SEGi offers higher education programmes with its partner universities in the US and the UK who have a wealth of experience.
Hospitality and tourism: The University of Sunderland (UOS) has been providing higher education in the UK since 1901. It was named Best New University in the North East of England by the Guardian University Guide 2012, was the Student Experience Winner at the Times Higher Education Awards 2010, and is the world leader research in 10 subjects according to the latest Research Assessment Exercise (RAE 2008).
The 3+0 BSc (Hons) International Tourism & Hospitality Management offered at SEGi is one of its strong programmes, as UOS is in the top four in the UK for tourism studies. This programme is developed in close collaboration with consultants from industry, through strong links with the tourism industry across the region and Europe, as well as participation in European Union Tourism Development Programmes.
Business: If you’re looking to graduate with a British degree in business, a good bet is the BA (Hons) Business & Management and BA (Hons) Business & Marketing Management offered at SEGi in collaboration with University of Sunderland.
Recently the UOS School of Business and Management was ranked 14th in the UK for business and management in the UK by Guardian University Guide 2012.
The UOS business degree programmes are designed to develop skills students need to succeed in a fast-changing and competitive market.
Engineering: If you prefer engineering, UOS is equally reputed for its strength in electronics and electrical and mechanical engineering.
UOS has strong links with big names in the industry including Nissan Motor Manufacturing (UK) Ltd, Thyssen Krupp Automotive, Tallent Chassis Ltd and Nicholson McLaren. These links ensure UOS engineering programmes are in tune with the latest industry needs, expectations and technology.
Computer Studies: The University of Greenwich (UOG) was founded in 1890, starting off as the second UK polytechnic, expanding its programmes to a wide range of disciplines, and gaining university status in 1992.
The UOG School of Computing and Mathematical Sciences is recognised both nationally and internationally for its cutting edge research and its innovative approach to curriculum development.
The school has pioneered degree programmes in 12 specialisations with outstanding research records, focusing on practical and important real-life problems. The school consists of more than 100 academic and research staff who are divided into the departments of computing and information systems, smart systems technologies, creative digital technologies and mathematical sciences.
Business and psychology: The Upper Iowa University (UIU), founded in 1857, celebrated its 155th anniversary as a university this year. Its external degree programme, known as the UIU American Degree Program, was launched in 1972, and has since then been one of the first and most successful in the US.
Known as the UIU Bachelor of Science, this 4+0 programme offered at SEGi is one of the most flexible programmes as it allows students to do double majors. The majors available are marketing, management, psychology, finance, communications, human resource management and business administration.
For more information, visit www.segi.edu.my