answer 0.7%

Not 0.00 – 2.00 2.01 – 3.00 3.01 – 4.00 applicable

WHAT COURSE ARE YOU STUDYING?

HAVE YOU EVER UNDERGONE A FORMAL INTERNSHIP WITH AN EMPLOYER?

(Top 5 responses only)

81.2% 5.2% 4.2% 2.7% 1.7% 41

WHAT IS YOUR ESTIMATED OR ACTUAL CGPA?

Engineering

34.7%

Natural Science (Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Earth Sciences, etc.)

No. I have not undergone any internships

Business/Management IT and Technology

Architecture, Building and Planning

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49.7%

Yes! 1 internship

15.6%

Yes! More than 1 internship malaysias100.com


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HOW LONG DO YOU THINK IT TAKES TO FIND A JOB AFTER GRADUATING?

34.3%

8.8% I received a job offer

1 – 2 months

34.3%

24.3%

HOW MUCH DO YOU EXPECT TO EARN IN YOUR FIRST JOB?

RM3,000 RM3,299 PER MONTH

(Previous average was RM2,748)

> 6 months

HOW MANY APPLICATIONS ARE YOU PREPARED TO SEND OUT BEFORE LANDING YOUR FIRST JOB?

HOW MANY YEARS DO YOU INTEND TO WORK IN YOUR FIRST JOB?

43.9%

53.2%

1 – 10 applications

23.9%

15.8%

22.9% 3 – 5 years

<3 years

11 – 20 applications

40.3% >21 applications

30.1%

38.3%

HOW MANY HOURS PER WEEK ARE YOU PREPARED TO WORK IN YOUR FIRST JOB?

31.5%

ENGINEERING & HE AV Y INDUSTRIES

3 – 5 months

>5 years

DO YOU HAVE WORK EXPERIENCE* RELATED TO YOUR COURSE OF STUDY?

YES NO

46.5% 53.5%

DO YOU HAVE WORK EXPERIENCE* NOT RELATED TO YOUR COURSE OF STUDY? <40 hours <40 – 50 hours >50 hours

YES NO

52% 48%

*Minimum duration of 3 months

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FMCG

We take a closer look at the students and graduates who want to work within this sector.

SECTOR WINNER FIRST RUNNER-UP

SECOND RUNNER-UP

VOTER DEMOGRAPHICS WHAT’S YOUR GENDER?

32.6% Male

65.3% Female

3.4%

0.3%

10.2%

86%

I prefer not to answer 2.1%

Not 0.00 – 2.00 2.01 – 3.00 3.01 – 4.00 applicable

WHAT COURSE ARE YOU STUDYING?

HAVE YOU EVER UNDERGONE A FORMAL INTERNSHIP WITH AN EMPLOYER?

(Top 5 responses only)

Business/ Management

51.1% 12.5% 8.7% 6.2% 4.3% 43

WHAT IS YOUR ESTIMATED OR ACTUAL CGPA?

25.8%

No. I have not undergone any internships

Engineering Natural Science (Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Earth Sciences, etc.) IT and Technology

Economics

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64.9%

Yes! 1 internship

9.2%

Yes! More than 1 internship malaysias100.com


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HOW LONG DO YOU THINK IT TAKES TO FIND A JOB AFTER GRADUATING?

44.5%

8.8% I received a job offer

1 – 2 months

26.5%

20.2%

HOW MUCH DO YOU EXPECT TO EARN IN YOUR FIRST JOB?

RM3,000 RM3,299 PER MONTH

(Previous average was RM2,786)

> 6 months

HOW MANY APPLICATIONS ARE YOU PREPARED TO SEND OUT BEFORE LANDING YOUR FIRST JOB?

HOW MANY YEARS DO YOU INTEND TO WORK IN YOUR FIRST JOB?

54.7%

44.3%

1 – 10 applications

15.1%

<3 years

11 – 20 applications

30.2% >21 applications

24%

33.3%

42.7%

HOW MANY HOURS PER WEEK ARE YOU PREPARED TO WORK IN YOUR FIRST JOB?

44.3%

12.6%

3 – 5 years

>5 years

DO YOU HAVE WORK EXPERIENCE* RELATED TO YOUR COURSE OF STUDY?

YES NO

39.1% FMCG

3 – 5 months

60.9%

DO YOU HAVE WORK EXPERIENCE* NOT RELATED TO YOUR COURSE OF STUDY? <40 hours <40 – 50 hours >50 hours

YES NO

55.3% 44.7%

*Minimum duration of 3 months

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GOVERNMENT REGULATORY BODIES We take a closer look at the students and graduates who want to work within this sector. SECTOR WINNER FIRST RUNNER-UP

SECOND RUNNER-UP

VOTER DEMOGRAPHICS WHAT’S YOUR GENDER?

30.4%

69.1%

Male

Female

3.5%

0.9%

15.7%

79.9%

I prefer not to answer 0.5%

Not 0.00 – 2.00 2.01 – 3.00 3.01 – 4.00 applicable

WHAT COURSE ARE YOU STUDYING?

HAVE YOU EVER UNDERGONE A FORMAL INTERNSHIP WITH AN EMPLOYER?

(Top 5 responses only)

Business/ Management

42.6% 7.7% 7.3% 6.9% 6.5% 45

WHAT IS YOUR ESTIMATED OR ACTUAL CGPA?

42.6%

No. I have not undergone any internships

Engineering Social Science Economics

Medicine, Dentistry and related subjects

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45.5%

Yes! 1 internship

11.8%

Yes! More than 1 internship malaysias100.com


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HOW LONG DO YOU THINK IT TAKES TO FIND A JOB AFTER GRADUATING?

5.1%

33%

I received a job offer

1 – 2 months

34.3%

27.7%

HOW MUCH DO YOU EXPECT TO EARN IN YOUR FIRST JOB?

RM2,400 RM2,699

PER MONTH

> 6 months

HOW MANY APPLICATIONS ARE YOU PREPARED TO SEND OUT BEFORE LANDING YOUR FIRST JOB?

HOW MANY YEARS DO YOU INTEND TO WORK IN YOUR FIRST JOB?

44.8%

44.3%

1 – 10 applications

18.7%

<3 years

11 – 20 applications

36.5% >21 applications

29.4%

36.8%

33.7%

HOW MANY HOURS PER WEEK ARE YOU PREPARED TO WORK IN YOUR FIRST JOB?

44.3%

12.6%

3 – 5 years

>5 years

GOVERNMENT REGUL ATORY BODIES

3 – 5 months

DO YOU HAVE WORK EXPERIENCE* RELATED TO YOUR COURSE OF STUDY?

YES NO

39.1% 60.9%

DO YOU HAVE WORK EXPERIENCE* NOT RELATED TO YOUR COURSE OF STUDY? <40 hours <40 – 50 hours >50 hours

YES NO

55.3% 44.7%

*Minimum duration of 3 months

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INSURANCE

We take a closer look at the students and graduates who want to work within this sector.

SECTOR WINNER FIRST RUNNER-UP

SECOND RUNNER-UP

VOTER DEMOGRAPHICS WHAT’S YOUR GENDER?

29.6% Male

69.9% Female

3.5%

0.7%

19.4%

76.4%

I prefer not to answer 0.5%

Not 0.00 – 2.00 2.01 – 3.00 3.01 – 4.00 applicable

WHAT COURSE ARE YOU STUDYING?

HAVE YOU EVER UNDERGONE A FORMAL INTERNSHIP WITH AN EMPLOYER?

(Top 5 responses only)

Business/ Management

53.9% 22.5% 5.1% 4.9% 3.9% 47

WHAT IS YOUR ESTIMATED OR ACTUAL CGPA?

59%

Mathematical Science/ Statistics Natural Science (Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Earth Sciences, etc.) Economics

Medicine, Dentistry and related subjects

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No. I have not undergone any internships

34.9%

Yes! 1 internship

6.4%

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HOW LONG DO YOU THINK IT TAKES TO FIND A JOB AFTER GRADUATING?

40.1%

7% I received a job offer

1 – 2 months

34.9%

17.9%

HOW MUCH DO YOU EXPECT TO EARN IN YOUR FIRST JOB?

RM3,000 RM3,299 PER MONTH

3 – 5 months

(Previous average was RM2,786)

> 6 months

HOW MANY APPLICATIONS ARE YOU PREPARED TO SEND OUT BEFORE LANDING YOUR FIRST JOB?

HOW MANY YEARS DO YOU INTEND TO WORK IN YOUR FIRST JOB?

57.5%

51.7%

1 – 10 applications

26.6%

18.6%

3 – 5 years <3 years

11 – 20 applications

>21 applications

27.5%

39.3%

HOW MANY HOURS PER WEEK ARE YOU PREPARED TO WORK IN YOUR FIRST JOB?

>5 years

DO YOU HAVE WORK EXPERIENCE* RELATED TO YOUR COURSE OF STUDY?

YES NO

INSURANCE

23.9%

33.7%

21.6%

37.2% 62.8%

DO YOU HAVE WORK EXPERIENCE* NOT RELATED TO YOUR COURSE OF STUDY? <40 hours <40 – 50 hours >50 hours

YES NO

53.9% 46.1%

*Minimum duration of 3 months

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The Top Employers By Career Sectors

IT

We take a closer look at the students and graduates who want to work within this sector.

SECTOR WINNER FIRST RUNNER-UP

SECOND RUNNER-UP

VOTER DEMOGRAPHICS WHAT’S YOUR GENDER?

53.4% Male

45.4% Female

3.6%

0.5%

18.9%

77%

I prefer not to answer 1.3%

Not 0.00 – 2.00 2.01 – 3.00 3.01 – 4.00 applicable

WHAT COURSE ARE YOU STUDYING?

HAVE YOU EVER UNDERGONE A FORMAL INTERNSHIP WITH AN EMPLOYER?

(Top 5 responses only)

Business/ Management

53.4% 18.6% 12.9% 4.6% 2% 49

WHAT IS YOUR ESTIMATED OR ACTUAL CGPA?

57.8%

Mathematical Science/ Statistics Natural Science (Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Earth Sciences, etc.) Economics

Medicine, Dentistry and related subjects

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No. I have not undergone any internships

34.8%

Yes! 1 internship

7.4%

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HOW LONG DO YOU THINK IT TAKES TO FIND A JOB AFTER GRADUATING?

40.1%

6.9% I received a job offer

1 – 2 months

32.8%

20.2%

HOW MUCH DO YOU EXPECT TO EARN IN YOUR FIRST JOB?

RM3,000 RM3,299 PER MONTH

3 – 5 months

(Previous average was RM2,793)

> 6 months

HOW MANY APPLICATIONS ARE YOU PREPARED TO SEND OUT BEFORE LANDING YOUR FIRST JOB?

HOW MANY YEARS DO YOU INTEND TO WORK IN YOUR FIRST JOB?

56.8%

51.6%

1 – 10 applications

30.3%

16.8%

3 – 5 years <3 years

11 – 20 applications

>21 applications

38.2%

HOW MANY HOURS PER WEEK ARE YOU PREPARED TO WORK IN YOUR FIRST JOB?

>5 years

DO YOU HAVE WORK EXPERIENCE* RELATED TO YOUR COURSE OF STUDY?

YES NO

35.4% 64.6%

IT

26.4%

DO YOU HAVE WORK EXPERIENCE* NOT RELATED TO YOUR COURSE OF STUDY? 26.3%

35.5%

18.1%

<40 hours <40 – 50 hours >50 hours

YES NO

52.1% 47.9%

*Minimum duration of 3 months

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LEISURE, TRAVEL & HOSPITALITY We take a closer look at the students and graduates who want to work within this sector. SECTOR WINNER FIRST RUNNER-UP

SECOND RUNNER-UP

VOTER DEMOGRAPHICS WHAT’S YOUR GENDER?

24%

75.1%

Male

Female

4.5%

0.7%

19.5%

75.3%

I prefer not to answer 1%

Not 0.00 – 2.00 2.01 – 3.00 3.01 – 4.00 applicable

WHAT COURSE ARE YOU STUDYING?

HAVE YOU EVER UNDERGONE A FORMAL INTERNSHIP WITH AN EMPLOYER?

(Top 5 responses only)

Business/ Management

48.7% 6.9% 6% 4.6% 4.2% 51

WHAT IS YOUR ESTIMATED OR ACTUAL CGPA?

56.8%

No. I have not undergone any internships

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Yes! 1 internship

7.9%

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HOW LONG DO YOU THINK IT TAKES TO FIND A JOB AFTER GRADUATING?

37.4%

5.5% I received a job offer

1 – 2 months

34.6%

22.5%

HOW MUCH DO YOU EXPECT TO EARN IN YOUR FIRST JOB?

RM2,400 RM2,699

PER MONTH

(Previous average was RM2,535)

> 6 months

HOW MANY APPLICATIONS ARE YOU PREPARED TO SEND OUT BEFORE LANDING YOUR FIRST JOB?

HOW MANY YEARS DO YOU INTEND TO WORK IN YOUR FIRST JOB?

60.3%

52.3%

1 – 10 applications

28.3%

16.2%

19.4% 3 – 5 years

<3 years

11 – 20 applications

23.5% >21 applications

37.5%

HOW MANY HOURS PER WEEK ARE YOU PREPARED TO WORK IN YOUR FIRST JOB?

>5 years

DO YOU HAVE WORK EXPERIENCE* RELATED TO YOUR COURSE OF STUDY?

YES NO

37.5% 62.5%

DO YOU HAVE WORK EXPERIENCE* NOT RELATED TO YOUR COURSE OF STUDY? 27.6%

34.9%

LEISURE, TRAVEL & HOSPITALIT Y

3 – 5 months

<40 hours <40 – 50 hours >50 hours

YES NO

53.8% 46.2%

*Minimum duration of 3 months

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MEDIA & ENTERTAINMENT We take a closer look at the students and graduates who want to work within this sector. SECTOR WINNER FIRST RUNNER-UP

SECOND RUNNER-UP

VOTER DEMOGRAPHICS WHAT’S YOUR GENDER?

30.5%

68.6%

Male

Female

4.4%

0.7%

21.3%

73.6%

I prefer not to answer 0.9%

Not 0.00 – 2.00 2.01 – 3.00 3.01 – 4.00 applicable

WHAT COURSE ARE YOU STUDYING?

HAVE YOU EVER UNDERGONE A FORMAL INTERNSHIP WITH AN EMPLOYER?

(Top 5 responses only)

Business/ Management

42.9% 12.5% 8% 5.6% 4.7% 53

WHAT IS YOUR ESTIMATED OR ACTUAL CGPA?

59.4%

No. I have not undergone any internships

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Social Science

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7.3%

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HOW LONG DO YOU THINK IT TAKES TO FIND A JOB AFTER GRADUATING?

37.9%

5.2% I received a job offer

1 – 2 months

36.8%

20.1%

HOW MUCH DO YOU EXPECT TO EARN IN YOUR FIRST JOB?

RM2,400 RM2,699

PER MONTH

3 – 5 months

> 6 months

HOW MANY APPLICATIONS ARE YOU PREPARED TO SEND OUT BEFORE LANDING YOUR FIRST JOB?

HOW MANY YEARS DO YOU INTEND TO WORK IN YOUR FIRST JOB?

61.3% 29.7%

16.4% 22.3% >21 applications

26%

HOW MANY HOURS PER WEEK ARE YOU PREPARED TO WORK IN YOUR FIRST JOB?

33.9%

17.5% 3 – 5 years

<3 years

11 – 20 applications

40.1%

MEDIA & ENTERTAINMENT

52.8%

1 – 10 applications

>5 years

DO YOU HAVE WORK EXPERIENCE* RELATED TO YOUR COURSE OF STUDY?

YES

37.9%

NO

62.1%

DO YOU HAVE WORK EXPERIENCE* NOT RELATED TO YOUR COURSE OF STUDY? <40 hours <40 – 50 hours >50 hours

YES NO

56% 44%

*Minimum duration of 3 months

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PHARMACEUTICALS We take a closer look at the students and graduates who want to work within this sector.

SECTOR WINNER FIRST RUNNER-UP

SECOND RUNNER-UP

VOTER DEMOGRAPHICS WHAT’S YOUR GENDER?

23.3%

75.9%

Male

Female

4.1%

0.5%

12.3%

83.2%

I prefer not to answer 0.8%

Not 0.00 – 2.00 2.01 – 3.00 3.01 – 4.00 applicable

WHAT COURSE ARE YOU STUDYING?

HAVE YOU EVER UNDERGONE A FORMAL INTERNSHIP WITH AN EMPLOYER?

(Top 5 responses only)

34.4% 22.3% 15.9% 12.1% 3.7% 55

WHAT IS YOUR ESTIMATED OR ACTUAL CGPA?

Medicine, Dentistry and related subjects Natural Science (Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Earth Sciences, etc.)

44.7%

No. I have not undergone any internships

Business/Management Engineerin

IT and Technology

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Yes! 1 internship

10.6%

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HOW LONG DO YOU THINK IT TAKES TO FIND A JOB AFTER GRADUATING?

