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International Medical University
The International Medical University (IMU) started as an exciting venture in medical education in 1991. A team of academicians led by Datuk Dr Kamal Salih, Dr Mei Ling Young, the late Dr Saidi Hashim and later, Prof Ong Kok Hai with the help of Prof Ron Harden and Prof Ian Hart, two world-renowned medical educationists, conceptualised the International Medical College (IMC). This was a unique educational venture established in line with the Malaysian government’s objective of making the country a leading centre of educational excellence in the region and providing more Malaysian students the opportunity to achieve their aspirations to become doctors.
In 1996, after the medical curriculum had run its full course and consolidated, the IMC felt it was timely to start a twinned pharmacy programme with the University of Strathclyde, in response to the need of pharmacists in Malaysia. In 1998, the pioneer class of medical and pharmacy students graduated from the Partner Universities. More
Limkokwing University College of Creative Technology
The Limkokwing University College of Creative Technology is a global university with 6,000 students from over 90 countries pursuing internationally recognized diplomas and degrees. Through its global network the University provides access into campuses located in over 66 cities in 46 countries where students can seek up cross-border experiences and gain multicultural insights vital for career success in the 21st century.
Limkokwing University College of Creative Technology currently offers over 100 degree and diploma programmes available both in its campuses in Kuala Lumpur and London. Students can opt to study in areas such as Art & Design, Creative Multimedia, Communications & Media, Architecture and the Built Environment, Business, Information Technology, Lifestyle Design & Music Design. More
University College Sedaya International UCSI
On 13 September 2003, Sedaya International College was awarded the University College status by the Ministry of Education and became known as UCSI. This is a landmark achievement for an institution of higher learning that made its mark as a provider of higher education in Malaysia.
Established since 1986, UCSI is amongst the few Malaysian private colleges to offer a wide spectrum of academic studies ranging from Engineering to Information Technology and Business, Applied Sciences to Pharmacy and Medicine, Social Science to Music.
Today, UCSI offers its own university honours degrees in the above disciplines, and upon completion of these degrees students may transfer to a internationally recognised university for postgraduate studies. UCSI degrees can also allow student transfers to other foreign universities for completion of the undergraduate degree.
UCSI graduate of any programme is fully equipped with the latest skills and knowledge, and can expect to achieve a high-flying career to meet the needs of the local and international industries. More
Kuala Lumpur Infrastructure University College (KLIUC)
Kuala Lumpur Infrastructure University College (KLIUC) which was established in 1998, is the focus of Kumpulan Ikram's tertiary education activities. Guided by our motto, "For Knowledge, For Humanity", Kuala Lumpur Infrastructure University College aim to produce graduates with outstanding technological and management skills, possess high moral values to meet the challenges of Vision 2020 and the K-economy.
Enhanced with up-to-date academic facilities, highly qualified lecturers among whom are industry practitioners, KLIUC strives to ensure high quality education in areas of Engineering, Business and Information Technology. 3 years into the business of education, KLIUC is already recognized for its quality management system achieved through ISO 9001 :2000 certification in December 2000.
Among the foreign universities which Kuala Lumpur Infrastructure University College has collaborative links with are The University of Birmingham, UK, University of Surrey, UK, University of Portsmouth, UK, University of Hertfordshire, UK, University of Salford, UK, University of Wales, UK, Dublin Institute of Technology, Ireland, Lincoln University, New Zealand, Curtin University of Technology, Australia, The University of Newcastle, Australia, University of Western Australia, Australia, Victoria University of Technology, Australia, The University of New South Wales, Australia, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia, Swinburne University of Technology, Sarawak Campus. More