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AeU gets connected to 27,000 students

18th July, 2017

By JASON GEORGE

KOTA KINABALU: Asia e University (AeU) has a diverse and robust local and international community of more than 27,000 students from almost 80 countries.

AeU is a collaborative multinational university established in 2007 under the auspices of the Asia Cooperation Dialogue (ACD) countries.

All of its academic programmes ranging from diploma to doctorate levels are approved by the Ministry of Higher Education Malaysia and accredited with the Malaysian Qualification Agency (MQA).

According to Deputy Minister of Higher Education, Datuk Dr Mary Yap Kain Ching, AeU is one of the top universities in the world with aims to constitute the missing link by incorporating every Asian country and at the same time to build up the Asian community.

“The ACD is a continent-wide forum, the first of its kind in Asia. The main mission is to constitute the missing link by incorporating to build an Asian community,” she said.

She also added, AeU callobrates with Institutions of Higher Learning (IHLs) and Training Centres in the ACD Member Countries to offer quality academic and professional training programmes.

“The University acts as a facilitator for the mutual accreditation and recognition of degrees and academic programmes among Asian IHLs,” she said at AeU Alumni High Tea reunion with the theme “It’s Time to Reconnect” specially organised for its Sabahan alumni, here.

“With information becoming increasingly complex and varied, it is essential that students nowdays know how to access information resources, how to evaluate, manage, and use them effectively.”

Mary also officially appointed Dato’ Fazley Yaakob as AeU ambassador at the event. Also present was the Vice President of AeU Prof Dr Mark Chai.

   
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