Published by Afterschool.my on May 16, 2017, 12:59 pm
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Tan Sri Tony Fernandes founded Air Asia, his very own Formula One team and bought over an English Premier League team in the form of Queen's Park Rangers. But the one thing he hasn't had was a school named after him, well that is, until now. A university in Cambodia decided to name their business school after the brilliant entrepreneur. The University of Cambodia , a private university located on Northbridge Road in Sangkat Toek Thla, Phnom Penh, Kingdom of Cambodia, was founded on 23 June 2003.
The University operates six Colleges comprised of:· College of Arts and Humanities· College of Education· College of Law· College of Management· College of Science and Technology· College of Social Sciences
The University is also currently in the process of launching two new schools, the School of Government and International Affairs and the College of Media and Communications, in the near future. The College of Management earned distinction as one of the leading business schools in Cambodia when it won the 2008 “Good Business Schools - 2 Palms Award” by the Eduniversal International Scientific Committee. The university ranked 5th nationally, and now boasts a business school called the Tony Fernandes School of Business.
The jovial CEO portrayed his glee in the form of an Instagram post, posing alongside other notable individuals from the university, ending his caption with a tantalising glimpse into his future, by suggesting a possible role as a lecturer. Who wouldn't want to attend a business class taught by Tony Fernandes himself?
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