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Old February 28th, 2011, 12:44 PM   #61
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Biotech park dubbed "Bio-XCell" at the Southern Industrial and Logistics Clusters (SiLC) in Nusajaya.




Sunway unit bags RM74.1mil contract
Tuesday March 8, 2011
http://biz.thestar.com.my/news/story...4&sec=business

PETALING JAYA: Sunway Holdings Bhd's unit Sunway Construction Sdn Bhd (SunCon) has secured a contract worth RM74.1mil from Bio-XCell Sdn Bhd to undertake the engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning of a central utilities facility at Biotechnological Park Bio-XCell in Nusajaya, Johor.

“The proposed project is targeted to be completed by May 25, 2012.

“It is expected to contribute positively to the earnings of Sunway group for the financial year ending Dec 31, 2011 onwards,” Sunway Holdings said in a note to Bursa Malaysia yesterday.

The proposed project is subject to normal construction risk of materials price fluctuation, according to the company.

“However, with the past experience and expertise of SunCon in construction projects in Malaysia, this risk could be mitigated at this juncture.”
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RM6bil invested in Nusajaya
By ZAZALI MUSA Monday March 21, 2011
http://biz.thestar.com.my/news/story...&if_height=837



Nusajaya is expected to benefit from better Malaysia-Singapore bilateral ties.
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NUSAJAYA: A total of RM6.15bil in new investments from local and foreign investors have been received for development projects in the eight catalyst developments (except EduCity components) in Nusajaya.

UEM Land Holdings Bhd managing director and chief executive officer Datuk Wan Abdullah Wan Ibrahim said the investments included RM500mil from Biocon Ltd, India to invest at SiLC (Southern Industrial and Logistics Clusters), RM2.3bil Canal Homes at Puteri Harbour by Bandaraya Development Bhd and RM500mil by Pantai Group for the Gleneagles Hospital at Medini.

“Albeit operating in the global economic recession in 2008 and 2009, following the US sub-prime crisis and the European financial woes, we have been able to attract investments to Nusajaya,” he told StarBiz in an interview.

UEM Land Holdings is the master developer of the 9,308ha Nusajaya, which is one of the five flagship development zones in Iskandar Malaysia. The latter is the country's first economic growth corridor, launched on Nov 4, 2006, and spanning 2,217 sq km located in the southernmost part of Johor.

Wan Abdullah said Nusajaya was going to benefit from the improvement in bilateral ties between Malaysia and Singapore.

“Prior to this improvement, Singaporeans were waiting for a signal from their government on whether to invest in Nusajaya or Iskandar Malaysia.

“The announcement (in the middle of last year) that Khazanah Malaysia and Temasek Holdings would jointly develop a wellness township development in Danga Bay has sent a strong signal to Singaporeans to come and invest in Iskandar Malaysia,” he said.

Apart from targeting Singapore investors, UEM Land is also looking for Singaporeans who want to buy property or a second home in Johor.

“In Singapore you can't get get a landed property for S$1mil, whereas you can get a semi-D or bungalow in Iskandar for RM1mil,” he said.

“We are also targeting Malaysian professionals working in Singapore who want to stay in Nusajaya because of the close proximity to the Second Link.”

Another market UEM Land is seeking to tap is the middle-class segment from India, which comprises some 300 million Indians, and those from the Middle East.

“Despite the political uprisings in the Middle East, the region remains high in liquidity due to the strong petro-dollar. They'll look at safe havens to park their money,” Wan Abdullah said.

Five years ago, local and foreigners alike were quite skeptical when Nusajaya was launched amid a grand and glittering ceremony by the fifth Prime Minister Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.

Many doubted whether UEM Land would be able to undertake the gargantuan task once the party was over.

“We have proven our skeptics wrong and many are now really impressed with the progress being made in Nusajaya since day one,'' said Wan Abdullah Wan Ibrahim .

“Nusajaya was best described as a rough diamond in its early years. No one really gives a second look but with cuts on it, the stone is slowly showing its sparkle now,” said Wan Abdullah.

Wan Abdullah said much work needed to be done before Nusajaya, which is the largest urban development in South-East Asia, under the became a regional city by 2025.

