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Welcome to Selangor Darul Ehsan

Unisel (Universiti Selangor)

UNISEL (Universiti Selangor) is a Private Institution of Higher Learning registered in August 24, 1999. UNISEL offers more than just quality education. With over 85 diploma, undergraduate, post-graduate degree programmes and PhD in various fields, it is well placed to be a premier institution of higher learning with emphasis on catering to industry’s requirements. State-of-the-art training, research and development facilities are additional plus points for this emerging university to address the changing needs of industry.

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In a span of 11 years UNISEL has undergone through several stages of development in its effort to produce graduates to meet national needs. Various initiatives have been outlined to make UNISEL a reputable university, not only with respect to the graduates it produces, but also through the involvement of its academic staff in research and innovation.

Vision

To be a renowned university that nurtures professionals and scholars with high moral and ethical values.

 

Mission

Unisel is committed to provide excellent and conducive learning environment to develop competent, upright and ethical professionals & scholars.

 

Unisel lecture theatre

Unisel lecture theatre

Unisel Campus


Unisel has two campus, Shah Alam Campus and Bestari Jaya Campus.

Shah Alam Campus:

The Shah Alam Campus, strategically located in the city of Shah Alam, is supported bu good infrastructure and facilities. It houses the following faculties and centers of excellent: Faculty of Biomedical and Health Sciences, Faculty of Art and Design, Faculty of Communication and Media, Faculty of Business, Centre of Graduate Studies, Centre for Research and Innovation, Institute of Bio-IT Selangor Unisel, Centre for Business Development, Consutancy and Industrial Linkage, Centre of Foreign and International Studies and Japanese Associate Degree Programme.

 

Shah Alam Campus located at:

Shah Alam Campus(KPT/JPS/DFT/US/B06)
Jalan Zirkon A 7/A, Seksyen 7, 40000, Shah Alam,
Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia
Tel:603-5522 3400 Faks: 603-5522 3551

 

Bestari Jaya Campus

The sprawling campus in Bestari Jaya set amidst 1,000-acre of land houses the following faculties: Faculty of Engineering; Faculty of Industrial Information Technology, Faculty of Education and Social Sciences and Faculty of Science and Biotechnology.

 

Bestari Jaya Campus located at:

Bestari Jaya Campus (KPT/JPS/DFT/US/B18)
Jalan Timur Tambahan, 45600 Bestari Jaya,
Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia
Tel:603-3289 7336 Faks:603-3289 7335

 

Unisel lybrary

Unisel lybrary

List of Programme

Bestari Jaya Campus 

Shah Alam Campus

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RHB NST Spell-It-Right 10: Selangor State Challenge

Angeline Christie Danny, 11, has been sleeping with her Oxford Advanced Dictionary every day since the RHB New Straits Times National Spell-It-Right Challenge started.

 

 

Angeline, who defeated six contestants in the state finals at Subang Parade Mall, will represent her state in the SIR National Challenge. She won a RM2,000 cash prize and a plaque for her school, SK Pandan Perdana, Ampang.

 

 

 


 

Tan Tse Yuen of SJK (C) Puay Chai 2, Bandar Utama, was in second place. In third place was Venessa Yoong Yoke Yen of SJK (C) Sin Ming, Puchong.

 

 

Meanwhile, It was a battle of the sexes in the secondary school category.

 

 

Amirul Fitri Zainol Abidin of SMK Puncak Alam emerged state champion after he beat Nurul Shamine Shaifful Anuar of SMK Bukit Jelutong in a face-off round with his winning word “aggrandisement”.

 

 

Nurul Shamine came in second after she misspelled “conurbation” with an “o” instead of a “u”. It was her only mistake throughout the competition.

 

 

The two were among 11 contestants in the state finals.

 

 

Amirul Fitri believed that determination, perseverance and luck helped him through the competition. He will represent Selangor in the national challenge on Aug 7.

 

Sixteen-year-old Rachel Chin Mun Yi of SMK Seksyen 1 Bandar Kinrara won the third prize. The fourth and fifth prizes went to Nicola Anne of SMK Assunta and Nurul Nadia Zainol of SMK Bandar Baru Salak Tinggi, respectively.

 

 

SIR presenter and judge Rehman Rashid said this year’s state challenge had the largest number of entries compared with previous years.

 

Forty-three schools and 143 students competed in the state challenge held at the Subang Parade Mall.

 

 

RHB Bank group managing director Datuk Tajuddin Atan and New Straits Times Press (M) Bhd group managing editor Datuk Zainul Arifin Mohammed Isa presented the prizes to the winners.

 

Source: Youtube