American Degree Transfer Program (AUP)

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American Degree Transfer Program (AUP)
The best kind of education is one that will
empower you for life. It will equip you with
ideas and insights. Bring out your true potential.
Guide you to your future successes.
You will learn how to build a strong foundation
for your American degree. How to think critically.
Produce results. Achieve excellence.
Get ready to thrive in
the land of opportunity.
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LEARN
IN A WHOLE
NEW WAY
In a world where each day heralds change, education is about preparing you well for the
opportunities ahead. Enriching you with the right skills and attributes to adapt, grow and excel.
That is why we’ve championed a whole new learning experience to ensure your success in life.
Learn to achieve more through an education reinvented to nurture future leaders. The most
International, Innovative and Individualized kind of education.
INTERNATIONAL EXPOSURE
Make the world your
classroom, and
widen your global
perspectives.
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Expand your horizon and connect on an
international level through overseas study
tours, Semester Abroad Program (SAP),
intercultural live video discussions, classes
by guest lecturers from partner universities,
and more.
1. Oon Feng, majoring in Finance in the American Degree Transfer Program (AUP), will complete his
bachelor’s degree at the University of Central Oklahoma (UCO).
2. INTI student Cheah Yizhe at University of Wisconsin-Madison.
3. A guest lecturer from University of Kentucky visited INTI International University for lectures and talks.
INNOVATIVE LEARNING
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1. Dr. Lisa Fairbairn, Dean of DeVos Graduate School of Management, Northwood
University, US, Ng Wan Peng, Chief Operating Officer of Multimedia Development Corporation, and Rasilah Hamzah, President and CEO of RUSS Consulting shared their experiences on becoming successful women leaders.
2. Gaining studio experience during a Bernama field trip.
3.American Independence Day Forum held at INTI International College Subang.
Gain your edge
through an
industry-focused
curriculum, the
latest learning
innovations and
collaborative
processes.
Learn in a more engaging, efficient and motivated
way through Blackboard, World of Business Ideas
(WOBI™), games, wikis, podcasts and other
interactive platforms. Acquire essential experience
and skill-sets in a curriculum jointly developed
with our Industry Advisory Board and which covers
Employer Projects and structured internships.
INDIVIDUAL DEVELOPMENT
Bring out your full potential
and realize your aspirations
in a world of change.
Gain a head-start in the job market with career guidance
from dedicated lecturers and counselors, mentorship and
coaching by industry experts, career camps and industry
workshops. Be a better communicator through our
specially developed modules.
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1.Discussion with GE HR leaders on interpersonal and communication skills.
2.Pre-departure talk by the Malaysian-American Commission on Educational
Exchange (MACEE).
3.Matthew Ong Kai Jin benefitted from an innovative learning experience
which paved the way for his studies in the United States under full scholarship.
THE LAUREATE NETWORK
Be part of a global community of over 850,000 students
from more than 75 institutions world-wide.
The Laureate International Universities network spans
29 countries across four continents, and is the largest and
fastest-growing global network of private universities.
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A GREAT
STARTING POINT
The United States dominates the list of the world’s Top 100
universities. Without a doubt, the US has one of the finest
university systems in the world, with outstanding programs
in virtually every field. An American degree is regarded as a
symbol of excellence world-wide.
Therefore, it is hardly a surprise that over one third of the 1.2
million undergraduates studying outside their home countries
are furthering their education in the United States1.
Ivy League institutions such as Harvard, Yale, Columbia and
Princeton have produced some of the world’s finest minds.
Thanks to the knowledge and – perhaps more importantly –
the experiences they gained, many US graduates have
gone on to lead corporations and even countries.
You, too, have the potential to be an influential individual
someday, and we can give you the skills and exposure you
need to succeed on your journey.
MAKING AMERICAN DREAMS COME TRUE
Home to some of the world’s top brands and companies, America has turned countless dreams into reality. INTI can set you on a path to success
by providing the academic requirements, expertise and soft skills that you need to excel in the land of opportunity.
Choice of over 300 universities
The most established program in Malaysia
Government scholars at INTI
Our extensive list of American and Canadian
universities offers many options in terms of
degree majors. The American degree generally
takes 4 years to complete. You have the option
of transferring to a US university during year
2 or 3, or complete your full 4-year American
business degree at INTI with Northwood
University2.
INTI’s program is fully accredited by the
Malaysian Qualification Agency (MQA) and
approved by the Ministry of Higher Education
(MOHE). Our Center for American Education
(CAE) consistently works towards developing
the best possible options in scholarships,
universities and degree majors. We are also
the only private institution in Malaysia to
receive the Certification of Appreciation for
Achievement in Trade awarded by the US
Department of Commerce.
Our Malaysia Public Services Department (JPA)
and Majlis Amanah Rakyat (MARA) students
have been accepted by Ivy League and Ivy
League Standard Universities such as the
University of Pennsylvania, Brown University,
University of Michigan, University of California,
Berkeley, Carnegie Mellon University, University of
Wisconsin-Madison, University of Washington and
Northwestern University. Since 2012, more than
300 MARA-sponsored students have enrolled at
INTI under our AUP Program.
Thorough preparation and personal guidance
Our US-trained advisors will provide you
with help and advice on university selection,
living costs, financial aid, travel tips, social
activities and culture. You will also find our
University Placement Library’s vast collection
of resources extremely useful.
American scholarships just for INTI students
Scholarships are awarded by American
universities exclusively for INTI students,
with approximately US$1,159,226 disbursed
from 2011-2013.
http://www.intelligentgulf.com/student-service/why-study-in-us.html 2Please refer to page 22 & 23 for more information.
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AMERICAN DEGREE
TRANSFER PROGRAM AT INTI
Here is a breakdown of the 4-year American Degree Transfer Program (AUP) structure.
General Study and Pre-Major
Year 1:Freshman at INTI
Choose from a wide range of Business, Foreign Language,
English, Mathematics, Social Sciences, Humanities,
Physical and Life Sciences topics as General Education
Requirement (GER) subjects.
Year 2: Sophomore at INTI
Embark on your pre-major subjects and continue taking
General Education Requirement (GER) subjects.
Transfer to over 300 universities in US / Canada
for Major Specialization
Year 3: Junior at a US / Canadian University
Complete the compulsory for degree major subjects.
Year 4: Senior at a US / Canadian University
Focus on subjects in your major or specialization. Your academic
performance will be measured by continuous assessments and
the final exam.
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INTI AUP
PATHWAY
Employment
Year 2
Sophomore Year (31–60 credit hours)
General Education Requirement subjects /
MPU subjects / Core subjects
Credit transfer to over
300 universities
in the US and Canada
(2+2 option)
INTI AUP
Year 1
Freshman Year (0–30 credit hours)
General Education Requirement subjects /
MPU subjects / Core subjects
Credit transfer to over
300 universities
in the US and Canada
(1+3 option)
SPM / O Level / STPM* / UEC /
Cambridge A Level (CAL)* / New South Wales
Higher School Certificate (NSW HSC) /
South Australian Matriculation (SAM)
*Exemptions will be given on a case-by-case basis for Cambridge A Level (CAL) and STPM students.
Please check with INTI counselors for more information.
AUP
AT INTI
INTI’s AUP has the most established credit transfer
and articulation agreements with American
universities among the higher education institutions
in Malaysia. After completing two years at INTI,
students then transfer to a university in the US or
Canada to complete their degrees.
Offered at:
INTI International University
KPT/JPS(A4606)03/2015 (Applied Science)
KPT/JPS(A4605)07/2019 (Arts)
INTI International College Subang
K PT/JPS(A5761)09/2019 (Applied Science)
KPT/JPS(A5760)09/2019 (Arts)
INTI International College Penang
K PT/JPS(A7301)01/2016 (Applied Science)
KPT/JPS(A7300)01/2016 (Arts)
Intakes: JAN, MAY & AUG
Course duration: 1+3 or 2+2
INTI UNIVERSITY PLACEMENT SERVICES
The INTI University Placement Services is a dedicated unit that provides a host of value added services, including information on university selection,
cost of living, financial aid, culture, social activities and travel.
INTI University Placement Services offered include:
•University application
•Visa application
•Pre-departure briefings
•On-campus university exhibitions and fairs
•University talks, seminars and alumni talks
•Student / staff meetings with university representatives
INTI University Placement Services also houses an extensive collection
of resources for university research, including:
• Study plans and equivalency tables
• University prospectus, program guides and application forms
• Updated tuition fee and cost of living information
• University ranking information
• University videos and CD-ROMs
• Manuals on JPA-recognized universities, TOEFL and IELTS preparation
• Internet access for university research and online visa applications
• Comprehensive list of universities with majors offered
Recognition for trade achievement from the United States Department
of Commerce, U.S. Commercial Service
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ACTUARIAL
SCIENCE
Actuarial Science is the study of uncertain
future events and the use of mathematics,
statistics and financial theory to measure
the financial consequences of risk. Actuaries
work in all sectors of the economy, like
insurance companies, banks and the
government sector. Actuarial Science
students are required to sit for a series
of professional examination papers and
fulfill practical training requirements via
a North American professional actuarial
body to obtain their professional
certification. Outstanding INTI students
have received scholarships from Drake
University, the University of NebraskaLincoln and other universities to pursue
a degree in Actuarial Science.
