MSU sets new national record
IN conjunction with World Health Day 2017 recently, Management & Science University (MSU), in collaboration with International Medical School Student Association and MSU’s Medical and Health Sciences cluster, set a new record in the Malaysia Book of Records (MBR) for The Largest Simultaneous Participation in a Health Screening Session.
The theme of the programme was “Fight Against Depression”.
A total of 10,983 people had screenings at several places, such as the MSU main campus in Shah Alam, MSU College branches in Shah Alam, Ampang, Seremban, Kota Bharu, Kuala Terengganu, Sabah and Sarawak, klia2, Aeon Shah Alam and schools in the Klang Valley.
The health screening included Body Mass Index, blood pressure, as well as glucose and stress level checks.
Besides the health screening, there was also a Cardiac Night Run 2.0 and “Chat with The Expert on Continuous Medical Education” by consultant psychiatrist Professor Zulkifli Ghaus.
The certificate of achievement was presented to MSU President Professor Dr Mohd Shukri Ab Yajid by MBR senior officer Nurasyikin Ramli at the university.
This programme is in line with the University’s commitment in building strong bonds and networking between campus and the local community through engagement activities.
It was also another effort to inculcate a culture of excellence and strong relationship among the MSUrians.
This record-breaking achievement is one of the annual events conducted by MSU and it’s collegiate institution, MSU College, known for their ability and commitment to create new records and breaking old ones.
To date, MSU and MSU College are the record holders of 31 MBR records.
MSU trains its students to be competent professionals and have exposure to social engagement.
As one of Malaysia’s best teaching and learning universities, MSU prioritises developing its students and faculty as well as enhancing graduate employability.
Engaging highly-qualified academics and international visiting professors, the university delivers compelling learning experiences within the framework of a holistic curriculum.
Meticulously crafted to enhance graduates’ potential, the university’s programmes of study produce graduates that are a popular pick among employers.
A graduate tracer study by the Higher Education Ministry showed 98.6 per cent of MSU graduates were able to secure employment within six months of their graduation, securing the national top spot in graduate employability among the nation’s higher education institutions.
Whereas in a recent rating, placing MSU on world-class standards, was the QS 2016 Rating, which awarded 5 Stars to the University for its Teaching, Employability, Facilities, Social Responsibility, and Inclusiveness.
MSU has set a new record in the Malaysia Book of Records for The Largest Simultaneous Participation in a Health Screening Session.