Step Into the Future With UNIMY Open Month This March 2020

Stay ahead of the curve in your education at UNIMY Open Month happening this March 2020! Read on to find out more.

Published 04 Mar 2020

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March is here and with it, comes UNIMY Open Month!

UNIMY (or University Malaysia of Computer Science and Engineering) is organising a month-long open day this March 2020.

Stay prepared for the future with their many workshops and sharing sessions, such as the Cybersecurity Workshop, Hour of Code Session (experience an interactive coding activity) and IoT Immersive Experience. What’s more, this is also the perfect opportunity for you to meet UNIMY counsellors and student ambassadors to find out what it’s like to study at UNIMY.

As Malaysia’s Premier Digital Technology University, you can be assured you’re in good hands as UNIMY’s programmes are specifically tailored to prepare students for the future.

Sounds interesting? Read on to find out more!

When and where?


  • 7 – 8 March 2020: IR4.0 Sharing Session
  • 14 – 15 March 2020: Cyber Security Workshop
  • 21 – 22 March 2020: Hour of Code
  • 28 – 29 March 2020: IoT Immersive Experience

Time: 10am – 5pm

Venue: UNIMY Campus, Cyberjaya, Selangor

Why should you attend?

Here’s why you don’t want to miss UNIMY’s Open Month:

  • Participate in a series of interactive workshops designed to introduce you to the exciting world of technology
  • Get special fee waivers
  • Tour the UNIMY campus in Cyberjaya
  • Speak to education counsellors to find out which tech programme suits you best

This is one journey back to the future you don’t want to miss!

Travel to Malaysia’s own Silicon Valley, Cyberjaya, and step into the future with UNIMY Open Month this March 2020!

Interested? Click here to register. Alternatively, you can also leave your details below.

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