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University of Malaya Library, Malaysia 

The University of Malaya Library encompasses a network of libraries and through this network the Library is able to provide comprehensive services and facilities using the discipline-based approach. Through the Library’s home page at http://www.umlib.um.edu.my, one is able to explore the multitude of services as well as the various facilities available to the users. The collection within the Library has been developed in line with the teaching, learning and research needs of the University. The Library now holds more than 1.4 million titles with over 2.1 million items in various formats. In addition to that the Library provides access to more than 85 online databases comprising of more than 46,000 e-journal titles and more than 150,000 e-book titles.

The Hashemite University Library, Jordan

The Hashemite University ( الجامعة الهاشمية ), often abbreviated HU, is a state-supported university located in Zarqa, Jordan. The Hashemite University has a comprehensive campus with a total built-up area of 300,000 square metres (3,200,000 sq ft), designed in four phases. The fourth design phase was completed in 2005, exceeding 50,000 square metres. The university includes Faculties of Arts, Science, Educational Science, Supporting Medical Sciences Nursing College, Engineering, Literature and many other buildings and related services. It is located on the outskirts of Zarqa on two main highways with a site area of about 1,100,000 square metres (12,000,000 sq ft), rendering it as one of the largest universities in Jordan.

KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden 

KTH Royal Institute of Technology (KTH, Swedish: Kungliga Tekniska högskolan) is a university in Stockholm, Sweden. KTH was founded in 1827 as Sweden’s first polytechnic and is one of Scandinavia’s largest (by some definitions) institutions of higher education in technology. KTH accounts for one-third of Sweden’s technical research and engineering education capacity at university level. KTH offers programmes leading to a Master of Architecture, Master of Science in Engineering, Bachelor of Science in Engineering, Bachelor of Science, Master of Science, licentiate or doctoral degree. The university also offers a technical preparatory programme for non-scientists and further education.

Universidade Lusófona (Lusophone University), Portugal 

The Universidade Lusófona (ULHT) is a higher education institution private Portuguese recognized public interest by Decree-Law No. 92/98 of 14 April. The Universidade Lusófona is the largest private university in Portugal and is part of the private and cooperative subsystem Portuguese higher education and is integrated in the so – called Lusophone Group . It currently hosts around 12,500 students.

VIT University, India

VIT University or VIT, formerly called Vellore Engineering College, is an Indian institute of higher education and a deemed university under Section 3 of the UGC Act. Founded in 1984, as Vellore Engineering College, by G. Viswanathan, the institution offers 20 undergraduate, 34 postgraduate, four integrated and four research programs. It has campuses in Vellore and Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India. Foundation stone for VIT Bhopal campus at Sehore, Madhya Pradesh was laid down by Mr. Shivraj Singh Chauhan (Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh) on 20 October 2016.


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