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Pre-Requisite Intensive Mode (A151)

Dear students,

Please be informed that School of Accountancy (SOA) will conduct intensive course for the prerequisite courses for the PhD and MSc by research. If you attend this course you can complete the lecture required for the courses in 6 weeks only. The course is as follows:

     Lecture period: 20 September 2015 - 21 October 2015

     Venue: School of Accountancy, UUM Sintok

     The fees are:

           Malaysian students: RM350 per credit hour (RM2800 for 2 courses)

           Asean students: RM400 per credit hour (RM3200 for 2 courses)

           Non-Asean students: RM450 per credit hour (RM3600 for 2 courses)

If you are interested to join this class or know more about the class please contact Assoc. Prof Dr. Hasnah Kamardin at hasnahk@uum.edu.my, tel(office): 049287208, tel(hp): 0195091604.

If you decide to join please fill in the registration form as in the attachment and email to me. Grab this opportunity!

Thank you.

 

Hasnah Kamardin, PhD

Postgraduate Coordinator

School of Accountancy

College of Business

Univ. Utara Malaysia

06010 Sintok

Kedah, Malaysia

Tel(O): +604 928 7208/7249

Email: hasnahk@uum.edu.my

 


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IMPORTANT NOTICE:

PRE-REQUISITE COURSES BY INTENSIVE MODE FOR

PhD/D.Mgmt/MSc (by Research) STUDENTS

Dear PhD/D.Mgmt/MSc (by Research) Students,

INTENSIVE MODE AT UUM KUALA LUMPUR

The Management of UUM has agreed to offer pre-requisite courses (Academic Writing (4 credit hours) and Research Methodology (4 credit hours)) by intensive mode in the First Semester (A151) of 2015/2016 Session (September 2015) for UUM students. However, courses will only commence if minimum of ten (10) students registered.

For courses offered by intensive mode in UUM Kuala Lumpur, students will have to attend lectures for three (3) classes. Please refer to the schedule below:

MONTH/

CLASS

DATE/DAY COURSE
1 10 & 11 October 2015 (Sat & Sun) Research Methodology
24 & 25 October 2015 (Sat & Sun) Academic Writing
2 07 & 08 November 2015 (Sat & Sun) Research Methodology
21 & 22 November 2015 (Sat & Sun) Academic Writing
3 05 & 06 December 2015 (Sat & Sun) Research Methodology
19 & 20 December 2015 (Sat & Sun) Academic Writing
4 Submission of Assignment

FEE FOR PRE-REQUISITE COURSES BY INTENSIVE MODE

Students who register for Intensive mode will be charged a fee at the following rates:

INTENSIVE MODE AT UUM KUALA LUMPUR

  • Malaysian: RM700/credit
  • ASEAN country: RM800/credit
  • Non-ASEAN Country: RM900/credit

Students interested to take the pre-requisite courses by intensive mode are required to register by filling in the registration form and submit to rrozita@uum.edu.my or at OYAGSB counter before 30 September 2015. For any inquiries please contact Ms. Rozita at 049287113.

Thank you.

 

INTENSIVE MODE FIRST SEMESTER 2015/2016 (151)

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Lecture Venue: T2, MZ B, UUM Kuala Lumpur
  ** Subject to any changes
Main Office: Othman Yeop Abdullah Graduate School of Business Universiti Utara Malaysia Kuala Lumpur
  Universiti Utara Malaysia 41-3, Jalan Raja Muda Abd Aziz,
  06010 UUM Sintok 50300 Kuala Lumpur
  Kedah  
  Tel: 04-928 7113/7122 Tel: 03-2610 3000
  Fax: 04-928 7160 Fax: 03-2694 9228

 

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OYA GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS TO HOST THE NEXT 2014 UN PRME REGIONAL ASIA FORUM

prmeBy: Prof. Dr. A. H. Roslan Harahap

It was certainly an honour for OYA Graduate School of Business when Prof. Dr. A. H. Roslan Harahap, on behalf of the Dean, accepted the baton from Prof. Dr. Benito L. Teehankee, the Chairman of the 4th UN PRME Regional Asia Forum, to host the fifth United Nations (UN) Principles for Responsible Management (PRME) Regional Asia Forum in 2014. This handing over of the baton ceremony was held at the end of the 4th UN PRME Regional Asia Forum, which was held in Manila on 13-16 November 2013. The PRME Forum is a UN-backed initiative, which is under the purview of the PRME Secretariat of the UN Global Compact Office.

The 4th UN PRME Regional Asia Forum was hosted and organised by De La Salle University (DLSU) in cooperation with the Asian Institute of Management (AIM) and Ateneo Graduate School of Business, the Philippines. OYA Graduate School of Business was represented by Dr. Mohd Azlan Yahya and Prof. Dr. A. H. Roslan Harahap, who presented a paper entitled "Higher Education and Community Development", highlighting the possible role of higher education, particularly business schools, in community development and sustainability. While business schools could incorporate responsible management and values in their curriculum, it is argued that business schools could also be involved in and contribute directly towards promoting community development and sustainability. Thus, business students should not only be taught on how to maximise firm value, but also should be exposed to the importance of maintaining harmonious and sustainable relationship among business, society and environment.

As a committed signatory of the PRME, OYA Graduate School of Business believes her hosting the 2014 Forum will help to propel her into the limelight as a School that is dead serious about her tagline – TRANSFORMING LEADERS FOR SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS AND SOCIETY.

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