With the formation of University Malaysia Sabah in 1994, UKM’s Sabah campus was officially closed in 1996 and the faculties permanently located back to the main campus in Bangi, Selangor. UKM has since seen tremendous growth in being able to provide an increasing number of places of learning for the people as well undertaking research in various disciplines and fields of study.
UKM now has 13 faculties, a Graduate School of Business (GSB-UKM), as well as 16 research institutes of excellence in education.
Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM) has been appointed as one of the four research universities in Malaysia since 2006 based on its excellent record in research for 40 years. That recognition has gained further ground when the Malaysia Genome Institute (MGI), International Institute of Global Health and United Nations University were set up at the university.
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The university’s main campus in Bangi, Selangor Darul Ehsan spans an area of 1,096.29 hectares approximately 35 kilometres from Kuala Lumpur. The campus is situated in a valley surrounded by hills and greenery, providing a serene and conducive environment for learning and knowledge exploration.
It was a good environment to study and one of the best public university in Malaysia
I completed my Bachelor of Psychology at Sriwijaya University (UNSRI) in 2022 by actively participating in organizational activities and non-academic achievements. During college, I was active in the Autonomous Body of the Sharing Finding Understanding Study Program (BOPS SIN) as the general chairman in 2020. My activeness in this organization has honed my leadership...
As an international student, I have to face the language barrier. Most of the students are from Malaysia. Though the lecture was conducted in English. The overall experience was good.
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