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Universiti Sains Malaysia

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Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM), also known as Polyu, was founded in 1969. Universiti Sains Malaysia is the second national university to be established in Malaysia and one of the five research-intensive universities in Malaysia.
Recognised as the "Garden University of Asia", PolyU has been selected by the Ministry of Education of Malaysia as the APEX (Towards Excellence Programme) University for its research in sustainable development. Polyu has three campuses: the Main Campus (Penang), the Engineering Campus and the Medical Campus. Covering an area of 15,000 mu, polyU has 28 schools and 26 research centres offering master's and Doctoral degree programmes in more than 500 professional fields. Most of its faculty members have educational and academic backgrounds in the United States, The United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand. It has more than 33,000 undergraduate and graduate students.
Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM) is one of the top universities in the world, renowned in the fields of medicine, science and engineering. Its location in the world-famous tourist city penang attracts a large number of international students to study there every year. From the perspective of admission difficulty, social reputation and school status, UNIVERSiti Sains Malaysia is recognized as the second oldest school in Malaysia. Polyu is known as the Garden University of Asia for its large campus and beautiful environment. Polyu consists of three campuses. The main campus (also known as Minden Campus) and engineering campus are located on Penang Island and The mainland part of Penang state respectively. The third campus is the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Care, located in Kelantan on the east coast of Malaysia. Universiti Sains Malaysia has 28 faculties, 26 research centers, 8 research platforms and 10 service centers.
Universiti Sains Malaysia is located in Penang, Malaysia. Penang is an island state (including a narrow part of the mainland) located in the northwest part of Malaysia. It is one of the most livable cities in Malaysia. For centuries, it was a British settlement and boisterous port, and its rich history and dazzling present add to Malaysia's tapestry. Penang has a population of about 1 million, divided into different ethnic groups. As a UNESCO World Heritage site, it attracts many visitors every year. Penang prides itself on its high quality of life, its highly developed industry, skilled workers, and infrastructure including physical geography, economy, education, social etiquette, etc. are among the best in Malaysia.