The winning teams of The Aptitude Challenge 2015 sharing their joy with organising committee and lecturers of School of Business, KDU University College
Knowing one’s strengths on various subjects and gaining insight in areas that suit them in the world of business, will help business students prepare well for their future career upon graduation. This was at the forefront of the partnership established by KDU University College’s School of Business and Bloomberg Institute, the education division of Bloomberg LP, when the two institutes introduced the Bloomberg Aptitude Test (BAT) to KDU students, which will assist students.
Being a free assessment itself, the Bloomberg Aptitude Test is available online at 3,500 universities and Bloomberg offices worldwide. In fact, KDU is only one of the eight higher learning institutions in Malaysia, which provides the BAT. The 2-hour long test, comes with 100 multiple-choice questions, comprising 8 different subject areas, which measures candidates’ aptitude in various aspects of finance, business as well as career skills relevant to any industry.