• FEATURED,  UP AND COMING

    [Bakti Siswa 2018] An Interview with Program Director, Roshan Charles Razali

    Bakti Siswa, or more specifically,  “Bakti Siswa 2018 Mahasiswa Harapan Rakyat” will be taking place this 26-29 September in Pagoh, Johor. It will be the biggest voluntary program ever conducted by UNITEN, with the idea to instill the sense of giving to people who are less fortunate and given the scale of the event, inspire the people around them to engage in volunteering as well. This 120-person expedition will deploy students and staff members from both Putrajaya and Muadzam campuses, making it the first Bakti Siswa to involve both campuses.

  • FEATURED,  NEWS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS,  PAST EVENTS

    Real-Life Heroes – The Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency

    SUBANG, 3rd August 2018 – As the participants sat in the conference room at the Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA), they were regaled with tales of bravery and valour. Fighting pirates trafficking drugs on the high seas, saving lives, extinguishing rapacious forest fires and apprehending small armed robbers hijacking vessels closer to home are all in a day’s work for the brave men who patrol our waterways, keeping us safe in our homes.

  • FEATURED,  NEWS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS

    The Student Representative Lineup of Term 18/19 is now Official

    After a successful previous term, it is now time to welcome in the new Student Representative Council of term 2018/2019. The oath-swearing took place in the Chancellery Hall located on the first floor of the Admin Building on July 26. The ceremony was attended by Vice Chancellor Dato’ Professor Ir. Dr. Kamal Nasharuddin bin Mustapha, Deputy Vice-Chancellor Dato’ Professor Dr. Zamri bin Yusoff, Tuan Haji Ruzli Zairazi and even Ustazah Nooraini from Muadzam Shah campus. Council members from Muadzam Campus were also present.

  • FEATURED,  NEWS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS,  PAST EVENTS

    Future Leader’s Conference 1.0

    KAJANG 29th July 2018 – Participants of Future Leader’s Conference faced numerous challenges as they traversed the treacherous path laid ahead of them. Elevator pitches and business cases were the least of their concerns as they negotiated with terrorists, all while juggling with the welfare of the country and looming national debt.