Petaling Jaya

January 7, 2000

Malaysia's national accreditation board has ruled that students enrolling for masters degrees in private universities must have at least a first degree or its equivalent. The minimum entry requirement will take effect next year. Board chairman Mohamed Suleiman said private colleges failing to comply with the directive might lose approval to run courses.

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