37.8%

7.7% I received a job offer

1 – 2 months

32.9%

21.6%

HOW MUCH DO YOU EXPECT TO EARN IN YOUR FIRST JOB?

RM3,000 RM3,299 PER MONTH

3 – 5 months

(Previous average was RM2,770)

> 6 months

HOW MANY APPLICATIONS ARE YOU PREPARED TO SEND OUT BEFORE LANDING YOUR FIRST JOB?

HOW MANY YEARS DO YOU INTEND TO WORK IN YOUR FIRST JOB?

63.8%

45.9%

1 – 10 applications

33.3%

14.2%

<3 years

22% >21 applications

45.9%

HOW MANY HOURS PER WEEK ARE YOU PREPARED TO WORK IN YOUR FIRST JOB?

PHARMACEUTIC ALS

3 – 5 years

11 – 20 applications

>5 years

DO YOU HAVE WORK EXPERIENCE* RELATED TO YOUR COURSE OF STUDY?

YES NO

35.6% 64.4%

DO YOU HAVE WORK EXPERIENCE* NOT RELATED TO YOUR COURSE OF STUDY? 20.7%

43.4%

20.7%

<40 hours <40 – 50 hours >50 hours

YES NO

53.3% 46.4%

*Minimum duration of 3 months

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PROPERTY & DEVELOPMENT We take a closer look at the students and graduates who want to work within this sector. SECTOR WINNER FIRST RUNNER-UP

SECOND RUNNER-UP

VOTER DEMOGRAPHICS WHAT’S YOUR GENDER?

43.6%

55.6%

Male

Female

3.9%

1.1%

18.6%

76.4%

I prefer not to answer 0.8%

Not 0.00 – 2.00 2.01 – 3.00 3.01 – 4.00 applicable

WHAT COURSE ARE YOU STUDYING?

HAVE YOU EVER UNDERGONE A FORMAL INTERNSHIP WITH AN EMPLOYER?

(Top 5 responses only)

Business/ Management

41.6% 24.7% 10.3% 4% 3.6% 57

WHAT IS YOUR ESTIMATED OR ACTUAL CGPA?

46.2%

No. I have not undergone any internships

Engineering Architecture, Building and Planning Economics

Social Science

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12.7%

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HOW LONG DO YOU THINK IT TAKES TO FIND A JOB AFTER GRADUATING?

36.8%

8.8% I received a job offer

1 – 2 months

34%

20.4%

HOW MUCH DO YOU EXPECT TO EARN IN YOUR FIRST JOB?

RM3,000 RM3,299 PER MONTH

3 – 5 months

(Previous average was RM2,986)

> 6 months

HOW MANY APPLICATIONS ARE YOU PREPARED TO SEND OUT BEFORE LANDING YOUR FIRST JOB?

HOW MANY YEARS DO YOU INTEND TO WORK IN YOUR FIRST JOB?

52% 23.3%

18% 30.1% >21 applications

29.9%

HOW MANY HOURS PER WEEK ARE YOU PREPARED TO WORK IN YOUR FIRST JOB? 37.4%

21.7% 3 – 5 years

<3 years

11 – 20 applications

32.7%

PROPERT Y & DE VELOPMENT

54.9%

1 – 10 applications

>5 years

DO YOU HAVE WORK EXPERIENCE* RELATED TO YOUR COURSE OF STUDY?

YES NO

44.2% 55.8%

DO YOU HAVE WORK EXPERIENCE* NOT RELATED TO YOUR COURSE OF STUDY? <40 hours <40 – 50 hours >50 hours

YES NO

55.8% 44.2%

*Minimum duration of 3 months

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RETAIL We take a closer look at the students and graduates who want to work within this sector.

SECTOR WINNER FIRST RUNNER-UP

SECOND RUNNER-UP

VOTER DEMOGRAPHICS WHAT’S YOUR GENDER?

26.5%

73.1%

Male

Female

4%

0.2%

19%

76.7%

I prefer not to answer 0.4%

Not 0.00 – 2.00 2.01 – 3.00 3.01 – 4.00 applicable

WHAT COURSE ARE YOU STUDYING?

HAVE YOU EVER UNDERGONE A FORMAL INTERNSHIP WITH AN EMPLOYER?

(Top 5 responses only)

Business/ Management

59.5% 10.9 4.6% 3.8% 3.5% 59

WHAT IS YOUR ESTIMATED OR ACTUAL CGPA?

52.9%

Medicine, Dentistry and related subjects

No. I have not undergone any internships

Engineering Economics

IT and Technology

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37.2%

Yes! 1 internship

9.9%

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HOW LONG DO YOU THINK IT TAKES TO FIND A JOB AFTER GRADUATING?

4.5%

34.9%

I received a job offer

1 – 2 months

35.8%

24.8%

HOW MUCH DO YOU EXPECT TO EARN IN YOUR FIRST JOB?

RM2,400 RM2,699

PER MONTH

3 – 5 months

(Previous average was RM2,551)

> 6 months

HOW MANY APPLICATIONS ARE YOU PREPARED TO SEND OUT BEFORE LANDING YOUR FIRST JOB?

HOW MANY YEARS DO YOU INTEND TO WORK IN YOUR FIRST JOB?

58.9%

51.5%

1 – 10 applications

28.3%

16.9%

3 – 5 years <3 years

11 – 20 applications

>21 applications

28.7%

38.2%

HOW MANY HOURS PER WEEK ARE YOU PREPARED TO WORK IN YOUR FIRST JOB?

>5 years

DO YOU HAVE WORK EXPERIENCE* RELATED TO YOUR COURSE OF STUDY?

YES NO

43.7%

RETAIL

24.3%

33.1%

20.2%

56.3%

DO YOU HAVE WORK EXPERIENCE* NOT RELATED TO YOUR COURSE OF STUDY? <40 hours <40 – 50 hours >50 hours

YES NO

50.5% 49.5%

*Minimum duration of 3 months

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TELECOMMUNICATIONS We take a closer look at the students and graduates who want to work within this sector.

SECTOR WINNER FIRST RUNNER-UP

SECOND RUNNER-UP

VOTER DEMOGRAPHICS WHAT’S YOUR GENDER?

41%

58.4%

Male

Female

3.8%

1.1%

21.3%

73.8%

I prefer not to answer 0.6%

Not 0.00 – 2.00 2.01 – 3.00 3.01 – 4.00 applicable

WHAT COURSE ARE YOU STUDYING?

HAVE YOU EVER UNDERGONE A FORMAL INTERNSHIP WITH AN EMPLOYER?

(Top 5 responses only)

Business/ Management

29.5% 22.4%

4.5% 3.5%

45.8%

No. I have not undergone any internships

IT and Technology

21.2%

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WHAT IS YOUR ESTIMATED OR ACTUAL CGPA?

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Media

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Yes! 1 internship

10%

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HOW LONG DO YOU THINK IT TAKES TO FIND A JOB AFTER GRADUATING?

34.5%

7.1% I received a job offer

1 – 2 months

32.2%

26.2%

HOW MUCH DO YOU EXPECT TO EARN IN YOUR FIRST JOB?

RM2,400 RM2,699

PER MONTH

3 – 5 months

(Previous average was RM2,695)

> 6 months

HOW MANY APPLICATIONS ARE YOU PREPARED TO SEND OUT BEFORE LANDING YOUR FIRST JOB?

HOW MANY YEARS DO YOU INTEND TO WORK IN YOUR FIRST JOB?

48.3%

53.8% 24.6%

17.9%

3 – 5 years <3 years

11 – 20 applications

33.8% >21 applications

27.9%

34.7%

HOW MANY HOURS PER WEEK ARE YOU PREPARED TO WORK IN YOUR FIRST JOB?

37.4%

21.6%

TELECOMMUNIC ATIONS

1 – 10 applications

>5 years

DO YOU HAVE WORK EXPERIENCE* RELATED TO YOUR COURSE OF STUDY?

YES NO

41.1% 58.9%

DO YOU HAVE WORK EXPERIENCE* NOT RELATED TO YOUR COURSE OF STUDY? <40 hours <40 – 50 hours >50 hours

YES NO

51% 49%

*Minimum duration of 3 months

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S E C T I O N

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EMPLOYER FEATURE What drives the nation’s best graduate employers? How is it like to work with them? Flip the page and find out! Bank Islam Malaysia Berhad ........................................ 65 Capgemini Services Malaysia Sdn Bhd ........................ 66 EY ...................................................................................67 Golden Screen Cinemas Sdn Bhd ................................. 68 Great Eastern Life Assurance (Malaysia) Berhad ....... 69 ICAEW Malaysia ............................................................ 70 KPMG in Malaysia ..........................................................71 Malayan Banking Berhad (Maybank) .......................... 72 Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) ................................. 73 Management and Science University (MSU) ................ 76 Maxis ............................................................................. 77 PwC................................................................................ 78 Samsung Malaysia Electronics (SME) Sdn Bhd ........... 79 Top Glove Sdn Bhd ......................................................... 80


Employer Feature

EMPLOYEE SAFETY DIVERSITY & INCLUSION How does your organisation promote employee diversity and inclusion in the workplace? Bank Islam's commitment to workforce diversity and inclusivity – of its BITIZENs (Bank Islam Citizens) – are promoted through our: • Employee value proposition of maximising potential, working with thought leaders of Islamic Finance, beyond work and life, and living the universally accepted good values. • Provision of a clear policy commitment on workforce diversity.

WORKPLACE CULTURE What makes your organisation's culture unique? Bank Islam upholds the Shariah principles that bring out virtuous traits among its BITIZENs. Our shared values, TAAT (Think Customer, Act with Integrity, Advance Beyond, Take Charge), unifies us. We foster a workplace that engenders the highest level of integrity and business ethics, encouraging BITIZENs to do the right thing at all times. We place our BITIZENs at the forefront of the bank's growth. The bank will continue to advance when our people grow. Hence, BITIZENs are at the

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heart of our development programmes. We empower and encourage mutual trust and accountability to foster BITIZENs' growth. Working in a hightrust environment allows performance and productivity to thrive – when BITIZENs perform, the bank prosper.

BENEFITS What is the one benefit your organisation offers that keeps your employees happy? We believe our holistic approach to a balanced work-life brings out the best in our employees and motivates them to work, translating into higher performance and sustainable business results. We prioritise creating an excellent employee experience through consistent and authentic communications. In our Employee Engagement Survey 2020, 83% of BITIZENs feel inspired to do their best work every day. Our ongoing initiatives range from enhancing employee's physical and mental wellbeing by reinventing our workplace to place people first, where performance is measured by the outcome and not output, to open-for-all learning opportunities. In particular, an upskilling programme in digital skills and new ways of working so they can move onwards and upwards with the bank's digital transformation journey.

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What steps does your organisation take to ensure employee safety during the covid pandemic? We introduced a remote-working policy before the World Health Organisation (WHO) declared the pandemic. Our BITIZENs are already opting to work from the safety of their home before the outbreak declaration. In addition, Bank Islam established a COVID-19 Task Force two weeks before the announcement of MCO 1.0. They oversee the implementations of safety measures and strict adherence to SOPs at all our premises – be it at the bank's headquarters, Menara Bank Islam in Kuala Lumpur or all our 144 branches in the country. The workforce required to work-inoffice must plan and submit their work week plans for tracking and ensuring adherence to SOPs. During this challenging period, we practise clear and concise communications to all staff frequently. Leaders exercised a high level of understanding, setting clear expectations among their teams to ensure that everyone can discharge their duties effectively from the safety of their home or at the office when required.

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Employer Feature

DIVERSITY & INCLUSION How does your organisation promote employee diversity and inclusion in the workplace? Capgemini is a global organisation and has employees across the world. We work together as a strong team even though we are in different time zones. Some of the initiatives by Capgemini Malaysia to celebrate employee diversity and inclusion include: • Frequent connection through regular CEO All-hands call, TownHalls and Coffee Sessions to establish a sense of belonging for employees. • Monthly Peakon survey to hear the voices of employees. • Spotlight and celebrate employees’ successes to motivate them to continue the momentum. We value honesty, boldness, trust, freedom, team spirit, modesty, and fun.

WORKPLACE CULTURE What makes your organisation's culture unique? Our leadership team – from CXOs, Directors to Managers - encourage each individual to continue learning and challenge us to become a better version of ourselves. They also help foster a great culture, where employees maintain a personal connection with one another.

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All employees, including new joiners, feel welcomed and included in the organisation. Every new joiner has a buddy to help them find their feet as they embark on a journey with Capgemini. We treat each other like a family member and not a colleague. This ultimately encourages employees to contribute their best to the company and deliver better each time.

BENEFITS What is the one benefit your organisation offers that keeps your employees happy? Employees’ satisfaction has a direct impact on the success of any organisation. Although the definition of happiness varies from employee to employee, Capgemini Malaysia believes in “Thank You” and that every effort made by employees should be recognised and appreciated. This makes employees feel a sense of belonging to the organisation and see themselves as striving towards the collective goal.

EMPLOYEE SAFETY What steps does your organisation take to ensure employee safety during the covid pandemic? Capgemini mandated a Work-fromHome policy for all employees during the pandemic. Our company also provided various health insurance policy plans to help employees and their families cope with the uncertainty. We have online medical consultations and regular check-ins to keep the well-being of employees, as well as their families and loved ones, in check. For employees who are working parents, Capgemini also awards vouchers and certificates to show support and appreciation.

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Employer Feature

DIVERSITY & INCLUSION

WORKPLACE CULTURE

EMPLOYEE SAFETY

How does your organisation promote employee diversity and inclusion in the workplace?

What makes your organisation's culture unique?

What steps does your organisation take to ensure employee safety during the covid pandemic?

At EY, we value diverse viewpoints and see them as the catalysts that lead to better questions and better answers. Using a variety of frameworks – such as the EY Diversity & Inclusiveness (D&I) Culture Change Roadmap, the EY Global D&I Tracker report and the EY Workplace Behavior Guidelines, to name a few – we develop practical solutions to create a sense of belonging for all and to champion inclusive causes that positively impact D&I in society. All these initiatives are founded on our fundamental belief that we all ‘belong’ and are supported by a strong, authentic culture. In May 2021, we launched a yearlong campaign called ‘MYWellbeing@ EY: Living the inclusive work culture’ targeting all EY employees in Malaysia. It consists of various activities, topics, and inspiring stories of EY people who are creating a sense of belonging for their teams, as well as tips and resources to help build better work-life balance. This campaign is an example of how we demonstrate our commitment to fostering a culture of inclusiveness that values diversity, and cultivating a sense of belonging in support of our people’s wellbeing.

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Our employee value proposition (EVP), “The exceptional EY experience. It’s yours to build”, revolutionises the way we work at EY. It promotes an empowering and flexible culture that puts our people at the center and enables them to deliver exceptional client service while also encouraging them to develop new ways of working to succeed in their careers and lives outside of work. It creates an energising and productive environment, enhanced by collaborative technology, that drives everybody at EY to work effectively in a variety of settings, both in and out of the office, individually and as part of our highest performing teams.

BENEFITS What is the one benefit your organisation offers that keeps your employees happy? It’s the exceptional EY experience! The EY experience encompasses all the exciting benefits offered at EY, such as flexibility, learning, feedback-based conversations to inspire performance, wellbeing support, mobility, diversity and inclusion, corporate responsibility through EY Ripples, and ultimately, career growth. Through this approach, we expose our people to the possibilities offered by new and challenging skill sets, the opportunities to not just pursue a career, but to build a personalised one, and at the same time, create rewarding experiences for themselves.

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Since the early stages of the pandemic, we have continuously provided our people with guidance and support for their physical, emotional, financial and social wellbeing. Some of the initiatives that we have carried out over the past year are as follows: • COVID-19 vaccination programme for EY employees • Distribution of the ‘MYWellbeing Box’ containing self-care items to EY employees • Home-office setup incentive to support employees’ productivity • 24/7 mental wellbeing support through the Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) • EY Asean Wellbeing Program – comprising activities that look at overall health and wellness to help EY people manage their work and life commitments • ‘EY MYWellbeing Digest’ newsletters and various tips on balancing productivity as well as supporting mental, emotional and physical health Through these initiatives, we aim to sustain positive energy and fuel resilience so that everyone can thrive – by mindfully bringing out the best in our people, creating long-term value and ultimately driving our purpose of building a better working world.

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DIVERSITY & INCLUSION How does your organisation promote employee diversity and inclusion in the workplace? GSC promotes employee diversity and inclusion by establishing diverse programmes that value diversity in all aspects of the business. Firstly, standards are set for hiring and promotion based on merit and not quotas. This policy is transparent to all employees, with equal treatment and opportunities disclosed to everyone during the hiring process. Furthermore, GSC engages employees from different departments and locations through various activities and training, that encourages employees to think outside of the box and bring this mindset back to their teams. Employees are also granted time off for a variety of religious and cultural celebrations.

