| Fadley Faisal |
THE Syariah and Law Faculty of Universiti Islam Sultan Sharif Ali (UNISSA) recently inked a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Prince of Songkla University (PSU), Hat Yai Campus, Thailand on academic cooperation.
The ceremony was held at the Senate room of UNISSA with representatives of both sides signing the MoU witnessed by Deputy Rector of UNISSA, Dr Haji Mohammed Hussain bin Pehin Penyurat Haji Ahmad.
UNISSA was represented by its Dean of Syariah and Law Faculty, Professor Madya Dr Haji Abdul Mohaimin bin Haji Noordin Ayus and PSU, Thailand was represented by its Dean of Law Faculty, Wasin Suwannarat.
In the memorandum, the two universities agreed to cooperate in academic fields and mobility of students/staff programme in the field of law and others to be developed from time to time.
The inking is also a follow-up to the previous signing of another MoU between UNISSA and PSU on November 24, 2013 in Bangkok, Thailand.
PSU, Thailand was established in 1986 and now has five campuses.
The Hat Yai Campus, situated in the heart of Hat Yai City, is the biggest campus in Southern Thailand.
PSU’s establishment is in line with Thailand’s vision to create Hat Yai province as an education hub and the best local cultural institution in Southern Thailand.
Five PSU students from its Patani Campus of the Islamic Institution College are currently undertaking the Arabaic Language enrichment course at Pusat Penataran Ilmu dan Bahasa, UNISSA.
The Thai counterpart will be sending students to UNISSA to undergo the many available courses and modules under the Business Law, Syariah Criminal Law and others.