Datuk Seri Ahmad Said (born 1957) is the Menteri Besar of the state of Terengganu, Malaysia since 2008. He is a member of the United Malays National Organisation (UMNO) which is part of the nation ruling coalition Barisan Nasional. He is currently the state assemblyman of Kijal, Terengganu. Ahmad Said is a political science graduate from Universiti Sains Malaysia, and was elected an assemblyman in 1990. He is currently married to Norliza Mahmud and Norshamilah Yahya, and has eight children with both women. His two wives live a kilometre apart. Within the party, he previously held the titles of Terengganu UMNO and Kemaman UMNO Youth Chief, and was also the Exco member of National UMNO Youth wing. His current position is that of Committee member of the Terengganu UMNO Youth Chief and holds the position of Kemaman UMNO division chief. Following the 2008 Malaysian general election, Barisan Nasional managed to win a majority in the Terengganu state election garnering 24 out of 32 state seats on offer, with PAS winning the remaining 8 seats.
1. Universiti Sains Malaysia Colleges/University
Universiti Sains Malaysia (University of Science, Malaysia; acronym: USM) is a public university in Malaysia. There are three campuses: one in the island of Penang (Main Campus), one in Kelantan (Health Campus), and one in Nibong Tebal (Engineering Campus). There is offshore collaboration with KLE University, India offering the Doctor of Medicine (USM) undergraduate degree. USM plans to open a Global Campus (Kuala Lumpur Campus) located at Kuala Lumpur Education City (KLCE). With around 28,287 (postgraduates and undergraduates) students in 2009, USM is one of the biggest universities in terms of enrollment in Malaysia. The number of lecturers is about 1,479, which leads to a student-lecturer ratio of around 1:19.
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