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|Chancellor||Tan Sri Datuk Seri Panglima Dr. Abdul Rahman Arshad|
|Vice-Chancellor||Senior Professor Dato' Dr Khalid Yusoff|
UCSI University was established in 1986. Originally the Canadian Institute of Computer Studies, the school has evolved with accreditation. In 1990, it became Sedaya College, later Sedaya International College. In 2003 it became University College Sedaya International (UCSI), and in 2008 when it became a full university was renamed UCSI University.
Its student population exceeds 10,000. 38% of its student population is international.
UCSI's current and third vice-chancellor and president is Senior Professor Dato' Dr Khalid Yusoff. He succeeded Robert Bong in September 2013.
Co-Operative Education Training Programme
UCSI Co-Operative Education Training Programme, established in 2004, collaborates with over 700 employer organisations to provide work experience to students during their years of education. For each year at UCSI, students work for two months.
UCSI University has seven faculties and one centre:
- The Faculty of Applied Sciences
- The Faculty of Business & Information Science
- The Faculty of Engineering, Technology & Built Environment
- The Faculty of Hospitality & Tourism Management
- The Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences
- The Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences
- The Faculty of Social Science & Liberal Arts
- The Centre for Pre-U Studies