SEGi University and Colleges first opened its doors as Systematic College in 1977 in the heart of Kuala Lumpur’s commercial district, offering globally recognised professional qualifications. Since then, SEGi has experienced significant growth by adapting and catering to an increasing demand for tertiary education and professional qualifications in Malaysia. Known as one of the largest private higher education providers in Malaysia, SEGi now serves 20,000 students in five major campuses located in Kota Damansara, Kuala Lumpur, Subang Jaya, Penang and Sarawak.
Today, the significance of climbing the career ladder in the industry is highly competitive, therefore SEGi now offers a new breakthrough method known as RISE . SEGi RISE enables working adults to upgrade their qualification level whilst accommodating their work schedule, hence fulfilling work-life balance.
The University is governed by the Private Higher Educational Institutions Act 1996 [Act 555] established by the Malaysian Ministry of Education.
To pursue global educational standards of excellence in curriculum design & development, teaching & learning, research and scholarly activities.
SEGi strives to be a good corporate citizen that leads by example with regards to environment protection of the area of sustainable resource utilisation.
Under the Constitution, the Board of Governors is the governing, policy making, and monitoring body of the university responsible for providing guidance, inputs on, and clarifying the university strategic direction and aspirations as well as to oversee and supervise institutional governance, financial affairs, human resource development, and academic affairs.
The Senate is the highest academic body in the university and, subject to the provision of the Act, the University Constitution and the statutes and rules, shall have the control and general direction of instruction, research and examination, and the award of degrees, diplomas, certificates and other academic distinctions.
The Risk Committee of SEGi University oversees the risk management framework and ensure that it effectively facilitates the identification, assessment and mitigation of key higher level risks across the University.”