University of Cyberjaya, in celebration of recently launching its Creative Arts and Design programmes is organising the UoC Cup: Mobile Legends Tournament this 14th and 15th October 2023. The entire event has a prize pool of RM10,000 and will be split between the top 8 winning teams.
In addition to the prize pool, winners in the top 30 finalists will also have the opportunity to apply for 100% or 50% scholarships to any of the 6 Creative Arts and Design programmes worth collectively more than RM 1 Million.
Bachelor of Multimedia (Hons) in 3D Animation
Bachelor in Creative Multimedia (Hons)
Bachelor of Art (Hons) in Graphic Design (Advertising)
Diploma in Graphic Design
Diploma in Digital Creative Content
Diploma in 3D Animation
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University of Cyberjaya (UoC) is a top-tier university in Malaysia as reflected in the latest QS Rankings which accorded UoC a 5-star rating. The University is also ranked Competitive (Berdaya Saing) by the Ministry of Higher Education’s SETARA ratings. Established in 2005 and with an investment of almost RM200 million, the university is located in Cyberjaya, Malaysia’s first smart city, on a 5-acre, modern, fully equipped, green-friendly campus. The campus is surrounded by lush greeneries and provides a serene backdrop for a conducive environment for student living and learning.
In addition to an overall rating of 5 stars by QS, the University also received 5 stars for specific categories. These are all for 5-stars for Teaching, Employability, Academic Development, Internationalisation, Facilities, Social Responsibility, Inclusiveness, and Specialist Criteria (MBBS). Known for its rigorous and independent data collection and analysis, this recognition by the QS Stars programme has been even more significant.
“Due to the overwhelming response to this tournament, we have decided to close registrations ahead of time before the midnight deadline tonight. We appreciate your interest. Members of the public are welcome to attend the event in person to support or view the competition on our campus.”