Scholarship as well as industry to benefit from new collaboration by Management and Science University (MSU)
Management and Science University (MSU) has added the Republic of Maldives to its collaboration portfolio.
In an age of globalization, accountability to the future necessitates geographical crossings into international compounds. Collaborations provide the structure as well as the opportunity to learn from one another and inspire when pooling resources in the service of the larger world. Management and Science University (MSU) carries its vision of transforming lives and enriching future to the Republic of Maldives, matching academic capacity with 21st-century importance of collaboration.
Set to benefit both scholarship and industry, the MSU-Maldives MoU is focused on healthcare, hospitality, and creative arts. Receiving Management and Science University (MSU) President, Professor Tan Sri Dato’ Wira Dr Mohd Shukri Ab Yajid, was Maldivian Minister of Education Dr Aishath Shiham.
Among the specifics of the MoU are scholarships for eligible students selected by Maldives’s Department of Higher Education. Dr Aishath Shiham, who shared the collaboration’s significance at a media briefing, signed the MoU with MSU on behalf of the Maldivian Ministry of Education.
Healthcare, hospitality, and creative arts are among the various critical-need areas of human capital development served by Management and Science University (MSU). Leading the nation’s varsities with close to 96% graduate employability, rated QS Five Stars, Management and Science University (MSU) is the 2016-2017 Asia Pacific Best Brand in Education for Leadership in Human Capital Development. Recognised for its Excellence in Quality and Outstanding Contribution to International Education, Management and Science University (MSU) also ranks in the top 1.8% among Asia’s best universities 2018.