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SEREMBAN | International University College of Nursing Development News

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RM200mil nursing college to take shape in Bandar Sri Sendayan
Monday May 26, 2008
By SHANNEN WONG
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An artist’s impression of the International University College
of Nursing’s main campus in Bandar Sri Sendayan, Seremban.


PROPERTY developer BSS Development Sdn Bhd, a subsidiary of Matrix Concepts Holdings Bhd, expects anchor investor International University College of Nursing (IUCN) to boost the economic development in its new township, Bandar Sri Sendayan in Seremban.

Today, state government agency Menteri Besar Inc of Negeri Sembilan will sign a deal to sell 200 acres in Bandar Sri Sendayan to Run Education Sdn Bhd, the owner and manager of IUCN.

Run Education will invest about RM200mil to build IUCN, Malaysia's first international nursing school.

BSS, in a joint venture with Menteri Besar Inc of Negeri Sembilan, is developing the 5,235-acre Bandar Sri Sendayan, which has a gross development value of RM3bil.

“We believe that the new IUCN campus will accelerate the growth of Bandar Sri Sendayan as well as stir up the local economic activities in Seremban,” Menteri Besar Inc of Negeri Sembilan chief executive officer Datuk Mohd Hasiah Mohd told StarBiz.

He said Menteri Besar Inc is confident of attracting students from neighbouring countries, as IUCN would have a competitive advantage in terms of location, being only 20km from the KL International Airport.

IUCN had a target of 60:40 ratio between international and local students, he added.

BSS managing director Datuk Lee Tian Hock said IUCN expected the first intake of 5,000 students in September next year and hoped to accommodate 20,000 students by 2011.

“We hope IUCN would attract foreign and local students to pursue nursing qualifications in Seremban as the cost of living is relatively lower than the Kuala Lumpur city centre,” he said.

Located in the middle of Bandar Sri Sendayan, the IUCN campus would be developed in two phases and construction was scheduled to start next month, said Lee.

According to him, Bandar Sri Sendayan is expected to have a population of 60,000 when it is fully developed in 15 years.

Meanwhile, BSS and the Negri Sembilan state government agency are currently in talks with a foreign party to sell 1,000 acres for over US$1bil for an integrated tourism-related project.

The deal was expected to be finalised next month, said Mohd Hasiah.
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International university for nursing in Sedayan
June 16th, 2008



Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Mohamad Hasan (third from left) being briefed by International University College of Nursing executive chairman Summugam Ramasamy after the singing of the sale and purchase agreement in Bandar Sri Sedayan, Seremban, recently. At right is Run Education director Tunku Nadzaruddin Tuanku Ja’afar.

SEREMBAN: Bandar Seri Sendayan is set to house the first international university dedicated to nursing education following the signing of a sale and purchase (S&P) agreement recently.

The S&P was signed between Menteri Besar Incorporated (MBI) and the International University College of Nursing (IUCN) for a 80ha plot for the construction of the college, which will be the first and one of its kind in the world.

The S&P was signed by Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Mohamad Hasan and state Financial Officer Datuk Abdul Radzak Abdul Rahman, while the IUCN was represented by its executive chairman, Summugam Ramasamy, and Run Education director Tunku Nadzaruddin Tuanku Ja'afar.

IUCN is wholly-owned and managed by Run Education Sdn Bhd.


"I am really gratified with IUCN for building their campus here as it promises much benefit for the people in the state.

"The college will help create more employment benefits and a more buoyant economy for the state and country," said Mohamad.

He said the development of projects like IUCN would make Sendayan, Mantin and Nilai the new education hub in the area.

IUCN will be built in two phases. Phase one will see the construction of the campus, the amenities and hostels.

It is expected to be ready in July next year.

"This highly demanding profession sees a world shortage and IUCN will contribute towards increasing the number of nurses, locally and internationally.

"According to the World Health Organisation, the ideal ratio of nurses and patients in this country is 1:200.

"However, in Malaysia, it is currently 1:645.

"At least 130,000 nurses must be trained by 2020 to meet the demands."

