Assoc. Prof. Dr. Chin Sze Kim

Associate Professor Dr. Chin has more than 15 years of experience in the Education industry. Prior to joining the Education industry, Dr. Chin worked in the commercial and corporate world for approximately 12 years. Over her years in the corporate sector, she has been with a manufacturing firm for two years in the Sales and Administrative functions and subsequently she spent a total of 10 years in the banking industry, involved substantially in corporate planning, corporate restructuring activities, corporate loan advisory and financial consultation projects. She also handled portfolios of Corporate and Syndication Loans covering Multinational Corporations and Public Listed Companies. Her last position in the bank was Deputy Account Manager in Corporate Banking Division.

Dr. Chin holds a Bachelor of Sc (Resource Economics) with Honours from Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM) in 1990 under the scholarship from Public Service Department of Malaysia (JPA). Ten years later, she attained MBA (Finance specialization) qualification from UPM in year 2000 with the scholarship from Harvard Business School Alumni Club of Malaysia.  In year 2010, Dr. Chin attained her Doctorate Degree in Business Administration from Universiti Utara Malaysia (UUM). Her doctoral and post-doctoral area of interest and research are in Finance, Corporate Performance and Strategic Management.

Dr. Chin is currently the Dean of BERJAYA Business School, BERJAYA University College of Hospitality. Prior to her current appointment, Dr. Chin was the Associate Dean in Faculty of Business, Communications and Law and Head for Post-Graduate Business Studies in INTI International University. She has been appointed as Adjunct Faculty member of a public university. She also serves as a reviewer for journal articles and has been supervising and examining thesis work of post-graduate students in addition to writing, presenting in local and international conferences and publishing numerous research based papers in journals/proceedings. One of her research works was funded under the Fundamental Research Grant Scheme (FRGS) by Ministry of Education, Malaysia.