MoU Signing with MAHSA University

16 October 2020

We were delighted to sign a Memorandum of Understanding with Malaysia's MAHSA University...

We were delighted to strengthen our connection with Malaysia's higher education providers through the signing of an MoU with MAHSA.

MAHSA, founded in 2004, has a mission statement to produce qualified and compassionate professionals to serve the needs of the industry.

Their new 48 acres campus in Bandar Saujana Putra welcomes students from 75 different countries including those as far afield as Australia the United Kingdom, the United States of America and Canada.

This international outlook and dedication to student learning outcomes is very much in line with IMI's vision, so it was highly satisfying to formalise the relationship between our two institutions. 

IMI's Director of Partner Schools Prof. Caldwell and Undergraduate Programme Leader Mr. Currie signed the MoU in the now "new-normal" virtual signing ceremony where they connected live with representatives from MAHSA.

We are very excited for the future potential of this new academic relationship and look forward to working closely with the faculty and students of MAHSA in the upcoming months.

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