Good news for Malaysian universities: according to an article in Bernama, five research universities generated investment returns of RM 7.17 billion, or $1.3 billion.
Higher Education Minister Datuk Seri Idris Jusoh said that the returns were from various sectors including book publication, training, and consultancy.
He said, “The success has prompted renowned world universities to collaborate with local universities in various fields of research.”
Idris’s goal? Besides enhancing the country’s reputation for higher education, he said that he hopes this return will attract the global community to pursue international studies in Malaysia, and that it will also attract international lecturers.
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