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Manipal International University, Malaysia
Manipal, (India): The School of Science and Engineering at Manipal International University (MIU) aims to be at the forefront of scientific and technical education and research in the south-east asian region.

MIU is an innovative, global, multidisciplinary university focused on professional academic programmes with the goal of producing innovative, entrepreneurial and highly productive graduates who will make an impact in industry, government, academia and other sectors.

At the core of the university lies a deep understanding of the challenges the world faces in the 21st century. MIU is committed to preparing its students to engage and confront the global problems they will face. Thus, the university has adopted a multidisciplinary approach to each of the programmes it offers.

The school of Science and Engineering at MIU, Malaysia

Manipal International University (MIU) a member of the Manipal Global Education Group, is a fully-fledged Malaysian university offering multidisciplinary programmes with a focus in the fields of Science & Engineering and Management & Business.

The School of Science and Engineering at Manipal International University (MIU) intends to be at the forefront of scientific and technical education and research in the region. The university is staffed with highly accomplished faculty from across the globe. These faculty will dedicate their energy towards helping students graduate into true engineers, scientists and certificate holders; not only well-equipped to overcome challenges, but also imbued with the ability to create visionary designs of the future. There are teachers from University of London, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, University of Wollongong, Australia, University of Cambridge, Newcastle University, University of Bradford, University of Nottingham and Western Illinois University.

An active, student-centric and multidisciplinary approach will be taken towards science and engineering education, which will expose students to their role in developing the society of their generation. This approach is a first of its kind and crosses the traditional boundaries of technical education. A spirit of innovation, creativity and entrepreneurship would be embedded in each of the programmes.

The bachelor's programme addresses the student's quest for engineering knowledge and enhances his/her ability to put this understanding to practical use. To enable the students to be industry-ready and display "first-day, first-hour" productivity, mandatory industrial training has been made an integral part of the programmes. Students are also offered a set of electives which will enable them to choose from a variety of additional specializations. Students will be mentored by faculty members who have experience at national and international forums. The curriculum they provide is balanced, with a good number of basic and advanced courses and electives, and all the relevant laboratories, learning aids, and library support have been created to reinforce them.

The School of Science and Engineering will focus on 6 core disciplines, each of which will be offered over a period of 4 years (8 semesters).

• Bachelors of Civil Engineering (Hons)

• Bachelors of Chemical Engineering (Hons)

• Bachelors of Computer Engineering (Hons)

• Bachelors of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (Hons)

• Bachelors of Electronics Engineering (Communication) (Hons)

• Bachelors of Mechanical Engineering (Hons)

Accreditation: Manipal International University programs have accreditations from the Malaysian Qualifications Agency and Engineering Accreditation Council Malaysia. These accreditations are equivalent to UGC and AICTE approvals in India respectively.

International Engineering degree at Indian Cost: The advantage of MIU Engineering at Malaysia is that its international appeal upon an Indian budget.

COURSE FEE (4 YEARS): Malaysian Ringgit:70,300* or INR: 12,90,000 approx. The total cost of program including all expenses is estimated between INR 26 Lakh to 30 INR Lakh (depending on lifestyle of the student)

There are a few scholarships available for Indian students of up-to 30% waiver.

PLACEMENTS: All MIU students are eligible for International Placements at Malaysia and also be part of placements through Manipal Institute of Technology, Manipal India. Explore the many benefits associated with this program.

· 55 Non partner universities who accept and recognise program credits

· Cost saving of upto 40%*

· International placement opportunities

· Average salary of USD 50000 – 85000 per annum

· International credit transfer system

· Flexibility in choosing stream of engineering

Some of our Alumni recruiters include:

· Nokia

· Southwest airlines


· Volvo


· Mc Laren Automotive

· Cipher Dynamics

· Deloitte

So grab this opportunity now.

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