WORKPLACE CULTURE What makes your organisation's culture unique? GSC focuses and prioritises individual growth and development. Our expanded training programmes are targeted to all levels of employees in the Company. Managers are encouraged to regularly engage their team members to understand the growth path and help them achieve personal and professional development. More than that, GSC believes in continuous improvement and drives employees to uptake different forms of training that

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can help contribute to the individual’s success. Additionally, GSC creates an inclusive environment for new hires with a buddy system that provides support, in addition to a series of onboarding training that allows new hires to learn about the company culture and understand GSC better. Sweet treats, as well as special festivities and events also help bring employees together to ensure everyone feels included.

BENEFITS What is the one benefit your organisation offers that keeps your employees happy? GSC has a variety of initiatives that are designed with the happiness, wellbeing, and enjoyment of employees. However, one of the most eagerly anticipated is the annual company trip that enables employees to rest, relax, and rejuvenate their mind and body, as well as encourage interdepartment bonding, with no regard for designations or hierarchies. Through the company trip, employees learn about each other’s quirks and personalities, while having fun. With no worry about travel expenses, and the opportunity to travel to new places they may have never been before, GSC’s company trips are always a treat that employees look forward to every year.

EMPLOYEE SAFETY What steps does your organisation take to ensure employee safety during the covid pandemic? The safety and well-being of our employees are always our top priority, even more so during the pandemic. To maintain good hygiene and cleanliness, GSC implements infection control practices which include the provision of sanitisers in every workstation, a regular supply of surgical masks for employees, and regular disinfection of workspaces. Additionally, GSC has developed policies and procedures for prompt identification and isolation of close contacts of COVID-19 cases. Test vouchers are provided to employees who are suspected to be close contacts, and guidelines for self-quarantining, monitoring, and management are provided to employees. Should employees require medical assistance, our team of HR personnel is on standby to assist in line with our COVID-19 prevention guidelines, to ensure that our staff members are well taken care of, while ensuring that our workforce is also adequately protected from the outbreak.

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Diversity and inclusion go beyond celebrating different festivities or granting ‘festive leaves’. For us, it’s about supporting and empowering different employee groups, whether they are working mothers, retirees, even those with impairments and special needs so that everyone has an equal chance at success. Although we do organise fun activities for staff to celebrate diversity within Great Eastern, we set the baseline for diversity and inclusion through the various HR policies that we implement in the organisation. For instance, in recruitment, we are committed to Equal Employment Opportunity, and all qualified applicants will receive fair and equal consideration for employment. Only by formulating policies that prioritise diversity and inclusion are we able to create a truly diverse and inclusive workplace.

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Our core values – Integrity, Initiative, and Involvement – are what guide us in what we do. We are reminded to do the right thing, take the lead, and choose ‘we’ over ‘me’. When a group of people acts and lives out the same values in their daily lives, they achieve collective success, and the organisation thrives as a result, even in the harshest environment. That’s why at Great Eastern Life Malaysia, we are a big family moving together as one, and what truly makes us GREAT is our people.

BENEFITS What is the one benefit your organisation offers that keeps your employees happy? Our LIFE Programme! The LIFE Programme is an award-winning corporate wellness programme designed to empower employees to take charge of their health and wellbeing, whether they are at home or at work. There is an array of health-based activities such as virtual workout sessions, health talks from various experts, games, and challenges. And with each participation, you can earn LIFE points that can be used to reimburse gym memberships, purchases from selected merchants, purchases for WFH set-ups, or you can even offset insurance premiums for you and your loved ones.

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The LIFE Programme activities support social, mental, physical, and financial wellbeing.

EMPLOYEE SAFETY What steps does your organisation take to ensure employee safety during the covid pandemic? Like many organisations, we have taken stringent approaches to ensure our employees’ safety during the pandemic such as providing reusable facemasks and hand sanitisers for those who are required to work in the office. Of course, it is best to stay at home, which is why we enabled work-from-home for the majority of our employees at Great Eastern Life Malaysia. This is a big step for us but we believe remote work is here to stay and as such, we do our best to ensure the necessary support and resources are available for our people to work from home effectively. This includes setting up the necessary tools and infrastructure such as virtual platforms and revamping hard-copy processes to fully online.

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ICAEW promotes trust, inclusivity, diversity, and fairness. We attract talented individuals from any background into the profession. We proceed to give them the skills and values they need to build resilient businesses, economies, and societies while ensuring our planet’s resources are managed sustainably.

ICAEW is proud to be part of Chartered Accountants Worldwide, a global network of 750,000 members across 190 countries as well as the Global Accounting Alliance, which promotes the expertise and skills of chartered accountants on a global basis. These recognitions make ICAEW one of the most portable and recognised professional memberships in the world, allowing ICAEW Chartered Accountants to work in more than 150 different countries. Moreover, the 15 modules in the ICAEW ACA qualification have integrated components that give individuals an indepth understanding of accountancy, finance and business. The programme (and the continuous learning after the programme's completion) helps build technical knowledge, professional skills and practical experience for ICAEW Chartered Accountants. With that, our accountants are always relevant and resilient in any environment.

ICAEW is a forward-thinking professional body even way before the pandemic. Since 2017, ICAEW has started implementing electronic examinations as well as embedding ICAEW’s ABCD in technology including AI, blockchain, cryptocurrency and cybersecurity, cloud computing and data analytics into its curriculum. During the pandemic, ICAEW students can take their exams safely from home via remote invigilation. ICAEW chartered accountants were also able to work remotely via cloud computing and virtual environments as they have been trained to be resilient, innovative, and agile.

WORKPLACE CULTURE What makes your organisation's culture unique? There are more than 1.8mil chartered accountants and students around the world, with 186,500 of them being members and students of ICAEW. Our candidates are talented, ethical, and committed professionals, trained to be specialists in business and finance – which is why all of the top 100 Global Brands employ chartered accountants from ICAEW (CAW, 2020 – Interbrand, Best Global Brands 2019). To be admitted as an ICAEW member, applicants must have attained the required knowledge, skills, and work experience. This includes • A compulsory three years work experience with 450 technical days logged in with any of our Authorised Training Employers (ATEs). • A combination of studies and examinations complemented by professional experience. Overall, these requirements help hone skills necessary for ICAEW chartered accountants to not only be sound technically but also to be business advisors.

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DIVERSITY & INCLUSION How does your organisation promote employee diversity and inclusion in the workplace? Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) is a celebration of our differences. At KPMG this is the way we work. We constantly devise our D&I efforts by ensuring year-round learning and engagement initiatives such as International Men’s and Women’s Day, and other community undertakings. Our recruitment efforts are also fine-tuned to create a measurable impact on D&I in our firm as we not only ensure a diverse range of candidates but also use reliable personality assessments. Our firm offers varied avenues for employees to create dialogues and have access to opportunities and information. KPMG’s upward feedback system that is the Global People Survey (GPS) is another instance in which we cultivate ongoing feedback culture where all individuals’ voices are valued and heard.

WORKPLACE CULTURE What makes your organisation's culture unique? At KPMG, we believe everyone has a story to tell, and more profoundly, to live. Together, our stories help us make informed decisions as we respond to challenges and pursue new opportunities. Our corporate culture extends mere benefits and perks as it champions trust and ownership amongst people. This is pronounced firm-wide through KPMG’s ‘Everyone a Leader’ Framework and regular training aimed at inspiring our people to deliver impact and seek growth.

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By adopting an open-door policy and granting access to our down-toearth leaders, employees enjoy greater freedom to voice out their opinions. We also take pride in our “Work Hard, Play Harder” culture. We instill a sense of happiness and wellness in every employee through our KPMG Wellbeing 360 Program.

BENEFITS What is the one benefit your organisation offers that keeps your employees happy? We are proud of our newly introduced program called KPMG Wellbeing 360, which covers 4 pillars namely Kommunity, Playground, Marketplace & G.Y.M. Through this initiative, we provide exciting deals and activities that keep staff engaged despite working from home and not meeting one another physically. A recent health talk on vaccination had over 200 participants which quickly became one of the firm’s largest turnout on a single virtual event. KPMG staff also benefit through quarterly coffee sessions with leaders of KPMG in Malaysia. Typically, these sessions cater to 30-50 employees of all levels and act as an inclusive platform for twoway conversations to take place. At KPMG, we value effective communication and this session allows us to do just that.

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EMPLOYEE SAFETY What steps does your organisation take to ensure employee safety during the covid pandemic? At the early start of the pandemic, we were quick to form a Crisis Response Team (CRT) who are in charge of all COVID-19 related matters. To ensure the safety of our people, only 30% of staff are allowed to work from the office whilst the rest worked from home. Before entering office premises, all staff and guests are required to submit health declaration forms indicating that they are not at risk of COVID. Frequent sanitation is done at every level, whilst strict monitoring of social distancing is performed. Additionally, our staff receives monthly supplies of masks and sanitisers regardless of where they are stationed for work. Through these trying times, our values – Together, For Better – remain at the heart of our response.

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DIVERSITY & INCLUSION How does your organisation promote employee diversity and inclusion in the workplace? For our people to excel at their jobs, we make it a point to listen and understand them. Some of the efforts that we put in place (e.g., flexible work arrangements, sabbatical leave, etc.) ensures worklife integration and commitment to inclusiveness for our now hybrid workforce. To enable our employees to develop individually and professionally, we invest in them by deploying bestin-class learning and development programmes. These programmes are often flexible and customisable for all levels of employees. With that, our staff are well equipped to scale greater opportunities and attain satisfaction in their careers.

WORKPLACE CULTURE What makes your organisation's culture unique? The Maybank culture is unique because we cultivate business and professional growth by offering each employee a voice while encouraging healthy day-to-day discussions on attitude, behaviour and work ethics. Our people are, and always will be, our number one priority. The pandemic has taught us a lot about the importance of staying connected. It also reminded us to future proof our careers, enable greater flexibility in ways of working and make use of

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available technologies. With that, we continuously engage our stakeholders and act on their feedback when implementing our people agenda. The recent Maybank Employee Engagement Survey (EES) was conducted to find out the level of engagement and willingness of our employees to perform and contribute to the success of Maybank in this next normal. This notion ensures that the thoughts, feelings and needs of Maybankers are taken into account, alongside the operational and financial requirements of the organisation.

BENEFITS What is the one benefit your organisation offers that keeps your employees happy? Amongst the many benefits which keep our employees engaged are our continuous employee engagements and interventions; which are designed to holistically elevate our employee experiences. At Maybank, to ensure that our employees stay engaged and connected despite the pandemic; one way is through our series of thematic ‘Happy Zoom’ sessions which include games, music jam and virtual celebrations. These sessions act as a platform where our employees engage in non-work-related conversations that mirror the usual lobby conversations we normally have in the office. Support is also provided for employees who need any assistance whilst working

from home – including mental health talks and opportunities to engage with trained in-house Mental Health First Aiders who can assist employees struggling emotionally and mentally.

EMPLOYEE SAFETY What steps does your organisation take to ensure employee safety during the covid pandemic? We have always been about people; placing utmost priority on the wellbeing of our employees, customers and communities. When the Movement Control Order (MCO) was enforced in March 2020, within a week, Maybank facilitated a default arrangement to have employees work from home. We had more than 80% of staff working from home from the usual 80% on-site. We were also one of the earliest to scrutinise our safety procedures, business continuity and crisis plans, and build awareness across our organisation. Since our employees' health and safety are our top priority, we maintained strict health and safety protocols to prevent any new clusters. Maybankers are also constantly kept up to date on news within the Bank.

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XPERIENCE NATION BUILDING The Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) was established on 1 November 1998 pursuant to the provisions of the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission Act 1998 (MCMCA). For the last 23 years, the Commission has grown steadily, now housing more than 930 employees. Our primary role is to implement and promote the Government's national policy objectives for the Communications and Multimedia sector. MCMC oversees the new regulatory framework for the converging industries of telecommunications, broadcasting and on-line activities, in accordance with the national policy objectives set out in the Communications and Multimedia Act 1998 (CMA), as well as postal services and digital certifications. In summary, the Commission plays a pivotal role in industry regulation and market development of the above said services.

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WHAT KIND OF TALENT IS MCMC LOOKING FOR? In order to grow as a strong regulator and market developer, the Commission binds together diversity, equity and inclusion in its ethos. Our staff proposition is aligned with the talent demand of the Commission while ensuring diversity and inclusiveness in the workforce. Whilst chasing high performance and success, maintaining integrity at work is equally crucial for employees at all levels. Having integrity helps foster an open, positive work environment, and an ethical approach to decisionmaking. Hence, our core values embed authoritativeness, which means earned respect emanating from our competence and integrity.

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We are constantly looking and reaching out to agility, achievement orientation, continuous learning, teamwork and value creating talents. We value a growth mindset, which leads to a desire to learn and therefore, a tendency to embrace challenges, persist with obstacles, view effort as a path to mastery, learn from critical feedback as well as to gain inspiration from other’s success.

HOW CAN ONE HELP IN MCMC’S PURPOSE AND CONTRIBUTE TOWARDS NATION BUILDING? The Commission is always looking out for talents who are passionate, consistently do their best, constantly challenge themselves and push boundaries. By aligning daily tasks and milestones with the 10 National Policy Objectives, employees can truly make a difference and nurture an industry that has become increasingly vital in this VUCA world in light of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

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WHAT DOES MCMC LEARNING AND DEVELOPMENT CULTURE LOOK LIKE? MCMC affirms the need for structured talent development to support the execution of the talent bench strength strategy. Concurrent use of skills and competencies enhances employee development by helping them advance towards their career goals (illuminated by skills) and helping employees improve against performance expectations for their current or future roles (associated with competencies). Furthermore, to build an effective Commission that drives results and fosters successful teams, it is key to enhance the leadership bench strength. Developing leadership bench strength is also a key driver for succession planning in the Commission. Thus, leadership development programmes such as the Accelerated Leadership Programme Series (ALPs), All Star and E-Series have taken the lead in our quest.

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An integrated talent assessment and profiling framework has been put in place to measure, monitor and report for an informed decision-making on career mobility. Our ultimate aim is to cultivate an agile workforce that is achievement-oriented and capable to adapt to the changing business needs and evolving organisational goals. One such example is the identification of high potential talents for fast track growth. Job architecture is constantly evolving. We have had generalists, specialists and now, we turn to possible “craftspeople”. Hence, there is downstream impact on the team structure and process. Continuous learning is essential to address the evolvements. Job person match is undertaken to explore an individual’s potential through personal development plans. Some notable development pillars are functional mastery, sharpening one’s business acumen, embodying critical behaviours

(based upon MCMC core competencies) and development of leaders through digital leadership continuum. Other learning opportunities include on-the-job training, coaching and mentoring, project involvement, experiential learning through technical report presentations, cross-working assignments, contributions to the idea generating labs, speaking opportunities in tea talks, article publications and job rotations. Workforce resilience is the product of investing in the well-being of our employees, creating a working environment that allows people to adapt to adverse situations, manage stress and retain motivation. Therefore, MCMC is committed to tailoring the required work-life balance. In the areas of automation, digitalisation, analytics and process improvements, many new initiatives are being institutionalised to support the cause.

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HOW DOES MCMC ASSIST ITS EMPLOYEES WORK AND WELLBEING IN THE CURRENT PANDEMIC?

WHAT ABOUT GRADUATE OPPORTUNITIES? We are always on a lookout for fresh and talented people to join our growing team. As a contribution to society and the country, in collaboration with the Ministry of Entrepreneur Development and Cooperatives (MEDAC), the Graduate Employability Track (GET @ MCMC) was introduced by MCMC this year. This 12-month journey supports the Government and the Malaysian employment market by increasing the marketability and entrepreneurship of unemployed Malaysian graduates. The Commission aims to provide graduates with a large number of learning opportunities as well as developing them into current, future and relevant skill sets and expose them to the C&M industry.

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Despite the turbulences caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the past year has provided us with an opportunity to reflect, focus and align to continually improve the well-being of our employees and the organisation as a whole. Individual differences play an important part in productivity levels. MCMC is committed to understanding what works for all and is a better place to maximise productivity. Hence, the Commission has taken steps to support working parents with childcare during this pandemic through Alternate Working Arrangement (AWAS). The AWAS supports the requirement that employees work from home. In

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addition to that, the Commission continuously provides reasonable care to its employee’s well-being, especially during this pandemic time. Among the few supporting benefits, the Digital Allowance is provided to support connectivity while working from home. The Commission strongly advocates the well-being of employees as a key factor in determining their long-term effectiveness. With the increasing number of mental health problems in Malaysia, the Commission also provides a proactive avenue for MCMC employees to deal with mental health awareness and issues in a safe and secure environment, with the help of qualified professionals. We strive to improve and recognise our talents by providing a conducive environment for personal development, growth and fulfillment. You too can be a part of us by joining this exciting and adventurous family!

