Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR) : Rankings, Fees & Courses Details | TopMBA

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Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR) was establish in 2002 as a not-for-profit university providing affordable quality education to all. UTAR is guided by its Six Education Pillars: Virtue and Morality, Social and Humanitarianism, Knowledge and Intellect, Aesthetics and Harmony, Physical and Mental Health, and Creativity and Innovation. The University is committed to promoting research and scholastic development in diverse fields through its research, development and commercialisation agenda which will advance its mission to becoming a premier university of teaching and research excellence. The University has established formal collaborations to facilitate international exchanges, research and training with over 460 institutions and organisations consisting of foreign and local institutions of higher learning, and local and foreign industry partners.
Why UTAR MBA?
1. Action Learning Action learning plays a critical role in shaping students to think and act creatively and innovatively in facing the challenging world. This initiative is executed with the use of rigorous and blended learning between cognitive, psychomotor and effective learning through research projects and consultancy, real business plans for funding, strategic simulation games and the exploration of Web Based Learning (WBLE and WBLE2).
2. Guest Speakers Selected courses has appointed guest speakers from industries who will add invaluable insights to the topics and case studies students are discussing. Business leaders offer real-world learning by sharing their cases, experience and latest management and industry practices, describing their career progress and the challenges they have faced, and offering advice and tips on current business issues, such as the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on business, alternative plans and how business changed and move forward.
3. Entrepreneurship Talk Series Students have the opportunity to attend the Entrepreneurship Talk Series by successful entrepreneurs and industry captains to learn on issues and challenges encountered. Various talks, workshops and seminars organised by the Centre for Corporate and Community Development (CCCD), Faculties, Research Centres and the Institute of Management and Leadership Development (IMLD) provide further opportunities to enhance personal skills and understand various business environments.
4. Employer Reputation UTAR graduates are highly sought after by the industries. This is reflected in the fact that 95-97% of UTAR graduates are employed within six months graduation and works in multinational and SME companies locally and globally. UTAR MBA programmes prepare graduates well for the real world rapid changes, technological advancement, and globalisation. Hence, our graduates are always ready to face the challenges and be deployed in many industries. 

5. Global Exposure

UTAR MBAs enable students to appreciate differences in global perspectives around the world, using different learning approaches that include:
   i) International Business Consultancy Tips Selected courses aim to provide an in-depth understanding of the global business and put knowledge into practice. 
   ii) Inter-varsity Case Studies Students have the opportunity to engage in discussing cases during the interaction with university students from different countries. Case studies usually focus on real-life business issues faced by international companies and market strategies.
   iii) Overseas Guest Lecturers Through the Research Centres and the Institute of Management and Leadership Development, regularly hosts UTAR Guest Lecturers to expose students and give them the opportunity to participate in discussions with the invited guest lecturers. 

About

Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR) was establish in 2002 as a not-for-profit university providing affordable quality education to all. UTAR is guided by its Six Education Pillars: Virtue and Morality, Social and Humanitarianism, Knowledge and Intellect, Aesthetics and Harmony, Physical and Mental Health, and Creativity and Innovation. The University is committed to promoting research and scholastic development in diverse fields through its research, development and commercialisation agenda which will advance its mission to becoming a premier university of teaching and research excellence. The University has established formal collaborations to facilitate international exchanges, research and training with over 460 institutions and organisations consisting of foreign and local institutions of higher learning, and local and foreign industry partners.
Why UTAR MBA?
1. Action Learning Action learning plays a critical role in shaping students to think and act creatively and innovatively in facing the challenging world. This initiative is executed with the use of rigorous and blended learning between cognitive, psychomotor and effective learning through research projects and consultancy, real business plans for funding, strategic simulation games and the exploration of Web Based Learning (WBLE and WBLE2).
2. Guest Speakers Selected courses has appointed guest speakers from industries who will add invaluable insights to the topics and case studies students are discussing. Business leaders offer real-world learning by sharing their cases, experience and latest management and industry practices, describing their career progress and the challenges they have faced, and offering advice and tips on current business issues, such as the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on business, alternative plans and how business changed and move forward.
3. Entrepreneurship Talk Series Students have the opportunity to attend the Entrepreneurship Talk Series by successful entrepreneurs and industry captains to learn on issues and challenges encountered. Various talks, workshops and seminars organised by the Centre for Corporate and Community Development (CCCD), Faculties, Research Centres and the Institute of Management and Leadership Development (IMLD) provide further opportunities to enhance personal skills and understand various business environments.
4. Employer Reputation UTAR graduates are highly sought after by the industries. This is reflected in the fact that 95-97% of UTAR graduates are employed within six months graduation and works in multinational and SME companies locally and globally. UTAR MBA programmes prepare graduates well for the real world rapid changes, technological advancement, and globalisation. Hence, our graduates are always ready to face the challenges and be deployed in many industries. 

5. Global Exposure

UTAR MBAs enable students to appreciate differences in global perspectives around the world, using different learning approaches that include:
   i) International Business Consultancy Tips Selected courses aim to provide an in-depth understanding of the global business and put knowledge into practice. 
   ii) Inter-varsity Case Studies Students have the opportunity to engage in discussing cases during the interaction with university students from different countries. Case studies usually focus on real-life business issues faced by international companies and market strategies.
   iii) Overseas Guest Lecturers Through the Research Centres and the Institute of Management and Leadership Development, regularly hosts UTAR Guest Lecturers to expose students and give them the opportunity to participate in discussions with the invited guest lecturers. 
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