Tunku Abdul Rahman University College

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    • Tunku Abdul Rahman University College, often known as TARC or KTAR, is a public institution of higher learning in Malaysia. It has six campuses in six states across Malaysia. The college operates with a 50% subsidy from the government for its recurrent and capital expenditure; the other 50% funding comes from the college trustees and income collected. Tunku Abdul Rahman College was officially upgraded into a university college on 2 May 2013. It is now known as Tunku Abdul Rahman University College. Steeped in tradition of excellence, the institution currently has a student population of 25,000 students and has educated 160,000 graduates who have gone on to become national leaders, established businessmen, entrepreneurs, CEOs and professionals of various industries.