Professional examination
Sample curriculum for Year 1 & 2
Students sit for a series of professional
examinations in order to qualify as a Certified
Actuary. The American Society of Actuaries
(SOA) requires candidates to complete five
examinations, an e-learning course, VEE
validation and a professionalism seminar in
order to become an Associate (ASA).
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To become a Fellow (FSA), a candidate needs to
successfully complete all requirements for ASA,
two more examinations and two more modules
based on their specialty track. The American
Casualty Actuarial Society (CAS) requires a
series of nine examinations for certification as
a Fellow. The first four examinations of these
two societies are identical.
For more information regarding professional
examinations, log on to www.soa.org,
www.casact.org or www.actuaries.org.my
Business Communication
Business Law
Calculus with Analytic Geometry 1
Calculus with Analytic Geometry 2
Calculus with Analytic Geometry 3
English Composition 1
English Composition 2
Essentials of Public Speaking
Fine Arts Electives
Financial Management
Humanities Electives
Introduction to Computers
Introduction to Linear Algebra
Introduction to Microeconomics
Introduction to Macroeconomics
Mathematical Statistics
Natural Sciences Electives
Principles of Accounting 1
Principles of Accounting 2
Principles of Marketing
Social Science Electives
Students may also apply for membership with
the Malaysian Insurance Institute in order
to enjoy special privileges and access to
information and resources.
Popular universities for actuarial science
US Universities
• Drake University
• Purdue University
• University of Central Oklahoma
• University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign
• University of Iowa
• University of Nebraska-Lincoln
• University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
• University of Wisconsin-Madison
Canadian Universities
• Acadia University
• University of Manitoba
• University of New Brunswick
• University of Waterloo
First year
experience
This initiative is developed to help students
cope with tertiary education. They will receive
free academic development skill sessions such
as academic writing, mind mapping, note taking,
preparing for examinations, library research
and information technology skills.
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COMPUTER
SCIENCE
Computer Science is an interdisciplinary
field of study involving the design, testing,
updating, and maintenance of new computer
application software and systems
as well as the creation of innovative
programs for problem-solving. Students
will explore the interaction between
modern computer science and related
technologies in specialized areas of interest
such as software development, systems
management, computer networking,
database design and programming.
With dynamic changes in the technological
world, there is a need for knowledgeable
and innovative graduates across industries
such as businesses, education, and
government organizations.
Popular majors /
partial list of majors available
Computer Science
This study involves the scientific and
mathematical study of algorithms used in
designing and building computers and their
application in the development of actual
computing systems.
Employment opportunities
Computer Scientist, Systems Analyst,
Network / Systems Administrator and more
Computer Information Systems
This study involves an overview of the design,
development and operation of electronic data
storage and processing systems, including
hardware and software.
Employment opportunities
Analyst / Programmer, Software Developer,
Systems Programmer, Network / Technical
Support, Data Communications & Network
Engineer, Control & Industrial Systems Developer
Business Information Technology
This study prepares individuals to apply
software theory and programming methods to
the solution of business data problems.
Employment opportunities
Business Analyst, Analyst Programmer,
Consultant, Educator, Systems Analyst, Manager,
Researcher, Database & Network Administrator
Multimedia Development / Systems
This study provides students with the technical,
creative, and business skills necessary to design,
develop, market and manage digital media.
Employment opportunities
Broadcast Production, Animation,
Corporate Communications, Marketing,
Telecommunications, Advertising, Animation,
Media Research & Production, Development
of Learning & Teaching Materials or
Desktop Publishing
Computational Biology
Computational Biology concerns the
development and application of
data-analytical and theoretical methods,
mathematical modeling and computational
simulation techniques to study biological,
behavioral and social systems. Solving
biological and biomedical problems using
mathematical and computational methods,
Computational Biology is recognized as an
essential element in modern biological and
biomedical research.
Work in Computational Biology might range
from analysis of genomic sequences to
visualizing the activity of an animal’s nervous
system or modeling the responses of plants to
changing environmental conditions.
Employment opportunities
Pharmaceutical Companies, Scientific Software
Companies, Biotechnology Companies, Health &
Research Institutes, Medical Laboratories,
Research & Testing Laboratories / Institutions
Software Development / Programming
This study involves the application of
mathematical and scientific principles to
the design, implementation, validation, and
management of computers for mainframe and
personal computers.
Employment opportunities
Software Engineer, Systems Project Manager,
Systems Programmer, Systems Analyst,
Software Developer, Systems Administrator,
Consultant, Computer Systems Manager
Management Information Systems
This study involves the development and
management of data systems and related
facilities for processing and retrieving internal
business information.
Employment opportunities
IT Analyst, IS Specialist, Applications Specialist,
Web Solutions Specialist, Technical Consultant,
Applications Consultant, IT / Management
Consultant, Enterprise Systems Consultant,
Solutions Architect / Applications Architect,
IT Manager, MIS Manager, Project Manager or
Data Analyst
Cyber Security /
Information Assurance
Cyber Security or the Cyber Information
Assurance major is designed to address
the growing demand for expertise
in defending critical infrastructure from
threats and cyber-attacks.
The study includes risk and threat assessment
for computer systems and data, development
of prevention procedures and reaction to
data and computer-related security breaches,
computer system security plan documentation,
configuration, testing and implementation of
any security software and/or technologies and
providing protection and disaster recovery to
companies’ business systems.
Employment opportunities
Corporate & Industrial Security, Law
Enforcement, Government Intelligence Services,
Banking & Finance, Information System
Security, Network Security Manager, Network
Security Analysts, Information Security Analyst,
Software Engineering
Popular universities for Computer Science
Sample curriculum for Year 1 & 2
US Universities
• Indiana University of Pennsylvania
• Iowa State University
• Kansas State University
• Michigan State University
• Ohio State University
• University at Buffalo
• University of Iowa
• University of Kansas-Lawrence
• University of Mississippi
• University of Missouri-Kansas City
• University of Nebraska-Lincoln
• University of Oklahoma-Norman
• University of Wisconsin-Madison
• Wichita State University
• Winona State University
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Canadian Universities
• Acadia University
• Trent University
• University of Lethbridge
• University of Manitoba
• University of New Brunswick
• University of Saskatchewan
• University of Waterloo
• University of Windsor
Calculus with Analytic Geometry 1
Calculus with Analytic Geometry 2
Calculus with Analytic Geometry 3
C-Language & Unix Operating System
Computer Systems / Computer
Organization & Assembly Language
Database Systems
English Composition 1
English Composition 2
Essentials of Public Speaking
Fine Arts Electives
General Chemistry 1, Lab
General Chemistry 2, Lab
General Physics 1, Lab
General Physics 2, Lab
Humanities Electives
Introduction to Computers &
Information Processing
Introduction to Linear Algebra
Information Structures
Introduction to Discrete Structure
Natural Sciences Electives
Programming
Programming in C++
Social Sciences Electives
Laureate
visiting fellow
To ensure a rigorous intellectual foundation,
INTI invites inspiring and well-respected
Laureate academicians to deliver lectures
to students and staff. Unique to INTI, this
initiative takes advantage of the Laureate
network to bring a wealth of experience and
an international dimension to INTI’s education.
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ENGINEERING
With the advancement of technology,
communication and healthcare, there is
a great need for creative applications that
can solve problems in our everyday lives
and enhance our quality of life.
Engineering majors dominate the top ten
highest-earning and most in-demand
bachelor’s degrees, according to a survey
by the National Association of Colleges
and Employers (NACE). Its winter 2010
Salary Survey stated that engineering
disciplines account for eight out of ten
bachelor’s degrees.
INTI’s AUP prepares today’s engineers to
be the innovators of tomorrow.
Popular majors /
partial list of majors available
Aerospace / Aeronautical Engineering
This study focuses on the design, development,
manufacturing, and testing of new technology
in aircraft, spacecraft, military defense, and
space systems. It will appeal to students
interested in new technologies in aviation,
defense systems, space exploration, problemsolving, and improving aircraft systems.
Employment opportunities
Airline & Aircraft Companies, Aircraft
Architecture, Space Studies & Engineering,
Reach & Testing Services
Chemical Engineering
This study involves the development
of products such as antibiotics, fertilizers,
polymers, fabrics, petroleum, synthetic fuels
and more. Students keen on improving our
way of life will find this major appealing.
They will learn to develop chemical products
and processes to reduce pollution and other
world-benefiting solutions.
