UCSI is a ‘global campus’ for University of Arizona


  • Education
  • Sunday, 31 May 2020

UCSI University is now one of 130 global campuses for the University of Arizona.

The global campus concept is a long-term effort towards meeting the United Nations’ sustainable development goal (UN SDGs) of providing accessible quality education to the world.

This is in line with UCSI’s approach to provide a holistic and comprehensive education experience to students around the world.

Students wanting to pursue their tertiary education at the US-based varsity without having to leave Malaysia can do so once they have received their admission to University of Arizona which offers 10 customised degree paths to more than 200 undergraduate majors.

Presently, University of Arizona’s global campuses are located in 43 countries.

In Malaysia, UCSI University and UCSI College are the only two partners of University of Arizona.

UCSI has campuses in Kuala Lumpur, Terengganu and Sarawak – which has been recognised as a Regional Centre of Expertise by the United Nations University for the promotion of UN SDGs.

All three serve as global campuses for University of Arizona.

At UCSI, students can take a mix of University of Arizona courses online and partner courses in person. Students who choose on-campus classes will have access to in-person academic support, access to partner school computer labs, study areas, libraries, recreational facilities, clubs and student activities.

Experiencing the unique campus life here means that students are able to save up to over 50% in tuition fees and living expenses while having access to state-of-the-art facilities at the nation’s best private university, according to the QS World University Rankings.

For details, visit https://apps.ucsiuniversity.edu.my/UA-global-campus/.

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