UNiM courses for senior executies

The University of Nottingham in Malaysia (UNiM) is launching the Advanced Management Programme, a series of modules targeted at senior executives  

“The Advanced Management Programme aims to equip senior business executives with cutting-edge skills, and the concepts and tools needed to think systematically,” said Prof David Morris, director of Nottingham University Business School, Malaysia campus. 

The programme will be divided into four modules spread over four consecutive weekends –Bridging Cultures on July 26 and 27, Managing the Macroeconomics Environment (Aug 2-3), Psychology Tools in Services Marketing (Aug 9-10) and Strategy & Negotiations (Aug 16-17). 

The programme is conducted in association with the American Malaysia Chamber of Commerce and the Bankers Club, Kuala Lumpur. 

UNiM was set up in 2000. There are currently four divisions: Division of Computer Science and Information Technology; Division of Engineering; Division of Foundation Studies; and Nottingham University Business School. All offer undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. 


o THE Nottingham Graduates Association of Malaysia gathered for its 12th annual general meeting recently.  

Its patron, Tengku Ahmad Rithaudeen, chaired the AGM together with Prasad Abraham, who was re-elected president for another two-year term. 

The members later adjourned for hi-tea, hosted by Prof Douglas Tallack, Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Internationalisation at the University of Nottingham, and Dr Brian Atkins, incoming vice-president of UNiM.  

Also present was outgoing UNiM chief executive officer and vice-president Prof Brian Clayton, who is retiring. 

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