Bandar Seri Sendayan is a 2,000ha township comprising residential, commercial, institutional and industrial properties all valued at about RM3 billion.

It is dubbed the Southern Growth Corridor of the Greater Klang Valley Conurbation.

Mohamad said Bandar Seri Sendayan was set to enhance the landscape of Negri Sembilan as the area would be transformed into a comprehensive township project by MBI and BSS Development Sdn Bhd.

It will take 15 years to complete the project.

MBI will work closely with BSS Development to ensure all projects run smoothly and meet the objectives of the Negri Sembilan government to deliver a project that enhances the viability and sustainability of the state.

"Bandar Seri Sendayan will be modelled as the most modern development in the state, where the density is low and covered with lush greenery and verdant parks."

The comprehensive development will also boast its own town centre, recreational park, golf course, nature reserve, a landscaped lake, library and many institutional areas.

The new township also opens up great investment opportunities for local and foreign investors.

IUCN will invest RM200 million on the campus and facilities. Construction of the campus is planned to start soon and the college is targeting 5,000 students when it opens for registration in September next year.

The faculty members will be from the international institutions, including Australia, India, Canada, Indonesia and China.
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First nursing university opens door
Sun, 07 Jun 2009

Its vice-chancellor (VC) and president Datuk Professor Dr Hashim Yaacob who is also the former VC (8th) of Universiti Malaya said, "For those of you seeking a career in nursing, IUCN is the place. We offer the best in nursing studies at the Bachelor, Master and Doctorate degree levels."

IUCN’s degree programmes are pending final approval from the Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE).

IUCN faculty members will be from Malaysia and elsewhere, including Australia, India, Canada, USA, Indonesia and China. IUCN is wholly-owned and managed by Run Education Sdn Bhd.

In the meantime, registration for IUCN’s pre-nursing foundation programme will be conducted from Feb 16 to 28. Post-SPM students can use their forecast results to apply. The minimum entry qualification is five SPM credits, including Bahasa Malaysia, and passes in English, and either Mathematics or Science.

Upon completing the foundation programme, students will continue with the Bachelor of Nursing Science (Hons) at IUCN. The degree programme is awaiting approval by the MOHE. Those waiting for STPM results can also join the foundation programme and transfer to the degree programme once the Ministry of Higher Education approves it, provided their STPM results meet degree entry requirements.

Other programmes in the pipeline are the Bachelor of Nursing Science (Hons) (a top-up programme for in-service nurses with a diploma or its equivalent), Master of Nursing Science by research, and Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing Science. These are also waiting for final approval from the MOHE. IUCN invites enquiries.

The IUCN route of "one-year foundation followed by four years of honours degree programme" is a new option for nurse-aspirants who want a degree and not just a diploma. The traditional route to nursing for SPM holders is via a diploma in nursing. However, a nursing degree affords greater learning, and more career flexibility.

The Malaysian government also wants to upgrade at least 10%-15% of diploma qualified nurses in Malaysia with top-up degrees. At present, only 2% of nurses in Malaysia have nursing degrees.

According to World Health Organisation (WHO), the ideal ratio between a nurse and patient is 1:200. However, in Malaysia, the ratio is 1:645. At least 130,000 nurses must be trained by year 2020 to meet the nation’s demand.

Aside from that, there is also a world shortage of nurses.

IUCN will contribute towards reducing these deficiencies locally and internationally by producing quality nurses with degrees, and upgrading the existing-diploma qualified nurses via its post registration programmes.

The Bandar Sri Sedayan campus targets 5,000 students when it opens next year.

It is a 25-minute drive from KL International Airport (KLIA) and 45-minute drive to Kuala Lumpur.

IUCN executive chairman Summugam Ramasamy said, "It is our mission to make Malaysia the nursing hub of the world. IUCN will be able to accommodate 20,000 students at any one time where focus will be on international students at a ratio of 60%, while local students will make up 40%."
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Malaysia to have World’s first International Nursing University

The world’s first “international university dedicated to nursing education” will be built in Malaysia.

