INTI UNIVERSAL HOLDINGS BERHAD (266729-P)
(Incorporated In Malaysia)

PROFILE -- HISTORY


      INTI Universal Holdings Berhad was incorporated as a private limited company on 11 June 1993 to facilitate the listing of the INTI Group of Colleges. Its principal activity is investment holding. In support of the core business of the Group of providing quality higher education, the Group also operates book stores and convenience stores; provides publication services, corporate training, seminars, counseling services, IT related software solutions, network equipment and integration of computers; and manages hostel accommodation for students, via its subsidiary companies.

      The Company subsequently obtained public limited status on 6 July 1995 and was listed on the Second Board of Bursa Malaysia (formerly known as Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange) on 27 June 1996. In a short span of four years, the Company was transferred to the Main Board of Bursa Malaysia on 9 October 2000.

      The INTI Group of Colleges has spread its wings internationally with operations in Thailand, Indonesia, and China (Beijing, Hong Kong and Shanghai). This is in addition to its eight local colleges situated in Subang Jaya, Petaling Jaya, Nilai, Penang, Pahang, Kota Kinabalu and Kuching.

      On the local front, the INTI Group continues to advance into areas of market demand such as hospitality, tourism, leisure, multimedia design, biotechnology and mobile telecommunications. The latest associate local campuses of the Group are Metropolitan College, PJ College of Art & Design and Kolej Antarabangsa Genting (to be re-named Genting INTI International College).

      Apart from the many prestigious awards and recognition received by its colleges, INTI Universal Holdings Berhad has also been recognized as a public-listed Company in Malaysia that has produced exemplary value for its shareholders and bagged the KPMG Shareholder Value Awards 2002 (Infrastructure Category).

      Although INTI has grown in leaps and bounds since its humble beginnings in 1986, its colleges continue to hold true to their mission of providing holistic and quality education. This is evidenced by the availability of a wide variety of activities and programmes, among them the Student Industrial Attachment/Graduate Internship Programme (SIAGIP) for students and graduates, Mentor-Mentee programmes, and the annual College Day that contributes to needy organizations and homes via charity drives.