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has 5 blocks (4 female blocks and 1 male block) with a capacity of 355 rooms available. Za'ba's Rectory College has 356 rooms for 2 people, 13 for 3 people and 9 for 4 persons per room reserved for all students staying in college. Available accommodation is also open for rentals by outsiders. Rates for each accommodation vary by category. PLEASE SEE THE PAYMENTS LIKE THE FOLLOWING LINK: -

In addition to providing accommodation, the college also provides good facilities and can be used by students namely the 500-person Hall Rental Facilities for Wedding Ceremony or other Activities / Programs. PLEASE CLICK LINKS DOWNLOAD THE BOOKS OF THE BOOKS AND CONDITIONS OF THE BOARD ASSOCIATION.
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Application for admissions to UPM for recruitment every year is via Online Application which is coordinated by the Student Entry Management Division, Department of Higher Education Malaysia. Applicants may access the Website http://upu.moe.gov.my/ for complete information on the general terms and requirements of the Program and subsequently submit applications via the Online Application after the advertisement on the local newspaper.
Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM) emphasizes the current needs and comfort of its current student, who is studying at UPM. Hence, UPM provides a variety of technology equipment and facilities to ensure the comfort of students. Apart from that, various non-academic programs and activities are being conducted for current students so that they are happy at UPM and at the same time can balance academic achievement and soft development for sustainable living.

Students who are placed at the Reverend Za'ba College are comprised of various programs of study as follows: -

 

Moving out of the ivory tower as an outstanding graduates of UPM does not mean that your relationship with the community here stops just like that. Former UPM graduates are welcome to join the UPM Alumni Association, which is specially set up to strengthen the bonds of relationships as well as beneficial networks of expertise variations. In fact, many of the members of the UPM Alumni have been appointed as ambassadors for their big contribution in their respective fields, leaving a huge impact on society and nation - as well as bringing the name of the university internationally. Since 1971, UPM alumni has reached over 145,000 people - not only from Malaysia but from across the globe covering Australia, Iran, France, Myanmar and Saudi Arabia. Armed with a passion for strengthening the reputation of formerly respected university community, Alumni UPM has now successfully shared great ideas and voiced critical views for dynamic university development in realizing its vision and mission. For those who are interested to know the details of the UPM Alumni Association, please visit the Official Website of the Alumni Center and the Alumni Association at any time.
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KULIAH BINA MINDA SIHAT SIRI SATU
On 28 November 2020 (Saturday), the College Representative Council of Spiritual and Security Secretariat, Pendeta Za’ba College in collaboration with the management of Pendeta Za’ba College, Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM) has organized a Healthy Mind Building Lecture Program which took place online webex application, Za'ba Pastor College. The KBMS program through this online method is the second large-scale program held after the success of the Za'ba Mighty Week program. The program was broadcast live starting as early as 8.30 pm which lasted from one hour to two hours due to a very effective and beneficial lecture session delivered by the guest speaker, Mr. Simei who is from Singapore. Live viewing on the platform has received a lively response from the residents and staff of Pendeta Za’ba College with the number of views managed to reach around 500 spectators.
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STUDENTS ON LOOK EAST POLICY CHANGE PROGRAMME
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ABOUT 20 Malaysian students spent two weeks in Kitakyushu, Fukuoka town, on a short-term mobility exchange programme, learning about Japan’s etiquette, culture, environment, humanitarianism, and technological advancements under the Look East Policy. The students from Kolej Pendeta Za’aba Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM) Serdang and Kolej Sri Rajang UPM Bintulu Campus (UPMKB) participated in the programme at Kyushu Institute of Technology (Kyutech) from Sept 1-15. They were accompanied by relationship officer Rosidah Basir to Fukuoka town, dubbed the Eco Model City.
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