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University of Malaysia, Kelantan

History

It was established on June 14, 2006. The launching ceremony was held at the end of 2006 by Prime Minister, Y.A.B. The Prime Minister of Malaysia announced the government’s approval to establish a university in Kelantan under the Ninth Malaysia Plan on 31 March 2006. On 14 June 2006, a Cabinet Meeting approved the establishment of the university. Taglines such as “Entrepreneurship is Our Thrust” and “Entrepreneurial University” are used to promote the philosophy of the university.

Overview

Universiti Malaysia Kelantan (English: University of Malaysia, Kelantan) or UMK is a public university located in Kelantan in Malaysia. The formation of the university was mooted during the tabling of the Ninth Malaysia Plan and approved by the cabinet of Malaysia on June 14, 2006. The launching ceremony was held at the end of 2006 by Prime Minister, Y.A.B. Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi. The first students were enrolled with the commencement of the June 2007 semester.
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Faculties and Departments

Faculty of Earth Science [FSB]
Undergraduate degrees
  • Bachelor of Applied Science
    • Geoscience (SBG)
    • Sustainable Science (SBK)
    • Natural Resources (SBN)
Postgraduate degrees
  • Master of Science
    • Natural Resources Management
    • Environmental Sustainable
    • Environment Technology
    • Applied Remote Sensing and GIS
    • Geological Sciences
Faculty of Agro-Based Industry [FIAT]
Postgraduate degrees
  • Master Of Science
    • Agro-Entrepreneurship
    • Bioindustrial Technology
    • Agricultural Biotechnology
    • Natural Resources Management
    • Environmental Sustainable
    • Environment Technology
    • Animal Sciences
    • Plant Sciences
    • Applied Remote Sensing and GIS
    • Aquaculture
    • Geological Sciences
    • Product development
    • Aquatic Animal Health
  • Doctor Of Philosophy
    • Agricultural Microbiology
    • Bioprocess Technology
    • Bioindustrial Technology
    • Mathematics
    • Agro-Entrepreneurship
    • Natural Resources Science
    • Microbial Technology
    • Food Biotechnology
    • Aquaculture
    • Aquatic Animal Health
    • Geological Sciences
    • Product development
Source: Wikipedia