Its acting vice-chancellor, Professor Junaenah Sulehan, said eligible students will receive sponsored tuition and accommodation, as well as stipends.
She said UCSF will hold July and September admissions open interview sessions at select locations for SPM and STPM graduates who wish to continue their education.
“UCSF’s corporate communications and marketing team will be in several locations in Sabah to conduct the interview sessions,” she said.
It will start at MB Hotel Tawau on June 14, followed by Sipadan Hall, Semporna District Council on June 16, Harbor Mall Sandakan (June 18-19), Kota Marudu Community Hall (June 21), Pisompuruan Square Tambunan (June 23), Keningau SME Hall (June 25), Pa’ Musa Beaufort Hall (June 28), and UCSF Sembulan (June 30).
“All sessions start from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. except at Kota Kinabalu (UCSF campus in Sambulan), which is scheduled to start from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.,” she said in a statement Wednesday.
UCSF offers degree and bachelor’s degree programs recognized by the Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA).
Some of the degree programs offered include hospitality management, tourism management, accounting, business management, media studies, animation, screen art, as well as visual arts and design.
UCSF also offers undergraduate programs including hospitality and tourism management, sustainable resource management and conservation, development studies with media communications, business administration, and accounting.
Interested persons can contact Morsede Mohamad on 011-26169717, Arbot Maakut on 014-6605627 or the Student Relations Office on 017-7050173/088-511173.
UCSF was established in 2014 and is a wholly owned subsidiary of Yayasan Sabah Group.