Center for MBA Studies 

MoU and Collaboration with other Institutions and Professionals Agencies














Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Other Universities and Professional Agencies


  •  For Master of Business Administration (Corporate Governance)
  •  The Malaysian Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators (MAICSA)
  •  For Master of Business Administration 
  •  Fordham University, New York, USA
  • Tunghai University, Taiwan
  • For Master of Business Administration (Building Management)
  • Building Management Association of Malaysia (BMAM)
  • For Master of Business Administration (Corporate Management)
  • Malaysian Acssociation of Company Secretaries (MACS)
  • The Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA)



Collaboration with foreign Universities




2018

University

Status

Hong Kong Shue Yan University (Hong Kong)

Cyber Class (2/08/2018; 9/08/2018; 26/10/2018)

 

Manuel S.Enverga University Foundation (MSEUF) (Phillipines)

 

From 23 to 29 July 2018, 14 students and 2 accompanying staff from MSEUF visited UTAR. The purpose of the trip is to impart the visitors of knowledge on small and medium enterprises, business ethics and innovation in Malaysia. Apart from that, the students were also taken on trips to local tourist spots for them to be exposed to the lifestyle and unique culture of Malaysians.




2017

University

Status

Manuel S.Enverga University Foundation (MSEUF) (Phillipines)

 

13 students from UTAR Kampar Campus experienced an eye opening study tour to Manuel S. Enverga University Foundation (MSEUF) in Lucena City, Philippines from 5 to 12 Feb 2017. The week long cultural learning and exploration tour was jointly organised by UTAR and MSEUF following their strong collaborative ties since 2013. Accompanying the group were Faculty of Business and Finance (FBF) Head of Department of Business Choong Yuen Onn. The UTAR delegates were invited to join the opening ceremony of one their event as MSEUF is celebrating their 70th Years anniversary in 2017.

Tunghai University (Taiwan)

Cyber Class (21/03/2017)

Aichi Gakuin University (Japan)

24 Sep - 04 Oct 17, a study tour to Aichi Gakuin University (AGU), Japan, was organized. The study tour was also aimed to make students more open-minded to pursue the language, culture and social skills of Japan, and to apply the knowledge when introducing oneself and when communicating with the AGU students. The lessons saw students gaining improved confidence when communicating with individuals of different backgrounds and understanding ways of dealing with people of different cultures.




2016


University (Country or origin)

Status

Shu-Te University and  Tunghai University (Taiwan)

Visited UTAR on 22 March 2016 to discuss multiple prospective collaborative areas such as game studies, multimedia and game design, arts and social sciences, early childhood education, global economics, and logistics. Besides regular student exchange programmes, both universities explored the possibility of arranging more students for outbound internship and/or teaching practice.

Tunghai University (Taiwan)

Cyber Classes were arranged on 23/10/2016, 20/11/2016, and 27/11/2016.

                                              

Yuan Ze University (Taiwan)

13 July 2016 - to expand international collaborations through activities such as student exchange programmes, inter-campus study tours, joint research, and knowledge exchanges, which will help develop a multilingual and multicultural environment for students to thrive in to expand international collaborations through activities such as student exchange programmes, inter-campus study tours, joint research, and knowledge exchanges, which will help develop a multilingual and multicultural environment for students to thrive in

Manuel S.Enverga University (Phillipines)

 

14 students from UTAR Kampar Campus experienced an eye-opening study tour to Manuel S. Enverga University Foundation (MSEUF) in Lucena City, Philippines from 4 to 10 Jan 2016. Throughout the week, the UTARians were introduced to a series of city and campus sightseeing tours, short lectures, workshops as well as other educational activities. The sightseeing tours included the historical Manila Cathedral built in 1571 where the students learnt about its rich history, ornate architecture, and the religious sculptures installed within.  

Josai International University and Josai University (Japan)

20 UTAR students visited Josai International University (JIU) in Japan from 28 September to 7 October 2016. UTAR students greatly appreciated their participation in the programme because it will open up their minds to learn more about foreign cultures. Visiting JIU and JU has taught them the good disciplines of being punctual, honest, helpful and kind, which are greatly practiced among the Japanese.

Tzu Chi College of Technology (Taiwan)

Tzu Chi College of Technology’s delegates visited UTAR, Kampar campus on 19 July 2016 to promote international understanding between the universities, the visit provided opportunities for activities such as joint research, double degree programmes, inter-campus study tours and student exchange programmes to be organised.






2015


University (Country or origin)

Status

Beifang University of Nationalities (China)

The UTAR Institute of Management and Leadership Development (IMLD) organised a 4-day Islamic Finance training at Beifang University of Nationalities in Ningxia, China from 30 March to 2 April 2015. The topics included the history of Islamic Finance, its governing laws and guidelines, the roles and responsibilities of Shariah Council, fund mobilisation and financing method, regulatory framework, ‘Sukuk’, Shariah Supervision of Islamic Banking from regulatory perspective, Takaful and human capital development of Islamic Finance.

National Cheng Kung University (Taiwan)

 

New Village Community Project was organized and lasted for 10 days (from 18 Sept 2015). The project aimed to create more possibilities for the two organisations to cooperate more closely, besides exposing the UST students with Malaysia’s unique cultures found in the villages