IMI agreement with KLMUC

05 April 2017

We were delighted to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MoA) with Malaysian school Kuala Lumpur Metropolitan University College (KLMUC)...

IMI was delighted to strengthen its relationship with Malaysian partner school KLMUC through the signing of an MoA.

The two schools previously had a Memorandum of Understanding in place, but this new agreement formalises the relationship between our two institutions and strengthens our connection.

IMI's Director of Partner Schools Prof. Gavin Caldwell was in Kuala Lumpur to sign the agreement with KLMUC staff including their Dean Prof. Sharina Puteh and the Head of their Hospitality Department Mohammad Izzudin (who is also an IMI alumni).

KLMUC was established in 2006 and offers over 50 different programmes across four distinct faculties.

One of its faculties specialises in Hospitality, Tourism and Wellness making it an ideal partner for IMI in terms of being able to exchange ideas and teaching methods.

We are very happy to expand our range of international partner schools and we look forward to a long and productive relationship with KLMUC…

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