Since the founding of INTI International University & Colleges in 1986, the institution has earned a reputation throughout Malaysia for providing top-quality higher education. In Sanskrit, “inti” means “essence” and in Mandarin, it means, “to develop the best in a person.” The school’s motto is “Quality, the essence of INTI,” which reflects the vision of its faculty, administrators and staff.
More than 13,000 students study at the nine INTI institutions in Kuala Lumpur, Penang, Sabah and Sarawak.
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Students earn undergraduate and graduate degrees in business and law, computing and information technology, engineering and technology, languages and liberal arts, and applied sciences and mathematics. Flagship programs include the INTI Foundation programs, Twinning programs and American Degree Transfer Program.
INTI is approved by the Malaysian Ministry of Higher Education and accredited by the Malaysian Qualifications Agency.
INTI programs focus on protecting the environment, improving the quality of life for the disadvantaged and fostering social entrepreneurship among Malaysian youth.
Malaysia’s minister of higher education has recognized INTI for having the most accredited programs and the most international students in the country. INTI Education Group received the National Creativity and Innovation Award from the Malaysian minister of international trade and industry in 2004. INTI was the first institution of higher education in Malaysia to receive a Certificate of Appreciation for Achievement in Trade from the U.S. Department of Commerce.
Here are some achievements and events involving INTI students, faculty and alumni: