Brunei royal family delighted with Prince’s PhD in International Business

Prince Abdul Fattaah, son of His Royal Highness Prince Mohamed Bolkiah and Her Royal Highness Pengiran Anak Isteri Pengiran Anak Hajah Zariah of Brunei, received his Doctorate in International Business (PhD) at the Brunel University – London Graduation Ceremony last week. The annual Degree Ceremony celebrates the successful conclusion of many years of study in Brunel University and Prince Fattaah graduated alongside other Brunel Business School students.

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Prince Fattaah with his family, the VC of Brunel University and his PhD supervisors, Prof Irani and Dr Singh

The Ceremony was opened and presided over by Professor Julia Buckingham, Vice–Chancellor and Principal of Brunel University and David Finlayson, the Deputy Chair of the Council of Brunel University. Professor Buckingham congratulated Prince Abdul Fattaah on his achievement.

After an informal meeting with the Vice-Chancellor, Deputy Chair of Council and Professor Zahir Irani, Head of Brunel Business School, the parents and invited guests were delighted to watch their son graduate at the University and enjoy the graduation party with other researchers in Brunel Business School.

Prince Abdul Fattaah studied Human Resource Management Practices in Domestic vs. Multinational Enterprises in the country context of Brunei, under the supervision of Dr Satwinder Singh and Professor Zahir Irani at Brunel Business School. This is one of a few empirical studies of this kind conducted in a non-western context and the only one in the context of Brunei.

The parents and family members of Prince Fattaah who attended the ceremony expressed their delight on the achievement of a doctorate by Prince Fattaah .

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