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• The practice of equal employment policy – all staff members are viewed based on merit regardless of gender, race, ethnicity, and faith. This applies to many areas, including selection and recruitment, training and development, pay, appreciation and rewards, as well as promotion and career growth in the organisation. • Freedom to practise one’s faith or religion by everyone. • Appreciation and celebration of all major cultural festivals i.e., decoration of workplace, cultural or religious holidays for staff, and staff gatherings to celebrate either at departmental, faculty or university level. • The practice of top-bottom and bottom-up communication and sharing of information, input and feedback when making decisions for the company. • Implementation of a structured system in ensuring appreciation and understanding of the company's Mission & Vision and its strategic plan among all staff members towards achieving the company’s targets and goals. • Establishment of Staff Club as a platform to support staffs’ emotional and physical well-being.

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Shared purpose culture – sustainability of the organisation is founded on the shared-purpose mindset embedded in all staff members. Continuous staff engagements are conducted in a structured manner in the organisation. This leads to strong teamwork between the management and staff, as well as among staff themselves. In simpler terms, it’s ‘working as a family’.

BENEFITS What is the one benefit your organisation offers that keeps your employees happy? • Yearly increment • Bonus up to three months • Scholarships for staff family members • Medical insurance benefits • Staff development packages including education and professional training (Masters/PhD degree) for career advancement, various reskilling and upskilling programmes either internally, at national level or internationally • Annual Staff Service Excellent Awards (TE Awards) that rewards approximately 10% of staff who are top performers in the organisation in various categories • Opportunity to grow and build a respective career in the organisation, without fear or favour.

MSU adheres to strict Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) as announced by the relevant authorities (MKN and MOHE) at all times. The working-from-home arrangement has been implemented according to the amount of staff allowed in the office. On top of that, staff with child-care issues are also given time flexibility. Series of advisory notes are issued to guide and remind staff on the practice of safety and healthcare for them, their family and surrounding people. MSU Medical Centre (MSUMC) hosted vaccination drives among all employees to ensure that all staff are vaccinated.

Dato Sharifah Huda Engku Muda, Senior VP for Adm inistration & Hum an Capital, Management and Science University (MSU)

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DIVERSITY & INCLUSION How does your organisation promote employee diversity and inclusion in the workplace? At Maxis, we are committed to being diverse and inclusive in everything we do. Our employees of multi-ethnicity provide diverse voices in contributing towards new ideas and accelerating innovation at work. Our focus is on providing opportunities to young talents and developing female talents, especially for leadership and STEM roles, via internships, graduate programmes, job rotations and leadership development programmes. Our people's policies support the needs and diversity in gender and generations amongst our employees throughout the life cycles at work. These initiatives include our extended parental leave policy, improved medical coverage and time-off policy. This coupled with our refreshed work culture, the MaxisWay2.0, reinforces an inclusive environment where employees are heard, valued, and empowered.

WORKPLACE CULTURE What makes your organisation's culture unique? In Maxis, our culture is built on three guiding principles: Customer First, What’s Possible and I AM Maxis. When we look at I AM Maxis, the essence of this value is to reiterate why we are

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unique. The three drivers to this value are “I don’t how (yet), but I will commit”, “Breakdowns fuel my Breakthroughs”, and “I am responsible for more than I am accountable for”. We encourage our people to not shy away from challenges, not be afraid to commit to new ways of working and be passionate about taking ownership of the success of Maxis as a whole. This is our unique proposition, as what many would consider “negatives” is what drives us to be better and to Always Be Ahead.

BENEFITS What is the one benefit your organisation offers that keeps your employees happy? As the leading converged solutions company, Maxis is committed to creating positive experiences in our people’s employment journey. We are always striving to ensure our employment benefits are personalised, diverse, holistic, and relevant to today’s environment. We would not single out one benefit per se, as it is a collective and holistic experience. These include medical, leave, mobile services and devices, physical wellbeing, mental health support, digital healthcare, and more, which are made available and flexible for employees based on their preferences and lifestyles. The employment benefits are accessible through digital platforms at any point in time.

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To keep employees healthy and happy, we constantly refine and enhance our employment benefits plan to ensure that it remains relevant. We believe that unique and competitive employment benefits can also promote employees’ morale.

EMPLOYEE SAFETY What steps does your organisation take to ensure employee safety during the covid pandemic? The well-being and safety of all Maxis employees are of the utmost priority. As such, most of our employees have been working from home since the announcement of the first MCO in March 2020. We implemented various ‘return to work’ cycles in split teams in line with the government’s SOPs. This ensures that those working from home are equipped appropriately to continue business as usual and to meet the needs of its customers. Meanwhile, employees with customer-facing and critical office functions continue to perform their jobs with split shifts and/ or locations where possible. All necessary actions were taken to minimise the spread of the virus, such as daily temperature checks, health declarations through the MySejahtera and Maxis DHC apps, providing PPE, practising physical distancing and accelerated vaccination programmes.

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* Photo was taken pre-covid.

DIVERSITY & INCLUSION How does your organisation promote employee diversity and inclusion in the workplace? We are always working towards an inclusive culture that values differences. There are a few initiatives that we continue to run within the firm to help address unconscious bias and promote inclusion. • Unconscious bias workshop: This workshop was specially designed for our managers and directors. It helps them make unbiased decisions towards our employees’ critical career milestones, like during recruitment and promotions. • #LepakwithaStranger: This is a platform for people across our different departments to meet over lunch (virtually these days) to share and learn about a topic that’s relevant to our people, ranging from experiences working abroad, wellbeing and side hustles. This initiative helps us break down work silos, meet new people, dispel biases and stereotypes, and promote inclusion.

WORKPLACE CULTURE What makes your organisation's culture unique? In line with our purpose, which is “To build trust in society and solve important problems”, our culture is built upon the basis of trust. We are also open to hearing feedback from our people, whose voices are taken into account as we plan for the future.

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Our flex+ programme for workplace flexibility and family-friendly practices is one example that arises from the culture of trust and feedback. Our people are trusted to utilise the flexibility and benefits while continuing to deliver their work. Over the years, flex+ has been progressively enhanced, taking into consideration our people’s wants and needs.

BENEFITS What is the one benefit your organisation offers that keeps your employees happy? Our people play various roles outside of work, having different needs and wants. For example, as parents, many of whom are working from home now have the added responsibility of managing children and their school work too. This is why we have flex+, under which the initiatives are designed to cater to people at various stages of their lives. Some of the initiatives include: • flexTime – choose when to start and end your workday • flexCare – care for your immediate family members should an unfortunate event occurs • flexMum – mothers with newborns can opt to use 30 out of the 90 days of their maternity leave, to be taken throughout the first year

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• flexBenefits – flexibility to claim your benefits in areas that are most relevant to you in different phases of life, such as wellbeing, personal development, fertility treatment etc. • flexMed – allows medical leave to be taken without needing to produce a medical chit • Vaccination leave – Our people get a day off for each vaccine dose. They may also take flexMed if they experience side effects, and flexCare if their immediate family members require help in receiving their vaccinations.

EMPLOYEE SAFETY What steps does your organisation take to ensure employee safety during the covid pandemic? Since the start of the pandemic, our people have been instructed to work from home (WFH). They are only allowed to access the office if it is absolutely necessary, and they must follow the Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) strictly. Furthermore, we also monitor the situation closely and ensure that regular communication is sent out to inform our people of the latest updates on COVID-19, while emphasising WFH guidelines, based on government SOPs, to ensure their safety and well-being.

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At Samsung Malaysia Electronics, our departments are often composed of diverse teams. We believe that diversity fosters team dynamics that improve employee engagement and productivity. Simultaneously, this also encourages varying perspectives to approach business challenges differently. One way that Samsung Malaysia Electronics builds awareness in diversity and fosters greater inclusivity is to acknowledge our nation's religious and cultural holidays. Whether through care packages, personal greetings or fun engagement activities during the lockdown, we ensure that all employees feel celebrated during major festive seasons in Malaysia. Furthermore, Samsung Malaysia Electronics is always respectful of these celebrations, striving to understand that employees have different needs that may require flexibility. It is our motto that no one gets left behind.

The one thing that Samsung takes immense pride in is how we invest in our people. We believe that it is our employees who facilitate change that benefits the business. Hence, we provide ample opportunities when it comes to career and personal development for our staff. Additionally, Samsung is known for its innovative culture based on extensive training, repeatable methodology and creative elite formation – all of which is backed by the highest levels of management. Furthermore, we trust that growth is not best-fostered only through institutionalised programmes, but also by encouraging employees to support each other towards achieving their career goals within the organisation. This way, the organisational culture can facilitate technological innovation with our people at the core of Samsung’s business and its strategies.

BENEFITS What is the one benefit your organisation offers that keeps your employees happy? To ensure our employees’ engagement and satisfaction are at the highest level, we’ve adopted multiple approaches to instil a strong sense of belonging and liberty.

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One of the many ways we want to implement the latter is through our on-the-go learning platform called Samsung U. With Samsung U, employees get to design their own learning plan that fits their career aspirations. To cultivate belongingness, we rolled out our Great Workplace initiatives that cover an array of topics, from taking care of our mental wellbeing to celebrating major festive seasons in Malaysia. These initiatives do not stop during the pandemic. We have moved our activities virtually to support our employees remotely. Additionally, we supplement these activities with our Proud to Own campaign which includes exclusive discounts and launch passes for our employees.

EMPLOYEE SAFETY What steps does your organisation take to ensure employee safety during the covid pandemic? While the pandemic has severely affected the orthodox way of working, Samsung Malaysia Electronics strongly believes that our employees’ safety is our priority. With that, a new way of working to support the future of work was put in place so that we can continue to give our employees the close collaboration and connection they craved, balanced with the flexibility needed to be working remotely. Whether through our efficient internal meeting platform, convenient communication portal or daily COVID-19 updates, we ensured that both leaders and their teams are prepared in practical and attainable ways for remote working.

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DIVERSITY & INCLUSION How does your organisation promote employee diversity and inclusion in the workplace? As Top Glove continues to grow, we recognise the need for us to step up our efforts in embracing diversity and inclusion within the organisation. We have put in place several initiatives which include setting diversity and inclusion as part of the hiring criteria. We are constantly making sure that our hiring process and policy are unbiased, inclusive and not outdated. At Top Glove, we value diverse ideas and honour differences through a culture of meritocracy where Top Glovers are given equal opportunities for advancement. We also have zero tolerance for discrimination and are committed to creating a respectful workplace for everyone. We believe that only then will there be voices, perspectives, and opinions from all walks of life.

WORKPLACE CULTURE What makes your organisation's culture unique? Here at Top Glove, we instil a culture of good health by advocating the Top Glove 5 Healthy Wells: Clean Well, Eat Well, Work Well, Exercise Well and Sleep Well, which forms the foundation of Top Glove’s “unique health-centric culture”. We encourage all Top Glovers to practise it every day in order to remain fit and contribute positively to themselves, their families, the community, and the company.

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We also embrace our Corporate Values, represented by the acronym R.I.V.E.R., which promotes Respect, Integrity, Value, Empowerment and Relationship. We continue to instil positive values among our employees to create a work environment in which everyone feels valued and appreciated.

BENEFITS What is the one benefit your organisation offers that keeps your employees happy? At Top Glove, we recognise the importance of finding the right balance between work and personal life. We believe in working smart, playing hard, staying fit and living healthily, hence we strongly encourage our employees to have a healthy work-life balance. All employees are given free membership with unlimited access to our company’s gym. To keep them engaged, we organise many social activities and programmes after work hours such as yoga, Zumba and k-pop dance classes. While the gym is temporarily closed during the pandemic, we have turned to offer virtual classes via Zoom to ensure our employees remain physically active and mentally healthy.

EMPLOYEE SAFETY What steps does your organisation take to ensure employee safety during the covid pandemic? Top Glove is committed to the strict standard operating procedures outlined by the authorities. As we embrace the new norm, we continue to enhance our preventive measures at all premises to ensure our employees’ safety is well-taken care of. Prior to entering the premises, everyone is required to undergo temperature checks, declare their health status and check in with MySejahtera. We have intensified disinfection efforts and hand sanitisers are placed in common areas. All employees are given face masks and gloves as well. Additionally, we have our own medical facility, namely Top Glove Global Doctors (TGGD) — a 24-hour clinic that provides our employees immediate medical attention. We also introduced subsidised vegetarian lunch box delivery which aims to help minimise employee movement.

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EMPLOYER SHOWCASE What drives the nation’s best graduate employers? How is it like to work with them? Flip the page and find out! Bank Islam Malaysia Berhad ........................................ 83 EY .................................................................................. 85 KPMG in Malaysia .......................................................... 87 Malayan Banking Berhad (Maybank) ........................... 89 Maxis ............................................................................. 91 PwC................................................................................ 93 Top Glove Sdn Bhd ......................................................... 95


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Bank Islam Malaysia Berhad

Norlieyana Roos Affandey Assistant General Manager, Group Human Resources, Bank Islam Malaysia Berhad

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hy does the M100 matter to your organisation?

M100 provides us with the platform to show potential recruits our unique quality as the first Islamic bank with an unparalleled network of Islamic Banking channels in Malaysia. We uphold Shariah principles that bring out virtuous traits among our employees. To be listed as Malaysia’s top 100 graduate employer and the opportunity to be featured in M100 demonstrate Bank Islam's commitment as an organisation that prioritises the growth of its employees. We believe the Bank will continue to grow when our people grow with the Bank.

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How does your organisation remain relevant as a top-of-mind employer amongst students? How do you communicate your organisation’s EVPs to such a young audience? EVP can be a foreign acronym to those outside the job market, especially amongst the students. Being millennials and Gen Zs born in the digital era, these students are digital natives. To effectively communicate with them, we leverage their digital habits such as using social media

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platforms (e.g., Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, LinkedIn, etc.) to interact and tell our stories and values as an organisation. We also showcase what life is like as employees of Bank Islam to attract these young talents. The young audience is also very comfortable interacting with us digitally or virtually. Without the limitation of time and distance of traditional career events, we can reach out to a more significant demographic of the young audience.

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What are your organisation’s ambitions for the M100 in 2021 and beyond? We aspire to remain as one of Malaysia’s top 100 leading graduate employers in the industry as we grow to become the leading Islamic Bank in Malaysia. As the first Islamic financial institution in Malaysia, Bank Islam had achieved many firsts since its inception 38 years ago: • The first issuance of Islamic Sukuk in Malaysia • The first involvement in the digitalisation of the bail payment process in Malaysia's judiciary system (eJamin) • The country's first microfinance facility funded by sadaqah (donation) called BangKIT.

Speaking in terms of professional development, what can a fresh grad hire expect when they walk into your organisation’s doors? We encourage our people to step outside of their comfort zones. We prepare them for continuous growth in their career with Bank Islam. Every employee's development needs are assessed, gaps are identified and addressed with suitable training. Our employees’ professional growth is balanced with the Soft Skills and Technical Skills development programme that they can get from blended learning modules. From the start, Bank Islam's new employees are equipped with knowledge fundamental to their career through a series of training on basic knowledge of Islamic banking and finance. This is to provide them with the competency to excel in their current roles and develop them for future roles.

Our ambition is not only to be recognised for our financial strengths but also through our efforts in ensuring support to the economy, community empowerment and environmental protection.

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What is your main challenge as a graduate recruiter in our pandemic times? How do you strive to overcome it? We always believe in silver linings, we view the pandemic as a blessing in disguise. The young graduates' nature as digital natives works to our advantage in this current situation where interactions and communications are mainly done via digital technology. Time and distance are not an issue as we can now connect with talents from anywhere around the world, as long as there's an internet connection. Furthermore, it is more time and cost-efficient to conduct recruitment activities virtually now. Technology allows us to do more with less, such as having more value-added interaction sessions with students and career development programmes (e.g., our Young Leaders Programme aimed towards developing future leaders in Bank Islam).

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The M100 award is a recognition that helps us attract new talents to our organisation. This is particularly important as we want our people to feel a deep sense of pride in working for a recognised top graduate employer. Through M100, we are also able to benchmark ourselves in terms of how we are performing as we continue to strive to be a leading graduate employer in Malaysia.

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How does your organisation remain relevant as a top-of-mind employer amongst students? How do you communicate your organisation’s EVPs to such a young audience? Our promise is focused on the “exceptional EY experience”. That’s why we continuously empower our young talents to be intentional about their careers, to seek out the experiences that will help them bring out the best in themselves and others.

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The experiences they can have at EY – and the perspectives, skillsets and mindsets that these experiences deliver – are the keys to helping them become the leaders they want to be; the leaders that we, our clients and our society need. As a professional services organisation, learning and knowledge are important to us. We place great emphasis on equipping our people with skills, competencies and experiences that are relevant, futurefocused and valuable to their career growth. That’s why we strive to provide the opportunities to help make these experiences a reality for everyone in EY, every day.

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What is your main challenge as a graduate recruiter in our pandemic times? How do you strive to overcome it? The pandemic has certainly changed the way we recruit as we typically connect and engage with graduates at physical career fairs, office visits and campus roadshows where we can have engaging in-person interactions. To overcome these challenges, we have pivoted to digital platforms and have been working closely with universities to host virtual workshops, learning programmes, lectures and sharing sessions for the students, where we stress the importance of investing in future skills and regularly acquiring and using new knowledge and skills to stay relevant.

