Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR) Undergraduate

Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR) was established in 2002 under the Act of Private Institutions of Higher Learning 1996 Malaysia. It is wholly owned by the UTAR Education Foundation, a not-for-profit organization. The University was founded with a vision to be a premier not-for-profit private university serving the local and global communities. To a great extent, it has achieved that goal. With the inaugural intake of 411 students in June 2002, as at March 2011, its student enrolment has reached more than 19,000. UTAR has also produced over 22,000 graduates and holds many years of graduate employment track record of over 97 percent within six months of graduation. Starting with three faculties in a single campus in Petaling Jaya, Selangor, UTAR now has 10 faculties an academic institute in four campuses, three in the Klang Valley and the main campus in Kampar, Perak. 1. Petaling Jaya Campus - Faculty of Creative Industries - Institute of Chinese Studies 2. Kuala Lumpur Campus - Faculty of Engineering and Science 3. Sungai Long Campus - Faculty of Accountancy and Management - Faculty Medicine and Health Sciences 4. Perak Campus - Faculty of Arts and Social Science - Faculty of Business and Finance -...
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