Employment opportunities
Chemical, Electronic, Petroleum Refining,
Paper, Other Related Manufacturing
Industries, Research & Testing Services or
Government Agencies
Civil Engineering
Study involves the design and supervision
of roads, buildings, tunnels, dams, bridges,
airports and construction. It will appeal to
students interested in problem-solving related to
construction and/or development, and protecting
natural and man-made environments.
Employment opportunities
Firms that provide Engineering Consulting
Services aimed at developing designs for new
construction projects and manufacturing
Industrial Engineering
This study deals with improving and increasing
organizational productivity through the
management of people, business organization,
and technology. Industrial Engineers help
build a link between management goals and
operational performance.
Employment opportunities
Management Agencies,
Business & Consulting Services
Mechanical Engineering
This study involves the research, creation,
design, development, manufacturing and
testing of mechanical devices and conversion
of energy of machines. It will appeal to students
with an interest in the invention, design and
manufacturing of machines, mechanical
devices or systems.
Employment opportunities
Production Operations in Manufacturing,
Maintenance, Transportation Equipment,
Electrical Equipment, Instruments or Fabricated
Metal Precuts
Petroleum Engineering
This study involves the design, development
and process of finding minerals, oils and
natural gases. It will appeal to those interested
in the design and improvement of systems used
in gas and oil production.
Employment opportunities
Oil & Gas Extraction, Refinery Plants,
Oil Companies, Independent Oil Exploration,
Production or Service Companies
Computer Engineering
This study involves the research, design,
development and testing of computer systems.
It also includes the supervision of the
manufacturing and installation of computers
and computer-related equipment. It will appeal
to students interested in computer languages,
structure, programs, modeling and also
hardware and software development.
Employment opportunities
Computer Industries, Manufacturing,
Communication or Engineering Consulting Firms
Electrical / Electronic Engineering
This study involves the design, development,
testing and supervision of electrical and
electronic equipment manufacturing. It
will appeal to students with an interest in
developing and working with electrical and
electronic system designs.
Employment opportunities
Engineering & Business Consulting Firms,
Industries that manufacture Electrical &
Electronic Devices, Office & Industrial
Machinery or Communication & Transport Firms
Biomedical Engineering
Biomedical Engineering combines medical and
biological studies with engineering analysis
and design, with an emphasis on analyzing
biological organisms as engineering systems
and applying engineering approaches to clinical,
biomedical research and medical problems.
By applying engineering methods such as robots
for eye surgery, implantable defibrillators,
artificial organs and tissues, prosthetics and
the like, biomedical engineering aims to improve
our quality of life.
Employment opportunities
Pharmaceuticals, Medical Devices,
Artificial Organs, Prosthetics & Sensory Aids,
Diagnostics, Medical Instrumentation,
Medical Imaging, Medical Schools, Sports
Medicine or Hospitals
Bioengineering
Bioengineering refers to a discipline that works
with living systems, including humans, plants
and even microscopic organisms. Though this
discipline may overlap slightly with Biomedical
Engineering, Bioengineering applies principles
of life science, mathematics and engineering to
define and solve problems in the fields of biology,
medicine and healthcare as well as areas of
agriculture engineering and national defense.
Popular universities for Engineering
Sample curriculum for Year 1 & 2
US Universities
• California State University, Fresno
• Illinois Institute of Technology
• Iowa State University
• Michigan State University
• Michigan Technological University
• Missouri University of Science and Technology
• Ohio State University
• Oklahoma State University
• Purdue University
• University at Buffalo
• University of Kentucky
• University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
• University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
• University of Nebraska-Lincoln
• University of Wisconsin-Madison
• West Virginia University Institute of Technology
• Wichita State University
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Canadian Universities
• University of Manitoba
• University of New Brunswick
• University of Saskatchewan
• University of Windsor
Calculus with Analytical Geometry 1
Calculus with Analytical Geometry 2
Calculus with Analytical Geometry 3
Circuit Theory 1, Lab
Circuit Theory 2, Lab
Differential Equations
English Composition 1
Engineering Graphics
Engineering Mechanics 1 – Statics
Engineering Mechanics 2 – Dynamics
Engineering Economics
Essentials of Public Speaking
Fine Arts Electives
General Chemistry 1, Lab
General Chemistry 2, Lab
General Physics 1, Lab
General Physics 2, Lab
Humanities Electives
Introduction to Computers &
Information Processing
Introduction to Engineering
Introduction to Fluid Mechanics
Introduction to Linear Algebra
Social Sciences Electives
Thermodynamics
Employment opportunities
Pharmaceuticals, Medical Devices, Artificial
Organs, Prosthetics & Sensory Aids,
Diagnostic, Medical Instrumentation, Medical
Imaging, Medical Schools, Hospitals, Computer
Modeling of Physiologic Systems, Biomaterials
Design, or the design of agriculture-related
devices & equipment
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HEALTH &
APPLIED
SCIENCES
People are becoming more conscious
about their health, especially with
increased life expectancy and improved
quality of life. The demand for medical
and health professionals is increasing
and a wealth of career opportunities
is available. 2005 Statistics from the
Ministry of Health Malaysia indicate that
the ratio of health professionals to the
population was still low compared with
developed countries.
Popular majors /
partial list of majors available
Medical Technology
Medical Technology involves the study of
micro-organisms through the examination of
body fluids, tissues, cells, chemical content of
fluids, and blood samples. Medical technology
professionals, also known as clinical laboratory
scientists, perform routine and complex tests
via sophisticated instrumentation to detect,
diagnose and treat diseases as well as monitor
new patients to ensure quality patient care.
Employment opportunities
• Medical Laboratories or Offices, Clinics, Blood
Banks, Research & Testing Laboratories,
Government & Public Health Agencies
• Occupations include Analytical Chemist,
Bacteriologist, Blood Banking Technologist,
Medical Technologist, Public Health
Specialist, Microbiologist, Parasitologist,
Toxicologist
Neuroscience
This study is a multidisciplinary field that
includes psychology, computer science,
statistics, physics and medicine in the
scientific study of the nervous system and its
components as well as functional activities at
the molecular, cellular, system, behavioral and
cognitive levels.
Employment opportunities
Medical Laboratories, Hospitals, Universities,
Research & Testing Laboratories, Government
& Public Health Agencies
Food Science and Nutrition
The multidisciplinary study of food and the
application of knowledge to the development of
food products and processes, the preservation
and storage of foods, and the assurance of
food safety and quality. Nutritional Science also
examines the effects of food components on the
metabolism, health, performance and disease
resistance of humans and animals, including
the study of human behaviors related to foods.
Employment opportunities
Fitness Centers, Food or Pharmaceutical
Companies, Public Health Agencies or
Educational Institutions
Dietetics
This study involves the planning of food and
nutrition as well as supervising the preparation
and serving of meals. Dieticians also help
prevent and treat illnesses by promoting
healthy eating habits, scientifically evaluating
clients’ diets and suggesting diet medications.
Employment opportunities
Schools, Clinics, Hospitals, Nursing Homes,
Cafeterias, Food Manufacturing, Marketing,
Advertising, Wellness Programs, Sports Teams,
Supermarkets or Healthcare Facilities
Nursing
Jobs for nurses are abundant world-wide. The
shortage of over 300,000 nurses world-wide is
expected to grow to over 800,000 in the next
15 to 20 years. BSN (Bachelor of Nursing) is a
four-year program that focuses on the practical
applications of nursing and expands into the
theoretical realms of patient care.
Employment opportunities
• Hospitals, Clinics, Physician Offices,
Schools, Private Duty & Home Health
• Nurses also work in the legal arena as
Consultants & Lawyers with a Nursing
Degree, for Insurance Companies, as Clinical
Researchers, Sales Representatives for Drug
Companies & Medical Equipment Firms,
or Teachers in Nursing Schools
Nanotechnology
This study is the development of new devices,
materials and structures that are well below
the one micron size scale. Nanotechnology
advances enable the development of
fundamental building blocks in the electronics,
photonics, and materials sectors, sensors,
biomimetic and biocompatible platforms
throughout the biomedical and health sector.
The science explores the possibilities of
detecting molecules of chemical warfare
agents, creating a new generation of computer
components, or making medical strides on the
molecular level.
Employment opportunities
Electronics / Semiconductor Industry,
Materials Science including Textiles, Polymers &
Packaging, Auto & Aerospace Industries,
Sports Equipment, Pharmaceuticals including
Drug Delivery, Cosmetics, Biotechnology,
Medical Fields, Optoelectronics, Environmental
Monitoring & Control, Food Science including
Quality Control & Packaging, Forensics,
University & Federal Lab Research
Astrophysics
This study focuses on the theoretical
and observational study of the structure,
properties, and behavior of stars, star
systems and clusters, stellar life cycles, and
related phenomena. Astrophysicists interpret
observational data with the laws of physics and
mathematics and include areas in cosmology,
plasma kinetics, stellar physics, convolution
and non-equilibrium radiation transfer theory,
non-Euclidean geometries, mathematical
modeling, galactic structure theory, and
relativistic astronomy.
