Dalilah Binti Abdul Aziz


Room 601, Adam Smith Building.

Research title

A study on the relationship between grit, Maslow’s hierarchy of needs and the theory of planned behavior: The case of future Malaysian Bumiputra professionally qualified accountants


Contributed two book chapters for Life Insurance Companies and Financial Reporting, First Edition, 1.0, (2018) Malaysian Insurance Institute. ISBN 978-983-2432-38-8.


MARA Research and Innovation Grant Scheme

Dr. Morni Hayati Jaafar Sidek, Dalilah Abdul Aziz, Mohd. Adha Ibrahim, Mazilena Tajuddin "Understanding Bumiputra Accounting Students at MARA (Malay for Indigenous Trust Council) Institutions: A Study on the Perception towards Professional Accounting Qualification and Factors Influencing Career Choice". 2015-2016


4th International Conference on Governance and Accountability "Towards Sustainable and Accountable Landscape"

Dalilah Abdul Aziz, Dr. Mohd. Adha Ibrahim, Dr. Morni Hayati Jaafar Sidek, Mazilena Tajuddin "Accounting students' perception and their intention to become professionally qualified accountants". 2016

Additional information


MSc. Accounting and Finance London School of Economics (LSE), UK

Fellow (FCCA), Association of Certified Chartered Accountants

Chartered Accountant (CA) Malaysia Institute of Accountants (MIA)

Associate Qualfiication in Islamic Finance (AQIF) by examination

Working experience

Lecturer (Accounting), University Kuala Lumpur (UniKL), 2013-Present

Analyst (Financial Reporting), Central Bank of Malaysia, 2010-2013

Lecturer (Accounting), Selangor State University (UNISEL), 2007-2009

Associate (Business Advisory Services), Ernst & Young Malaysia, 2006-2007