Malaysia’s UCSI University Visits Cyryx College to Discuss Partnership Potential

UCSI University’s Vice President of Student Enrolment, Willie Tan, met with Cyryx College’s Dean, Emily Young, on Thursday, 20 August 2015. The two discussed partnership potential at the diploma and degree levels, specifically in the areas of business and social sciences.


UCSI University is renowned for offering quality academic instruction linked with practical industrial application, which has made the Malaysian institution an internationally trusted source for higher education.


Similarly, Cyryx College continuously strives to prepare its students for today’s competitive job market. With a student-centered focus, Cyryx College hopes to increase internship opportunities, industry knowledge, and real-world experience. Collaboration with UCSI University would provide students with an international perspective while preparing them for an industry-specific field.


Dean Young and Vice President Tan discussed the local market and how collaborating in key areas could give Cyryx College students an advantage after graduation.


When asked for comment, Dean Young explained: “Our students are hard-working individuals who are full of potential. UCSI’s goals seem to align quite well with Cyryx College’s mission, which is to assist our students in creating a better life for themselves and their families. With co-operative placement and industry-specific modules, this collaboration could certainly jump-start a student’s career by offering them a competitive edge in today’s globalized job market.”