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MAHSA Proudly Partners with Chartered Association of Building Engineers (CABE)

The Faculty of Engineering, Built Environment and IT has officially partnered with the Chartered Association of Building Engineers (CABE) at an event today with the presence of CABE delegates, Dr Gavin Dunn, CEO of CABE UK, Alison Duckles, Director of Professional Development and Sr Isacc Sunder Rajan , Chair of CABE Malaysia Chapter. MAHSA University is the 3rd university in Malaysia after UKM and USM to achieve this partnership. As such we will receive accreditation from CABE for 4 of our programmes, Diploma and Degree in Civil Engineering, Diploma and Degree in Architecture Technology. Range of benefits of this collaboration include: Free membership of CABE for all of our students. The opportunity to be accredited by one of the most exciting and one of the fastest-growing industry bodies in the sector. A dedicated CABE team to provide personal support to and partner with our University to link Academia and students with the profession and employers for the benefit of the sector. 5 F
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