Employment opportunities
University Researcher, Research Equipment
Designer, Planetarium Technician,
Computational Astrophysicist, Solar Astronomer,
Cosmologist, Planetary Scientist, Telescope
Engineer, Support Astronomer, Professor
Forensics
This interdisciplinary study draws from
chemistry, biology, agriculture, physics,
psychology and law to apply techniques and
principles of the natural and physical sciences
to the analysis of evidence collected during
criminal investigations. Students learn to
perform tests on substances like glass, fiber,
tissue, hair and body fluids. Some programs
allow for a specialization in specific areas such
as DNA, ballistics, blood or firearms.
Popular universities for
Health & Applied Sciences
US Universities
• Iowa State University
• Kansas State University
• Louisiana State University
• Michigan State University
• Ohio State University
• Purdue University
• Rutgers, State University of New Jersey
• University at Buffalo
• University of Iowa
• University of Missouri-Columbia
• University of Nebraska-Lincoln
• University of Oklahoma-Norman
• University of Wisconsin-Madison
Canadian Universities
• University of Lethbridge
• University of Manitoba
• University of Saskatchewan
• University of Windsor
• Memorial University of Newfoundland
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Calculus with Analytic Geometry 2
Cell Biology, Lab
English Composition 1
English Composition 2
Essentials of Public Speaking
Fine Arts Electives
Genetics 1, Lab
Genetics 2, Lab
General Biochemistry 1, Lab
General Biochemistry 2, Lab
General Chemistry 1, Lab
General Chemistry 2, Lab
General Immunology, Lab
General Microbiology, Lab
General Physics 1, Lab
General Physics 2, Lab
Humanities Electives
Introduction to Computer &
Information Processing
Non-Science General Electives
Organic Chemistry 1, Lab
Organic Chemistry 2, Lab
Principles of Biology 1, Lab
Principles of Biology 2, Lab
Social Sciences Electives
Employment opportunities
Crime Laboratories, Specialized Private
Laboratories, Law Enforcement Agencies,
Forensic Laboratories, Research Scientists,
Medical Laboratories, Medical Examiner Offices,
Hospitals, Private Firms or Universities
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MASS COMMUNICATION
A broad study of the ways in which
information is conveyed through mass
media to society, it is generally divided
into two forms of media: print and
electronic. Print media includes magazines,
newspapers and non-periodical publications
such as posters, newsletters, brochures
and annual reports. Electronic media
includes television, radio, video and audio
production. New Media, increasingly popular
in the field of mass communication,
refers to computer-generated audio and
video production.
Popular majors /
partial list of majors available
Journalism
Journalism is a discipline of gathering, writing
and reporting news, and more broadly, it
includes the process of editing and presenting
news articles. It applies to various media,
including newspapers, magazines, radio,
internet, digital photography and television.
Journalists are expected to be at the scene of
a story to gather information for their reports
in the field. Reports are almost always edited
in newsrooms, the offices where journalists
and editors work to prepare news content.
Developing investigative skills will lead to
better research and reports.
Employment opportunities
Journalist, Broadcast Journalist, Film Director
or Film Producer
Advertising
This study involves the planning, creation,
production and placement of ads (print) and
commercials (broadcast). It includes theoretical
and applied aspects of advertising, the design
of both periodical and specialized publications.
Advertising agencies are responsible for
practically all newspaper and consumer
magazine ads, outdoor and indoor displays,
radio and television commercials, and ads that
appear in professional, technical and businessto-business publications. They must create
advertisements that persuade the public to buy
a product.
Employment opportunities
Desktop Publishing Artist, Advertisement
Producer, Advertisement Director, Editor
or Scriptwriter
Mass Communication
This study concerns the practical
application, structure, processes, aesthetics,
responsibilities and effects of the mass media
and the investigation of the role mass media
has played, and continues to play on society
and the individual. Mass Communication majors
seek out how and why media reflects our social
values, and how public policy draws boundaries
for such mediums of communication. Students
will understand and apply ethical principles
that can be used to prevent and resolve
potential conflicts and dilemmas in the
operation of the mass media, and legal issues
and regulations affecting mass communication.
Employment opportunities
A professional course in mass communication
opens doors for a career in Films & TV,
Publishing, Public Relations, Print &
Broadcast Journalism, New Media, Integrated
Communication, Strategic Public Relations,
Editing, Direction, Filmmaking, Scriptwriting,
or Production
Radio and Television
(Broadcast Journalism)
This study examines the history, theory,
criticism, and nuts-and-bolts production
practices of radio, television, and film. In short,
students will learn how to create all manner
of electronic media from scratch. The goal of
any Radio and Television program is to prepare
students for an entry-level position and,
ultimately, a successful career in the media.
Employment opportunities
Radio & Television Stations,
Government Agencies, Public Relations,
Non-governmental Organizations
Public Relations
Public Relations are vital in every organization
as it contributes to a firm’s or institution’s
brand identity. It understands and places high
value on the establishment of professional
and interpersonal relationships. Students
will develop decision-making, strategic
management, and critical thinking abilities and
acquisition of theoretical and research-based
knowledge important for their success in the
working world.
Employment opportunities
Public Relations Executive, Corporate
Communications Executive
New Media
New Media is a multidisciplinary study of
emerging forms of media, digital information
and technology, often combining it with
traditional journalism studies. New media
demands adapting to new technology and
trends while still maintaining the traditional
skills and work ethic of professional reporters,
journalists, artists and designers.
Popular universities for Mass Communication
Sample curriculum for Year 1 & 2
US Universities
• Michigan State University
• Ohio State University
• Oklahoma State University
• St. Cloud State University
• University of Hawaii at Manoa
• University of Kansas-Lawrence
• University of Missouri-Columbia
• University of Missouri-Kansas City
• University of Nebraska-Lincoln
• University of Washington
• University of Wisconsin-Madison
• Wichita State University
• Winona State University
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• University of New Brunswick
• University of Windsor
Advertising Copywriting
Business Communication
Concept of Calculus / College Algebra
English Composition 1
English Composition 2
Essentials of Public Speaking
Fine Arts Electives
Humanities Electives
Introduction to Advertising
Introduction to Computer &
Information Processing
Introduction to Interpersonal Communication
Introduction to Intercultural Communication
Introduction to Mass Communication
Mass Media & Society
Natural Sciences Electives
Social Sciences Electives
Writing to Mass Media
Employment opportunities
On-demand News & Entertainment, Social
Media & Online Networking, Computer Graphics &
Animation, Multimedia & Interactive Design,
Web Design & Production, Advertising
Design, Virtual Environments, Game Design &
Simulation, Advertising, Journalism, Promotion,
Media Research
Communication
Communication is the study of how and why
certain messages influence individual and
group behavior, how our reactions reflect
underlying values of society, communication
theories of monumental speeches, revolutionary
political campaigns, radical social movements,
and the trends in styles of news reporting.
The focus will be on different forms of speaking
and writing, strategies of speakers and writers,
verbal and nonverbal messages, and forms
of rhetoric, from classical Roman orations to
modern day websites, film and television.
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PSYCHOLOGY
Psychology is the study of the human mind
and behavior. It explores the processes
involved in normal and abnormal thoughts,
feelings and actions. Psychologists conduct
basic and applied research, test intelligence
and personality, assess the behavior,
mental functions and well-being of human
beings, diagnose and provide treatment.
Research-based psychologists examine
the cognitive, emotional, physical and
social factors of human behavior whereas
psychologists in applied fields focus on
mental healthcare in hospitals, clinics,
schools, private and government settings.
Popular majors /
partial list of majors available
Clinical Psychology
Clinical psychologists assess and treat mental,
emotional and behavioral disorders. They
usually interview patients, give diagnostic
tests, and may design and implement behavior
modification programs. They provide patients
the means to adjust to life, even helping
medical and surgical patients deal with
illnesses or accidents. Clinical psychologists
usually work in counseling centers, hospitals,
clinics or community centers.
Counseling Psychology
Counseling psychologists help people to
accommodate to change and to deal with
problems in their everyday lives using various
techniques. They usually work in universities,
counseling centers, and hospitals.
Development Psychology
Development psychologists study the
physiological, cognitive, and social development
of human beings throughout life, and may also
study developmental disabilities and their
effects on the individual. Some specialize
in behavior and disabilities during infancy,
childhood, adolescence or changes during
maturity or old age.
Educational Psychology
Educational psychologists concentrate on how
effective teaching and learning can influence
a student’s motivation and classroom behavior.
Social Psychology
The study of how a person’s mental life and
behavior are shaped by interactions with other
people. Social psychologists often work in
market research and system design.
