news from: NewStraitsTimes

Universiti Sultan Zainal Abidin (UniSZA) will open campuses in China and Kuala Lumpur to enable international students’ enrollment.
Its vice chancellor Professor Dr Yahaya Ibrahim said the China campus will be set up through collaboration with China’s universities’ consortium.

“We are expecting 500 students in the first intake due this September,” he said during the 2013 Unisza Excellence Awards presentation held here in the Islamic Civilisation Park, Pulau Wan Man.

“This is our initiative in the effort to cater to international students who are interested in studying at Unisza but do not want to come to Terengganu.”

“To date, the news of the new campus has attracted the attention of students from China, the Middle East and Indonesia,” Yahaya said, adding that the location and building for both campuses had been identified and were now in the negotiation process.