Speaking in terms of professional development, what can a fresh grad hire expect when they walk through your organisation’s doors? At EY, we pride ourselves on having a collaborative environment and an inclusive culture. We have a friendly work environment, with highly approachable and supportive colleagues and leaders. We empower our people to take on early responsibility and encourage them to seek new challenges. We assign them challenging and meaningful work that helps develop their skills and knowledge. We expose them to a wide variety of experiences that allow them to learn and progress more quickly. We also provide our people with a clear career continuum and the opportunity for career development and advancement. Fresh grads can expect to benefit from comprehensive training programmes that are structured around experiences, learning and coaching. All these are designed to help them create and succeed in careers that match their ambitions and life goals. As a highly integrated global organisation, we have mobility programmes that are open to our highest-performing people. They can experience working with people from different countries and cultures as part of their everyday job. EY also prioritises the health and wellbeing of its people and has various programmes dedicated to maintaining good wellbeing. Our ‘MYWellbeing’ initiative covers physical and mental health, flexibility programmes, and family and community activities to help our people balance their work and personal lives. The knowledge, skills and experience that our people gain equip them to take on new or added responsibilities. All these, together with the relationships and networks that they build while in EY, will last a lifetime. This is the exceptional EY experience that will remain with them even after they leave EY and that will contribute towards their professional and personal success. malaysias100.com

What are your organisation’s ambitions for the M100 in 2021 and beyond? We aim to continuously raise the bar and lead as an employer of choice.

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KPMG in Malaysia

Monsy Siew Executive Director – People, Performance and Culture, KPMG in Malaysia

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hy does the M100 matter to your organisation?

At KPMG, we aim to provide the best services – not only to our clients, but to our people and communities. With the M100 Survey, we aim to listen to the voices of Malaysian talents and consider them as we provide a more inclusive learning platform that’ll in turn harvest a successful workplace environment for all our employees. Being featured – and awarded – as one of the leading graduate employers in the M100 has helped us to attract outstanding individuals to join our firm, and inspire our people to have a sense of shared success. Therefore, the M100 serves as a testament to our vision of being The Clear Choice for all Malaysian talents.

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How does your organisation remain relevant as a top-of-mind employer amongst students? How do you communicate your organisation’s EVPs to such a young audience? To remain relevant means to be an organisation that keeps finding ways to become more exciting than before. To begin with, we recruit via various programs and initiatives. Apart from the regular online applications, students may opt to join our firm through our rotational Graduate Programs: Tax Trekkers and Advisory Aces.

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We also remain relevant by introducing both the Ambassadorship Program and the ASEAN Scholarship Program to engage with talented undergraduates nationwide. Student programs such as these give us a platform to not only mentor these students into becoming career-ready, but also directly communicate with them through career preparatory activities. At the end of the day, we want our talents to know that we are here for them.

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What is your main challenge as a graduate recruiter in our pandemic times? How do you strive to overcome it? The most prominent challenge is identifying the right talents who are equipped with the affinity to work remotely. The COVID-19 pandemic has brought about a paradigm shift in our ways of working. While the culture at KPMG remains working collaboratively, the very concept of working remotely has posed a greater challenge, particularly on graduates without any professional experience. The loss of personal touch has made the process of talent identification more challenging as interviews and career fairs are all now performed virtually. To combat this challenge, we have taken it upon ourselves to groom these fresh graduates to become better prepared at transitioning into the corporate world through various futureproofing workshops conducted alongside university faculties, professional bodies, and student associations.

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Speaking in terms of professional development, what can a fresh grad hire expect when they walk into your organisation’s doors? Working at KPMG is as challenging as it is rewarding and fulfilling. We strive towards a shared purpose of Inspiring Confidence and Empowering Change. This means we practise a culture of trust, empowerment, and openness. Furthermore, we encourage two-way communication between top management and our people. Aside from our annual Town Halls, we also have regular Coffee Sessions for our people to engage with top leaders discussing trending topics. We also constantly provide training to our people – especially to new joiners – to ensure they are constantly improving their craft. After all, at KPMG we believe in Leading by Example; hence by getting to learn from and work alongside everyone surely helps to promote a culture of togetherness, as well.

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Our vision has always been and always will be to be an employer of choice among students, graduates, and other jobseekers. In saying that, we aim to further improve our value offerings by delving into the suggestions and implementing the findings from the M100 survey to work towards being one of the preferred graduate employers among aspiring talents. Ultimately, we also aim to constantly improve our ranking as one of Malaysia’s leading graduate employers.

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Malayan Banking Berhad (Maybank)

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Sophia Ang Wui Jiun Head, Talent Attraction and Workplace Futurisation, Malayan Banking Berhad (Maybank)

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hy does the M100 matter to your organisation?

The M100 is highly regarded and holds significant meaning to Maybank as it indicates proof that we, as an organisation, value human capital within the youth community of students and fresh graduates in Malaysia, and that we recognise them as an asset within the workforce and to our organisation. As the votes of the M100 are by the graduates and for the graduates, it is also proof that our message and direction in recruiting is aligned to what graduates look for and identify within an employer.

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How does your organisation remain relevant as a top-of-mind employer amongst students? How do you communicate your organisation’s EVPs to such a young audience? We actively monitor, reshape, and realign our organisation’s EVPs to remain top-of-mind and to meet the ever-changing expectations. We continue to push the boundaries and with the creative use of the technology available to us, we strive to redefine our engagements and talent initiatives, taking a more holistic and proactive approach while trying to see things from a fresh graduate’s point of view. We always make it a point to stay connected with our young talents by having continuous engagements with them even before they complete their studies. Various platforms and programmes have been designed to allow them to learn and apply their skills and knowledge.

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Even before the pandemic, we came up with new ways to carry out digital engagements to continue to stay relevant, engage and empower young talents around us, and allow them to grow despite the challenging times.

Speaking in terms of professional development, what can a fresh grad hire expect when they walk into your organisation’s doors? With the Bank accepting talents from diverse backgrounds, a fresh graduate can expect to learn to be multi-dimensional from day-today assignments to projects, scrums, gigs and constantly picking up new skills as they explore the world of Maybank. A suite of programmes is also made available to Maybankers such as certification courses, micro-learning programmes, international assignments (virtually for now) and mentor pairings, truly living up to how #LearningNeverStops for all in the Bank. Furthermore, personalised learning programmes with 24/7 access enable employees to learn anytime and anywhere. Continuous career conversations coupled with a customised Personal Development Plan (PDP) also ensure learning and development are always at the heart of every conversation. Most importantly, we want talents to be able to learn, unlearn and relearn to stay current and get ahead as Maybank recognises that every individual is different – we all learn and develop differently.

What are your organisation’s ambitions for the M100 in 2021 and beyond? Our ambition is to be recognised as the leading graduate programme employer in Malaysia and across the region. Most importantly, it is vital that we bridge the gap between employers and fresh graduates as we believe that they play an integral part in any organisation. We will continue providing more opportunities for graduates and students by equipping them with useful knowledge and the necessary networks that they can utilise in the working world. We also aim to retain our position as Malaysia’s No.1 Graduate Employer of the Year, continue being the top-ofmind employer for fresh graduates and at the same time, grow our organisation with fresh perspectives, ideas and talent.

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What is your main challenge as a graduate recruiter in our pandemic times? How do you strive to overcome it? The main challenge is the current limitation on genuine human connections between employers and potential hires as recruitment now has transitioned into a virtual setting. As effective as virtual interviews may be, this method can still put a barrier between both parties and limit the ability to create honest and genuine connections. With that, we constantly seek innovative ways to transition by creating new but similar or better experiences online that would overcome these challenges, and be able to spark the connection regardless of a physical or online engagement. This is why at Maybank, we have engagements such as #DefytoDefine, MFest, M-Dash, and many more. malaysias100.com

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Maxis

Wong Mee Fong Head of Talent Acquisition, Maxis

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hy does the M100 matter to your organisation?

At Maxis, we believe that there is a need to have a consistent and proactive engagement with fresh graduates. M100 provides us with the right platform to do so, and as it is important to stay connected with young talent in this country. We see the effort of M100 in providing insights about potential employers like Maxis to students to enable young talent to make better-informed decisions early in their careers.

How does your organisation remain relevant as a top-of-mind employer amongst students? How do you communicate your organisation’s EVPs to such a young audience? As a homegrown Malaysian brand, Maxis has been serving Malaysians for over 25 years and we are passionate about bringing together the best of technologies to enable people, businesses and the nation to Always Be Ahead in a changing world.

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Our people have always been our most critical asset towards achieving our ambitions and we are committed to building the next generation of forwardthinking leaders for Malaysia. As such, the basis of our engagement with the young audience is about encouraging them to never stop discovering and developing themselves to continuously evolve with the industry, being always restless and finding new ways to stay ahead. As a digital enabler, we have also been very focused on building new capabilities in a technology-driven world, and as such, we have been providing a complete, digital experience for students as part of their complete engagement journey with us. To ensure our people are future-ready, our scholarship, internship and graduate programmes focus on developing young talents with the right skills and attitude.

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We take great pride in investing in the nation and creating a positive impact for all our stakeholders through our community outreach programmes. These are driven by digital learning for students, helping small businesses grow, digitally empowering women entrepreneurs as well as providing scholarships and capability building programmes for deserving talents in Malaysia.

Speaking in terms of professional development, what can a fresh grad hire expect when they walk into your organisation’s doors? To ensure our people are future-ready, all our programmes for new hires focus on developing young talent with the right skills and attitude, and this is driven by an unlimited learning experience. We have an amazing platform offered by Maxis Academy for new hires to grow not only in their chosen job functions, but also in the areas of soft skills, emerging technologies, and key business knowledge. Every employee is equipped with toolkits and interactive workshops to help them live and work together. We also have a strong innovation culture of what we call Maxis Way 2.0, which is represented by three pillars – ‘I am Maxis’, ‘Customer First’ and ‘What’s Possible’ – where we encourage all our employees to always be restless in finding new ways to innovate, which form the basis for everything we do, including the products and services for our customers.

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What is your main challenge as a graduate recruiter in our pandemic times? How do you strive to overcome it? We have been leveraging technology for several years now, as part of our interview and onboarding process. Hence, we have been very much agile in our approach and experienced minimum disruption even during this pandemic. Specifically, during these times, our focus has been on educating candidates and interviewers to adapt to the new norm in the recruitment journey. Interestingly, we observed a trend of an extremely high volume of job applications in every open role, especially since the beginning of 2021. What we are doing differently is ensuring that we rely on the digital platform in engaging, managing the huge volume of applications and shortlisting the right talent in a timely manner. While this is not considered the main challenge, it is about how we are being increasingly agile in adapting to the current needs.

What are your organisation’s ambitions for the M100 in 2021 and beyond? In line with our company’s vision to connect every household and business in the nation through our digital solutions and connectivity, we also aim to engage with young talent at every available touchpoint and continue sharing with them our business and people stories. We are among the preferred top employers for our young talent, especially in their early careers, and will continue to strengthen our position in the talent market.

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PwC Malaysia

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Vinesh Naidu Human Capital Leader, PwC Malaysia

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hy does the M100 matter to your organisation?

The M100 survey remains important to us as it helps us understand the current hiring trends in the graduate recruitment market. From the survey results, we are able to identify graduates’ needs and wants in their first careers. This helps us to better strategise our recruitment and continue working towards being an employer of choice for leaders of tomorrow.

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How does your organisation remain relevant as a top-of-mind employer amongst students? How do you communicate your organisation’s EVPs to such a young audience? Despite the ongoing pandemic, we continue to actively engage and work with students and young graduates virtually to understand their concerns and priorities. For example, undergraduates today tell us that

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they are eager to upskill themselves and hope to receive training that prepares them for the workforce, so Kampus Digital was introduced to help them advance their excel skills, PowerPoint skills, and digital literacy. Kampus Digital encompasses a series of self-learn modules and coaching sessions by our volunteers to ensure a better understanding of the learning materials. Some of our graduate programmes are also aimed at providing them with a meaningful experience in PwC, so that they become our brand ambassadors and advocate our Employee Value Proposition to future graduates.

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What is your main challenge as a graduate recruiter in our pandemic times? How do you strive to overcome it? The challenge to keep our engagement efforts up with everdiscerning graduates remains, although the setting has shifted from physical to virtual. With engagement events and career fairs now taking place virtually, students today have access to even more career opportunities than ever before. Moreover, we keep ourselves updated with the current trends to remain competitive among graduate employers. We also proactively engage them even before they are about to graduate so that they have us at the top of their minds when considering their future career pathways.

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Speaking in terms of professional development, what can a fresh grad hire expect when they walk into your organisation’s doors? At PwC Malaysia, our professional development falls under the big umbrella of the My Growth Journey programme. Under My Growth Journey, we offer: • PwC Professional: A development framework that outlines the capabilities needed by our people to flourish, learn and develop together as leaders at every level • Growth conversations: All employees are assigned a career coach upon joining us to guide and support their career development. Regular growth conversations are carried out to discuss their well-being, goals and aspirations • Real-time development: We believe that feedback should be given at the moment rather than at the end of the performance year, which is why we have continuous feedback and Take 5 (a real-time, verbal and informal way of checking in or discussing feedback) so that both the execution of work and learning can happen concurrently • Learning resources: Our people have access to a vast amount of learning resources, including Vantage, a mobile learning app with personalised guidance that allows learning on the go, and the Digital Fitness app, a learning solution designed to help improve digital awareness, knowledge and capability • Career Roundtable: The Career Roundtable is our annual performance review where coaches and leaders will discuss the development, progression and performance impact of our people in a holistic manner encompassing the impact and effort of our people to achieve their personal and career goals.

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We’d like to be recognised as a firm that continues to focus on developing our people to be agile and to remain relevant in the digital future. With that in mind, we will continue to strive hard to maintain our M100 ranking as one of the leading professional services firms in Malaysia.

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Top Glove Sdn Bhd

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By participating in M100, Top Glove will have the opportunity to advertise and brand ourselves to the public and tertiary education students. M100 career fairs and magazines are outstanding platforms for us to present ourselves to fellow Malaysians. Not only that, many undergraduates, fresh graduates, and even working adults view M100 as a standard for a quality organisation.

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As for our employees at Top Glove, they understand that the organisation truly values them and that their contributions to the success of the team and the firm are recognised. This is especially important as an organisation that rapidly expands and evolves. It helps employees feel secure of their worth in the organisation, which motivates them to continue doing an excellent job.

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How does your organisation remain relevant as a top-of-mind employer amongst students? How do you communicate your organisation’s EVPs to such a young audience? Top Glove regularly organised talent engagement programmes with various universities. Be it career fairs, career talks, seminars, webinars or industrial tours, students can actively engage, interact with us and get all their questions answered.

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Cultural night by Top Glove before the pandemic Participation in awards and accreditation also helps us to stay relevant to students. Not forgetting the fact that Top Glove has been doubling down on employer branding initiatives to improve brand recognition amongst the students. We simplify Top Glove's EVP into bite-sized information that students can digest and understand. Our corporate values, business ethics and corporate culture are all made to be easy to understand and recall.

Speaking in terms of professional development, what can a fresh grad hire expect when they walk into your organisation’s doors? In Top Glove, formal training programmes are offered, which means there are plenty of opportunities to learn and flourish. This is exceptionally beneficial for fresh graduates as they can join classes and training to further improve themselves even after their studies. Due to the diversity of the roles available in our company, youths will be able to make lateral moves or aim for different positions. These made up for a wider prospect for internal career advancement. The easy-access education is also available at one's fingertips, from virtual workshops to e-learning. The best part about this training is that you have complete control over it. To support our corporate Vision and Mission, Top Glove also provides professional progression possibilities for our workers and encourages innovation and entrepreneurial ideas. We are committed to ensuring that all individuals are treated equally in terms of employment and professional advancement, with all merits, talents, and abilities taken into account.

What is your main challenge as a graduate recruiter in our pandemic times? How do you strive to overcome it? The main challenge that we faced is that we cannot organise any physical talent engagement activities such as physical career fairs, open days, student tours, career talks, etc. Henceforward, we evolved with digitalisation by conducting career fairs, student tours and career talks virtually. Despite facing the pandemic, we are able to grow and prosper through the challenges.

What are your organisation’s ambitions for the M100 in 2021 and beyond? We are driven to pursue to be in the top 10 of M100 Awards under the categories that we have participated in. Subsequently, we also strive to continuously improve ourselves to become a better organisation.

