Flexibility for the lifelong learner
Flexibility for the lifelong learner




Breakthrough opportunities for lifelong learning from Management and Science University (MSU)


The country’s Human Resources Development Fund (HRDF) for Strengthening of Lifelong Learning for Skills Enhancement aims to ensure continuous supply of quality local human capital through initiatives that build and grow a world-class Malaysian workforce. Such initiatives include capitalizing on studying while working.


 
MSU offers a wide range of programmes with the student’s convenience and background in mind


With the governmental support, lifelong learning is taking a step forward. An important consideration now is to ensure a successful endeavour, because studying while working can be a challenge. 



Studying and working can be a challenge but lifelong learners are determined and motivated 


Though lifelong learning may seem especially fitting of graduates in the workforce with career progression in mind, it is in fact necessary and applicable across all ages.


Lifelong learners from all walks of life may access MSU’s undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, and choose from a variety of study modes to suit their situation; whether weekday, weekend, or evening classes, even virtual learning via video conferencing with online support. The wide range is offered with the student’s convenience in mind, as well as their educational and professional backgrounds. 
 


Full Time Weekend and Blended Learning are just some of MSU’s many options for lifelong learners


The programmes are managed by MSU’s academic faculties comprising the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences (FHLS), the Faculty of Business Management and Professional Studies (FBMP), the Faculty of Information Sciences and Engineering (FISE), the International Medical School (IMS), the School of Pharmacy (SPH), the School of Education and Social Sciences (SESS), the School of Hospitality and Creative Arts (SHCA), the School of Graduate Studies (SGS), the Graduate School of Management (GSM), and the Centre for Fundamental Studies (CFS).



Can’t come to class? Virtual learning with online support is also possible at MSU.


MSU’s award-winning programmes meet stringent standards set by local as well as international bodies, including the Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA), the United Kingdom’s Accreditation Services for International Schools, Colleges and Universities (ASIC), and Japan’s Alliance on Business Education and Scholarship for Tomorrow (ABEST21). 


For more information on all the opportunities open to lifelong learners at MSU, call +603-5521-6868, email to enquiry@msu.edu.my, or enquire here.


Lifelong learning is vital for everybody and not just for the insatiably curious. Make lifelong learning a part of yourself, advance in your professional life, and gain immense personal fulfillment.