IUCN will invest RM200 million in the campus and facilities. Construction of the campus will begin next month. Mohamad said the university was targeting 5,000 students when it opened for registration in September next year.
Faculty members will be from Malaysia, Australia, India, Canada, United States, Indonesia and China. IUCN is wholly-owned and managed by Run Education Sdn Bhd.

Meanwhile, IUCN executive chairman Summugam Ramasamy said the university aimed to make Malaysia the nursing hub of the world. IUCN will be able to accomodate 20,000 students at any one time.

Focus will be on international students at a ratio of 60 percent, while locals will make up the balance, he said.
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Nursing the world with a degree
NST Online » Local News 2009/06/07

IT'S a never ending demand for nurses and Malaysian hospitals are finding it difficult to fill all nursing positions as reflected in the nurse-patient ratio.
The World Health Organisation's (WHO) ideal ratio is 1:200 but in Malaysia, it is 1:645.

Public health planners have estimated that an estimated 175,000 nurses must be trained by 2020 to meet the nation's demand.

To reach this number, the government has increased nurse training and private hospitals have also expanded their own programmes.

Several dedicated nursing colleges have also been set up in recent years and the International University College of Nursing (IUCN) has taken training one step higher by offering Nursing Science at the undergraduate, master's and doctorate level.

The college offers a one-year pre-nursing course to prepare students for the four-year degree programme.

A student needs five SPM credits to qualify for the pre-nursing programme at the college's wifi city campus in Kota Damansara, Petaling Jaya.

The main campus is being built on a 100-acre site at Bandar Sri Sendayan in Negri Sembilan.

The RM200 million campus has a Nursing Skill Centre with a 400-bed simulation ward, an R&D incubator, kostels, a sport complex and informatics and nursing language laboratories. It is expected to open in January 2011.

Vice-chancellor Datuk Professor Capt Dr Hashim Yaacob said: "We offer the best in nursing studies at the bachelors, master's and doctorate levels.

"Our curriculum meets the requirements of the Higher Education Ministry and the Nursing Board of Malaysia.

"Our motto is 'Nursing The World' and we want to produce well-trained nurses who will meet local and international needs.

"With greater academic standing, nurses can now be on par with other healthcare professionals."

The programmes on offer are the four-year Bachelor of Nursing Science (Hons), the top-up degree programme for the Bachelor of Nursing Science (Hons) for in-service nurses with a diploma or its equivalent, Master of Nursing Science by research and Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing Science by research.

The IUCN's one-year foundation followed by four years of honours degree programme is a new option for those wanting a degree in nursing.

The traditional route to nursing for SPM holders is through a diploma programme.

However, a nursing degree affords greater learning, and more career flexibility, as the global trend now is a degree in nursing science.

IUCN will contribute towards narrowing this gap locally and worldwide by producing quality nurses with a degree, and upgrading the existing diplomas of qualified nurses via its post-registration programmes (top up degree).

IUCN executive chairman Summugam Ramasamy said: "We will be able to accommodate 20,000 students and we will also be focusing on on international students.

"At least 40 per cent of the places will be reserved for Malaysian students.

At present, only two per cent of nurses in Malaysia have nursing degrees and the government wants 10 tp 15 per cent of diploma qualified nurses in Malaysia to have top-up degrees.

The next intake for IUCN's pre-nursing foundation programme is July 18.

Entry into the IUCN pre-nursing programme requires a minimum of five SPM credits, including Bahasa Malaysia, and passes in English, and either Mathematics or Science.
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First International Nursing University In The World In Bandar Sri Sendayan, Seremban
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Seremban, Negeri Sembilan - Sealing the deal for a 200-acre land at the Signing Ceremony of Land Sale & Purchase Agreement at Bandar Sri Sendayan, Seremban between Menteri Besar, Negeri Sembilan (Incorporation) (MBI) and International University College of Nursing (IUCN), Bandar Sri Sendayan in Negeri Sembilan is set to house the first international university dedicated solely for nursing education with multi-discipline specializations. It will be the first and one of its kind in the world. The Sale & Purchase Agreement were signed by YAB Dato' Seri Utama Hj. Mohamad bin Hj. Hasan, Menteri Besar of Negeri Sembilan Darul Khusus, YB Dato' Abdul Radzak Bin Abdul Rahman, State Government Finance Officer and Board of Trustees of MBI, Mr. Summugam Ramasamy, Executive Chairman of IUCN who is also the Director of Run Education Sdn Bhd and Y.A.M. Tunke Dato' Seri Nadzaruddin Ibni Tunku Ja'afar, Director of Run Education Sdn Bhd. The signing ceremony were also attended by YB Dato' Hj. Mohd Haslah Mohd Amin, CEO of MBI and Chairman of BSS Development Sdn Bhd, Y.Bhg. Dato' Prof. Dr. Hashim Yaacob, Vice Chancellor and CEO of International University College of Nursing and Y.Bhg. Dato' Lee Tian Hock, Managing Director of BSS Development Sdn Bhd.
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First university for nursing education in Seremban
By C.S. Nathan

