The Global University
World-class computer labs are among the hi-tech facilities available in the campus. The university produces IT-savvy, industry-ready graduates who are trained using the latest equipments and tools. They hence join the workforce with knowledge that would easily make them leaders.
Since opening some 5 years ago, Limkokwing's Fashion & Design School has been making headlines, winning accolades and setting new standards. Business units and fully-equipped fashion workshops are features that reflects just how innovative the training is.
The Limkokwing campus comes equipped with professional facilities that include an e-library with a collection of more than 20,000 books, thousand of journals, periodicals and articles. It's a one-stop centre for students.
The library will serve as a resource for students researching into creativity. The panel explains the importance of creativity in arriving at design solutions, marketing strategies and communications of importance inssues related to industry, government and academia.
The Limkokwing photo lab provides students with the latest facilities in photography.
Centre for Design Innovation
The centre is tasked to help Malaysian companies develop their brands in order to strengthen the nation's ability to compete in the global market in the face of new challenges.
Design Exploration Gallery
The university's industry-base environment means students gets to work with professionals with every aspect. At the Student Gallery, works by the most brilliant of creative minds are highlighted, reflecting the high quality training, they receive at the university college.
The music studio is fitted with high-tech, digital equipment such as Digidesign Protools HD3 Accel, Digidesign 192 I/O, Digidesign Pre Amp, Soundcrafts, Otari, Genelec Surround Speaker Set and quality sound studios.
Making Headlines, one of the business units on campus where students learn to create and manage products and services, reflects Limkokwing's industry-within-university concept.
Just like home..... the university provides full accomodation - hostel facitilies come complete with satellite TV and wireless Internet access.
A recreation club for students with a most unique setting based on the theme of recycled junk art, One World Club is where creative minds from the different corners of the world mingle and learn from one another.
This is the brand developed to meet the expectations of a new generation that loves to hangout with friends. The cafe has its own unique product range that include items specially created like the Durian Coffee and Durian Smoothie which are hot-selling products, attracting patrons from elsewhere in Cyberjaya.
This is a fitness centre which is not about keeping trim. It is being developed as a legitimate business with brand extensions that will include fashionable fitness wear.
An al fresco eatery where food meets the expectations of different tastes from Malay, Chinese and Indian cuisine to fusion food and pastry corner for the health concious.
10-Ten Convenience Store
A sundry shop to call their own... the small but important outlet where the simplest of needs are conveniently met, from canned drinks to snack food to popular magazines.
“I was taken on a tour of this wonderful, this creative centre… I am confident that both Limkokwing University College and Malaysia Design Innovation Centre will play a leading role in developing skilled human resource in the creative fields for the benefits of the Malaysia and the wider world. I am sure you will do as you have promised – your university will be the centre of excellence, not just the best in Malaysia but the best in the region and, hopefully, one of the best in the world.” - 2004"And I’m very very happy, most grateful, when Tan Sri Lim Kok Wing personally just now, has declared to all of us that his university college is ready to help us in order to promote the Malaysian brand abroad." - 2005
YB Dato’ Seri Abdullah bin Haji Ahmad Badawi Prime Minister of Malaysia
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