The University of East Anglia (UEA) has signalled its commitment to quality and diversity in Malaysia by opening a regional office located in the Sri Hartamas suburb of Kuala Lumpur.
A permanent team of staff led by Regional Office Manager, Carolyn Leong, covers a wide range of activities designed to support our students, alumni and the wider UEA family.
As well as working on profile raising, the office supports UEA graduates’ employability in the region and also works on building existing international links including study abroad programmes, summer schools, exchange trips and research collaborations.
If you have any ideas or would like to collaborate with the office, please do not hesitate to contact Carolyn or arrange an appointment to visit the office.
Our regional office based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia is conveniently located to offer support to potential students, partners and alumni across South East Asia. If you are local, feel free to arrange an appointment to meet with us. If you are unable to visit in person, please do not hesitate to contact us should you have any questions.
Regional Manager - South East Asia
Carolyn has been working in Education for more than 10 years and has gained an excellent understanding of the industry in Australia, New Zealand, the UK, Malaysia and Singapore. She has experience recruiting in Asia. Having joined UEA in August 2016, Carolyn is excited about this next part of her journey!
Mobile: +60 14961 3427
Regional Liaison Officer - Indonesia, Singapore,Thailand & The Philippines
Beatrice has an excellent background in international education having worked with colleges in Singapore and Malaysia as well as having spent time in Korea.
Mobile: +60 14378 9724
Regional Liaison Officer - Brunei, Malaysia & Vietnam
CL is a UEA alumnus who enjoys assisting high school leavers to pursue their higher education.
Mobile: +60 18778 8032
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A-2-7 Plaza Damas 3
Sri Hartamas, 50480
Should you have any questions please do use the links below to email us or request a callback