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A-Z OF RECRUITERS Discover more about top employers and the most recent opportunities they have to offer students and graduates! Alliance Bank Malaysia Berhad .................................... 99 Bank Islam Malaysia Berhad .......................................101 BDO.............................................................................. 103 Capgemini Services Malaysia Sdn Bhd....................... 105 ExxonMobil Malaysia .................................................. 107 EY ................................................................................ 109 Golden Screen Cinemas Sdn Bhd ................................ 111 Great Eastern Life Assurance (Malaysia) Berhad ......113 ICAEW Malaysia ...........................................................115 KPMG in Malaysia ........................................................117 Malayan Banking Berhad (Maybank) .........................119 Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) ................................121 Management and Science University (MSU) ...............123 Maxis ............................................................................125 Nestlé Malaysia ...........................................................127 PwC ............................................................................. 129 Samsung Malaysia Electronics (SME) Sdn Bhd ..........131 Top Glove Sdn Bhd .......................................................133


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Alliance Bank Malaysia Berhad Group Talent Acquisition Level 20, Menara Multi-Purpose, Capital Square, 8 Jalan Munshi Abdullah, 50100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Tel: +603-2604 1230 Web: https://www.alliancebank.com.my/ career-centre E-mail:careers@alliancefg.com Type of business Banking Number of employees 1000 - 10,000 Location

Alliance Bank Malaysia Berhad and its subsidiaries, Alliance Investment Bank Berhad and Alliance Islamic Bank Berhad, is a dynamic, integrated financial services group offering banking and financial solutions through its consumer banking, SME banking, corporate and commercial banking, Islamic banking, investment banking, and stockbroking businesses. The Bank provides easy access to its broad base of customers throughout the country via multi-pronged delivery channels which include retail branches, Privilege Banking Centres, Business Centres, and Investment Bank branches, as well as mobile and Internet banking.

Jobs in these areas Sales Credit Finance Compliance

Core skills required Ability to work under pressure Attention to detail Communication skills Initiative Motivation Organisational skills Problem solving skills Teamwork skills

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How do we select? Our application process has 3 stages: 1. Completion and submission of online application. 2. First round of interview with HR and business managers at the branch office or virtually. 3. Second round of interview with manager if required.

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Number of expected graduate vacancies in 2021 Approximately 40 vacancies

Minimum degree classification required 2nd class upper and above

Degree discipline or/and requirements All disciplines

Internship programme Yes

Requirements for interns Ability to work independently and in a team Possess oral and written communication skills, able to communicate with all levels of management Possess good interpersonal and proactive skills Familiar with Microsoft Office applications

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As a Management Trainee, you will enjoy: Ü a 12-month career development programme. Ü job rotation across all divisions in the bank. Ü networking opportunities with banking professionals. Ü coaching and mentoring from the bank's diverse pool of leaders.

We are looking for strong candidates with the following: A Bachelor’s Degree with CGPA 3.0 and above / Master's Degree. Ü Less than 2 years of working experience. Ü Agile, creative and passionate about succeeding in a rewarding industry.

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Apply now! Scan the QR code or email your CV / resume to abmt@alliancefg.com with the subject title “Application for Management Trainee Programme".

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www.bankislam.com Established in 1983, Bank Islam was the nation’s first Islamic Bank. To date, the Bank has a network of 144 branches and more than 900 self-service terminals nationwide. To meet the public’s diverse financial needs, Bank Islam offers more than 70 Shariah-based banking products and services which cater to Muslims and non-Muslims. Bank Islam provides banking and financial solutions that adhere to the Shariah rules and principles, focusing on balancing meeting individual and social needs and implementing economic activities that promote justice and responsibility to society and the planet. Our pioneering endeavour has made us the source of Shariah guidance for several foreign banking and financial institutions. We are bringing the Malaysian brand of Islamic finance to the regional and global markets. We have been providing advisory and consultation services that lead to many Islamic banks beyond the shore of Malaysia. Guided by our mission ‘TO PROVIDE SOLUTIONS THAT DELIVER VALUE’, we provide diversified Shariah-compliant solutions that best meet our customers’ financial needs. Our vision as ‘THE BANK THAT ADVANCES PROSPERITY FOR ALL’ ensures our solutions and business activities are designed for the wellbeing of all, especially the marginalised and underprivileged communities, while safeguarding the earth. Embracing the Value-Based Intermediation (VBI) principles as advocated by Bank Negara Malaysia as our core, we aim to achieve our mission and vision in a sustainable manner that brings long-term values. Through greater product innovations and financial inclusion offerings and progressive platforms, and excellent service, we are building trust and lasting relationships with our stakeholders. With the emphasis on providing the best solution and services to various customer segments, we are recognised by the industry, as reflected by the awards and accolades received below: • Won Al-Mansor Excellence in Islamic Financial Services Award at the Islamic Excellence Awards 1441H/2020 • The Strongest Islamic Retail Bank in Malaysia 2020 at the 6th Islamic Retail Banking Awards by Cambridge IFA • Malaysian e-Payments Excellence Awards (MEEA) for Best FPX Bank

• Joseph Ng (Bank Islam Malaysia Berhad) Best local currency bond individuals in research, sales and trading for 2020 by The Asset Being part of Bank Islam will give you great opportunities to work with thought leaders and learn from some of the best talents of the Islamic finance industry. The Bank offers a lifelong and multi-faceted learning approach beyond the norm to fulfil your career aspiration. At the same time, our integrated approach to work and life balance allows employees to grow professionally and spiritually, as we adopt the practice of giving back to society as part of our vision and mission. As a member of the organisation, you will be held together with a set of universally accepted balanced values on professionalism, integrity and mutual respect. All the elements above describe our value proposition in making Bank Islam a great place to be. We continue to focus on creating a sustainable and diverse talent pool and groom a responsive and productive team that can capitalise on rapid change by optimising readily available opportunities and creating one.

Talent Sourcing 20th Floor, Menara Bank Islam No. 22, Jalan Perak 50450 Kuala Lumpur Tel: +603-2726 0000 Fax: +603-2088 8325 Web: www.bankislam.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/BankIslamFB/ Instagram: www.instagram.com/gobeyondatbankislam/ E-mail:careers@bankislam.com.my Type of business Banking & Finance Number of employees 1,000 - 10,000 Locations Nationwide Malaysia Number of expected graduate vacancies in 2021 On-going (As per current business requirement)

Jobs in these areas Young Leaders Programme Sales and Marketing Branch Operations Contact Centre Information Technology Shariah SME Banking Digital Banking

Core skills required Have the right-fit job competencies to the offered role and the personality and attitude that aligns with Bank Islam’s TAAT values which are Think Customer, Act with Integrity, Advance Beyond and Take Charge

How do we select? Our application process has 3 stages: 1. Please submit your application via our career page: https://careers.bankislam.com.my 2. First-round interview with hiring managers on our virtual platform or at our offices. 3. Relevant assessments if applicable

Minimum degree classification required Minimum CGPA 2.80

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www.bdo.my At BDO, we understand that exceptional service to our clients begins and ends with exceptional regard for our people. With more than 50 years of history, BDO in Malaysia is one of the five largest professional firms providing Audit & Assurance, Advisory, Tax and Business Services & Outsourcing (BSO); and plays a key role in the operations of BDO offices in Brunei, Cambodia, Lao PDR, Myanmar and Vietnam. Internationally, BDO operates in 167 countries, and employs over 91,000 people in around 1,658 offices. BDO is founded on the culture that people and hence, relationships matter. At BDO, we focus on building meaningful lasting relationships with everyone we work with – our clients, our colleagues and the community. At its core, BDO is driven towards helping people achieve their dreams because our business is powered by people and relationships. We seek to develop our people and empower them to take responsibility as well as ownership for delivering high quality services to our clients. To get you there, we provide you the platform for career development and the opportunity to get on the fast track. How are we able to do this? Well, we walk the talk and a few of the key support tracks provided include: • Personal development through technical and business-based skill structured training & workshops • Exposure via real projects including opportunity for overseas/ regional secondments • Stimulating environment with opportunities for cross-functional and cross-border work • Expert support & training for pursuing an international Professional Qualification (if you don’t already have one before you join us). BDO Malaysia has been awarded the: • ACCA Approved Employer for Trainee Development – Platinum Level • Authorised Training Employer for the ICAEW ACA Programme • Authorised Training Organisation for MICPACAANZ • Recognised Employer Partner for CPA Australia

BDO We offer an environment rich in professional opportunities, personal fulfilment and long-term career progression to help you shape your career. For career opportunities in BDO, please visit www.bdo.my/careers Your Career, Our Journey!

Jobs in these areas Audit Tax Advisory Business Services & Outsourcing

Core skills required Ability to work under pressure Attention to detail Commercial awareness Communication skills Creativity Initiative Leadership potential Motivation Organisational skills Problem solving skills Teamwork skills

Type of business Professional Services (Chartered Accountants) Number of employees 100 - 1,000 Locations Malaysia: Kuala Lumpur, Penang, Johor Bahru Number of expected graduate vacancies in 2021 130

How do we select? Our application process has 3 stages: 1. Submission of job application via email to jobs@bdo.my or apply online via: www.bdo.my/careers 2. Written assessment 3. Virtual interview with Hiring Manager

Minimum degree classification required Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) 3.2, 2nd Class Upper, WAM 70%, or equivalent

Degree discipline or/and requirements Accounting Finance Economics Law

Closing date for job applications Applications open all year round

"Because Relationships Matter"

Internship programme Yes

Requirements for interns Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) 3.2, 2nd Class Upper, WAM 70%, or equivalent Minimum internship duration is 3 months

Application deadline for internships 3 months before the internship period

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Capgemini Services Malaysia Sdn Bhd

https://www.capgemini.com Capgemini is a global leader in consulting, digital transformation, technology and engineering services. The group operates in nearly 50 countries worldwide and is headquartered in Paris. With over 270,000 team members worldwide and partnerships with a broad spectrum of technology vendors, Capgemini is trusted by its clients to address the entire breadth of their business needs, from strategy and design to operations, fuelled by the fast evolving and innovative world of cloud, data, AI, connectivity, software, digital engineering and platforms. The very heart of the Group’s purpose is to build an inclusive and sustainable future for all, enabled by technology, drawing on the energy of its talents and also the talents of its customers and partners. Each year, Capgemini is recognised as a global leader and IT innovator by industry partners. In 2020, Capgemini scoops Frost and Sullivan’s “2019 Global Company of the Year” award. The group is also named leader in multiple IDC MarketScape Assessments and Gartner’s Magic Quadrant 2020 in various lines of services. When you join Capgemini, you join a thriving company and become part of a diverse global collective of free-thinkers, entrepreneurs and industry experts who are all driven to use technology to reimagine what’s possible. Capgemini’s Seven Values (Honesty, Boldness, Trust, Freedom, Fun, Modesty, Team Spirit) lie at the heart of everything we do as a group, as individuals, and in the way we do business. This is how we shape great careers and give innovation that human touch the world needs. Get the future you want at Capgemini.

Jobs in these areas Various technical and non-technical roles offerings across areas such as Digital Customer Experience, Customer Relationship Management, Cloud & Analytics, and People & Change.

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Core skills required Communication skills Creativity Initiative Motivation Organisational skills Problem solving skills Teamwork skills Ability to work under pressure Attention to detail

How do we select? Our application process has 4 stages: 1. Completion and submission of online application form 2. Group case interview with a panel of managers at the office/virtually 3. A HR interview with the Talent Acquisition Team 4. A final interview with the Director

Nur Amirah Marsyella Bt Muzir 15, Gtower, 199, Jln Tun Razak, Kuala Lumpur, 50450 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur Tel: +603-2603 5550 Web: https://www.capgemini.com E-mail: nur-amirah-marsyella.muzir@ capgemini.com Type of business Consulting IT and Technology Number of employees >270,000 (worldwide) Locations Malaysia: Kuala Lumpur Other SEA Regions: Singapore, Hong Kong, Philippines, Taiwan Number of expected graduate vacancies in 2021 20

Minimum degree classification required CGPA 3.0 and above

Degree discipline or/and requirements Must hold a university degree in computer science/information systems and technology with 0-2 years of work experience, a valid authorisation to live and work in Malaysia and a demonstrable understanding and passion for technology.

Closing date for job applications 30 October 2021

"Unleashing human energy through technology for an inclusive and sustainable future"

Internship programme Yes

Requirements for interns It’s simple: we want the best and the brightest. People who are passionate about technology. People who are excited by the prospect of making a real impact even at an early stage. If that’s you, read on.

Application deadline for internships Open all year round

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ExxonMobil Malaysia Recruitment Manager Menara ExxonMobil, Kuala Lumpur City Centre, 50088 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Tel: +603-4815 2000 Web: jobs.exxonmobil.com Type of business Oil and Gas, Petrochemical Number of employees 1,000 - 10,000 Locations Kuala Lumpur and Terengganu

ExxonMobil is one of the largest publicly traded international oil and gas companies, and an industry leader in the petrochemical business. We operate facilities and market products in most countries and explore for oil and natural gas in virtually every region in the world. In Malaysia, we are involved in significant oil and gas production operations and the marketing of chemical products. We also host a global business and technology center that provides high-level engineering and information technology expertise to ExxonMobil’s upstream, downstream and chemical businesses worldwide.

Jobs in these areas Engineer (Kuala Lumpur Technology Center) Information Technology (I.T) Data Scientist Professional Apprenticeship & Learning Program (PINNACLE) Internship

Core skills required

Number of expected graduate vacancies in 2021/2022 100

Communication skills Creativity Problem solving Teamwork

How do we select? Read it here: https://corporate.exxonmobil.com/Company/ Careers/Our-hiring-process

Degree discipline or/and requirements Bachelor’s, Master’s and PhD

Internship programme Yes

Requirements for interns Undergraduates (in any field) in a recognised institution of higher learning, with good academic achievements

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Delivering real results to address the risks of climate change With a longstanding commitment to investments in technology and the ingenuity of our people, ExxonMobil is well positioned to continue to provide the energy that is essential to improving lives around the world, while managing the risks of climate change.

Preparing for a lowercarbon energy future and supporting the goals of the 2015 Paris Agreement.

Driving advancements in technology and research to prepare the world for a lower-carbon energy future.

Exceeded 2020 emission reduction goals

15%

reduction in methane emissions*

25%

reduction in flaring*

*Compared to 2016 levels.

What we’ve done SINCE 2000

>$10B

invested to research, develop and deploy lower-emission energy solutions

~520M tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions eliminated or avoided from operations

R&D INVESTMENT Our sustained investment in R&D plays an important role in positioning ExxonMobil to develop breakthrough solutions in areas such as carbon capture, biofuels, hydrogen, and energy-efficient process technology. Investments primarily focused on reducing emissions from the three sectors that emit 80% of all energy-related greenhouse gas emissions: power generation, industrial, and commercial transportation.

Invested in technology that could capture more than 90% of CO2 and prove up to six times more effective than conventional technology.

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Removing 110 M passenger vehicles off the road for a year

Partnered with governments, academia, and industry to research and commercialize biofuels, direct air capture, and lower the cost of carbon capture and storage to help support society’s ambition of net-zero emissions by 2050.

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https://www.ey.com/en_my/careers EY is a global leader in assurance, consulting, strategy and transactions, and tax. The insights and quality services we deliver help build trust and confidence in the capital markets and in economies the world over. We develop outstanding leaders who team to deliver on our promises to all of our stakeholders. In so doing, we play a critical role in building a better working world for our people, for our clients and for our communities. In Malaysia, we are one of the largest professional services organisations with more than 3,900 professionals in 12 offices throughout the country. The work we do helps our broad range of clients grow, solve complex challenges and thrive. Every question we ask, every solution we recommend is the drop that starts the ripple and makes a difference to our ambition to help businesses work better — for when businesses work better, the world works better. “Better” defines the way we work and starts with asking questions like, “what if?”. The biggest breakthroughs in the world happen by asking these two small but powerful words. With the world in the midst of a Transformative Age, we need to respond to rapidly changing circumstances. And that’s what we’re all about at EY.

How do we select? Completion and submission of online application at EY career website link: https:// www.ey.com/en_my/careers

EY Careers website Web: https://www.ey.com/en_my/careers (All applications should be made via our website) Type of business Professional Services Number of employees

Minimum degree classification required 2nd Class Upper and above

Degree discipline or/and requirements Accounting, Actuarial Science, Business, Commerce, Computer Science, Cyber Security, Economics, Econometrics, Engineering, Finance, Financial Engineering, Human Resource Management, Information Systems, Information Technology, Law, Mathematics, Statistics, and other related disciplines

1,000 - 10,000 Locations Kuala Lumpur, Penang, Ipoh, Malacca, Iskandar Puteri, Kuantan, Kuala Terengganu, Kuching, Kota Kinabalu, Sandakan, Tawau and Labuan

Closing date for job applications Applications are accepted all year round

Internship programme Yes

Requirements for interns 2nd Class Upper and above Active in extra-curricular activities

Application deadline for internships Applications are accepted all year round

Jobs in these areas Assurance Consulting Strategy and Transactions Tax

Core skills required A team player with strong communication and interpersonal skills Proactive, dedicated, innovative, resourceful, analytical and able to work under pressure Good command of spoken and written English Good analytical, report-writing and presentation skills Strong drive to excel professionally Strong leadership qualities and a good record of extra-curricular activities

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https://www.gsc.com.my/ Golden Screen Cinemas Sdn Bhd (GSC) is an entertainment company based in Malaysia, established since 1987. A cinema exhibitor, GSC has the largest market share nationwide and the latest in cinema technologies and experiences. From 4DX to ScreenX, to the luxurious Aurum theatre, F&B and merchandising, GSC provides customers a diverse, integrated 360-degree ecosystem of offerings that go beyond the movies. Recognised as a Putra Brand Icon in 2017, GSC is a regular Putra Brand Awards winner with two Platinum Awards in its belt amongst other Gold awards. In 2021, Ms. Koh Mei Lee, the CEO of GSC was also conferred the prestigious French Honour of Knight (Chevalier) award for her contributions in promoting French arts through movies and film festivals for almost two decades – another feather in the cap for the company. GSC promotes a healthy workplace with a continuous learning culture. Employee engagement and creativity is highly valued and encouraged through monthly activities that keep teams engaged, even virtually during the pandemic. Our employees’ well-being and mental health is also a priority, as well as their improvement, which is driven through various in-house training initiatives, assessments, and programmes that help identify employee developmental needs and enhance their job performance. External trainings are also provided where necessary, so we can drive employees be the best they endeavour to be.

