Over 200 students graduate at LJMU partner college in Malaysia

262 students have graduated from YPC International College, one of LJMU’s long term academic partners, at a ceremony in Kuala Lumpur

LJMU’s Pro-Vice Chancellor of the Faculty of Engineering and Technology, Professor Ndy Ekere, International Director, Dr Julia Wang and Subject Leader for the School of Engineering, Dr Karl Jones, attended the graduation ceremony, to confirm the awards for students graduating from four programmes, over the past two years. The ceremonies also included students whose awards had been delayed due to the covid pandemic.

Professor Ndy Ekere congratulated the students at the graduation celebration

“We are so proud of each and every one of you graduating today, and wish you a very happy graduation day. As LJMU alumni, we wish you every success in your future career and welcome you to our growing, global LJMU family. As you begin your chosen careers, please always remember the LJMU values and carry these with you into the future.”

LJMU’s partnership with YPC College began 20 years ago and is one of the university’s longest established international partners. Four franchise course programmes are available to students including; BSc in e-Business Technology Management in the School of Engineering, School of Computer Science and Mathematics with BSc (Hons), Multimedia Computing and BSc (Hons) Computer Security.

Professor Ndy Ekere also thanked YPC colleagues at the ceremony

“The success stories would not happen without the dedication and hard work of Datuk Dr Noel Roberts, Dr Farrah Roberts and all the colleagues at YPC, they are to be thanked and commended for the excellent work they do and are continuing to do. We look forward to continuing our relationship with you and I would like to personally thank you for your hospitality and the very warm welcome my colleagues and I have received on our arrival in Malaysia.”

Find out more about LJMU’s international partnerships and global network here. 


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