THE first-ever international university dedicated solely for nursing education would soon be built at Bandar Sri Sendayan in Seremban.

The project was cemented at a signing ceremony of the sale and purchase agreement of 80ha of land between Menteri Besar Incorporated (MBI) and International University College of Nursing (IUCN) on May 26. MBI was represented by Negri Sembilan Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Mohamad Hasan and the state financial officer Datuk Abdul Radzak Abdul Rahman while IUCN was represented by its executive chairman Summugam Ramasamy and Run Education director Tunku Nadzaruddin Tuanku Ja’afar (IUCN is wholly-owned and managed by Run Education Sdn. Bhd.)

IUCN Vice-Chancellor Datuk Professor Dr. Hashim Yaacob said that the university would be an avenue for would-be nurses to pursue their degrees and serving nurses could upgrade their skills by undertaking specialisations to keep abreast with the ever-changing scope of nursing care.

“Budding nurses could pursue a four-year degree programme opting to pursue professional specialisations in areas such as critical care, infective diseases, geriartry, paediatrics and palliative care amongst others, under the tutelage of a professional teaching staff.

“We would be investing RM200mil on the campus and its facilities with 5,000 both local and international students anticipated for the first intake,” he said.

Construction of the university is slated to commence next month with Phase 1 comprising the construction of the campus, its amenities and hostels scheduled to be ready in July 2009. IUCN would be taking its first batch of students for the post-registration programme (for those with a nursing diploma) at its temporary campus in Petaling Jaya in September this year before it officially opens its doors in September 2009.

Mohamad said that the building of IUCN is timely as there was a shortage of nurses in the country and in other parts of the world.

“The current nurse to patient ratio is 1:645 in Malaysia in comparison to the ideal ratio of one nurse to 200 patients. We would need at least 130,000 trained nurses by 2020 to cope with the demand.

“I hope that this nursing university would bridge that gap in line with achieving better public healthcare standards in the country,” he said.

Mohamad also said that with the development of projects like the IUCN, the area covering Sendayan, Mantin and Nilai is set to be an education and bio-technology hub.
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Nursing the world
Sunday February 8, 2009 nBy PRIYA KULASAGARAN



An artist’s impression of IUCN’s campus at Bandar Sri Sendayan.

THE Health Ministry aims to upgrade at least 10-15% of nurses with diplomas to a degree qualification, annually. At present, only 2% of nurses in Malaysia possess a degree in nursing.

International University College of Nursing (IUCN) vice-chancellor and president Prof Datuk Dr Hashim Yaacob aims to not only fulfil the government’s goal, but also expand the scope of local nursing education.

“Malaysia can easily be a regional hub of the nursing world,” said Prof Hashim.

“It is not impossible if we work hard at it. I think we are ready to be a centre of nursing education, training and practice.”

Proudly proclaiming itself to be the first university in the world dedicated to nursing, IUCN seems geared towards this vision. Prof Hashim explained that it is a one-faculty university that will focus exclusively on nursing.

“What makes it really stand out is that we are immersing ourselves completely in the field, offering programmes at the bachelor, master and doctorate degree levels.”

IUCN aims to adress the global and local shortage of nurses by providing quality nursing science education.

“Our motto is ‘Nursing the World’ and we want to produce a good supply of well-trained nurses who will meet local and international needs,” said Prof Hashim.

