New MSUrians take the pledge

The oath-taking ceremony of the 2022/2023 academic session involved 1,712 new students, including 48 from 19 countries.

MANAGEMENT and Science University (MSU) welcomed 1,712 new students including 48 from 19 countries at the oath-taking ceremony of the 2022/2023 academic session recently at the main campus of Shah Alam.

Four hundred and fifty-seven are from the Faculty of Information Science and Engineering (FISE), 373 from the Faculty of Business Management and Professional Studies (FBMP), 264 from the School of Education and Social Sciences (SESS), 196 from the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences (FHLS), 172 from the School of Hospitality and Creative Arts (SHCA), 152 from the International Medical School (IMS), and 98 from the School of Pharmacy (SPH).

Addressing the congregation in MSU Chancellor Hall was MSU President, Prof Tan Sri Datuk Wira Dr Mohd Shukri Ab Yajid.

Also in attendance were MSU vice chancellor, Prof Puan Sri Datuk Dr Junainah Abd Hamid and senior management.

“Be the future you want to be. Look into and beyond you. Be engaged and be kind.

“Broaden your perspective; through the Global Mobility Programme (GMP), Global Internship (GIP) and the Global Leadership Programme (GLP), community engagement, and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Adapt and care for your emotional health.”

Receiving the oath booklet from the MSU president and leading the September 2022 oath-taking ceremony was Yayasan MSU scholar Mariam Jasmeen Ahmad Fuad of IMS.

Management and Science University (MSU) is a Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) and multi-global-ranked institution focused on building holistic human capital.

Envisioning a better, more sustainable future for all, it champions equality by providing a level playing field across extensive efforts in transforming lives, enriching future through compelling learning experiences.

The university’s award-winning academic programmes meet stringent standards of local and international bodies.

MSU accreditors include the Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA), the United Kingdom’s Accreditation Services for International Schools, Colleges & Universities (ASIC), the Japan’s Alliance on Business Education and Scholarship for Tomorrow (ABEST21), the Netherlands’ Accreditation Council for Entrepreneurial & Engaged Universities (ACEEU), the United Kingdom’s Institute of Biomedical Science (IBMS) as well as the Sri Lanka’s University Grant Commission (UGC).

MSU currently ranks in the Top 100 among the world’s top young universities, Top 150 among Asia’s best universities, Top 30 among South-East Asia’s best universities and Top 301+ for Graduate Employability Ranking.

Ranked by both QS and Times Higher Education (THE), MSU’s world rankings place it in the Top 601+ of the world’s best universities in the QS World University Rankings (WUR) 2023 and Top 401+ in THE University Impact Rankings 2022.

MSU houses the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences, the Faculty of Business Management and Professional Studies, the Faculty of Information Sciences and Engineering, the International Medical School, the School of Pharmacy, the School of Education and Social Sciences, the School of Hospitality and Creative Arts, the School of Graduate Studies, the Graduate School of Management, and the Centre for Fundamental Studies.

As an applied, enterprise, holistic and international university, MSU offers foundation, undergraduate, postgraduate and flexible programmes through an entry system that facilitates admission of students from all walks of life, aimed at “Transforming Lives and Enriching Future”.

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