Wan Abdullah said as the master developer of Nusajaya, the company's vision was to build a modern city with a focus on enhancing the lives of its residents.

He said Nusajaya must be a city unlike any other city in Malaysia and that the city must have signature developments to realise its vision to become Asia's new regional city and benchmarking itself with other major cities in the world.

Nusajaya comprises eight catalyst developments Kota Iskandar (Johor State New Administrative Centre), SiLC, Puteri Harbour Waterfront Development, EduCity, Health and Wellness, International Destination Resort and Nusajaya Residences.

Wan Abdullah said apart from continuing to attract new investments and strong interest from investors, several of the company's completed projects in Nusajaya had also won prestigious awards such as the Fiabci Malaysia Property Award 2009 (Puteri Harbour), Best Golf Development CNBC Asia Pacific Property Awards 2009 (Horizon Hills) and Fiabci Malaysia Property Ward 2010 for Public Sector (Kota Iskandar).

He said works on infrastructure and several projects in Nusajaya were on schedule and expected to be completed this year and within the next two to four years.

These include the RM1.4bil Coastal Highway linking Johor Baru city centre to Nusajaya, Asia's first Legoland Theme Park, Indoor Theme Park @ Puteri Harbour, Marlborough College, Newcastle University Medical Faculty, Netherlands Maritime Institute of Technology and Pinewood Malaysia Iskandar Studios.

“On completion of these projects, Nusajaya will have enough content to attract investors and residents,'' said Wan Abdullah.

He added that it would be much easier to convince and attract them to Nusajaya as they could witness the developments taking place, unlike when it was first started five years ago.

Nevertheless, Wan Abdullah said UEM Land would not rest on its laurels and feel satisfied with what it had achieved so far; instead it would work even harder to keep the momentum going.

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Pinewood Iskandar Malaysia Studios Complex



International engineer appointed to Pinewood Shepperton’s $150m studio project

THE film studio that helped create the Harry Potter and James Bond blockbusters has appointed international design engineers to a US $150million state-of-the-art film and television production facility project in Malaysia.

The 32-hectare Pinewood Iskandar Malaysia Studios complex is being built in Iskandar, a fast-growing economic development region in the south of the country.

Cinema giant Pinewood Shepperton has partnered with Khazanah Nasional Bhd, the investment holding arm of the Malaysian government to appoint Web Structures to the project.



The integrated film and television studio complex is set to be opened by early 2013, creating 3,000 jobs as Pinewood Shepperton grows its global brand.

The Web Structures team is working to create the giant studio buildings, with their 50 metre column-free spans.

Web Structures international expertise is also being sought to ensure the buildings are free of ground vibrations that could affect filming for the big screen or television by causing camera shake.

The original iconic Pinewood studio, west of London, houses film stages, post production theatres, large digital television studios, an underwater filming stage, and location filming as well as a studio village with a wealth of specialist media and production support companies.

Dr Hossein Rezai-Jorabi, Web Structures group director, said: “This is a high-profile project which promises to deliver so much for the economy of Malaysia.



“We are currently involved in detailed design work, meeting the challenges of creating buildings designed to be the best possible for cinema and television filming.

“That means creating large, column free spaces and also ensuring that the buildings are not affected by ground movement, which could cause camera shake.”

The project highlights the versatility of Web Structures’ team of design engineers, who have a growing reputation for their work on some of the biggest and most challenging construction projects in all parts of the world.

The civil, structural and geotechnical engineering consultancy, which has offices in Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, London and Shanghai, is the pioneer of “Fusion Engineering” - using cost efficiencies to redefine engineering excellence through true innovation and design – enabling groundbreaking architecture to become building reality.

Web Structures is a leading engineer for cutting edge buildings in the world’s earthquake zones, such as Indonesia, especially skyscrapers.

It has engineered more than 52 residential and mixed-use skyscrapers around the world in the past 15 years, including the 50-storey high Troika in Kuala Lumpur.

The firm is also currently involved in the creation of a 50-storey development in Victory Valley in Gurgaon for Indian real-estate giant Ireo. It will be the tallest tower in Northern India.

