Malaysia Education Guide -
University of Nottingham, Malaysia Campus
Nottingham has enjoyed a strong relationship with Malaysia
since the 1940’s. So, in 1988 when the Vice-Chancellor at
that time, Sir Colin Campbell, began discussions to turn the
vision of an overseas campus into a reality, Asia was a
Negotiations began with the Malaysian authorities and
relationships were built and strengthened over a ten year
period, until in 1998, a partnership with the University,
Boustead Holdings Berhad and YTL Corporation Berhad was
The University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus was
approved in March 2000 and opened at Wisma MISC, Kuala
Lumpur in September 2000.
Nottingham’s purpose-built 125-acre garden campus was
officially opened in September 2005 in Semenyih, Malaysia.
The University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus
The Semenyih Campus sits on a 101 acre site, 30 km from
Kuala Lumpur. It opened in August 2005 and teaching began in
September 2005. It is the first purpose built campus of a
British university outside the UK.
Occupying a scenic position overlooking green hills, the
campus is a self-contained and self-sufficient neighbourhood
village in a garden environment. It combines a high quality
living environment with state of the art learning and
Residential accommodation is available both on campus and in
the neighbouring vicinity and transport is available from
the campus to the nearest bus and rail stations providing
easy access to Kuala Lumpur and the surrounding region.
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