City University, Malaysia
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|City University College of Science and Technology|
|Chairman||Professor Emeritus Dato’ Dr. Mohd Sham Mohd Sani|
|Dean||Professor A. Selvanathan|
|Director||Professor Juhari Samidi|
No.8, Jalan 223/51A, Selangor, Seksyen 51a, 46100 Petaling Jaya,
Its programs are accredited by the Malaysian Qualifications Agency. City University is one of Malaysian universities that are officially recognized by Ministry of Education of the People's Republic of China.
Faculties and departments
The academic faculties at CityU are:
- City Graduate School
- Centre of Foundation Studies
- Faculty of Art & Design
- Faculty of Education & Liberal Studies
- Faculty of Architecture & Built Environment
- Faculty of Business
- Faculty of Allied Health Sciences
- Faculty of Engineering
- Faculty of Hospitality & Tourism
- Faculty of Information Technology
CityU's international academic partners include University of Central Oklahoma, Beijing Normal University, Vatel, Anglia Ruskin University and Southern Cross University. It partners with Jinan University to form an international think tank on Sino-Malaysian cooperation under the Belt and Road Initiative.
International academic collaborations
CityU had collaborated with overseas universities to offer joint degree programmes in Malaysia, including:
- Bachelor's in Hospitality Management with Vatel
Vatel's campus in Malaysia
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