Posted: 04 Mar 2014 04:32 PM PST
The illustrative drawing released by Xiamen University shows its future branch school in Malaysia.
PUTRAJAYA: Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak was given a briefing on the development of the proposed Xiamen University branch campus in Malaysia today.
China's ambassador to Malaysia, Huang Huikang, who made a courtesy call to Najib at the latter's office, here, briefed the prime minister on the campus progress during their half-an-hour meeting.
Also present were President of Xiamen University, Prof Zhu Chongshi and the Prime Minister's Special Envoy to China who is also Chairman of the Malaysia-China Business Council, Tan Sri Ong Ka Ting.
Ong, when met after the meeting later, said that Huang and Prof Zhu had explained the progress of the Xiamen University's Malaysia branch campus to Najib.
"They had done a lot of preparatory work and they wish to start the project as soon as possible," he said.
Najib was reported as saying that the Xiamen University's branch campus was expected to enrol 10,000 students for the first stage, of whom one-third would be Malaysian nationals, one-third Chinese nationals while the remaining one-third would be from ASEAN member countries and those outside ASEAN.
It was reported that five faculties would be built on a 60.72-hectare site in Salak Tinggi for the branch campus namely electrical biology engineering and chemical engineering, medical study centre, information and communication technology (ICT), business and economy, Chinese language and literature.
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