Nearly 2,500 students graduate in new norm era

(From left) Dhaasuen Kaur, Uzundemir Ayse, Nur Aqila Syafiqa, Prof Mohd Shukri, Aleaa Nur Insyirah, Lim and Amirah Tahirah posing after the convocation. Face masks were removed for the photo.

A TOTAL of 2,434 graduates of Management and Science University (MSU) have received their scrolls at a convocation in Shah Alam.

It was MSU’s 29th convocation and the first held since the country started transitioning to the endemic phase which saw the full opening of institutes of higher learning under the Higher Education Ministry (MOHE).

The scrolls were presented by MSU president Prof Tan Sri Mohd Shukri Ab Yajid at the five-session ceremony.

Also present was MSU vice- chancellor Prof Puan Sri Junainah Abd Hamid.

Overall, 21 graduates received their Doctor of Philosophy scroll, 38 master’s degree, 1,211 bachelor’s degree and 1,164 diploma.

The graduates were from 115 programmes with the Faculty of Business Management and Professional Studies contributing the most number of graduates at 791.

Five special awards of excellence were also given to 52 graduates.

The Chancellor Gold Medal Award went to Nur Aqila Syafiqa Salehhuddin who graduated with a Bachelor of Medical Sciences (Hons).

The President Award was given to Aleaa Nur Insyirah Alias who earned a Master of Education (Teaching English as a Second Language), Lim Chong Wen with a Bachelor in International Business (Hons) and Amirah Tahirah Azman (Diploma in Event Management).

Uzundemir Ayse Gul, who has a Bachelor in International Business (Hons), and Dhaasuen Kaur Gopal Singh, who earned a Bachelor in Biomedical Science (Hons), were presented with the Mohd Shukri Yajid Outstanding Award.

Meanwhile, 26 graduates received Academic Awards and 20 graduates were handed Industry Awards.

All the special awards came with plaques, cash and scholarships from Yayasan MSU.

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