Jobs in these areas Management Trainee Sales Finance Marketing Accountancy Public Relations Business Management Business Studies Human Resources Management IT

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Core skills required Ability to work under pressure Attention to detail Commercial awareness Communication skills Creativity Initiative Leadership potential Motivation Organisational skills Problem solving skills Teamwork skills

How do we select? Our application process has 5 stages: 1. Phone screening 2. Completion and submission of documents required 3. First interview with hiring manager 4. Second interview (if any) 5. Pass pre-employment screenings

Cynthia Wong Executive, Human Resources 1, Jalan SS22/19, Damansara Jaya, 47400, Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia Tel: 03-7806 8815 Web: https://www.gsc.com.my/ E-mail: hr@gsc.com.my Type of business Entertainment Number of employees 100 - 1,000 Locations Multiple working locations within Malaysia Number of expected graduate vacancies in 2021 50

Minimum degree classification required Not applicable. GSC emphasises on candidates’ potential in the right position.

Degree discipline or/and requirements Diploma/Bachelor’s degree or equivalent

Closing date for job applications December 2021

Internship programme Yes

Requirements for interns Diploma/Bachelor’s degree or equivalent Proficient computer skills, including Microsoft Office Suite (Word, PowerPoint, and Excel) Must be 18 years of age Excellent written and verbal communication skills

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https://www.greateasternlife.com/my 113 Years of Financial Excellence As the largest and most established life insurer in the country, Great Eastern Life has served and protected millions of Malaysian families throughout their lives with its comprehensive policies since its establishment in 1908. A wholly-owned subsidiary of Great Eastern Holdings Limited, we have RM8.3 billion in assets, over 3 million policies in force, 21 operational branches, and a network of 19,000 agents nationwide. In addition to life insurance, as a member of the OCBC Group, Great Eastern Life works closely with its parent company in Bancassurance partnerships, and offers general and Takaful insurances through its General and Takaful arm. With our pooled resources and collaborative efforts, we offer a variety of options and versatility in our business operations, as well as our hiring practices, allowing inter-company career mobility opportunities across the Group regionally for our employees.

We are the LIFE company As a LIFE company, we are committed to providing an inclusive, progressive and flexible working environment that fosters a culture of collaboration, creativity and excellence. Our Flexible Working Arrangements (FWA) include flexi-hours, flexi-dress code, as well as work from home (WFH), enabling our people to integrate their work and personal life in a meaningful manner so that they can enjoy both a great life and a great career. We are also committed to attracting, retaining, and rewarding exceptional talents with our rewards and benefits programme. Our rewards are competitive with the external job market, and we provide comprehensive insurance coverage, outpatient and inpatient medical benefits, retirement gratuities, optical and dental, and so much more!

Jobs in these areas Actuarial Agency Development Bancassurance Claims Customer Service & Call Centre Finance Group Insurance Healthcare Services

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Human Capital Information Technology Marketing & Customer Management New Business Digital Transformation Digital Affinity Risk Management Compliance

Core skills required Ability to work under pressure Attention to detail Communication skills Creativity Initiative Leadership potential Motivation Organisational skills Problem solving skills Teamwork skills

How do we select? Our application process has 3 stages: 1. Completion and submission of application form 2. Invitation for face-to-face interview 3. Invitation for second interview/ assessment as required

Great Eastern Life Assurance (Malaysia) Berhad Eileen Lim Ai Lin Human Capital Level 19, Menara Great Eastern, 303 Jalan Ampang, 50450 Kuala Lumpur Tel: +603-4813 3221 Fax: +603-4813 3299 Web: https://www.greateasternlife.com/my E-mail: hr-my@greateasternlife.com Type of business Insurance Number of employees 1,000 - 10,000 Locations Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia Number of expected graduate vacancies in 2021 50

Minimum degree classification required CGPA 3.0 or 2nd Class (Upper)

Degree discipline or/and requirements All disciplines

Closing date for job applications On-going

Internship programme Yes

Requirements for interns Malaysian citizen 2nd year and above Minimum CGPA of 3.00 or 2nd Class (Lower) Minimum attachment period of 10 weeks

"Discover the GREAT in your career!"

Application deadline for internships On-going

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ICAEW Malaysia

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Lim Ming Hsiang Senior Manager, Marketing & Student Recruitment ICAEW Malaysia Limited Level 2, Chulan Tower, Jalan Conlay, 50450 Kuala Lumpur Tel: +603-2171 6022 Web: https://icaew.ca-sea.asia/ E-mail: malaysia@icaew.com Type of business Membership body, Consultancy, and education (professional qualification) Number of employees 100 - 1,000

There are more than 1.8m chartered accountants and students around the world and 186,500 of them are members and students of ICAEW. They are talented, ethical and committed professionals, which is why all of the top 100 Global Brands employ chartered accountants.* ICAEW promotes inclusivity, diversity and fairness. We attract talented individuals into the profession and give them the skills and values they need to build resilient businesses, economies and societies, while ensuring our planet’s resources are managed sustainably. Founded in 1880, we have a long history of serving the public interest and we continue to work with governments, regulators and business leaders around the world. And, as an improvement regulator, we supervise and monitor over 12,000 firms, holding them, and all ICAEW members and students, to the highest standards of professional competence and conduct. ICAEW is proud to be part of Chartered Accountants Worldwide, a global network of 750,000 members across 190 countries, which promotes the expertise and skills of chartered accountants on a global basis. We believe that chartered accountancy can be a force for positive change. By sharing our insight, expertise and understanding we can help to create strong economies and a sustainable future for all.

Jobs in these areas Employment is via our Authorised Training Employers (ATEs)

Core skills required People skills Teamwork Decision-making Problem-solving Professionalism and ethics IT skills Commercial Awareness

How do we select? Criteria depends on ICAEW’s Authorised Training Employers (ATEs)

Minimum degree classification required Criteria depends on ICAEW’s Authorised Training Employers (ATEs)

Number of expected graduate vacancies in 2021 Depending on our Authorised Training Employers (ATEs)

"When Chartered Accountants Save The World"

Degree discipline or/and requirements Any degree background is accepted

Internship programme Depending on ICAEW’s Authorised Training Employers (ATEs)

Requirements for interns Criteria depends on ICAEW’s Authorised Training Employers (ATEs)

*CAW, 2020 – Interbrand, Best Global Brands 2019

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www.kpmg.com/my/careers The history of KPMG in Malaysia can be traced back to 1928, and the firm has grown to be a part of the global success of KPMG's international network of member firms. With a nationwide team comprising over 2,300 staff in 8 offices across Malaysia, we work shoulder-to-shoulder with our clients to integrate innovative approaches and deep expertise to deliver real results. We provide professional services in Audit, Tax and Advisory across a wide range of industries, government and non-profit sectors. Our focus on industry and country-specific knowledge helps us deliver deep industry expertise with our exceptional people as well as intimate knowledge of our client’s specific business issues for an overriding commitment towards service excellence. Beyond our clients, we contribute in voluntary and honorary capacities to improve the communities in which we live and operate. We value diversity and inclusion, fostering a positive and encouraging culture. As a result, we attract passionate individuals who share a common purpose to ‘Inspire Confidence and Empower Change’ for our clients and the communities in which we live and work.

KPMG Awards: • Graduates’ Choice Award 2021: Ranked No. 9 – Graduates’ Top 25 Preferred Employer, Champion – Accounting & Professional Services, Top 2 – Consulting • Ranked at No.4 among Malaysia’s Leading Graduate Employers 2020 • Graduates’ Choice Award 2020: Champion – Consulting, Top 3 – Accounting & Professional Services • Ranked at No.7 among Malaysia’s Leading Graduate Employers 2019 • Graduates’ Choice Award 2019: Top 3 – Consulting, Top 3 – Accounting & Professional Services • Malaysia’s 100 Leading Graduate Employers 2018 – KPMG Malaysia ranked Top 10 Overall Leading Graduate Employers • Best Company to work for in Asia 2018

Jobs in these areas Accountancy, Actuarial Science, Banking, Business Studies, Commerce, Computer & Information Sciences, Corporate Communications, Cyber Security, Economics, Engineering, Finance, Human Resource Management, Information Systems, Information Technology, Investment Analysis , Law, Psychology,

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Core skills required Ability to work under pressure Attention to detail Commercial awareness Communication skills Creativity Initiative Leadership potential Motivation Organisational skills Problem solving skills Teamwork skills

How do we select? Our application process: 1. Completion of online application and assessment 2. Phone screening interview with recruiterin-charge for shortlisted candidates 3. Face-to-face interview 4. KPMG Offer

Minimum degree classification required CGPA 3.2; 2nd Class (Upper Division); WAM 70% and above 5As (Math, BM & English included) and above in SPM Active in extracurricular activities with good leadership positions Good command of spoken & written English; Band 4 in MUET or 7/9 in IELTS

KPMG IN MALAYSIA Talent Management & Culture – People, Performance & Culture KPMG Tower, 8, First Avenue, Bandar Utama, 47800 Petaling Jaya, Selangor Tel: +603-7721 3388 Fax: +603-7721 3399 Web: www.kpmg.com/my/careers E-mail: talent@kpmg.com.my Type of business Professional Services – Audit, Tax, Advisory & Business Support Number of employees 1,000 - 10,000 Locations Offices all across Malaysia: Petaling Jaya, Penang, Ipoh, Johor Bahru, Kuching, Miri, Labuan, Kota Kinabalu Number of expected graduate vacancies in 2021 400

Degree discipline or/and requirements Bachelor’s, Master’s or any professional qualification

Closing date for job applications Applications are accepted all year round

Internship programme Yes (Internship programmes and Apprenticeship in Data & Analytics Programme)

Requirements for interns Minimum internship period of 12 weeks and above CGPA 3.2; 2nd Class (Upper Division); WAM 70% and above 5As (Math, BM & English included) and above in SPM Active in extracurricular activities with good leadership positions Good command of spoken & written English; Band 4 in MUET or 7/9 in IELTS

Application deadline for internships Applications are accepted all year round

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Malayan Banking Berhad (Maybank)

www.maybank.com Maybank is among Asia's leading banking groups and South East Asia’s fourth largest bank by asset. The Maybank Group has an international network of over 2,600 offices in Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Philippines, Cambodia, Thailand, Vietnam, Myanmar, Brunei, Laos, India, China, UK, USA, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Uzbekistan and Dubai. The Group offers an extensive range of products and services, which includes consumer and corporate banking, investment banking, Islamic banking, stock broking, insurance and takaful and asset management. It has over 42,000 employees worldwide. Maybank has a unique mission of ‘Humanising Financial Services’ and has been an essential part of the regional landscape for over 60 years. Maybank is committed to providing people with easy access to financing at fair terms and pricing; advising customers based on their needs and being at the heart of the communities it serves. A key goal while building its business is to also ensure that it manages to ride the wave of digital transformation. Maybank continues to leverage on innovation to remain a leading player in the digital banking space, in line with its M25 strategic objectives. As a responsible corporate citizen, Maybank is committed to ensuring good environmental, social and governance (ESG) practices. We are aware of the role we can play in creating a sustainable future for all, and in this regard, we regularly assess how we can further embed sustainability considerations into our business operations and investment behaviour, so that we can manage our risks appropriately even as we help facilitate economic and societal growth. The Group intends to mobilise RM50 billion in sustainable financing to improve the lives of one million households across ASEAN, achieve one million hours per year for sustainability activities and deliver one thousand significant UN-SDG related outcomes. The Group has also committed to a carbon neutral position of its emissions by 2030 and to achieving net zero carbon emissions by 2050. Maybank is a top recruiter of talent and views its leadership pool and talent pipeline as key to realising its aspirations. Guided by

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our core values, TIGER (Teamwork, Integrity, Growth, Excellence & Efficiency, Relationship Building), we are an organisation that allows you to grow through various personal and career development programmes as well as leadership acceleration opportunities.

Jobs in these areas All areas related to the banking & financial sector

Core skills required Ability to work under pressure Attention to detail Commercial awareness Communication skills Creativity Initiative Leadership potential Motivation Organisational skills Problem solving skills Teamwork skills

Group Resourcing Centre Level 44, Group Resourcing Centre, Menara Maybank, 100 Jalan Tun Perak, 50050 Kuala Lumpur. Tel: +603-2070 8833 Official website:www.maybank.com Official job portal: www.maybankjobs.com E-mail: maybankjobs@maybank.com Type of business Banking & Financial Services Number of employees > 10,000 Locations Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Philippines, Cambodia, Thailand, Vietnam, Myanmar, Brunei, Laos, India, China, UK, USA, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Uzbekistan and Dubai Number of expected graduate vacancies in 2021 > 2,000

How do we select? General selection process: 1. Completion and submission of application form online 2. Shortlisting and Online Assessment 3. Career Conversation with hiring manager Selection process for the Global Maybank Apprentice Programme (GMAP): 1. Completion and submission of application form online 2. GMAP Virtual Hangout 3. Online Games 4. Digital Challenge 5. Assessment Centre 6. Career Conversation

Internship programme Yes

"Humanising Financial Services"

Requirements for interns Bachelor’s degree or diploma students in any field of study Possess strong analytical and interpersonal skills Forward-thinking, results-driven and willingness to learn

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Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission

www.mcmc.gov.my The Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) is entrusted with the role of promoting and regulating the communications and multimedia industry and to enforce the communications and multimedia laws in Malaysia. MCMC was established on 1 November 1998 pursuant to the provisions of the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission Act 1998 (MCMCA). Our primary role is to implement and promote the Government's national policy objectives for the communications and multimedia sector. MCMC also oversees the new regulatory framework for the converging industries of telecommunications, broadcasting and on-line activities, in accordance with the national policy objectives set out in the Communications and Multimedia Act 1998 (CMA), as well as postal services and digital certifications.

Minimum degree classification required

Jobs in these areas

Open to Malaysian citizens only Full-time enrollment in a degree programme with a mandatory university internship requirement Minimum CGPA 3.0 Internship participation for a minimum duration of three months Submission of the following documents: i. Latest Curriculum Vitae ii. Copy of latest academic results iii. Copy of the Industrial Training/Internship Letter (signed by the university) iv. MUET result

Statistics Information Technology Digital Forensic Accounting & Finance Market Regulations Strategic Communications Postal & Courier Human Resource Project Management

Core skills required Attention to detail Communication skills Creativity Initiative Leadership potential Motivation Organisational skills Problem solving skills Teamwork skills

Minimum CGPA of 3.0

Degree discipline or/and requirements Engineering (Telecommunications/ Electrical/Electronic) Statistics/Mathematics Information Technology or Computer Science Accounting & Finance Business Administration Economics Mass Communication Law/Legal Studies

Closing date for job applications

Type of business Telecommunications Number of employees

Applicants are welcome to submit their CV throughout the year

100 - 1000

Internship programme

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Requirements for interns

Application deadline for internships Applicants are welcome to submit their CV throughout the year

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How do we select? Our application process has 3 stages: 1.Completion and submission of application form 2.Virtual interview with senior personnel 3.Online assessment Successful candidates will be offered the position.

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Head, Talent Management Department MCMC HQ Tower 1, Jalan Impact, Cyber 6, 63000 Cyberjaya, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia Tel: +603-8688 8000 Fax: +603-8688 1000 Web: www.mcmc.gov.my E-mail: talent.management@mcmc.gov.my

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HQ in Cyberjaya State offices throughout Malaysia

"Move forward. Create the future. Be part of our team that leads the communications and multimedia industry in Malaysia."


MOVE FORWARD. CREATE THE FUTURE. CAREERS @ MCMC Be part of our team that leads the communications and multimedia industry in Malaysia. We are constantly on the lookout for experienced and qualified professionals to join our growing team. If you are talented, enthusiastic and energetic and want to chart the growth of the communications and multimedia industry, we want to hear from you. We A value ideas and originality, and believe in encouraging talented individuals to chart a sustainable career growth with us! At the Malaysia Communications and Multimedia Commission, we offer a conducive professional environment for development and growth.

