Posted on: 25 Sep, 2017
We provide 100% free assistance in helping international students interested to study in University Utara Malaysia find a suitable degree and post grad program. Our information can provide you with detailed information and advice on admission criteria , theirs course, fee structure, date of intakes and scholarships. Our services include assisting students throughout the entire application process and providing support in terms of accommodation, visa application as well as making sure students arrive safely in Malaysia. All our services are absolutely free.
University Utara Malaysia, with its reputation for academic excellence, is an international education institute attracting students from many different countries around the world as it offers a comprehensive list of programs: pre-university, diploma, degree and post-graduate courses as well as distance learning and online study. All these internationally recognized programs come with very affordable price, making university Utara Malaysia a top choice destination for international students. Currently the international student population is over 3000 studying in the various departments throughout the university .Our university has intakes two times in an academic year with many international students arriving every semester.
Malaysia also boasts of its ideal environment for study. Malaysia is a safe and politically stable country and its multiracial environment with its large diverse international student population makes studying in Malaysia a once-in-a-lifetime experience. The student can develop independence, maturity and develop greater understanding of other cultures. And University Utara Malaysia has well-established support system in place for international students such as health care, counselling and accommodation. Malaysian laws allow international students to work in order to earn extra income.
The Universiti Utara Malaysia (UUM) has The 1,061 hectare campus, which was originally a tin mining area, is surrounded by beautiful scenery, lush tropical forests and mountains. In addition, two rivers flow inside the campus, the Sintok and Badak rivers, creating a more pleasant and serene environment. UUM has one of the most beautiful and modern campuses in the northern region. The RM580 million campus started its operations on 15 September 1990 and officially declared open by His Royal Highness the Royal Chancellor of UUM on 17 February 2004. The main buildings, the Sultanah Bahiyah Library, the Sultan Badlishah Mosque, the Muadzam Shah Hall, the Tan Sri Othman Hall, the Sports Complex, the University Mall, the Students Residential Halls and the University Inn.
UUM ensures accommodation for all its students. To cater to the housing needs of its ever growing student population, UUM has 15 student residential halls that can accommodate approximately 20,000 students. The residential halls are named mostly after national corporations and conglomerates such as MAS, TENAGA NATIONAL, TRADEWINDS, PETRONAS, EON, MISC, SIME DARBY, PERWAJA, TM, PROTON, MAYBANK, YAYASAN ALBUKHARY, BANK MUAMALAT, BANK RAKYAT and BUKIT KACHI 2. UUM is one of the very few IPTAs that offer full accommodations to its students throughout the duration of their academic studies at the University.
In additions, the University also provided 600 units of various types of housing for its staff. The Campus is also open to the public, visitors and tourists who want to use its many facilities. The University offers visitors the experience of on campus accommodation there is the University Inn, and the residential halls can be rented during the semester holidays. The latest place to stay is the Executive Department Centre (EDC) which is located near the university’s main entrance. The University has also developed 107 hectares of its reserved forests to attract more tourists to come to the northern region by providing facilities such as a 9-hole golf course, a go-kart circuit an equestrian centre, camping sites, an archery range and a deer park.
Universiti Utara Malaysia (UUM) witnessed a major and historic restructuring exercise. A total of 13 faculties was streamlined and restructured to become three main colleges, namely the UUM Colleges of Arts and Sciences (UUM CAS), the UUM College of Business (UUM COB), and the UUM College of Law, Government and International Studies (UUM COLGIS). The consolidation of human capital and physical resources inter alia is aimed at providing a strong organizational structured with students, and thrust UUM into the global arena as a major player in tertiary education. Undoubtedly, universities should be universal in a scope as knowledge transcends national boundaries.
The re-structuring agenda is in line with the aspirations expressed by the Prime Minister Dato Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi and the Minister of Higher Education. The urgent need to increase the number of postgraduate students up to 100,000 enrolments’ in our tertiary institutions by the year 2012 is formally stipulated in the National Higher Education Strategic Plan 2007-2010. With the new strength of 500 lecturers in the field of Business, 120 academics in Law, Government and International Studies and 550 in Arts and Sciences, and with each college having more autonomy over its decisions and policies.
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