UCSI College provides quality education and learning support for professionally-driven industry-ready academic programmes and language certification courses to equip students and current workforce with the necessary skills and knowledge for career success and continuous professional development.
UCSI College started off as UCSI English Academy in 2007 providing English Language Proficiency programmes for UCSI University students. In 2012, the academy was accorded college status by the Ministry of Higher Education of Malaysia and became UCSI Professional Academy. In April 2014 the college became Lux International College and subsequently rebranded as UCSI College in December 2015. UCSI College currently welcomes local and international students as part of its growing student body.
UCSI College is growing in recognition through partnership and collaboration with professional bodies and international institutions. This includes:
•South Australian Certificate of Education (SACE) Board
•Partnership with Oxford Brookes University to offer the 3+0 degree programmes
•Cambridge Assessment International Education
•Partnership with UK Universities such as Northumbria University, University College Birmingham, etc.
•Partnership with Irish Universities such as Maynooth University, GMIT, Institute of Technology Carlow, etc
•Partnership with US Universities such as the University of Iowa, Fort Hays State University, the University at Albany, etc.
•Accredited TESOL Center by London Teacher Training College (LTTC)
•Affiliation with Inha University, Korea
•Affiliation with UCSI University
•Affiliation with Kanda University, Japan
•British Council Approved Official IELTS Test Center
WHY CHOOSE UCSI COLLEGE?
UCSI College foresees that upon completion of any of its academic programmes, professional qualifications or language proficiency courses, students will display a higher level of competency and critical thinking necessary in developing a highly skilled workforce.
Other attributes include effective communication skills; creative and critical thinking abilities; ethical and civic responsibility; knowledge of disciplines; interpersonal skills; lifelong learning; engaged global citizenry; leadership skills; entrepreneurship and management skills.
These attributes relate to current and future needs of the industry, profession, and the discipline based on subject benchmarks and best practices.