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Universiti Malaya is auctioning 'UM' number plate series to raise funds, bid starts from 8 March

The auction for the 'UM' vehicle registration plate numbers is aimed at raising funds for research, development and student affairs at Universiti Malaya.

3/3/2021 7:36:00 PM

The auction for the 'UM' vehicle registration plate numbers is aimed at raising funds for research, development and student affairs at Universiti Malaya.

The auction for the 'UM' vehicle registration plate numbers is aimed at raising funds for research, development and student affairs at Universiti Malaya.

“UM is our pride and we will always find ways to manifest this pride, whether through memorabilia or symbols of memories between us and UM and also the tradition of excellence that we hold. All this we display as a manifestation of our relationship with UM,” he said, adding that the exclusive vehicle licence plates will be a way to share the memories of being with UM.

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He said the “UM” vehicle numbers will be more than a number plate, but would be a manifestation of someone being a “UM citizen” and would also be a contribution to UM’s development, research and student welfare funds.“You will become a part of UM’s future development and sustainability. To seek into that memory, that tie, if there’s numbers that can bring back all the memories about UM, numbers that can define you as a UM citizen or any number that can define you, manifest it. Get one now, the UM brand that will be carried with you,” he added.

In the same video clip, various facts and figures relating to UM were shown as an example of the numbers that the public may want to bid for its association to the university, including 1905 which was the year the university was founded. Read more: SoyaCincau »

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