Welcome to the MSc in Family Business Management

Master’s programme in Family Business Management – FAB is co-funded under the Erasmus+ programme, Capacity Building in Higher Education action and aims to create a new Master’s programme in the specialized academic area of Family Business Management in Cambodia, Malaysia, Philippines, Bangladesh, Bhutan and Nepal. The project is coordinated by the National University of Management in Cambodia. The FAB curriculum will incorporate novel entrepreneurial theories, business models and innovative management tools fostering new family entrepreneurs, but also promoting entrepreneurial behaviour (including innovation) in existing family firms. Asian universities are supported by partners from Portugal, Greece and Cyprus.

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Objectives

Master’s programme in Family Business Management – FAB aims to create a new Master’s programme in the specialized academic area of Family Business Management in Cambodia, Malaysia, Philippines, Bangladesh, Bhutan and Nepal.

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Partners

FAB is implemented by 22 different Higher Education Institutions and other organizations from 9 different countries in the European Union and Southeast Asia.

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Results

Over the course of the project, the consortium will deliver a MA in Family Business Management, FAB Centres for Excellence in partner countries and many other results and activities that you will find in our project website.

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Cambodia / Malaysia / Philippines / Bangladesh / Bhutan / Nepal

Meet the FAB Centres for Excellence in FAB partner countries and learn how each of them promote cooperation,
innovation and career development of their students. The FAB Centres for Excellence will act as a ‘family business
contact point’ at national level and will promote better dialogue between the family business sector and the
government and help convey the concerns faced by the sector into policy consultation processes.
For more information, click each country to learn more.
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FAB Centres for Excellence

News

UiTM Dissemination activity

UiTM Equipment

NUM & UTM Collaboration – Practical Research Experience Sharing Session

Article by Assistant Professor Roshee Lamichhane on the “Challenges of family-owned businesses”

FAB Project Management Meeting 27 – 28 June 2022

Capacity Building Training Workshop of Asian HEI Staff