Flexible learning options at MSUYi Ling
LIFELONG learners are the kind of people who have a burning desire for continuous self-improvement, and they aren’t necessarily working professionals who are seeking career progression. In fact those with a quest for knowledge include people of varying ages and professions.
The Human Resources Development Fund’s (HRDF) “Strengthening of Lifelong Learning for Skills Enhancement” aims to ensure a continuous supply of quality local human capital through effective initiatives that build and grow a world-class Malaysian workforce.
In support of the government’s initiative, Management and Science University (MSU) offers breakthrough ways for working adults wishing to further their studies. A wide range of programmes are offered with the convenience, education and professional backgrounds of students in mind.
Lifelong learners from all walks of life may access MSU’s range of undergraduate as well as postgraduate programmes, and choose from a variety of study modes to fit their situation best – whether to attend classes on weekdays, the weekends, or in the evenings, or to opt for virtual learning via video conference supported by online discussion.
Lifelong learning is vital for everybody and not just for the insatiably curious. Make lifelong learning a part of yourself, advance in your professional life, and gain immense personal fulfillment.
MSU comprises the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences, the Faculty of Business Management and Professional Studies, the Faculty of Information Sciences and Engineering, the International Medical School, the School of Pharmacy, the School of Education and Social Sciences, the School of Hospitality and Creative Arts, the School of Graduate Studies, the Graduate School of Management and the Centre for Fundamental Studies.
It is an applied university with a holistic, ecosystem approach to education and employability. Championing innovation, entrepreneurship, excellence, and scholarship, the MSU vision of an enriching future for all is supported by its mission of transforming lives through education.
The university’s award-winning academic programmes meet stringent standards of local and international bodies. MSU accreditors include the Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA), the United Kingdom’s Accreditation Services for International Schools, Colleges & Universities (ASIC), the Japan’s Alliance on Business Education and Scholarship for Tomorrow (ABEST21) and the Accreditation Council for Entrepreneurial & Engaged Universities (ACEEU).
MSU currently ranks in the Top 100 among the world’s top young universities, Top 200 among Asia’s best universities, and Top 301+ for University Impact. Ranked by both Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) and Times Higher Education (THE), MSU’s world rankings places it in the Top 51% of the world’s best universities (QS WUR 2020) and Top 200 for impact on global health and well-being, gender equality, and reduced inequalities (THE University Impact Rankings 2019).
It has also been awarded Platinum 5 Crowns by the UK’s Accreditation Service for International Schools, Colleges and Universities (ASIC); and QS-rated 5-Stars on the metrics of Teaching, Graduate employability, Facilities, Social Responsibility, and Inclusiveness.
MSU is an applied, enterprise university focused on graduate employability. With 98.7% of its graduates successfully securing employment within six months of their graduation. MSU is ranked by the Ministry of Education as Malaysia’s #1 for graduate employability. MSU also made the Top 100 Leading Graduate Employers list and received the GradMalaysia 2019 Award for The Most Popular Graduate Employer in the Education Sector.
The areas of studies offered are balanced with activities that provide opportunities for students to enhance their soft-skills and personal enrichment competencies.
With its tagline of ‘Transforming Lives, Enriching Future’, MSU looks poised as a university that is progressively relevant in the 21st century.
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Source: The Sun Daily