Dr Rezai-Jorabi said: “Our knowledge helps us provide solutions which stretch the boundaries of existing work practices, it is why architects come to us with challenges like those we are now working on in Malaysia.

“Structural engineering offers dynamic and varied solutions to the challenges faced by architects and engineers.

“The design processes we have developed over the years leads to unique structural systems that are tailor-made for each and every project and are totally cost-efficient. That is the approach we are taking with the Pinewood Shepperton project.”

Web Structures works in partnership with leading international architects including Foster and Partners, UN Studio, Kohn Pederson Fox (KPF) and Conran & Partners to create iconic buildings across the world. Its team has also played a role in the Freedom Towers project in New York.

Other current projects also include a new Hilton Hotel in Mongolia; the Headquarters of Tokio Marine in Singapore and the highly-acclaimed Four Seasons resort in the Seychelles.

For more information about Web Structures and its projects across the globe log onto www.webstruc.net
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Malaysia Pacific awaiting official word on tax perks for project
By Presenna Nambiar Published: 2010/12/23
http://www.btimes.com.my/Current_New...map-2/Article/

THE RM4.6 billion Asia Pacific Trade & Expo City (Aptec) and Lakehill Resort City in Iskandar Malaysia, to be developed by Malaysia Pacific Corp Bhd (MPC), is in limbo, awaiting the approval of a special tax incentive status for the projects.

"We must get it (the special tax incentive status) in the first quarter. If we don't, our investors will get tired of waiting," MPC chief executive officer Datuk Bill C.P. Ch'ng said after its annual general meeting in Kuala Lumpur yesterday.

Aptec, conceptualised in 2008. is located within MPC's flagship 277.2ha Lakehill Resort City.

"There is a misconception that the special tax incentive is automatically given to projects within Iskandar Malaysia. This is not true, you have to apply for it," Ch'ng said.

He said preliminary approval for the status has been indicated. However, it is awaiting an official announcement from the government.

The company saw revenue drop by 13.6 per cent to RM9.7 million last year.

In its 2009 annual report, MPC said the lower revenue was largely owed to the sales launching and joint-venture of LakeHill Resort and Aptec City which were delayed pending the comprehensive approval of all its developments, including the special tax incentive status applied under Aptec City.

Ch'ng said the company hopes to obtain the tax incentives and secure financing for the project by the first half of 2011.
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KULAIJAYA, Johor, Malaysia -- Chief Minister of Johor, Dato' Haji Abdul Ghani bin Othman officiates the ground breaking ceremony for Johor Premium Outlets, which is a joint venture between the Genting Group and Simon Property Group (NYSE: SPG), the largest public real estate company in the U.S.

The ground breaking ceremony marks the start of construction for phase one of Johor Premium Outlets, a 175,000 square-foot upscale outlet shopping center serving the South East Asia market.

The center will be located at the intersection of the North-South Expressway and the Second Link Expressway and will cover 44 acres of land. With the Bandar Indahpura, Kulai-Second Link Expressway Interchange completed in October next year, Johor Premium Outlets will be highly accessible to all traffic going to and from Johor and Singapore. It is also a short drive from Senai International Airport, about 3 hours’ drive from Kuala Lumpur and about an hour’s drive from the city centre of Singapore.

With a grand opening scheduled in the second half of 2011, Johor Premium Outlets is set to be an exciting shopping destination for brand conscious shoppers in this region. The center will offer a wide selection of designer fashions, sportswear, children’s wear, shoes, fashion accessories, jewelry and more at savings of 25%-65% off regular retail prices every day.

“It will create the first of its kind shopping experience in South East Asia, by offering a variety of designer brands and fashion items at very attractive prices,” said Tan Sri Lim Kok Thay, Chairman and Chief Executive of Genting Berhad and Director and Chief Executive of Genting Plantations Berhad.

The 50:50 joint venture between Genting Berhad’s subsidiary Genting Plantations Berhad and Premium Outlets®, the outlet division of Simon Property Group, combines the valuable expertise of the Genting Group and Simon Property Group in the tourism and retail property sectors.

