Three university students were chosen as finalists to compete in the Maybank Go Ahead Challenge in Kuala Lumpur next month.
According to a statement issued on Saturday, Leak Sophavatey, Sam Hengsopheavan, and May Solisa were selected after they solved various business scenarios on Saturday at the Paragon International University.
The three students will face global challengers in a series of complex business cases and tests of mettle in order to compete to have a chance to join the prestigious Global Maybank Apprentice Programme designed to develop future bank leaders, the statement said.
“The Maybank Go Ahead Challenge is an international, multi-dimensional case competition aimed to discover raw talents across the world,” the statement said.
It said that the challenge welcomes students from all study disciplines and nationalities from across the globe and puts students in a series of challenges designed to push the limits of their potential.
“In its 8th year running, MGAC has impacted more than 1.2 million lives with challengers coming from over 105 nationalities,” it said. “This year’s challenges continues to demonstrate MGAC’s strong global presence with over 35,000 applications received from all over the world, with over 600 applications from top universities in Cambodia alone.”