Meeting with UTHM Executives for MOU between UTHM and University of Salford, United Kingdom for Split-site PhD Programme

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Date:
9th June 2020

Place/Venue:
Online Google Meet at KANZU Research, UTHM

Participants:
YBhg Prof Ismail Abd Rahman, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic & International), Dr Nik Hisyamuddin (Director, PHUI), Dr Linda Idris (Deputy Dean, CGS), Dr Chesda (Deputy Director, PHUI) and Mr Zukhiri (PHUI), Mr Farhan Ahmed Roslan (RA, THINKlab & KANZU Research), Sr. Dr Noralfishah Sulaiman (Director KANZU Research, UTHM) and KANZU Team

Description:
The meeting started with the greetings from all departments involved in the Executive Committee, UTHM. Farhan Ahmed described his roles and responsibilities as a research assistant at the University of Salford regarding international project engagement in TRANSCEND as a PhD student. In the meeting, Dr Nora explained about the clauses in MOU for split-site PhD programme between UTHM and Univerisity of Salford, which were already agreed from the University of Salford, UK. Prof Ismail commented on the issues and the way to proceed with the MOU. All participants agreed upon the changes and will be amended later and signed by the Vice-chancellor, the University of Salford, UK. The meeting was a success toward collaboration between the University of Salford and Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia. The meeting was ended with kind regards.

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