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Formally known as University College of Technology and Management Malaysia, Management & Science University (MSU) has come a long way. What started out as one of the smallest colleges in Malaysia about 10 years ago with an enrolment of only 300 students, now has a student body of 17,000 and 11 faculties.

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ROCKWOOL Malaysia Sdn Bhd
Lot 4, Solok Waja 1,
Bukit Raja Industrial Estate,
41050 Klang, Selangor, Malaysia

Tel: (+60) 3 3341 3444

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Management & Science University

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Prima Seasons Sdn Bhd

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Abd. Khalid Architect

The full university status was conferred to the institution in 2007, 2 October in a ceremony graced by the Deputy Prime Minister and Higher Education Minister.

MSU is well-positioned to be one of the leading universities in the country providing industry-relevant diplomas, bachelor degrees, postgraduate courses and research disciplines.MSU emphasizes on the importance of quality teaching staff, equipping them with innovative and creative teaching methodologies. Apart from incorporating international experience and exposure among students, extensive industrial training components are also fused into the
programme of study to ensure graduate's employability.

In order to ensure a comfortable and favourable learning environment for the students and lecturers alike, ROCKWOOL ThermalRock B40 was the answer. This non-combustible light weight thermal insulation blanket provides an ideal insulation for the single skin roofing system. ThermalRock products achieve its insulation properties by trapping air within the material, creating millions of trapped air pockets to resist thermal transfer; therefore allowing the building to be kept cool for a longer period and makes excessive cooling unnecessary.

Apart from its good thermal conductivity value, ThermalRock was also used for its sound absorbing ability. With the porous open structure of the material, the spaces between the fibres create open air voids to allow sound absorption. Coupled with the low stiffness of the stone wool, it provides an effective damping in the roofing system to enable high sound
transmission loss.