Peninsula College awarded MyQuest 5 Star from the Ministry of Higher Education

Peninsula College is proud to have achieved another milestone in its 22-year journey by attaining a 5-Star award from the Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE) in the recent Malaysian Quality Evaluation System for Private Colleges or MyQuest rating for the year 2018/2019.

This award has solidified Peninsula College as a higher education institution that provides quality education aligns with the SETARA rating system which is assessed through 38 factors that include teaching and learning practice, pastoral support as well as student personal development support.

MyQuest is an instrument established by MOHE to appraise the excellence of private college and universities in Malaysia, emphasising on 5 core quality criteria which include student profile, programme recognition, graduate recognition, quality of resources and soundness of governance. With this achievement, we conform to the Ministry of Higher Education’s (MOHE) Key Results Area (KRA) in elevating the quality and internationalisation of higher education that contribute to graduates’ employability in the future.

Peninsula College always believes in a holistic approach towards education. Beyond the traditional teaching and learning, the Peninsula is committed to build a community who is nurtured for the betterment of self, surroundings, and society, staying loyal to their motto, “Your Employability…Our Priority”.

This recognition will serve as a steppingstone for Peninsula College as it sets out to be an educational institution that cultivates future leaders who are of high morale and calibre.

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Peninsula College Malaysia is widely regarded as the first education institution within a corporate organisation. We offer certificate, foundation, diploma, degree and postgraduate programmes.

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Professor Dr Ian Pashby

Advisor & Non-Executive Director
Peninsula Higher Education Group

Professor Ian Robert Pashby graduated from the University of Sheffield (UK) with a bachelor’s degree in Metallurgy and then worked in research and development for Rolls-Royce (aero engines). He joined the Warwick Manufacturing Group at the University of Warwick (UK) as a lecturer, was awarded his PhD for research in the processing of materials and subsequently promoted to Senior Lecturer.

In 2000, he became Professor of Manufacturing Processes at the University of Nottingham (UK).

Professor Pashby moved to the University of Nottingham’s Malaysia Campus in 2007 to become Deputy Head. became Pro-Vice Chancellor and then CEO of the campus in 2008. Returning to the UK in 2013, he became Pro-Vice Chancellor at the University of Hull (UK). He moved back to Malaysia in 2017 to lead the Peninsula Higher Education Group as its Group President and in 2024 became the Advisor.