There are 52 Premium Outlet Centers® located in the United States, Japan, Korea and Mexico.
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Kulaijaya projects to deliver economic benefits
Friday February 11, 2011
http://thestar.com.my/metro/story.as...sec=southneast

KULAIJAYA: Large-scale projects being implemented in Kulaijaya will bring physical transformation in the district and economic benefits to the people, said Johor Menteri Besar Datuk Abdul Ghani Othman.

He said these projects included Bandar MSC Cyberport, the Johor Premium Outlets shopping centre in Indahpura and the Hi-Tech Park in Senai.

These projects, which resulted from the efforts of the state government, were expected to be completed this year, he said in his speech at a Chinese New Year reception on Tuesday.

The first phase of Bandar MSC Cyberport is being developed at a cost of RM500 million by MSC Cyberport Sdn Bhd.

Johor Premium Outlets is a joint development by the Genting Group and Simon Property Group of Indianapolis, United States, at a cost of RM150 million.

The Senai Hi-Tech Park is being developed by Senai High-Tech Park Sdn Bhd, a subsidiary of Senai Airport Terminal Services Sdn Bhd (SATS) under the MMC Group of Companies, at a cost of RM515 million. – Bernama

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Pelaburan RM1.7b industri suria
Oleh AZMAN IBRAHIM 14 Februari 2010 / 29 Safar 1431
http://www.utusan.com.my/utusan/info...t&pg=ko_01.htm



Ahmad Shukri Tajuddin (kiri) bertukar-tukar dokumen memorandum
persefahaman dengan Isabel Kow sambil disaksikan oleh Mustapa
Mohamed (tengah) di Kuala Lumpur, semalam.


KUALA LUMPUR 12 Feb. – Senai High Tech Park Sdn. Bhd. (SHTP) berjaya menarik pelaburan pertamanya daripada dua buah syarikat, termasuk sebuah syarikat asing dari China, berjumlah lebih RM1.7 bilion dalam industri suria dan berteknologi tinggi.

Dua buah syarikat yang membuat pelaburan itu adalah EQ Solar Technology International Sdn. Bhd. (EQ Solar) dari China dan MOX Linde Gases Sdn. Bhd. (MOX-Linde) merupakan syarikat tempatan.

Ketua Pegawai Eksekutif SHTP, Datuk Ahmad Shukri Tajuddin berkata, EQ Solar membuat pelaburan AS$500 juta (RM1.7 bilion) dalam tempoh tiga tahun manakala MOX-Linde sebanyak RM60 juta.

Katanya, EQ Solar menghasilkan mono crystalline dan polycrystalline solar modules di kawasan seluas 10 hektar (25 ekar) manakala MOX Linde menyalurkan gas perindustrian secara terus kepada para penyewa di SHTP di kawasan seluas dua hektar (lima ekar).

“Kami berharap lebih ramai pelabur datang membuat pelaburan pada tahun ini bagi merangsang pertumbuhan SHTP,’’ katanya.

Beliau berkata demikian kepada pemberita selepas menghadiri majlis menandatangani memorandum persefahaman (MoU) SHTP dengan EQ Solar dan MOX Linde.

Majlis tersebut disaksikan oleh Menteri Perdagangan Antarabangsa dan Industri, Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohamed.

Hadir pada majlis tersebut ialah Pengerusi SHTP, Datuk Mohd. Sidik Shaik Osman, Presiden EQ Solar, Isabel Kow dan Pengarah Urusan MOX-Linde, Wong Siew Yap.

Ahmad Shukri menambah, SHTP dijangka menjadi pusat pelaburan berteknologi tinggi yang mempunyai potensi lebih baik berbanding Taman Teknologi Tinggi Kulim (KHTP) di Kedah.

Katanya, ini kerana SHTP berada di lokasi yang strategik iaitu berdekatan dengan Singapura selain berada di kedudukan kemudahan pengangkutan yang ideal.

“Kedudukan SHTP amat baik kerana berdekatan dengan Lapangan Terbang Antarabangsa Senai dan juga Pelabuhan Tanjung Pelepas,’’ ujarnya.

