Penang based Metaverse Universal College (MVUC) which specializing in Hospitality, Culinary, and Business Management signed a document of Letter of Intent (LOI) with VOS (Imna Development Sdn Bhd. Formerly known as Ri-Yaz College).

MVUC has been at the forefront of education for over 16 years, and this partnership signifies a significant leap forward in its commitment to student success and holistic development. 

With the collaboration, Metaverse Universal College is set to establish a strategic alliance with VOS, offering a unique and immersive learning environment for its students. 

This facility will serve as an extension of the college, providing students with the opportunity to apply their theoretical knowledge in a real-world setting. 

Present to witness the ceremony was State Exco for Social Development, Welfare and Non-Islamic Religious Affairs, YB Lim Siew Khim along with Dato Ooi Khoon Leong, managing director of VOS, Professor Dr Kenneth Quah, president at Metaverse Universal College and deputy managing director of VOS, Jason Ooi among others.

Among the key highlights of this collaboration is the integration of practical work experience into the academic curriculum. Metaverse Universal College students will not only gain access to a state-of-the-art facility but will also have the chance to gain hands-on experience by working within VOS. 

This strategic move aligns with MVUC’s vision of producing graduates who not only excel academically but also possess the practical skills necessary for success in the professional arena. VOS, as part of the agreement, will have the liberty to engage and recruit MVUC students, further solidifying the symbiotic relationship between the college and the industry. 

This unique approach ensures that students receive a well-rounded education that combines
academic rigor with practical application, making them stand out in a competitive job market. 

“We believe in offering more than just theoretical knowledge. Our aim is to differentiate ourselves by providing our students with real-world experience while they are still studying,” said Professor Dr Kenneth Quah.  

“This collaboration signifies a major milestone for MVUC and VOS, and we look forward to expanding it even further when the time is right.” he added.

This partnership underscores MVUC’s commitment to providing a comprehensive and valuable education that prepares students for the challenges of the ever-evolving professional landscape.

From left – Prof Dr Kenneth, YB Lim and Dato Ooi