has forged a
Hadhramout University (HU) Yemen
enhance networking between both institutions.
To mark this occasion, a document exchange ceremony was held
at UTP campus in Seri Iskandar Perak.
The collaboration will emphasise
in several fields including
student mobility, staff training, development and attachment,
joint research and development activities,
including sharing of information and resources and joint organisation of seminars, conferences and workshops.
UTP was represented by its Vice Chancellor
Professor Dr Mohamed Ibrahim Abdul Mutalib while HU was represented by its
President Professor Dr Mohammed Saeed
“Through the agreement, we hope to establish a livelier climate that offers new opportunities for our students and staff to be exposed to an internationalised educational experience.
“This is another important milestone for UTP’s journey towards becoming an internationally recognised higher learning institution. We are honoured to partner with
in promoting engineering, science and technical competencies in academic and research,” Mohamed Ibrahim said.
UTP hopes that
also pave the way to attract more prospective
students to study in UTP.
UTP has enrolled 52 Yemeni students, of which 18 are undergraduates and the
34 are postgraduates.