Universiti Utara Malaysia is a public university situated in the town of Sintok, Kedah. Established in 1984, UUM is the sixth Malaysian public university to be erected, and it was solely set up for management education. Located in the middle of lush trees and green fields, UUM has a conducive environment for students to concentrate on studies and research.
UUM has three faculties called Academic Colleges: the College of Business, the College of Arts and Sciences, and the College of Law, Government and Internationals Studies. UUM was the first university to implement fiber optics in the campus networking infrastructure to promote technology in education as well as ensuring their students latest information and developments.
UUM has participated and won medals at several exhibitions like the Malaysia Technology Exhibition, the International Invention and Technology Exhibition, the Seoul International invention Fair and the International Institution of Higher Learning Conference.
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