UNIMY addresses the misalignment between the curriculum of the current universities and the industry needs by leveraging on its vast partnerships with local and global industry players hence, ensuring that all the lessons, skills and knowledge taught do match the needs of the industry. These partnerships enable UNIMY to offer students the most current and relevant industry knowledge, practices and technologies. The dynamic combination of an academic setting and exposure to a practical industry environment produces competitive and highly employable graduates.
Global curriculum for global minded graduates
UNIMY’s collaboration with various academic partners allows it to scale its curriculum with global standards and quality-producing global-minded graduates, capable of pursuing their studies in top universities within the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, Japan and United States of America.
What They’re Saying
“Being a women in Cybersecurity professional and front line of your organisation is definitely challenging. But we have a great ecosystem that are able to give all necessity to support us to face all the challenges. After all, that's what you drive upon... challenges.”Dani MichauxHead of Cyber Security, KPMG Malaysia
“We are very excited to enter into this industry partnership with UNIMY. The demand for data professionals has increased greatly and this endeavor is an excellent opportunity to give real-world, hands-on experience for data technology to students. The fruition of this partnership with UNIMY will go a long way towards meeting the target of 20,000 data professionals nationwide by 2020.”Chen Kiat MengVice President, Fusionex
“Instead of waiting or looking for opportunities, I believe life is much more fun when we learn to create them! Opportunities are created when we have the right experience and education.”Michael Teoh Su LimFounder, Thriving Talents Pte. Ltd. International Speaker, Trainer & Consultant Malaysia's National Youth Icon (Icon Expersi Negaraku & 1M4U) Malaysia Book of Records Holder
“According to a study, by 2020 there will be a deficit of 1.5 million cyber security professionals worldwide, which means that there is a huge demand for talent in this field. We believe that it is important for agencies like ours to work closely with universities in building the talent that meet the demands. Universities supply human capital but we do not want them to be irrelevant that they have to be retrained. This is where CyberSecurity Malaysia comes in to build the bridge and produce the right talent for the country.”Dato' Dr. Hj. AmirudinCEO, Cyber Security Malaysia
“You don’t have to be extremely wealthy and have tons of experience to make a difference. If you see a real problem in society that you care about and you really want to make a difference in people’s lives, then that passion and dedication coupled with what you learn in university is enough to get you going.”Adam BrimoCo-founder of OpenLearning.com
“Industry innovations will continue to thrive in the digital environment seeking to piece together the best in the region in terms of connectivity, technology and talent. New Generation Digital Talents will be needed to drive this forward.”Ramanathan SathiamuttyCelcom Axiata
“Organisations are striving towards evolving from a knowing culture to a learning culture that is much more objective and data driven and embraces the power of data and technology; they have to. This shift means that all companies in the future, big and small, will need competencies and talents in big data and analytics.”Raja AzmiChief Executive Officer, Technology & Software, Prestariang Berhad
“Digital and IT transformation is part of our lives and will dictate our future. We need to make sure we are equipped with the right knowledge and tools in this digital economy.”Pang Yee BengDell Asia Pacific and Japan
“We enhance human potential through life-long learning and develop local talents for global market.”Dr. Abu Hasan IsmailPrestariang Berhad
“If students had the chance to get involved in an actual project within the industry, they would have the opportunity to get real life experience practising the theory and concept they have learned. They would also be able to familiarise with the industry and understand how it actually works. It prepares them for their future.”Henry NgAdjunct-Professor, Thales