University stays ahead in graduate employability

Sunway University ranks high among higher education institutions in Malaysia.

SUNWAY University has been awarded top spot for the third consecutive year in Talentbank’s Graduate Employability Index among all universities in Malaysia.

The university received 6 Stars Employability Rating in 25 different fields of study including accounting, actuarial science, engineering and hospitality management.

Sunway University president Professor Sibrandes Poppema said, “Sunway University considers this prestigious award as the most important recognition of the unwavering dedication and excellence of our faculty, staff and students to achieve the best possible preparation for employment.

“We remain steadfast in providing outstanding education, characterised by research informed knowledge, skills, values and mindset and creating a meaningful impact in the academic world and the nation.”

Assoc Prof Dr Felicia Chung Fei Lei, who is a cancer research expert at Sunway University’s School of Medical and Life Sciences, said, “At Sunway University, students benefit from the culture of innovation, state-of-the-art laboratories and the expertise of a world-class faculty.

“We also frequently engage with industry experts who provide career talks and engagement sessions, which expose our students to the diverse range of career opportunities beyond graduation.”

Sunway University was also ranked the number one Private University in Asean by AppliedHE Private University Ranking Asean 2024.

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