Sports Psychology
This field helps athletes with focus, motivation
and dealing with the fear of failure in competition.
Experimental Psychology
Experimental psychologists work in universities
and research centers to study the behavior
processes of human beings and animals.
Prominent areas of study include motivation,
learning, attention, sensory & perceptual
process, substance abuse and its effects,
cognition, as well as genetic and neurological
factors affecting human behavior.
Forensic Psychology
Psychological principles are applied to legal
issues and their forensic psychologist expertise
is often essential in court. Some forensic
psychologists are trained in both psychology
and law.
Industrial / Organizational Psychology
Principles and research methods are applied
to the work place to improve productivity and
quality of work. Industrial psychologists can
be involved in researching management and
marketing problems within an organization.
School Psychology
School psychologists work directly with public
and private schools to assess and counsel
students, consult with parents and school
staff and conduct behavioral intervention
when appropriate. They often work to improve
classroom management strategies and skills,
parenting skills, deal with substance abuse,
students with disabilities and gifted students.
Employment opportunities
This provides a strong background for students
who wish to pursue advanced degrees and
subsequent careers in Academic Psychology,
Research, Clinical Psychology, Medicine & Law,
Employment & Educational Counseling, Survey &
Research, Social Work, Labor Relations or
Management & Productivity Improvement,
Rehabilitation Centers, Welfare Agencies,
Health Education Institutions, Public Statistical
Agencies, Business, Sales, Service Industries or
in Administrative Support
Popular universities for Psychology
US Universities
• Indiana University of Pennsylvania
• Iowa State University
• Michigan State University
• University at Buffalo
• University of Central Arkansas
• University of Kansas
• University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
• University of Missouri-Columbia
• University of Missouri-Kansas City
• University of Nebraska-Lincoln
• University of Oklahoma-Norman
• Wichita State University
• Winona State University
Canadian Universities
• Acadia University
• Trent University
• University of Lethbridge
• University of Manitoba
• University of New Brunswick
• University of Saskatchewan
• University of Windsor
• University of Winnipeg
Sample curriculum for Year 1 & 2
• College Algebra
• Concepts of Calculus
• English Composition 1
• English Composition 2
• Essentials of Public Speaking
• Fine Arts Electives
• Fundamentals of Abnormal Psychology
• General Psychology
• Human Development / Development
Psychology
• Humanities Electives
• Introduction to Computers &
Information Processing
• Introduction to Personality
• Natural Science Electives
• Perception & Cognition
• Principles of Biology 1
• Psychology of Personal Adjustment
• Research Methods in Behavioral Sciences
• Social Psychology
• Social Sciences Electives
• Statistical Methods
4+0 BACHELOR OF
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
(DUAL MAJOR)
MARKETING & MANAGEMENT
In collaboration with
Northwood University, US
This degree focuses on the various
aspects of marketing, including
business-to-business, research and
marketing management, with the
development of a marketing plan
as a capstone marketing project.
Total Credit Hours: 139
Offered at
INTI International College Subang
KPT/JPS(A5699)03/2015
INTAKES: JAN, MAY & AUG
Duration
4 Years
Sample study plan
General education core
• Basic Computer Applications
• Biodiversity
• Business Law 1
• Career Development
• College Algebra
• Composition 1
• Composition 2
• Communication & Interpersonal Relations
• Cultural Anthropology
• Environmental Science
• Ethics
• Foundations of Modern World 1
• Foundations of Modern World 2
• Introduction to American Government
• Introduction to Art / Music
• Philosophy of American Enterprise
• Principles of Macroeconomics
• Principles of Microeconomics
• Principles of Psychology
• Speech Communication
• Statistics 1
MPU subjects
• Bahasa Kebangsaan A*
• Community Service & Co-curriculum
• Entrepreneurship
• Ethnic Relations (Local students) /
Communicating in Malay 3 (International
students)
• Islamic & Asian Civilisation (Local
students) / Malaysian Studies 3
(International students)
Business core
• Financial Management
• Fundamentals of Financial Accounting
• Fundamentals of Managerial Accounting
• Organizational Behavior
• Principles of Management
• Principles of Marketing
• Strategic Planning
*For Malaysian students who do not have a credit in SPM
Electives
• Applied Communications
• Open Elective
• Philosophy of Religion
Majors
• Consumer Behavior
• E-Commerce
• International Marketing
• International Trade
• Marketing Management
• Marketing Research
• Principles of Advertising
• Principles of Selling
• Sales Management
• Statistics 2
Management core
• Human Resource Management
• International Management
• Management of Information Technologies
• Operations Management
• Practice of Management & Leadership
Northwood University
Named ‘Business Specialty School’ by the US
News & World Report, it is accredited by the
higher learning commission and is a member
of the North Central Association.
Northwood University at INTI
The 4+0 Northwood Business program offered
at INTI International College Subang enables
students to complete their American degree
without compromising on quality. Students
who complete this 4+0 Bachelor of Business
Administration at INTI will be accorded an
identical award as in the US.
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4+0 BACHELOR OF
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
(DUAL MAJOR)
INTERNATIONAL
BUSINESS & MANAGEMENT
In collaboration with
Northwood University, US
This program focuses on the emerging
global business environment. Courses
include trade, finance, marketing,
management, culture, world geography
and comparative economic systems. This
program also includes a foreign language.
Total Credit Hours: 139
Offered at
INTI International College Subang
KPT/JPS(A10409)12/2014
INTAKES: JAN, MAY & AUG
Duration
4 Years
Sample study plan
General education core
• Basic Computer Applications
• Career Development
• College Algebra
• Composition 1
• Composition 2
• Communication & Interpersonal Relations
• Cultural Anthropology
• Environmental Science
• Ethics
• Foundations of Modern World 1
• Foundations of Modern World 2
• Introduction to American Government
• Philosophy of American Enterprise
• Principles of Macroeconomics
• Principles of Microeconomics
• Principles of Psychology
• Speech Communication
• Statistics 1
• Statistics 2 / Biodiversity
MPU subjects
• Bahasa Kebangsaan A*
• Community Service & Co-curriculum
• Ethnic Relations (Local students) /
Communicating in Malay 3
(International students)
• Entrepreneurship
• Islamic & Asian Civilisation
(Local students) / Malaysian Studies 3
(International students)
Business core
• Business Law 1
• Cases & Problems
in Global Entrepreneurship
• Financial Management
• Fundamentals of Financial Accounting
• Fundamentals of Managerial Accounting
• Organizational Behavior
• Principles of Management
• Principles of Marketing
• Strategic Planning
*For Malaysian students who do not have a credit in SPM BM.
Electives
• Applied Communications
• Introduction to Art
• Introduction to Music
• Internship
• Philosophy of Religion
Major courses
• Comparative Economic Systems
• Foreign Language 1, 2, 3 & 4
• International Finance
• International Law
• International Management
• International Marketing
• International Trade
• Introduction to International Business
Management core
• Human Resource Management
• Management of Information Technologies
• Management Electives
• Operations Management
• Practice of Management & Leadership
Northwood University
Named ‘Business Specialty School’ by the US
News & World Report, it is accredited by the
higher learning commission and is a member of
the North Central Association.
Northwood University at INTI
The 4+0 Northwood Business program offered
at INTI International College Subang enables
students to complete their American degree
without compromising on quality. Students
who complete this 4+0 Bachelor of Business
Administration at INTI will be accorded an
identical award as in the US.
