Our Achievements

In 26 October 2005, ISBAUK had signed the Memorandum of Understanding with Malaysian Government namely, Skills Development Department, (JPK), Ministry of Human Resource , Malaysia.

This understanding has signed by Minister of Human Resources, namely Dato Seri Dr Fong Chan Onn to promote training and skill programme to anyone (15 years old and above) who has not completed their basic secondary education.

Through this agreement, students will be able to learn skills programmes from SKM certificate level and upon completion they can enroll themselves in ISBAUK’s Diploma Courses. In conclusion, the students may pursue their higher education such as Degree & MBA programmes in the selected universities.


ISBAUK Thinking Skills Academy and ISBAUK Thinking Skills College has been awarded the approvals from Ministry of Higher Education, Malaysia, Ministry of Home Affairs, Malaysia and Malaysia Immigration Department to recruit Foreign student to further study in Malaysia.

Collaboration With Tokuyama Car Maintenance Factory Inc to Conduct Automobile Training (Hybrid and Electric Vehicles) in 2018 - MOA Signed


Collaboration with Global Ground to conduct Aircraft Ground Handling and Ramp Services in 2018. (in progress)


Collaboration with Federation University, Vistoria, Australia to conduct Bachelor of Applied Management program in Jul 2018. (MOA Signed)


Cooperation with Offshore Rep. office to recruit Arab Saudi, GCC, Libya, Egypt, Iran and Middle East Student.


Educational Collaboration wih Agent from China (MOA Signed)


Educational Collaboration with Yong Tai (Impression Melaka) in progress


Collaboration with TMF (in progress) - Appointment as Trustee



ISBAUK Thinking Skills Academy Certificates and Diplomas are awarded by the Skill Development Department (JPK), Ministry of Human Resources, Malaysia and recognized nationwide.

Students from the Skill Development Programmes, will be awarded the Practitioners Certificate, ISBAUK's Diploma and ABE, Advanced Diploma which are recognized in 105 countries.

More than 51 universities in the world accept/acknowledge the qualifications as the entry requirements to pursue Degree and Master programmes.