How is the academic life at this university/college? The professors have high standard and stringent in their marking. However, they are very friendly and approachable to discuss and give us guidance throughout our studies. Since our class is small, the professors know all students. Brain storming sessions in our MBA classes are informative, interactive and fun. What are the students like? Being a boutique university, the student population is small. Professors interaction with students is very personalised. I have classmates and fellow friends from other countries such as Germany, Mexico, Belarus, Pakistan, Iran, Iraq, Maldives, Libya, Afghanistan, Sudan, Saudi, Vietnam, Indonesia and etc. Students mostly go to classes in smart and casual attire; we wear formal if we have presentation for our class activities, assignments and thesis. What do students do when not studying? Tell us about the social and sports life. Most of our activities are organised by Student Affairs Department and our student clubs. We have debate competition, futsal tournament, badminton tournament, bowling competition, cultural and art festival, cultural dance performance, motivation camps, visits to orphanage, charity drive for students to participate. We also joined our UNIRAZAK@Capsquare Facebook activities by enrolling in their contests and activities from time to time. We also have student clubs such as choir club, entreprenuers club, accounting club, United RSOG students association and etc. What is your overall opinion about this university/college? I just attended my convocation in October 2011. Now I am back in China, working in the Finance Department of a listed company. I would like to say that UNIRAZAK is a wonderful boutique university. The city campus is equipped with modern facilities and it is easy to access with public transportation. Besides, the hostel is just a stone throw away. I benefit a lot from the two-year specialised MBA programme. Tell us about your overall experience in studying in this country Malaysia is a wonderful country to live in with its multiracial and multicultural society. I was deeply impressed and touched by the warm hospitality of the locals. During my semester breaks, I managed to visit Penang Island and the World Heritage - The historical city of Melaka. After spending 2 years here, Malaysia is like my second home. I missed all my classmates and friends, not forgetting the incredible variety of food.
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