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LIST OF POPULAR UNIVERSITIES
List of some popular universities with approximate tuition cost and other expenses (USD) per annum
University (United States)
Tuition & Fees
Room & Board
Total Expenses*
Ranking
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Arizona State University, Tempe, ARIZONA
24,503.00
14,896.00
39,399.00
NU - T1 #142
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California State University-Fresno, CALIFORNIA
17,447.00
11,924.00
29,371.00
RUW - T1 #36
3
Cornell University, Ithaca, NEW YORK
47,885.00
16,260.00
64,145.00
NU - T1 #16
4
Drake University, Des Moines, IOWA
32,246.00
13,570.00
45,816.00
RUMW - T1 #3
5
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Daytona Beach, FLORIDA
31,948.00
11,250.00
43,198.00
RUS - T1 #11
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Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, ILLINOIS
39,975.00
17,270.00
57,245.00
NU - T1 #109
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Indiana University Bloomington, Bloomington, INDIANA
33,417.00
16,063.00
49,480.00
NU - T1 #75
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Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana, PENNSYLVANIA
19,600.00
13,000.00
32,600.00
NU - T1 #177
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Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis, Indianapolis, INDIANA
29,290.00
13,762.00
43,052.00
NU - T2
10
Iowa State University of Science & Technology, Ames, IOWA
22,578.00
13,850.00
36,428.00
NU - T1 #101
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Michigan State University, East Lansing, MICHIGAN
34,796.00
12,488.00
47,284.00
NU - T1 #73
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Missouri University of Science & Technology, Rolla, MISSOURI
24,931.00
16,298.00
41,229.00
NU - T1 # 128
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Montana State University, Bozeman, MONTANA
20,500.00
8,000.00
28,500.00
NU - T1 #201
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Northwestern University, Evanston, ILLINOIS
45,120.00
18,108.00
63,228.00
NU - T1 #12
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Northwood University, Midland, MICHIGAN
23,132.00
14,291.00
37,423.00
USS - B
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Ohio State University, Columbus, OHIO
30,118.00
15,349.00
45,467.00
NU - T1 #52
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Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OKLAHOMA
25,040.00
9,630.00
34,670.00
NU - T1 #142
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Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PENNSYLVANIA
22,800.00
24,000.00
46,800.00
NU - T1 #37
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Purdue University, West Lafayette, INDIANA
31,832.00
13,400.00
45,232.00
NU - T1 #68
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Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, New Brunswick, NEW JERSEY
31,041.00
15,959.00
47,000.00
NU - T1 #69
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San Jose State University, San Jose, CALIFORNIA
16,311.00
13,404.00
29,715.00
RUW - T1 #36
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San Francisco State University, San Francisco, CALIFORNIA
15,378.00
18,885.00
34,263.00
RUW - T1 #54
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State University of New York at Binghamton, Binghamton, NEW YORK
18,389.00
12,956.00
31,345.00
NU - T1 #97
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State University of New York at Buffalo, Buffalo, NEW YORK
22,057.00
11,857.00
33,914.00
NU - T1 #109
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State University of New York at Stony Brook, Stony Brook, NEW YORK
17,810.00
17,090.00
34,900.00
NU - T1 #82
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Texas A & M University, College Station, TEXAS
24,949.00
12,906.00
37,855.00
NU - T1 #69
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University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, ARKANSAS
35,589.00
12,094.00
47,683.00
NU - T1 #128
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University of Central Arkansas, Conway, ARKANSAS
7,004.00
18,104.00
25,108.00
RUS - T1 #66
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University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, OKLAHOMA
11,600.00
9,350.00
20,950.00
RUW - T1 #75
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University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu, HAWAII
26,712.00
16,947.00
43,659.00
NU - T1 #158
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University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Champaign, ILLINOIS
41,000.00
15,200.00
56,200.00
NU - T1 #41
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University of Iowa, Iowa City, IOWA
29,992.00
9,500.00
39,492.00
NU - T1 #73
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University of Kansas, Lawrence, KANSAS
22,832.00
11,236.00
34,068.00
NU - T1 #101
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University of Kentucky, Lexington, KENTUCKY
21,150.00
12,100.00
33,250.00
NU - T1 #119
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University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MICHIGAN
39,785.00
13,098.00
52,883.00
NU - T1 #28
*Fees are subject to change without prior notice by respective university.
University (United States)
Tuition & Fees
Room & Board
Total Expenses*
Ranking
36
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities Campus, Minneapolis, MINNESOTA
23,436.00
14,350.00
37,786.00
NU - T1 #69
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University of Missouri, Columbia, MISSOURI
19,334.00
15,666.00
35,000.00
NU - T1 #97
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University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NEBRASKA
22,435.00
16,908.00
39,343.00
NU - T1 #101
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University of Northern Iowa, IOWA
16,965.00
11,695.00
28,660.00
RUMW - T1#13
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University of Oklahoma, Norman, OKLAHOMA
22,560.00
15,493.00
38,053.00
NU - T1 #101
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University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VIRGINIA
44,414.00
15,156.00
59,570.00
NU - T1 #23
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University of Washington, Seattle, WASHINGTON
36,322.00
9,771.00
46,093.00
NU - T1 #52
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University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, WISCONSIN
16,710.00
12,160.00
28,870.00
RUMW - T1 #30
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University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WISCONSIN
26,652.00
20,395.00
47,047.00
NU - T1 #41
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Washington State University, Pullman, WASHINGTON
28,265.00
15,835.00
44,100.00
NU - T1 #128
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Wichita State University, Wichita, KANSAS
14,979.00
10,652.00
25,631.00
NU - T2
47
Winona State University, Winona, MINNESOTA
14,477.00
9,480.00
23,957.00
RUMW - T1 #65
List of some popular universities with approximate tuition cost and other expenses (CND) per annum
University (Canada)
Tuition & Fees
Room & Board
Total Expenses*
Ranking
1
Acadia University, NOVA SCOTIA
15,083.00
12,542.00
27,625.00
N/A
2
Trent University, ONTARIO
20,089.44
12,137.97
32,227.41
N/A
3
University of Lethbridge, ALBERTA
16,071.30
12,100.00
28,171.30
N/A
4
University of Manitoba, MANITOBA
16,800.00
10,698.00
27,498.00
N/A
5
University of New Brunswick, NEW BRUNSWICK
14,221.00
12,426.00
26,647.00
N/A
6
University of Saskatchewan, SASKATCHEWAN
18,637.00
9,292.50
27,965.50
N/A
7
University of Victoria, BRITISH COLUMBIA
16,366.00
10,580.00
26,946.00
N/A
8
University of Windsor, ONTARIO
16,500.00
12,500.00
29,000.00
N/A
9
University of Winnipeg, MANITOBA
13,178.00
9,597.00
22,775.00
N/A
10
University of Waterloo, ONTARIO
23,852.94
15,500.00
39,352.94
N/A
11
Memorial University of Newfoundland
8,800.00
10,670.00
19,470.00
N/A
*Fees are subject to change without prior notice by respective university.
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Albion College, Albion, Michigan
Alfred University, Alfred, New York
American InterContinental University, Los Angeles, California
American International College, Springfield, Massachusetts
Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona
Arkansas State University, Jonesboro, Arkansas
Arkansas Tech University, Russellville, Arkansas
Ashland University, Ashland, Ohio
Augustana College, Sioux Falls, South Dakota
Bastyr University, Kenmore, Washington
Arcadia College, Glenside (Previously Beaver College), Pennsylvania
Beloit College, Beloit, Wisconsin
Bemidji State University, Bemidji, Minnesota
Bethany College, Bethany, West Virginia
Boise State University, Boise, Idaho
Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, Ohio
Bradford College, Bradford, Massachusetts
Bryant College, Smithfield, Rhode Island
Brookhaven College, Dallas, Texas
Buffalo State College, Buffalo, New York
California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, California
California State University-Dominguez Hills, Carson, California
California State University, Chico, California
California State University, Fresno, California
California State University, Hayward, California
California State University, Long Beach, California
California State University, Los Angeles, California
California State University, Sacramento, California
California State University, San Bernardino, California
California State University, San Francisco, California
California University of Pennsylvania, California, Pennsylvania
Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Central Michigan University, Mount Pleasant, Michigan
Central Missouri State University, Warrensburg, Missouri
Cleveland State University, Cleveland, Ohio
Coe College, Cedar Rapids, Iowa
College of St. Catherine, St. Paul, Minnesota
Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Ohio
Columbus State Community College, Columbus, Ohio
Concordia University Wisconsin, Mequon, Wisconsin
Concordia University, Portland, Oregon
Cornell University, Ithaca, New York
Creighton University, Omaha, Nebraska
Cumberland College, Williamsburg, Kentucky
Dallas Baptist University, Dallas, Texas
DePaul University, Chicago, Illinois
Drake University, Des Moines, Iowa
Drexel University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Eastern Connecticut State University, Willimantic, Connecticut
Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, Michigan
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Daytona Beach, Florida
Emerson College, Boston, Massachusetts
Emporia State University, Emporia, Kansas
Fairfield University, Fairfield, Connecticut
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Finlandia University, Hancock, Michigan
Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne, Florida
Franklin University, Columbus, Ohio
Fresno City College, Fresno, California
Geneva College, Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania
George Fox University, Newberg, Oregon
George Washington University, Washington D.C.