According to government statistics, at least 13,000 nurses must be trained by 2020 to meet the country’s needs.

He added that those with degrees will have greater career flexibility.

“IUCN now allows students the option of going through a pre-nursing course, followed by four years of study for the honours programme. With greater academic standing, nurses can now be on par with other health care professionals.”

Previously, the traditional route to nursing was via a diploma in nursing, after one completes the SPM examinations.

IUCN will also offer a “topping up degree” programme for practising nurses who wish to upgrade their diploma qualification.

The course is open to those registered with the Nursing Board of Malaysia.

While the university’s degree programmes are pending final approval from the Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE), registration for its pre-nursing foundation programme is currently open to school-leavers.

The minimum requirement is five SPM credits, including English. Potential students may apply using their forecast results. Those awaiting their STPM results may also apply, provided their results meet the requisite standard.

Students will then proceed to the Bachelor of Nursing Science (Hons) at IUCN.

“Our curriculum has met the requirements of the MOHE and the Nursing Board of Malaysia, so we do have credibility,” said Prof Hashim.

The first batch for the year-long foundation programme will commence classes at IUCN’s city campus in Jaya One, Petaling Jaya, Selangor, on Feb 16.

“We will take up to 100 students initially. for the maiden intake.

“It is a managable size to start with,” said Prof Hashim, adding that more students will be admitted once more teaching staff join the team.

The university’s main campus, located in Bandar Sri Sendayan, Seremban, is scheduled to be completed at the end of this year.

A sum of RM200mil has been invested on the campus, which will house students pursing their degree programmes.

The Bandar Sri Sendayan campus targets 5,000 students for next January, when it opens for registration.
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RM200mil Nursing College to take shape in Bandar Sri Sendayan, Seremban, Negeri Sembilan
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PROPERTY developer BSS Development Sdn Bhd, a subsidiary of Matrix Concepts Holdings Bhd, expects anchor investor International University College of Nursing (IUCN) to boost the economic development in its new township, Bandar Sri Sendayan in Seremban.

Today, state government agency Menteri Besar Inc of Negeri Sembilan will sign a deal to sell 200 acres in Bandar Sri Sendayan to Run Education Sdn Bhd, the owner and manager of IUCN.

Run Education will invest about RM200mil to build IUCN, Malaysia's first international nursing school.

BSS, in a joint venture with Menteri Besar Inc of Negeri Sembilan, is developing the 5,235-acre Bandar Sri Sendayan, which has a gross development value of RM3bil.

“We believe that the new IUCN campus will accelerate the growth of Bandar Sri Sendayan as well as stir up the local economic activities in Seremban,” Menteri Besar Inc of Negeri Sembilan chief executive officer Datuk Mohd Hasiah Mohd told StarBiz.

He said Menteri Besar Inc is confident of attracting students from neighbouring countries, as IUCN would have a competitive advantage in terms of location, being only 20km from the KL International Airport.

IUCN had a target of 60:40 ratio between international and local students, he added.

BSS managing director Datuk Lee Tian Hock said IUCN expected the first intake of 5,000 students in September next year and hoped to accommodate 20,000 students by 2011.

“We hope IUCN would attract foreign and local students to pursue nursing qualifications in Seremban as the cost of living is relatively lower than the Kuala Lumpur city centre,” he said.

Located in the middle of Bandar Sri Sendayan, the IUCN campus would be developed in two phases and construction was scheduled to start next month, said Lee.

According to him, Bandar Sri Sendayan is expected to have a population of 60,000 when it is fully developed in 15 years.

Meanwhile, BSS and the Negri Sembilan state government agency are currently in talks with a foreign party to sell 1,000 acres for over US$1bil for an integrated tourism-related project.

The deal was expected to be finalised next month, said Mohd Hasiah.
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Negeri Sembilan signed a deal to 200 acres land in Bandar Sri Sendayan to Run Education Sdn Bhd, the owner and manager of International University College of Nursing (IUCN).

IUCN, the first and only international university dedicated to nursing education, target to take in international and local students with 60:40 ratio respectively.



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