UTM Kuala Lumpur, August 29, 2023 – The Razak Faculty of Technology & Informatics, situated at Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) in Kuala Lumpur, had the pleasure of welcoming a reputable delegation from The University of Salford. The delegation, headed by Dr. Tahir Rashid, Associate Pro Vice-Chancellor for International Partnership, and accompanied by Dr. Michael Evans, a Salford Business School lecturer, visited to investigate potential academic and research cooperation opportunities between the two institutions.
Representatives from Razak Faculty of Technology & Informatics at the University of Technology, Malaysia (UTM) and the University of Salford held a meeting to discuss potential academic and research collaboration opportunities between the two institutions. Leading the delegation was Assoc. Prof. Dr. Roslina Ibrahim, Deputy Dean (Research, Development & Innovation) of Razak Faculty of Technology & Informatics, UTM. The delegation also included several prominent figures from UTM such as Assoc. Prof. Dr. Norhayati Abdullah, Associate Director of UTM International and Assoc. Prof. at Malaysia-Japan International Institute of Technology (MJIIT); Dr. Rafidah Othman, Head of the MBA Program at Azman Hashim International Business School (AHIBS); and Dr. Nor Fazilah Mohd Hashim, Head of the Construction Quality and Maintenance (CQM) Research Group at Razak Faculty of Technology & Informatics.
The two institutions explored possible avenues for academic and research collaboration that could expand their respective horizons and benefit their scholarly communities. The discussions were marked by enthusiasm and a strong desire to foster global academic partnerships. Both parties were genuinely interested in the opportunities that could arise from this collaboration and were tentatively discussing mid to long-term plans for their academic partnership.
During the discussions, both parties showed great enthusiasm and eagerness to foster academic partnerships on a global scale. There was a genuine interest from both sides to explore the potential opportunities that could arise from this collaboration. They tentatively discussed mid to long-term plans for their academic partnership. The participants engaged in productive and constructive dialogues with their UTM counterparts, generating a sense of positivity and eagerness towards future collaborations.
As these two prestigious institutions embark on this journey of cooperation, the academic world can expect groundbreaking advancements and meaningful contributions to various fields of knowledge. The future holds exciting prospects as they join forces to make a profound impact on academia and society at large. For further information, please contact : Assoc. Prof. Dr. Mohamad Syazli Fathi, from the Razak Faculty of Technology & Informatics at firstname.lastname@example.org