No Shortage Of Opportunities For Students At The Faculty Of Islamic Studies

new_110515_FPI_01By Nasrullah Uul (UKM Intern)
Pix Abd Ra’ai Osman

BANGI, 8 May 2015 – The Faculty of Islamic Studies (FPI) at The National University of Malaysia (UKM) held its Open Day programme to assist graduates and attract new students to do further studies at UKM.

The various courses offered include  full-time study, part-time and even  distance learning under the purview of the Education Development Center of UKM.

Executive Director of the Center for Strategy Prof Dato’ Ir Mohd Marzuki bin Mustafa officiated the Open Day on April 23.

Prof Marzuki said the students must participate in various academic activities which would help them give a holistic approach to human capital and efficiency.

He said post-graduate studies can add value to the marketability of the graduates and thus contribute to society.

Also present at the Open Day was FPI Dean Prof Dr Wan Kamal Mujani who pledged that it would  continue to improve infrastructure for a better and more conducive atmosphere, with the involvement of students in  missionary work among indigenous communities throughout Malaysia.

Prof Wan Kamal said this proved that the faculty took a comprehensive approach in expanding its missionary and teaching activities.

He added that at the same time more space would be made available for graduate students at  level 5 of  the Unstitute of the Malay World and Civilization (ATMA) which was opened after this programme.

He expressed hope the Open Day provided the information needed by students about the prospects which had placed UKM as among the most foreward-thinking institutions in all fields.

This Open Day provided the opportunity the for faculty members to meet members of the public and explain the functions of the faculty.