University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus

What AS says: In 2000, the University of Nottingham is the first British university to set up a campus both outside of the UK and in Malaysia. The Malaysia campus provides students with the same excellent education background as the mother campus. A degree awarded from the Malaysia campus is identical to one from UK, allowing local and regional students the convenience and economy of a world-class education. With its fairly new campus, the recreational and research facilities are modern and well-equipped. The courses are accredited by recognised bodies like the UK Engineering Council and the Association of MBA’s. There is a strong focus on graduate research and the university offers research training for their students to increase their competency and effectiveness as a researcher. The university reaches out to its graduate community through publications and funds for research. Students of Nottingham are no strangers to winning awards at conferences, IChemE UK, and the International Association of Engineers, while the formation of the campus itself has won the Queen’s Award for Enterprise and the Queen’s Award for Industry.
Location Semenyih
Main Address Jalan Broga 43500, Semenyih, Selangor Malaysia (view map)
Telephone number(s) +606 850 2338
Intakes NA
Course Fee Range Foundations: RM23,000-RM30,000; Bachelor’s Degree: RM27,580-RM48,250
Partnerships Universiti Malaya, Crops for the Future Research Centre, Manipal University, Panjab University,
Gateway Graduate School
Awards/Rankings 2015: World top 40 choice for employers according to QS World University Ranking by Employer Reputation; 2014: Ranked 77th in the QS World University Rankings
Facilities Access to public bus and train station, 24-hour computer access, convenience stores, vending machines, book shop, ATMS, library, sports complex, Islamic centre, health centre and indoor and outdoor food court


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