- SAS to combine knowledge analytics into the college’s curriculum
- Increase digital-based studying, put together for digitally superior future
Monash College Malaysia and knowledge analytics resolution supplier SAS Institute Inc have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to supply college students who’ve accomplished chosen models provided on the college of enterprise, Monash College Malaysia, with a SAS Educational Specialisation.
In a press release, the college mentioned the MoU is a joint effort by each organisations to award college students who full required programs a digital badge that the scholars could use on-line to point their SAS Educational Specialisation.
It added that the partnership aspires to spice up digital-based studying whereas making ready college students for a digitally superior future and the aggressive job market.
Cheam Tat Inn, managing director (Malaysia), SAS Institute mentioned the demand for expert analytics expertise continues to outpace provide in Malaysia, subsequently it’s important to shut this expertise hole.
“Our partnership with Monash College Malaysia will assist to help an analytics and technology-enabled workforce by way of integrating the college’s curriculum with SAS analytics software program, equipping college students with the talents to unravel enterprise issues utilizing real-world knowledge,” he added.
Monash College’s college of enterprise goals to determine a long-term working relationship with SAS Institute Malaysia by way of this MoU by bridging the digital hole created by an insufficient pool of information specialists in Malaysia.
It mentioned the transfer may also improve the college’s training energy in making ready college students for a profession in analytics.
Stating that digital literacy is a non-negotiable ability right now, Beverley Webster, vice chairman (training), Monash College Malaysia mentioned the college goals to have graduates with specialised abilities in a complete vary of information analytics expertise.
“We goal to nurture expertise that’s in excessive demand, expertise that traverses a variety of fields and self-discipline areas – not simply the tech industries,” she added.
Webster mentioned knowledge analytics has grown to be an asset in quite a few industries so accessing the SAS Educational Specialisation Programme will help the college’s ambitions.
“College students could be awarded digital badges upon finishing chosen models provided within the college and may use them to display that they’ve achieved particular abilities,” she mentioned.
“This partnership goals to create a pool of expertise that may fulfill the necessity for a data-driven economic system,” mentioned Nafis Alam, head of the varsity of enterprise, Monash College Malaysia.
“Monash’s College of Enterprise and SAS have the identical aspirations of equipping graduates and the prevailing labour pressure with knowledge analytics abilities.”