Sementara itu, Kow berkata, Malaysia merupakan cawangan pertama EQ Solar di luar ibu pejabatnya di China.

Pihaknya memilih Malaysia berikutan kedudukan yang strategik dan menjadi pintu masuk kepada pelabur dari Asia Barat, tambah beliau.

‘’Berikutan potensi itu, kami turut mempunyai perancangan untuk disenaraikan di Bursa Malaysia dalam tempoh dua hingga tiga tahun lagi,’’ ujarnya.
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MRCB eyes projects in Johor and Selangor
By ZAZALI MUSA Saturday April 9, 2011
http://biz.thestar.com.my/news/story...&if_height=455

JOHOR BARU: Malaysian Resour-ces Corp Bhd (MRCB) is eyeing more land and construction-related projects in Johor and Selangor.

Chief executive officer Datuk Mohamed Razeek Hussain said the two states would remain the growth centres in the country, hence offering many business opportunities.

He said the company wanted to participate more actively in the long-term development programme of Iskandar Malaysia.

“We are interested to bid for the multi-billion ringgit Johor Baru City Centre redevelopment project,’’ Razeek said during a briefing to update on the latest development of its RM1bil Eastern Dispersal Link Expressway project yesterday.

It was reported earlier that the Johor government would unveil the RM1.8bil Johor Baru City Centre Transformation Plan (JBCCTP) in the second-half of the year. Tender for the first component of the JBCCTP – to open, clean up and beautify Sungai Segget which flows along Jalan Wong Ah Fook – costing RM200mil, would open in the next two months.

“We also want to get involved in the new infrastructure projects in Nusajaya and other flagship development zones in Iskandar Malaysia,’’ he said.

Razeek said work on the RM568mil Mental Hospital in Kempas was progressing well and the hospital would be handed over to the Health Ministry by the end of next month.

He said the hospital encompassed a unique rehabilitation environment, which included indoor and outdoor recuperating and various stages of rehabilitation processes, for mentally-disturbed patients.

To a question he said MRCB would not close its doors to possible mergers although the proposed merger between the company and IJM Land Bhd did not materialise.

When asked whether there should be a “pre-nuptial” agreement before the company and its potential partner signed on the dotted line, Razeek quipped it could be part of the agreement.

“Well, we are a decent bride and we don’t expect much from the groom. As long as the marriage will enhance our value, we are ready for it,’’ he said.
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Bio-XCell gets RM250m Maybank loan
Published: 2011/04/18
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Malaysian Bio-XCell Sdn Bhd has secured RM250 million in Islamic funding from Maybank to fund the first phase development of the Bio-XCell biotechnology ecosystem and park in Iskandar Malaysia.

Malaysian Biotechnology Bhd (BiotechCorp) chief executive officer Datuk Iskandar Mizal Mahmood said the first phase development entail an investment cost of RM950 million, funded by foreign direct investments (FDIs), Islamic debts and shareholders' equity.

The company has already secured about RM500 million FDIs for the first phase development, he told reporters following a signing ceremony here today for the financing from Maybank.

Iskandar said Bio-Xcell will be developed in three phases in a span of six years. - Bernama
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Asia's first johan Cruyff Institute for Sports Studies to open in Iskandar Malaysia
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The Johan Cruyff Institute for Sports Studies (JCI), [email protected] Sendirian Berhad (EISB) and Pelorus Dutch Sports Technology (PDST) Sdn Bhd have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to open Cruyff Institute Malaysia (JCIM) in EduCity, Iskandar Malaysia ([email protected]).

A formal agreement is expected to be signed within six months to establish Asia’s first institute of sports management.

Known for its Total Athlete Development programme, JCI trains athletes, former athletes, coaches and sports leaders to further enhance their sports management skills and become educated sports leaders.

PDST will be responsible for the business and administrative framework of JCIM including branding, recruitment and academic programme management.

“Having gone through the rigour of being a professional athlete, we understand the sacrifices and challenges athletes face on a daily basis,” said Johan Cruyff, founder and Dutch soccer figure at JCI.

