// Archives

Tengku Ahmad Rithauddeen Essay Competion

The prize-giving ceremony held at the Royal Selangor golf club on 1 September marked the end of the Tengku Ahmad Rithauddeen essay writing competition titled: ‘How Best to Promote Malaysia’s National Interest in a Changing Global Environment’. Chan Bi Xuan, a first-year student from Nottingham Business School (NUBS) at the University of Nottingham Malaysia took …

NACES 2018

The recent National Chemical Engineering Symposium was held at University Kuala Lumpur, Malaysian Institute of Chemical and Bio-Engineering Technology on 10-12 August 2018. We are proud to announce that our students, Ms Yap Jie Min and Ms Wang Pei Ying participated in the “Chemical Engineering Challenges” category and successfully took third place, beating a number of …

Graduation 2018

Today marks a very special occasion, the day all the hard work, late nights, deadlines and exams have paid off. The day we finally get to graduate, standing in front of all our friends and family to receive our scrolls. All of us standing here today have come from near and far and together we …

Smart City Banking Hackathon

Smart City Banking Hackathon was a three-day competition from 13 to 15 July organised by Maybank and Cyberview Sdn. Bhd. The event aimed to foster progressive and constructive brainstorming among a vibrant and innovative group of people and subsequently come up with proposed solutions to how should banking be in a smart city. A joint-force …

Tri Campus Games 2018

In one of the competitive and thrilling week in Nottingham Tri Campus Games, what was considered a very close competition, Malaysia Campus managed to snag the title for themselves with 21-points, Ningbo Campus came in as a close second with 20 points and lastly UK Campus with 19 points. This is the second time our …

Wish list for the new Minister of Education

Following Malaysia’s 14th General Election, various ministers were announced, which included a newly appointed Minister of Education. We spoke to some staff and students at the University of Nottingham Malaysia to share their hopes and vision for the newly appointed Malaysian Education Minister Dr Maszlee Malik. Head of School of Education Professor Ganakumaran Subramaniam “We …

Vice-Chancellors Global Graduate Prize Winner

Final year Finance, Accounting and Management student Falonnie Chin Pei Lin successfully completed her Nottingham advantage award (NAA) and is the winner of the Vice Chancellor’s Global Graduate Prize for the year of 2017/18.  As part of the NAA awards, Falonnie undertook modules such as Introduction to British Parliamentary Debate, Volunteering in the Academic Literacy …

That Dive Life: Asia Business Prize winner

Alumni from the University of Nottingham Malaysia, Shahbaaz Siamwala (BEng Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering, 2015) and May Thawdar Oo (Biomedical Sciences, 2017) claimed £5,000 for Asia Business Prize category at Ingenuity18. That Dive Life believes all divers deserve a seamless booking process for their next diving escape. To help make this a reality, the team …

Researching to clean up palm oil waste

As UK frozen food retailer Iceland vows to ban palm oil from all its products, Professor Denny Ng, from the University of Nottingham Malaysia, explains why we don’t need to stop using this controversial vegetable oil if it is produced sustainably, and how his research supports this greener approach. Why is palm oil in so …

Coping with Dengue – A Stinging Experience

In this blog, our University’s Provost and CEO, Professor Graham Kendall recounts his experience of coping with Dengue.   In July 2014, I attended a conference in Beijing. It was after the second day that I began to feel flu-like symptoms and I took myself to bed for a while. I did not tell anybody …