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Management and Science University

www.msu.edu.my The name of Management and Science University (MSU) has become synonymous with quality education that is both transformative and enriching. Making an impact in Malaysia, Asia, as well as globally, MSU focus on developing and delivering quality human capital in criticalneed areas; among these are Medicine, Health Sciences, Pharmacy, Information Sciences, and Engineering, besides Business Management & Professional Studies, Education & Social Sciences, Hospitality & Culinary, and Music & Fashion. Accredited by the Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA), the UK-based Accreditation Services for International Colleges (ASIC), the Netherlands-based Accreditation Council for Engaged and Entrepreneurial Universities (ACEEU), and the Japan-based Alliance on Business Education and Scholarship for Tomorrow (ABEST21), MSU has also been rated by the Ministry of Higher Education Malaysia (MoHE) and ranked by both Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) and Times Higher Education (THE). Rated Tier-5 for Excellent University on MoHE’s SETARA, MSU ranks at #1 in Malaysia for graduate employability, with 98.7% of its graduates securing employment within six months of convocation. MSU has also been awarded Platinum 5 Crowns by the UK’s Accreditation Service for International Schools, Colleges and Universities (ASIC); and QS-rated 5-Stars on the metrics of Overall as well as individually across Teaching, Graduate Employability, Academic Development, Internationalisation, Online Learning, Social Responsibility, Inclusiveness, and Hospitality and Leisure Management. Winner in the Private University category of the Malaysia Entrepreneurship Award by the MoHE, MSU is ACEEU’s first in Asia to be recognised as an Entrepreneurial and Engaged University, and its Founder the inaugural recipient of the ACEEU Lifetime Achievement in Entrepreneurship Award. Awarded Platinum 5 Crowns by ASIC; MSU is an ASIC Recognised Centre with ASIQUAL for the provision of ASIQUAL Qualifications, and a Validated Award Centre with ASIQUAL for the provision of ASIQUAL Validated Programmes.

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Jobs in these areas Technical (IT, Analyst, Programming), Administration, Marketing, Academic/Research and Student Support

Core skills required Ability to work under pressure Attention to detail Commercial awareness Communication skills Creativity Initiative Leadership potential Motivation Organisational skills Problem solving skills Teamwork skills

How do we select? Our application process has 3 stages: 1. Completion and submission of application form online 2. First round interview with senior personnel at the branch office 3. Second round interview with Senior Vice President of Administrative and Human Capital

Dato’ Sharifah Huda Engku Muda, Senior Vice President for Administration and Human Capital/Human Resource Department University Drive, Off Persiaran Olahraga, Section 13, 40100, Shah Alam, Selangor Tel: +603-5521 6802 Fax: +603-5511 2850 Web: www.msu.edu.my E-mail: hr@msu.edu.my Type of business Education Number of employees 1,000 - 10,000 Location Shah Alam, Selangor Number of expected graduate vacancies in 2021 50 - 100

Minimum degree classification required CGPA 3.0; 2nd Class Upper Hons

Degree discipline or/and requirements Relevant to position and experience required

Closing date for job applications Depends on the requirement needed

"Transforming Lives, Enriching Future"

Internship programme Yes

Requirements for interns Above average achievers and recommended by university/faculty

Application deadline for internships Depends on the requirement needed

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https://www.maxis.com.my/en/ about-maxis/career/ As Malaysia's leading converged solutions provider, we are passionate about bringing together the best of technology to help people, businesses and the nation to Always Be Ahead in an evolving world. We deeply believe that the key element to our success has always been our employees. To realise our shared vision to become Malaysia's leading converged solutions company, we strongly believe in the empowerment of each employee in turning their ambitions into achievements through learning, career mobility and leadership. We thrive in inclusion, diversity and embrace close collaborations for them to create an impact for themselves and others. We embrace an innovative and digital mindset which our employees thrive on, helping them realise their potential and contribute their unique skills to create amazing products and services for our customers. Get Ahead in your career with Maxis.

Jobs in these areas Maxis Graduate Programme Sales & Service Graduate Programme People & Organisation Graduate Programme Enterprise Graduate Programme Finance Graduate Programme Consumer Business Graduate Programme IT Graduate Programme Network Graduate Programme

Core skills required Attention to detail Commercial awareness Communication skills Creativity Initiative Leadership potential Motivation Organisational skills Problem solving skills Teamwork skills Highly Adaptable Positive and collaborative Energetic and passionate Forward-thinking

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How do we select? Our application process has 4 stages: 1. Online Application 2. Digital Assessment 3. Assessment Day 4. Final Interview

Minimum degree classification required Minimum CGPA of 3.3 A bachelor's degree in relevant discipline

Maxis Amir Sharifuddin, Young Talent Specialist, People & Organisation Web: https://www.maxis.com.my/en/aboutmaxis/career/ Type of business Telecommunications, IT & Technology Number of employees 1,000 - 10,000 Location Menara Maxis, Kuala Lumpur

Degree discipline or/and requirements Accounting & Finance Business Management Communications Computer Science Engineering Human Resources Information Technology Marketing Social Sciences Any other relevant discipline

Internship programme Yes

Requirements for interns 1. Minimum CGPA 3.2 2. Minimum 12 weeks duration 3. Must have a bachelor’s degree in the areas of: Accounting & Finance Business Management Communications Computer Science Engineering Human Resources Information Technology Marketing Social Sciences Any other relevant discipline

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Turn your ambitions into achievements

Get a headstart with the Maxis Young Talent Programmes today. The beginning of your career rides on one decision: how you prep for it. So why not start by getting ahead with comprehensive internship experience? At Maxis, we believe in empowering the nation to be ahead in our fast-changing world with cutting-edge technologies. Join us and be empowered!

SCHOLARSHIPS

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GRADUATE PROGRAMMES

• Maxis Women in Tech Scholarship

Opportunities available all year round across all divisions within Maxis.

Specially-designed programmes across many divisions with multiple inter-division rotations for young graduates to be empowered with the skills, knowledge and experience to propel your career journey forward.

• Maxis Tech Scholarship • Maxis Young Leaders Scholarship

BEGIN YOUR CAREER JOURNEY WITH US TODAY Maxis

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www.nestle.com.my

Nestlé Malaysia Talent Acquisition Team Level 22, 1 Powerhouse No. 1, Persiaran Bandar Utama, Bandar Utama, 47800 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia Tel: +603-7965 6000 Fax: +603-7965 6757 Web: www.nestle.com.my E-mail: Talent.acquisition@my.nestle.com Type of business Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) Number of employees

We are the Good food, Good life company. We believe in the power of food to enhance lives. Good food nourishes and delights the senses. It helps children grow healthy, pets thrive, parents age gracefully and everyone live life to the fullest. Good food brings us together. Good food also respects our planet and protects resources for future generations. At Nestlé, we constantly explore and push the boundaries of what is possible with foods, beverages, and nutritional health solutions to enhance quality of life and contribute to a healthier future. We focus our energy and resources where unlocking the power of food can make the greatest difference to the peoples’ lives, protect and enhance the environment. This is in line with our promise of delivering GOOD FOOD, GOOD LIFE to all. Our world class top brands include MILO®, MAGGI®, NESCAFE®, KITKAT®. To learn more about how we have been nourishing Malaysians for over a century, do visit www.nestle.com.my or follow us on social media: • Facebook: NestleCareersMY • Instagram: Nestle.Careers • LinkedIn: Nestlé • Twitter: NestleCareers

Jobs in these areas Sales Marketing Human Resources Finance Supply Chain Procurement Engineering Production Quality Assurance Packaging

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Core skills required Communication skills Initiative Leadership potential Problem solving skills Teamwork skills

How do we select? The Nestlé Management Trainee Programme application and selection process consist of: 1. Online application and completion of online assessments 2. Group assessment centre session 3. First interview and final interview with business head or head of department

Minimum degree classification required CGPA of 3.2 or equivalent

Internship programme Yes

Requirements for interns Must be a student with full-time enrolment in a university that has mandatory university internship requirement Minimum CGPA 3.2 or equivalent

1,000 - 10,000 Locations Headquarters: • Bandar Utama, Selangor

Nationwide: • Selangor • Kuala Lumpur • Negeri Sembilan • Penang • Perak • Pahang • Kedah • Kelantan • Terengganu • Johor • Sabah • Sarawak

Worldwide: • 187 countries

Number of expected graduate vacancies in 2021 Approximately 38

Application deadline for internships Internship intakes are open all year round

"Be a Force for Good"

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With over 150 years of enhancing the quality of life for everyone and the generations to come through food At Nestlé, we touch millions of people’s lives every single day through the work we do and the products we create. We believe that to Be a force for good our contributions can shape a happier, healthier future for individuals, their pets and families, for communities and for the planet.

We are Nestlé, the Good food, Good life company

Explore where Nestlé can take you, visit www.nestle.com.my/careers Stay connected with us online!

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www.pwc.com/my/careers Join a community of solvers at PwC Malaysia

• The #PwCWellbeing campaign encourages healthy wellbeing habits, catering to the body, mind, and heart. Start your career with PwC – where your unique skills and perspective are what make our Join a community that values your diverse community of solvers. So, how do we uniqueness and well-being. Join PwC today for support each person in contributing together to the experience that stays with you. our purpose to build trust in society and solve Jobs in these areas important problems? By creating an experience Assurance, Consulting, Deals, Tax, that stays with you – through Growth, Recognition, Risk Assurance Services Opportunities and Ways of Working. We believe that learning doesn’t end at Core skills required graduation, which is why we provide you with Ability to work under pressure growth opportunities in different ways, such as: Attention to detail • On-the-job coaching, with an emphasis on realCommercial awareness time development Communication skills • Vantage, a mobile learning app providing Creativity personalised on-the-go guidance for learning Initiative and development Leadership potential • Digital Fitness app with content for everyone Motivation to enhance their digital skills and improve their Organisational skills digital fitness score Problem solving skills • Financial and leave support to complete Teamwork skills professional certifications. We also value recognition and appreciation for a job well done, through flexPoints, a web and mobile app that allows our people to give and receive real-time recognition through points and badges. These points can then be used to redeem gifts from various brands on the platform. The work that you do, regardless of level or business unit will be focused around solving challenges and delivering meaningful outcomes. We also believe that the work we do goes beyond corporate and needs to benefit the wider public which is where we have had continuous partnerships with relevant organisations for upskilling initiatives such as Kampus Digital. Finally, while what we deliver matters, how we deliver it together matters too. That is why we value your wellbeing by offering flexibility and different ways of working through initiatives such as: • flex+ programme – flexFridays: Every second Friday of the month, we’re allowed to leave work at 12:30pm. This applies during the WFH period too. – flexMed: Allows our people to take medical leave without needing to produce a medical chit. – flexBenefits: Flexibility to use benefits allowance in areas most needed (employees can choose to utilise medical benefits over lifestyle-related benefits if this is an area of priority for them). • Birthday leave.

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PwC Graduate Recruiter Level 10, 1 Sentral, Jalan Rakyat, Kuala Lumpur Sentral, 50470 Kuala Lumpur Tel: +603-2173 1188 Fax: +603-2173 1780 Web: www.pwc.com/my/careers E-mail: my_recruitment@pwc.com Type of business Professional Services Number of employees 1,000 - 10,000 Locations Ipoh, Johor Bahru, Kuala Lumpur, Kuching, Labuan, Melaka, Pulau Pinang

How do we select?

Our application process has 3 stages: 1. Online application with supporting documents 2. Assessments 3. Interview

Minimum degree classification required We assess our applicants from different disciplines based on the PwC Professional framework consisting of five attributes – Technical & Digital (including your qualifications), Whole Leadership, Global & Inclusive, Relationships, and Business Acumen.

Degree discipline or/and requirements All disciplines

Closing date for job applications All year round

Internship programme Yes

Requirements for interns Preferably penultimate year students from any discipline who are considering a career in a professional services organisation, and who are looking to take on various opportunities offered to them with agility and enthusiasm.

"The experience that stays with you"

Application deadline for internships Apply online at least three months before your internship period. The intake dates are updated on our careers website at www.pwc.com/my/ careers.

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https://www.samsung.com/my/about-us/ careers/

Samsung Malaysia Electronics (SME) Sdn Bhd HR & General Affairs Department Level 15, Mercu 2, No. 3, Jalan Bangsar, 59200 Kuala Lumpur Tel: +603-2728 0000 Web: https://www.samsung.com/my/aboutus/careers/ E-mail:hrsme.kl@samsung.com Type of business Electronics Number of employees 100 - 1000 Location

Samsung is a South Korean multinational conglomerate headquartered in Samsung Town, Seoul. It is the largest South Korean business conglomerate, comprising numerous affiliated businesses, most of them are united under the Samsung brand. Samsung was founded by Lee Byung-chul in 1938 as a trading company. Over the next three decades, the group diversified into areas including food processing, textiles, insurance, securities and retail. Samsung entered the electronics industry in the late 1960s and the construction and shipbuilding industries in the mid-1970s. Since being established in 1969, Samsung Electronics has grown into one of the world’s leading technology companies, and become recognised as one of the top 10 global brands. In 2020, Samsung Electronics’ market capitalisation was recorded at USD 510 billion, supported by Sales of USD 207 billion and Operating Profit at USD 31 billion. Samsung Electronics is the 8th largest brand in the world by revenue, and the 5th largest brand in the world. Samsung Electronics is a global leader in technology, opening new possibilities for people everywhere. Through relentless innovation and discovery, we are transforming the world of TVs, smartphones, wearable devices, tablets, digital appliances, network systems, medical devices, semiconductors, and LED solutions. Samsung is also leading in the Internet of Things space through, among others our Smart Home and Digital Health initiatives.

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Our network now extends across the world in 73 countries, across every continent, and Samsung takes great pride in the creativity and diversity of its talented people, who drive our growth.

Mercu 2, KL Eco City

Core skills required Ability to work under pressure Attention to detail Commercial awareness Communication skills Creativity Initiative Leadership potential Motivation Organisational skills Problem solving skills Teamwork skills

Minimum degree classification required

"Do what you can’t"

Upper 2nd Class Honours

Degree discipline or/and requirements Any discipline

Internship programme Yes

Requirements for interns A strong team player, shrewd interface agent, and a confident communicator. Always fuelled with positivity, energy and can-do attitude in managing the assigned responsibilities.

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Top Glove Sdn Bhd

www.topglove.com Established in 1991 and headquartered in Malaysia, Top Glove Corporation Bhd is the world’s largest manufacturer of gloves. What started as only a local business enterprise with 1 factory and 1 glove production line, has today captured 26% of the world market share for rubber gloves. The company has manufacturing operations in Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam and China. It also has marketing offices in these countries as well as USA, Germany and Brazil and exports to over 2,000 customers in 195 countries worldwide. Listed on the Malaysian Bourse (2001) and Mainboard of the Singapore Exchange (2016), Top Glove has demonstrated steady growth with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 27% for revenue and 36% for profit after tax over the past 20 years. It is also a component stock of the MSCI Global Standard Index, FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI Index, FBM Top 100 Index, FBM Emas Index, FBM Hijrah Syariah Index, FBM Emas Syariah Index and the Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI) for Emerging Markets. In the year 2021, Top Glove was also included in the Forbes Global 2000 and is the only Malaysian glove company on the prestigious list. Top Glove offers a comprehensive product range, which now includes a non-glove segment comprising condoms, face masks, dental dams, exercise bands and household products, fulfilling demand in both the healthcare and nonhealthcare segment. In line with its commitment to sustainability, Top Glove will continue to level up its practices in the ESG space particularly in terms of labour practices. The company’s outstanding achievements and global recognition are credited largely to its founder Tan Sri Dr Lim Wee Chai, the visionary and driving force, who within a short span of time, has built the company into a resounding global success. With the help of its 22,000 employees, Top Glove continues to produce high quality gloves at an efficient low cost in line with its timetested Business Direction. Not content to rest on its laurels, Top Glove has set its sights on

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higher aspirations which include becoming a Forbes and Fortune Global 500 Company by 2030. Accordingly, it continues to expand its business scope and to be on the lookout for M&A opportunities in similar and related industries.

Jobs in these areas Engineering Marketing Research & Development Finance Information Technology Manufacturing Quality Assurance Health & Medical Support

Core skills required Ability to work under pressure Communication skills Motivation Organisational skills Problem solving skills Teamwork skills

Recruitment Team, Group Human Resources No.16, Persiaran Setia Dagang, Setia Alam, Seksyen U13, 40170 Shah Alam, Selangor Tel: +603-3362 3098 Web: www.topglove.com E-mail: career@topglove.com.my Type of business Manufacturing Number of employees >10,000 Location Main location: Selangor Additional locations: Thailand, Vietnam, China, USA, Germany and Brazil

Number of expected graduate vacancies in 2021 9,000

How do we select? Our application process has 4 stages: 1. Completion and submission of application form online. 2. First round interview with senior manager. 3. Completion of two online assessments. 4. Second round interview with head of department.

Minimum degree classification required CGPA 3.0 and above

Degree discipline or/and requirements Bachelor’s degree

Internship programme Yes

Requirements for interns CGPA 3.0 and above, at least a degree or diploma holder in related field or equivalent from reputable universities.

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