Meet Khan Vanak
Khan Vanak is from Cambodia and has completed MBA degree from the Study Centre Sydney
Before CSU, what did you do?
I was doing a Bachelor Degree of Commerce and I came to know about CSU from a friend who was studying at CSU.
What is your favourite subject and why?
My favourite subject is Human Resource Management. What I like most about the course is that it is mainly about understanding people and their cultural backgrounds. What it means and how exciting it would be to manage an organisation full of talented and interesting people from all parts of the world. The other favourite subject was “Marketing Communication”, it allowed me to express and share my creative thinking with the rest of the class.
What have you enjoyed most about studying at CSU?
Even though the location where I was undertaking my MBA (Oxford Street, Sydney) was a little crowded for a place to study, I loved the food and the cosmopolitan life around the building. Plus, it was quite convenient for me to get back home or anywhere else around the city because it was located near the bus and train stations.
Moreover, CSU has friendly and helpful staff that could help me with any difficulty regarding my studies. Here, honestly, I’d like to thank the former programme manager (Mrs. Adel Seale) for helping me with my studies.
What are your plans after you complete your studies?
I’ve planned to pursue a doctoral degree in a related field to MBA.
If you have completed your studies, what are you doing now?
I am now working as a government official at the Ministry of Economy and Finance (Investment and International Cooperation Department), and the Prime Minister of Cambodia’s Think-Tank calls the Supreme National Economic Council as a research associate.
I landed on an exciting and honourable job following my MBA graduation from CSU.
What are your hobbies?
I love reading, and sports (martial arts and weight lifting). Besides those activities, I hardly say no to a fishing trip.
What do you do at the weekends?
Spending time with my family outdoors or taking a road trip to the country side. If they are busy, I would call up my friends and go fishing or hunting.
What advice would you give to someone who is thinking of coming to CSU?
It is a great place to study. You can get all the help you want from the qualified and friendly staff regarding your studies.
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