About Us


Our purpose is to educate and transform individuals who will make a difference.

The Faculty of Business and Management (FBM) is one of the largest faculties at UCSI University. At FBM, we seek to promote an interdisciplinary approach – a strategy that has contributed immensely to many achievements of our students. As part of the Faculty's philosophy in effecting positive change through transformative education, our programmes are diversified to cultivate an authentic learning environment. Be it our business administration or management courses and accounting courses, they are fused with innovative teaching and learning practices with strategic partnerships and research.

At UCSI University, we believe that dialogue is a form of profound human communication. The Faculty places great emphasis on annual programme review meetings as constant interaction with parents, subject experts and industry practitioners, which is imperative in ensuring that the programmes remain relevant to industrial needs. The feedback sessions also pass as a watershed in our efforts to groom high-calibre market-driven graduates.

Each year, we welcome students from over 110 countries into our various programmes, guaranteeing an eclectic mix of student population that is highly enriching in nature. The Faculty also boasts close relationships with key industrial partners such as Tricor, Apple and the Securities Commission to provide student training and sponsorship for university events, as well as professional accrediting bodies such as ACCA, CIMA, and CPA Australia that provide professional certification as well as exemptions to students.

So whether it is to study for a business management course or any other business-related courses, know that your foundation in business starts here.


To be a global future-ready leading sustainable praxis business and management faculty in social science research, academic innovation and engagement to practice.


Create I Connect I Conduct


Empathy I Inclusivity I Diversity


  • Praxis Centres have been set up within the Faculty of Business and Management (FBM) to provide faculty members opportunities to be involved in industrial collaboration projects.
  • Students are given the opportunity to work and learn at these Praxis Centres.
  • To create a link between the students’ Final Year Projects and Co-Operative Placements to ensure the students projects are industry-focused.
  • To enhance ties with professional bodies such as ACCA, CIMA, CPA Australia, CTIM (Chartered Tax Institute of Malaysia) and MFPC (Malaysia Financial Planning Council) for mutual recognition, internationalisation, professionalism and student employability.

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