Situated in Kuching, Sarawak, this Campus provides a dynamic and stimulating environment in which to study hospitality, tourism, events management, retailing, industrial relations and international business. The Kuching Campus is strongly linked with the industry's best such as Four Points by Sheraton of Starwood Hotels and Resort Worldwide, the Borneo Convention Centre Kuching, the Sarawak Tourism Board and many more. This ensures that courses run remain highly relevant to today's demands in the hospitality industry to allow for the development of skills that guarantee these graduates worldwide employment.
Also housed at the Kuching Campus is the University's Centre of Excellence in Hospitality and Tourism. Currently, the University is leading the Entry Point Project 10 (EPP 10), a government initiative to annually produce 50,000 educated and highly-skilled workers for the hospitality and tourism industry in Malaysia, under the "Education" National Key Economic Area (NKEA). EPP 10 is one of 132 projects that the Malaysian government has endorsed to radically develop the nation by 2020.
In support of the state's rapidly developing hospitality and tourism industry, UCSI University Kuching's own expansion plans are already underway to build a campus and hotel at the mega Kuching Isthmus development site. The UCSI Education Precinct and the UCSI City Island Hotel will be built on 25.5 acres of land, all within the vicinity of the famed Borneo Convention Centre.