“So, the idea behind the institute is to provide an environment that not only cultivates both sporting and academic excellence but creates a platform that weaves a sense of camaraderie within the Asian sporting community.”

Razali Yaacob of PDST said the Johan Cruyff Institute Malaysia in [email protected] will be in a “strong position to fully capitalise on the potential sports market in Asia-Pacific. There is a gap to be filled and we are confident that JCIM can and will bridge this gap.”

Datuk Syed Mohamed Syed Ibrahim, President and CEO of Iskandar Investment Berhad and Chairman of EISB, said “the Johan Cruyff Institute Malaysia will spearhead critical knowledge transfers in the academic, technical and marketing fields to boost the region’s sports industry.”

He noted that graduates of the institute, accredited by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET), will be highly in demand, as they lead Asia’s growth as a centre of sports and education excellence.

JCIM in [email protected] will be part of JCI’s international network of institutes in Barcelona, Mexico, Amsterdam, Stockholm, Ecuador, Brazil, South Africa, the US and the Netherlands.

The MOU comes after Malaysia’s announcement of 2011 as a 100-day Sports Industry Year, which will be kicked off on 27 July by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak, precisely 365 days before the 2012 London Olympics.

The country will also partake in the 26th Southeast Asian Games to be held in Indonesia in November this year.

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[email protected] Sendirian Bhd, a member of the Iskandar Investment Group, announced that it has completed the development of the Newcastle University Medicine (NUMed) Malaysia campus in EduCity, Iskandar Malaysia.

Expected to launch in September 2011, the new NUMed campus is set to become Newcastle University’s first campus outside of the UK.

As part of Malaysia’s endeavour to achieve a 1:400 doctor-patient ratio by 2020, the Ministry of Higher Education (MoHE) listed NUMed Malaysia as one of the 33 institutions to generate up to 4,000 trained doctors annually in the next five years. It also intends to have 30 percent of its student population comprise international students, with negotiations underway to have NUMed accredited in the UK, Singapore and across Southeast Asia.

“NUMed Malaysia will not only groom (the) medical professionals of tomorrow but will also complement the growth of Iskandar Malaysia’s healthcare sector, which includes the Columbia Asia Hospital Nusajaya in Afiat Healthpark and Gleneagles Medicine Hospital in Medini Lifestyle, as well as the upcoming wellness township, jointly developed by Khazanah Nasional and Singapore’s Temasek Holdings,” said Datuk Syed Mohamed Syed Ibrahim, President and CEO of Iskandar Investment and Chairman of [email protected]

“This meets [email protected]’s objective of providing a feeder of talent for Iskandar Malaysia, Malaysia and the region, as we become the Asian hub for international education.”

NUMed Malaysia will be a major contributor to the Education National Key Economic Area (NKEA) as an [email protected] component, which is part of the Entry Point Project (EPP). It will also contribute to the Healthcare NKEA, a sector expected to bring in RM10 billion annually for Malaysia by 2020.

“Asia’s education and healthcare industries are thriving and Newcastle University made a strategic decision to establish our first Asian campus in [email protected],” said Professor Reg Jordan, Provost and CEO of NUMed Malaysia.

NUMed Malaysia’s employment and business spillover effect has a positive direct and indirect impact on the local economy. The university has hired over 30 employees to date and is projected to have over 125 employees within the next six years, to match the increasing student population.

Liz Smith, Registrar and COO, said “we are very fortunate also to have attracted foundation academic staff of the highest calibre”.

Students and staff in [email protected] will have easy access to LEGOLAND Malaysia, shopping malls, Senai Airport, The Coastal Highway, the Second Link from Singapore, Medini Lifestyle and other leisure and tourism locales.

Applications are being accepted until mid-July, with four Singaporeans ready to be part of the pioneer student body when classes start in September. It is offering identical programmes to the UK-based campus for the same graduate degree.

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NUMed Malaysia’s permanent home is situated in the EduCity development at Nusajaya in Iskandar Malaysia, Johor.

The following images illustrate some of the signature buildings comprising the NUMed Malaysia campus, designed to capture the look and feel of Newcastle University’s UK campus.
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