Campus Solutions (staff and applicants) has today commenced rollout in Malaysia. This is the new student life cycle administration system which will be adopted in the UK later this year. MyNottingham, the student portal to the system, will be available to students in Malaysia at the beginning of February. This is a major milestone for Project Transform and the University.
Ian Leitch, Project Transform Programme Director, said: “I am incredibly proud of the entire team and want to thank them for the effort that they have put in to deliver this significant milestone. It’s a real testimony to the fantastic teamwork and collaboration that we have achieved across Project Transform, bringing teams together in both Malaysia and the UK, to deliver what will be a fantastic outcome for UNMC.”
Prof Karen Cox, Deputy Vice-Chancellor and sponsor of Project Transform, said: “Campus Solutions going live on our Malaysia Campus is the culmination of the hard work and determination of colleagues across the UK, China and Malaysia. It is brilliant what has been achieved by colleagues working together and I am very proud of the team.
“I know we are all excited to see colleagues and students in Malaysia begin to feel the benefits that our new systems and ways of working will bring – the next phase of an implementation that started with Enquiries and Admissions in the UK, and will continue across all campuses over 2017.”
The Project Transform team continue to support UNMC operations, whilst preparing for the next phases of the project aimed at both the UK and China.
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