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    First, thanks in advance to all.

    How to write a proper qualification in a name card?

    The actual qualification are:
    1. Bachelor degree with honors in Chemical Engineering
    2. Master degree in Engineering Management

    Both graduated from Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM)

    I think it should be something like:

    B. Eng. (hons.) (Chemical) (UTM)

    Please advise...thanks again.
    DR KOH KHO KING

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    Kho King, usually no need to put the first degree but it is also acceptable if u want to.

    BSc (Hons)
    BA (Hons)
    MSc

    No need to put in UTM etc...

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    Thanks Jeff.

    Do I need to put the field of my study?

    eg.

    BSc (Hons) (Chemical)
    MSc (Eng. Management)



    I ask for my gf actually, and her company asks her to put in the qualification.
    DR KOH KHO KING

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    Do I need to put the field of my study?

    eg.

    BSc (Hons) (Chemical)
    MSc (Eng. Management)

    DR KOH KHO KING

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    KK, I have not seen pple put (Chem) etc in their namecards though...

    Usually things like :

    MEd, PGDE and pple will have some idea of your filed of specialisation.

    The Ang Moh ones include stuff like FRGS, FRAS, FRSH etc...just don't ask me what they stand for, I have seen them in someone's namecard but I have no freakin' idea what the f stands for

    A pt on Dr or PhD, unless u are a medical doctor, then u usually put DR Wong Merng Hoon... but if yours is a PhD, like in a lecturer, then it is Alan Chong, PhD etc. This distinguishes those who are medical docs as oppose to those who are academics...

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    is that Chemical Eng course a Science course or Engineering course?

    I think more rightfully should be B.Eng. (Hons) (Chemical)

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    Originally posted by jeff chen
    The Ang Moh ones include stuff like FRGS, FRAS, FRSH etc...just don't ask me what they stand for, I have seen them in someone's namecard but I have no freakin' idea what the f stands for
    f stands for Fellow

    like FRPS (Hons) stand Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society (Honarary).

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    Its your name card, its really up to you. What do you want to tell others?

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    thanks guys!
    DR KOH KHO KING

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