Georgia State University, Atlanta, Georgia
Golden Gate University, San Francisco, California
Goldey-Beacom College, Wilmington, Delaware
Graceland University, Lamoni, Iowa
Grand Valley State University, Allendale, Michigan
Gustavus Adolphus College, St. Peter, Minnesota
Hawaii Pacific University, Honolulu, Hawaii
Hood College, Frederick, Maryland
Idaho State University, Pocatello, Idaho
Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, Illinois
Indiana State University, Terre Haute, Indiana
Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne, Fort Wayne, Indiana
Indiana University Bloomington, Bloomington, Indiana
Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana, Pennsylvania
Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis, Indianapolis, Indiana
Indiana University South Bend, South Bend, Indiana
Iowa State University of Science and Technology, Ames, Iowa
Ithaca College, Ithaca, New York
Johnson & Wales University, Providence, Rhode Island
Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas
Kansas Wesleyan University, Salina, Kansas
King College, Bristol, Tennessee
Kirkwood College, Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Knox College, Galesburg, Illinois
La Sierra University, Riverside, California
Lebanon Valley College, Annville, Pennsylvania
Lehigh University, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
Lewis & Clark College, Portland, Oregon
Linfield College McMinnville, Oregon
Loma Linda University, Loma Linda, California
Louisiana State University and Agricultural and Mechanical College,
Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Louisiana Tech University, Ruston, Louisiana
Luther College, Decorah, Iowa
Lynn University, Boca Raton, Florida
Marist College, Poughkeepsie, New York
Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Marshall University, Huntington, West Virginia
Mary Baldwin College, Staunton, Virginia
McNeese State University, Lake Charles, Louisiana
Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan
Michigan Technological University, Houghton, Michigan
Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Millersville University of Pennsylvania, Millersville, Pennsylvania
Milligan College, Milligan, Tennessee
Millikin University, Decatur, Illinois
Milwaukee School of Engineering, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Mississippi State University, Mississippi State, Mississippi
Mississippi University for Women, Columbus, Mississippi
Montana State University, Bozeman, Montana
Montana Tech of the University of Montana, Butte, Montana
Morehead State University, Morehead, Kentucky
Morningside College, Sioux City, Iowa
Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, Massachusetts
Mount Ida College, Newton Center, Massachusetts
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Murray State University, Murray, Kentucky
Norfolk State University, Norfolk, Virginia
North Central College, Naperville, Illinois
North Dakota State University, Fargo, North Dakota
North Seattle Community College, Seattle, Washington
Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, Arizona
Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts
Northern Illinois University, De Kalb, Illinois
Northwest Missouri State University, Maryville, Missouri
Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois
Northwood University, Cedar Hill, Texas
Northwood University, Midland, Michigan
Northwood University, West Palm Beach, Florida
Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio
Oklahoma City University, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, Oklahoma
Old Dominion University, Norfolk, Virginia
Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon
Pacific Union College, Angwin, California
Pasadena City College, Pasadena, California
Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania Valley Community College, Kansas City, Missouri
Pittsburg State University, Pittsburg, Kansas
Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana
Radford University, Radford, Virginia
Rancho Santiago College, Santa Ana, California
Richmond, the American International University, United Kingdom
Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, New York
Roosevelt University, Chicago, Illinois
Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, New Brunswick, New Jersey
Saginaw Valley State University, University Center, Michigan
San Diego State University, San Diego, California
San Francisco State University, San Francisco, California
San Jose State University, San Jose, California
Santa Monica College, Santa Monica, California
Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania, Slippery Rock, Pennsylvania
South Dakota State University, Brookings, South Dakota
Southeast Missouri State University, Cape Girardeau, Missouri
Southern Arkansas University-Magnolia, Magnolia, Arkansas
Southern College A & M University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, Carbondale, Illinois
Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville, Edwardsville, Illinois
Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas
Southwest Missouri State University, Springfield, Missouri
Southwest State University, Marshall, Minnesota
St. Cloud State University, St. Cloud, Minnesota
St. Michael’s College, Colchester, Vermont
St. Olaf College, Northfield, Minnesota
State University of New York-Binghamton University, Binghamton,
New York
State University of New York-University at Buffalo, Buffalo, New York
State University of New York-Stony Brook University, Stony Brook,
New York
State University of New York at Albany, Albany, New York
State University of New York at Brockport, Brockport, New York
State University of New York at New Plats, New Plats, New York
State University of New York at Oswego, Oswego, New York
State University of New York at Plattsburgh, Plattsburgh, New York
Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, New Jersey
Stockton State College, Pomona, New Jersey
Suffolk University, Boston, Massachusetts
Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York
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Tennessee Technological University, Cookeville, Tennessee
Texas A & M University, College Station, Texas
Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, Texas
Texas State University, San Marcos, Texas
Thiel College, Green Ville, Pennsylvania
Tiffin University, Tiffin, Ohio
Towson University, Towson, Maryland
Tri-State University, Angola, Indiana
Troy State University, Troy, Alabama
Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana
Union College, Lincoln, Nebraska
Union University, Jackson, Tennessee
University of Akron, Akron, Ohio
University of Alabama in Huntsville, Huntsville, Alabama
University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama
University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona
University of Arkansas at Little Rock, Little Rock, Arkansas
University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas
University of Bridgeport, Bridgeport, Connecticut
University of Central Arkansas, Conway, Arkansas
University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, Oklahoma
University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado
University of Colorado, Denver, Colorado
University of Dayton, Dayton, Ohio
University of Denver, Denver, Colorado
University of Dubuque, Dubuque, Colorado
University of Findlay, Findlay, Ohio
University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia
University of Hartford, West Hartford, Connecticut
University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu, Hawaii
University of Idaho, Moscow, Idaho
University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, Illinois
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Champaign, Illinois
University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa
University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas
University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky
University of Louisiana, Lafayette, Louisiana
University of Maine, Orono, Maine
University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Massachusetts
University of Massachusetts, Boston, Massachusetts
University of Massachusetts, Lowell, Massachusetts
University of Memphis, Memphis, Tennessee
University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan
University of Minnesota, Crookston Minnesota
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, Minneapolis, Minnesota
University of Mississippi, Oxford, Mississippi
University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri
University of Missouri, Kansas City, Missouri
Missouri University of Science & Technology, Rolla, Missouri
University of Missouri, St. Louis, Missouri
University of Montana, Missoula, Montana
University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska
University of Nevada, Reno, Nevada
University of New Orleans, New Orleans, Louisiana
University of North Alabama, Florence, Alabama
University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Charlotte, North Carolina
University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Greensboro, North Carolina
University of North Texas, Denton, Texas
University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls, Iowa
University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma
University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon
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University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
University of Portland, Portland, Oregon
University of Rhode Island, Kingston Rhode Island
University of San Francisco, San Francisco, California
University of Science & Arts of Oklahoma, Chickasha, California
University of South Alabama, Mobile, Alabama
University of South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina
University of South Dakota, Vermillion, South Dakota
University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida
University of Southern Colorado, Pueblo, Colorado
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, Chattanooga, Tennessee
University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee
University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, Texas
University of Texas at San Antonio, San Antonio, Texas
University of the Pacific, Stockton, California
University of Toledo, Toledo, Ohio
University of Tulsa, Tulsa, Oklahoma
University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah
University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia
University of Washington, Seattle, Washington
University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, Wisconsin
University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, La Crosse, Wisconsin
University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, Wisconsin
University of Wisconsin-River Falls, River Falls, Wisconsin
University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, Stevens Point, Wisconsin
University of Wisconsin-Stout, Menomonie, Wisconsin
University of Wyoming, Laramie, Wyoming
Upper Iowa University, Fayette, Iowa
Upsala College, East Orange, New Jersey
Utah State University, Logan, Utah
Valparaiso University, Valparaiso, Indiana
Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia
Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University,
Blacksburg, Virginia
Walsh University, North Canton, Ohio
Wartburg College, Waverly, Iowa
Washington State University, Pullman, Washington
Washington University in St. Louis, St. Louis, Missouri
Wayne State College, Wayne, Nebraska
West Virginia University, Morgantown, West Virginia
West Virginia University Institute of Technology, Montgomery,
West Virginia
Western Illinois University, Macomb, Illinois
Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan
Wichita State University, Wichita, Kansas
Widener University, Chester, Pennsylvania
Wilkes University, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania
Winona State University, Winona, Minnesota
Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio
Universities in Canada
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Acadia University, Wolfville, Nova Scotia
Athabasca University, Athabasca, Alberta
Carleton University, Ottawa, Ontario
McGill University, Montreal, Quebec
Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. Johns, Newfoundland
Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia
Trent University, Peterborough, Ontario
University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta
University Lethbridge, Lethbridge, Alberta
University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba
University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, New Brunswick
University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
University of Prince Edward Island, Charlottetown,
Prince Edward Island
University of Victoria, Victoria, British Columbia
University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario
University of Windsor, Windsor, Ontario
University of Winnipeg, Winnipeg, Manitoba
OTHERS
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2
3
American InterContinental University, London, United Kingdom
Huron University USA in London, United Kingdom
Hotelconsult, SHCC (Cesar Ritz) College, Switzerland
SCHOLARSHIPS FROM
FOREIGN UNIVERSITIES
Scholarships from US Universities 2011-2013 (USD)
JPA and MARA Scholars
UniversityAmount
INTI offers the most established American Degree Transfer Program (AUP) in Malaysia
and is one of the selected providers for Malaysian Public Service Department (JPA)
Scholarship and Majlis Amanah Rakyat (MARA) Scholarship recipients.
