“EDUCATION is not preparation for life; education is life itself,” says John Dewey. This is true for the students in Unitar International University (Unitar). As a student, life is consumed by rushing and trying to obtain education goals while attempting to cram in as much entertainment as would fit.
Academics aside, life in the city is something to be explored at least once and what better time than as a university student?
Surrounded by the necessities of city life – be it the shopping complex, amenities or the lesser flaunted nightlife – the undergraduate and graduate students of Unitar enjoy accessible, affordable and convenient avenues for entertainment.
Being a student is synonymous with chasing deadlines. In the face of lectures, course requirements and exam preparations, students also manage to have some time to relax and unwind, largely due to the available amenities close by.
From round-the-clock restaurants and cafes where deadlines can be met while drinking coffee to flexible assignments, Unitarians have access to a wide range of programmes where their creativity and zest for life can be utilised to their full potential.
Having the campus situated in the middle of a vibrant community, most Unitarians have the opportunity to involve themselves in community while attending to their education so they do not feel entirely insulated by the time they graduate.
Unitar offers a wide range of programmes under its schools and faculties – Asia Graduate School of Business, Graduate School of Education, Faculty of Business Technology and Accounting, Faculty of Culinary and Tourism, Faculty of Education and Humanities and Unitar Foundation School. The programmes are affordable yet high of quality. They are available in full-time or part-time modes to cater for everyone’s needs – whether STPM/SPM school-leavers, homemakers, working adults or even pensioners.
Check out top programmes for June 2017 intake:
> Asia Graduate School of Business
– Doctor of Business Administration – Doctor of Philosophy in Business Administration
– Doctor of Philosophy in Management – Master of Business Administration – Master of Business Administration (Leadership)
– Master of Management
> Graduate School of Education
– Doctor of Philosophy in Education – Master of Education (Early Childhood
– Master of Education (Educational
Leadership and Management)
– Master of Education (Guidance and
– Master of Education (Teaching of English
as a Second Language)
– Postgraduate Diploma in Education
> Business Technology and Accounting
– Doctor of Philosophy Information
– Master of Computer Science – Master of Information Technology – Bachelor of Accounting (Hons)
– Bachelor of Business Administration
– Bachelor of Computer Science (Computer
– Bachelor of Finance (Islamic Finance)
– Bachelor of Information Technology
– Bachelor of Management (Hons) – Bachelor of Software Engineering (Hons) – Diploma in Accounting
– Diploma in Computer Science (Computer
– Diploma in Human Resource
– Diploma in Information Technology – Diploma in Logistic Management – Diploma in Management
– Diploma in Marketing
– Diploma in Retail Management
> Culinary and Tourism
– Master in Hospitality Management – Bachelor in Culinary Arts
– Bachelor of Hospitality Management
– Bachelor in Hotel Management (Hons) – Bachelor of Tourism Management (Hons) – Diploma in Culinary Arts
– Diploma in Hotel Management
– Diploma in Tourism Management
> Education and Humanities
– Bachelor of Communications (Hons) – Bachelor of Education (Hons)
– Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood
– Bachelor of Education (Guidance and
– Bachelor of English (Hons)
– Bachelor of Guidance and Counselling
– Diploma in Children Performing Arts – Diploma in Early Childhood Education
> Foundation School
– Foundation in Commerce
– Foundation in Information Technology – Foundation in Management
– Foundation Programme in Management The faculty sees itself as an active and vibrant contributor in nurturing and shaping employable graduates.
This is achieved through flexible teaching and learning engagement with its students, which includes face-to-face, online and distance learning via UNIEC (Unitar Education Core), the teaching and learning methodology of Unitar.
Unitar’s main campus in Kelana Jaya collaborates with six independent campuses to assist more than 7,000 students nationwide with 50 academic programmes. The university provides affordable, high-quality educational programmes through conventional and distance learning modes.
Unitar is currently offering a 50% scholarship for qualified STPM or SPM school-leavers to pursue its programmes (terms and conditions apply).
The June intake is open for enrolment from now until June 11.
■ Apply online at www.unitar.my, call 03-7627 7200 or e-mail email@example.com for more information.