Heartiest congratulations to UTM 5 Excellence Tracks Programme student – Yap Sin Yee on being offered a research internship at the University of Cambridge starting from this September. She will be doing her research on the application of machine learning to the analysis of neuroimaging at Cambridge.
Month: September 2019
I really enjoyed my internship. Not just I got the opportunity to learn more about research and publication, I made many friends as well as travelled. I would like to recommend for those who are thinking to combine study and holiday, I would certainly recommend UTM. Also, I would like to thank the Department of International Relations for being so supportive and efficient from the admission application to organizing several intensive academic and entertaining programs for the international students. Let me share a brief snapshot of my internship experiences.
I am currently a third-year undergraduate student at the Department of Biosciences, Faculty of Science, UTM. I have had the privilege to participate in the prestigious research internship program called the Amgen Scholars Program at Kyoto University in Japan, which was held from 10th June till 5th August 2019. Amgen is a multinational biopharmaceutical company which is based in California. The company provides opportunities for undergraduates from all over the world to conduct research at world-class institutions in the US, Europe, Asia and recently in Australia and Canada too through the Amgen Scholars Program. It is an international program funded by the Amgen Foundation with direction and technical assistance provided by Harvard University. The program accepts applications for internship in “any disciplines related to the discovery, development, manufacture and delivery of human therapeutics, as well as the overall biomedical and biotechnology enterprise”.
Sudan has a long establish collaboration with Razak Faculty of Technology and Informatics. Sudan’s involvement with UTM is undeniable. large number of international students from Sudan can be seen from RFTI postgraduate course and research such as engineering doctorate and master’s program. Today’s signing of agreement is an example of UTM-Sudan collaboration between UTM’s RFTI and Sudan’s Safat Academy in the development of Transnational Education (TNE).
UTM team of experts are monitoring the haze situation in both campuses and the management will issue appropriate notice before 5pm on daily basis.
Please keep yourself alert on any further notices and announcements on haze situation by the University.
CLASSES IN UTMKL AND UTMJB FOR TOMORROW (19/9/2019) WILL BE CONDUCTED AS USUAL UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
During the period of haze, we would like to advise everyone to take care of your health and please take precautionary measure.
1. Wear N95 mask if the Air Pollutant Index (API) is more than 100. The normal facemask will not keep you safe. You can get the N95 face mask at Pusat Kesihatan UTM -University Health Centre
2. No outdoor activities. Please stay indoors.
3. Always keep yourself hydrated and wash your hands and face regularly after being out in the haze.
4. If you have any health issues – cough, asthma, cold, difficulty in breathing, eye irritation, please come and see our Medical Officer immediately.
The Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) Engineering-Industry Innovation Day 2019 is the first-ever immersive program organized by the Faculty of Engineering of UTM, the largest engineering faculty in Malaysia.
The event was held at Dewan Sultan Iskandar, UTM Johor Bahru campus for two days has gathered more than 700 academicians from the engineering backgrounds, 150 UTM industrial partner and a number of government agencies engaged in various activities.