Drake University Drexel University Florida Institue of Technology
Illinois Institute of Technology Indiana University of Pennsylvania Indiana University Purdue University, Indianapolis
Iowa State University Linfield College
Marquette University
Montana State University-Bozeman
Northern Arizona University
Northwood University
Oklahoma State University
Pennsylvania State University-Erie Campus Pennsylvania State University-University Park Campus
Peru State College
Pittsburg State University
Portland State University
St. Cloud State University
University of Central Oklahoma
University of Kansas
University of Minnesota-Twin Cities
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
University of Northern Iowa University of the Cumberlands
University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
West Virginia University Institute of Technology
Winona State University Xavier University $
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
456,400.00
261,000.00
15,000.00
94,000.00
76,300.00
5,000.00
49,000.00
116,500.00
16,000.00
22,000.00
17,000.00
10,750.00
15,000.00
3,000.00
3,000.00
4,000.00
2,000.00
6,000.00
6,612.00
17,500.00
223,720.00
7,875.00
245,044.00
1,000.00
9,000.00
2,500.00
8,100.00
28,000.00
51,000.00
Grand Total
$1,772,301.00
University
Boston University Colorado School of Mines DePaul University Drake University
Drexel University George Washington University Indiana University-Bloomington Iowa State University Michigan State University
Michigan Technological University Missouri University of Science and Technology
Montana State University Northwestern University Ohio State University Pennsylvania State University-University Park Pennsylvania State University-Erie Campus
Purdue University Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Rice University Rochester Institute of Technology Rutgers State University of New Jersey Stevens Institute of Technology
Temple University Texas A & M University San Francisco State University SUNY-University of Buffalo SUNY-Stony Brook University Syracuse University University of Arizona University of California-Davis University of Colorado Boulder
University of Illinois-Urbana Champaign University of Iowa University of Kansas University of Kentucky University of Michigan-Ann Arbor University of Minnesota-Twin Cities University of Missouri-Columbia University of Nebraska-Lincoln University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill University of Pittsburgh University of Southern California University of Utah University of Virginia University of Wisconsin Madison
Utah State University West Virginia University
Wichita State University Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI)
Marquette University Xavier University
Total Scholars
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18
7
8
21
2
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40
28
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1
2
1
39
37
4
66
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3
5
5
4
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1
1
10
1
1
6
2
20
16
21
1
1
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15
7
14
2
16
1
1
4
83
1
12
3
1
1
1
Total622
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from inti
to usa
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1. LIM YI JEAN
Former School :SMK Damansara Utama, Selangor
University
:University of California, Berkeley
Major
:Economics and Business Administration
2. ASHWIN B ABDUL MALIK JEYARAJAH
Former School :Maktab Sultan Abu Bakar, Johor Bahru
University
:Purdue University
Major
:Aerospace Engineering
3.
ONG JIE YUEN
Former School :Wesley Methodist School, Kuala Lumpur
University
:Cornell University
Major
:Biology with Biochemistry Concentration
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4.
ASHLEY WONG
Former School :SMK Damansara Jaya, Selangor
University
:University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Major
:Psychology
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5.
NG MEI YI
Former School :SMK Bandar Sri Damansara, Selangor
University
:University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Major
:Actuarial Science
6.
MUHAMMAD TAUFIK B SANI
Former School :International School in Singapore
University
:University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Major
:Political Science
7.
ENG CHEE HUAT
Former School :SMK Kwang Hua, Klang, Selangor
University
:Binghamton University
Major
:Biochemistry
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8. KUAT ZHI QUAN
Former School :SMJK Chung Ling, Pulau Pinang
University
:State University of New York, Buffalo
Major
:Clinical Laboratory
9.
AW SZE YI
Former School :SMK Sultan Yahya Petra 1, Kelantan
University
:University of Waterloo
Major
:Mathematical Finance
10.ALBERT CHEAH KOK WEI
Former School :SMJK Chung Ling, Pulau Pinang
University
:Iowa State University
Major
:Mechanical Engineering
from inti
to usa
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11. AARON CHEONG
Former School :SMK Hamid Khan, Pulau Pinang
University
:Drake University
Major
:Actuarial Science
12.ONG CHEE YI
Former School :SMJK Chung Ling, Pulau Pinang
University
: University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Major
:Computer Engineering
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13.IVANA TJHEU
Former School :International School in Jakarta
University
: California State University, Fresno
Major
:Accounting
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14.ADRIAN SOON
Former School :SMJK Chung Ling, Pulau Pinang
University
:University of Texas at Austin
Major
:Computer Engineering
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15.LAU JUN QI
Former School :SMJK Chung Ling, Pulau Pinang
University
:University of Texas at Austin
Major
:Electrical & Electronic Engineering
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16.JANICE LOH YI SHIM
Former School :SMK Jalan Bukit, Kajang, Selangor
University
:Stony Brook University
Major
:Clinical Laboratory Science
17. REGINA NG LAI YAN
Former School :International School in Malaysia
University
:Drake University
Major
:Actuarial Science
18.LIM GUAN YOU
Former School :SMK Gajah Berang, Melaka
University
:Illinois Institute of Technology
Major
:Electrical Engineering
19.JOSEPHINE WEE
University
:Michigan State University, East landing, Michigan
Major
:Dual PhD in Food Science and Environmental Toxicology
20.THIVVIYAN AMIRTHALINGAM
University
:Purdue University
Major
:Computer and Information Technology
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CAMPUS LIFE
AT INTI
The campus is where it all happens. The
freedom to think. The spirit of discovery.
The lifeblood of life-long friendships and
partnerships. That’s why our campuses are
meticulously equipped to give you all the
facilities and amenities you need to learn,
share and grow with fellow students in an
open, clean and secure environment.
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3 4
1. Auditorium 2. Cafeteria 3. Swimming pool 4. Biotech lab
Campus accommodation
Academic facilities
Recreational facilities
• A total of 16 residential halls offering an
on-campus lifestyle
• Choice of single occupancy or twin sharing
rooms within walking distance to all
academic and recreational facilities
• All halls are equipped with activity rooms,
a common area for discussion, dining hall,
study rooms, television room and a pantry
• 24-hour security with guards assigned to
each hall
• All our classrooms and study halls have
audio-visual, media and computing facilities
to enhance learning
• Our resource centers contain comprehensive
collections of books, journals, periodicals,
student case studies and other related
publications
• We also have online digital libraries for
additional research
• Wide range of sporting arenas, including an
Olympic-sized swimming pool and facilities
for squash, basketball, table-tennis,
badminton, volleyball and football
• Other facilities include a multi-purpose hall,
body and mind fitness center, activity room,
cyber café, sidewalk café and cafeteria
Computing facilities
• Calendar of events for a thriving
student community
• An environment to mix and mingle
with students of different nationalities
and cultures
• Over 70 clubs and societies to suit and
foster different interests or hobbies
Lab facilities
• Our 33 well-equipped engineering workshops
and laboratories are among the biggest
in Malaysia
• We have six science laboratories fully outfitted
for experimentation and data gathering
• Our digital multimedia lab and computer
labs are equipped with the latest PCs,
workstations and speedy Internet connection
• We have IT labs with bundled software suites
and commercial programming software
• Wi-Fi hotspots are available throughout the
campus, so students can work anywhere
Student activities
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INTI INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE KUALA LUMPUR
INTI INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY
INTI INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE PENANG
INTI INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE SUBANG
INTI COLLEGE SABAH
INTI INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY KPT/JPS/DFT/US/NO1
Persiaran Perdana BBN, Putra Nilai, 71800 Nilai, Negeri Sembilan
Tel: 06-798 2000
OTHER CAMPUSES
INTI EDUCATION COUNSELING CENTERS
INTI INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE SUBANG DK249-01(B)
3, Jalan SS15/8, 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor
Tel: 03-5623 2800
JOHOR BAHRU
Suite 10.16, Level 10, JB City Square (Office Tower),
106-108, Jalan Wong Ah Fook, 80000 Johor Bahru
Tel: 07-221 4882
INTI INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE KUALA LUMPUR DK075(B)
(Formerly known as Metropolitan College)
Menara KH, Jalan Sultan Ismail, 50250 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 03-2052 2888
INTI INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE PENANG P4P 1003
1-Z, Lebuh Bukit Jambul, 11900 Penang
Tel: 04-631 0138
INTI COLLEGE SABAH S4P 0011
17-20, Phase 1B, Taman Putatan Baru,
88200 Kota Kinabalu, Sabah
Tel: 088-76 5701
newinti.edu.my
IPOH
5A, Jalan Dato Ahmad Said, Greentown Utama,
30450 Ipoh, Perak
Tel: 05-241 1933
MELAKA
203-A, Jalan Kenanga 3/29A,
Off Jalan Gajah Berang, 75200 Melaka
Tel: 06-282 0575
MUAR & BATU PAHAT (Education Counselor)
Tel: 012-383 7670
fb.com/INTI.edu
All information provided in this guide is correct at the time of printing, and subject to change from time to time.
Published: November 2014

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