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Binary University College

Binary University College is the First Specialist University for Management and Entrepreneurship in this region. It is the oldest business school in Malaysia and was established in 1984. The University has come to be respected as a high quality education provider that is both innovative and progressive. The University offers a unique formula that combines a strong academic foundation, industry relevant skills and extensive practical experience.

The University is composed of the following 6 schools namely:

  • School of Management Studies
  • School of Foundation Studies
  • School of Information Systems
  • School of Entrepreneurial Development
  • School of Accounting & Finance
  • The Postgraduate School

The university boasts of a number of achievements which includes:

  • ISO 9000:2000 certified
  • MSC status
  • Winner of the Enterprise 50 Award
  • Winner of the Service Excellence Award
  • Winner of the Special Award ( Social Contribution )
  • Winner of the Asia Pacific International Kris Award 2005

The University College has strategic alliances with IBM, Oracle, Sun Microsystems, Lotus and SAP to offer cutting-edge technology to it’s students. International students form over 30 different countries are currently pursuing various programme at Binary.

Our flagship degree course are:

  • MBA (The World’s First Industry Specialist MBA)
  • BA(Hons) in Management
  • BSc(Hons) Management of Technology
  • BA(Hons) Entrepreneurship
  • BSc(Hons) Computing

Please visit our website at www.binary.edu.my for more information on the above and other programmes.

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