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Institusi Pengajian Tinggi / Kemahiran & Teknikal di Malaysia (IPTA/IPTS)

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OPEN UNIVERSITY MALAYSIA (OUM)

Open University Malaysia (OUM) is the seventh Malaysian private university and it is owned by the Multimedia Technology Enhancement Operations (METEOR) Sdn. Bhd, a consortium of 11 Malaysian public universities (UM / UKM / UPM / UTM / USM / UUM / UPSI / UIA / UiTM / UNIMAS / UMS). It leverages on the quality, prestige and capabilities of its consortium.

The main campus is at Jalan Tun Ismail, Kuala Lumpur. In addition to this, there are 37 learning centres throughout Malaysia, out of which 10 are regional learning centres.

As the first open university in the country, OUM initially opened its doors to 753 learners in 2001. A decade later, OUM has over 100,000 students in more than 50 academic programmes. The MQA Rating System for Higher Education Institutions in Malaysia for 2011 (SETARA11) has rated OUM as a Tier 5 (Excellent) institution.

Chancellors

The vice-chancellor of OUM is Professor Dato Dr Mansor Fadzil. The first chancellor was the late Tun Endon Mahmood Ambak (the wife of fifth Prime Minister Tun Abdullah Badawi) who was appointed on 16 December 2004. On 8 December 2007, Tun Jeanne Abdullah was appointed as the new chancellor of OUM; the pro-chancellor is Tan Sri Dato' Azman Hashim who is also the executive chairman of Arab-Malaysian Corporation Berhad.

e-Learning methodology and tools

APEL Admission

OUM plays a significant role in supporting the nations aspiration to enhance and widen educational opportunities among Malaysians. Through the provision of Accreditation of Prior Experiential Learning (APEL), individuals can capitalise on their work experience and prior experiential learning to gain admission into OUMs undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.

The Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE) and the Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA) have given their approvals for OUM to implement admission through APEL (formerly known as Open Entry) since 2006. To date, more than 13,000 learners have gained access to higher education through this pathway. To be eligible, individuals must fulfil the entry criteria outlined by the MOHE and take the APEL assessment to determine their level of competency and readiness for enrolment.

OUM is one of the recognised National APEL Center and offered APEL application and assessment through all of its Learning Centers throughout Malaysia.

Blended learning methodology

- Face-to face-learning: Tutorials were conducted where students have the opportunity to physically meet their tutors and discussed their subject and their assignment

- e-Learning: Students are required to participate in an online forum using a learning management system and discussed among each other's and with their tutors and peers on their subject matters and on their assignment.

- Self-managed learning module: Students do not have to come over for their tutorials but they still need to come for their tests. They learn by using participating in the learning management system and using their own modules.

- m-Learning: The learning materials are designed in downloadable formats that can be accessed using a desktop or laptop computer. Students then opt to transfer these contents into a handphone to view them. One needs a handphone equipped with the necessary features.

OUM has a strong network of learning centres nationwide. These learning centres are in major cities and towns, from Peninsular Malaysia to Sabah and Sarawak. OUM has 53 learning centres fully equipped with tutorial rooms, computer laboratories, library and Internet facilities.

Infographic of OUM Learning Centers:




- Modules are used by the students, tutors and subject matter experts (SMEs). The modules are written by academicians from public and private universities in Malaysia.

- The Tan Sri Dr. Abdullah Sanusi Digital Library has more than 30,000 volumes of printed books in the main campus and learning centres nationwide. As for the digital collection, the online databases consist of more than 82,000 e-books and 32,000 e-journal titles. Other electronic collections include electronic theses, newspaper articles and legal acts.

- iRadio OUM is Malaysia's first Internet radio station to base its segments on modules offered by a university. iRadio OUM was established in April 2007. Boasting shows mainly aimed to add value to OUM learners' open and distance education, iRadio OUM is the creativity link, bridging education and information with entertainment in hopes to provide an alternative outlet for those looking for entertainment and education in the World Wide Web.

OUM also has International Learning Centers in 10 countries based in Eastern Europe, Africa, Middle East, South Asia and ASEAN region. Currently OUM is the largest Private University in Malaysia with enrollement above 100,000 registered learners and more than 64,000 graduates and large presence of international students based in OUM's International Learning Centers throughout the world.

OUM also is internationally recognised as one of the premier e-Learning institution in Asia with 19 awards won locally and internationally and has organised several international higher education seminars in Malaysia. OUM also is a member of Commonwealth of Learning (COL) based in Vancouver, Canada.

OUM's Corporate Video:


OUM's Latest 15th Year Video:


Link:
http://www.oum.edu.my/


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OUM Education Group

Under OUM Education Group, OUM intends to reach a wide spectrum of society with the latest offerings of various academic courses, professional trainings and skill-based programmes to the masses. Believing in "Democratisation of Education" and "Education for All", OUM Education Group with OUM's sister institutions namely International Open College (IOC) and Institute of Professional Development (IPD-OUM) are charting the course to provide high end academic and skill-based programmes to elevate Malaysian employability in various sectors.


INSTITUTE OF PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT - OPEN UNIVERSITY MALAYSIA (IPD-OUM)

Institute of Professional Development-Open University Malaysia (IPD-OUM), the Centre is dedicated to supporting the learning and development needs of working adults by providing a variety of professional programmes that are innovative, contemporary and relevant. Officially founded in the year 2000, IPD-OUMs activities has benefited career-minded working adults in Malaysia as well as selected international locations such as India, Bahrain and Sudan. IPD-OUM also is one the largest training provider in Malaysia, owing its strength with more than 80 strategic partners.

IPD-OUM has brought to bear the collective expertise of industry practitioners and academia upon programme structure, module curriculum as well as module delivery. Working adults now have the opportunity to study, learn and secure awards that help to step-up their capabilities, and to use them immediately at work.  IPD-OUMs repertoire of professional programmes is highly responsive to the nature and demands of the current working environment. Individuals need to be equipped with skill-sets that will help them to not only cope with demands from their working environment but to also be proactive in planning, execution and overall management.

Currently IPD-OUM offers skill based career certificate programmes, HRDF approved training courses, professional and customised training programs for various industries to working adults and recently, SKM (Sijil Kemahiran Malaysia L2-L3) programmes to school leavers.

The recognition garnered by IPD-OUM is best attested by the following organisations that continue to support human capital development by investing in the acquisition of IPD-OUM professional qualifications by their staff: Nestle, Toyota Boshuku, Dumex, PNB Investment, Malaysian Financial Planning Council, AEON Group, Samsung, Mydin, NIOSH, Panasonic Malaysia and others. IPD-OUM also have more than 10,000 graduates from Malaysia, India, Sudan and Bahrain.

Link:
http://ipdoum.edu.my/


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WAWASAN OPEN UNIVERSITY (WOU)

Overview

Wawasan Open University (WOU), one of Malaysias foremost, private institutions of higher education, was founded in 2006, with a commitment to the expansion of opportunities in higher education, and to teaching excellence aimed at increasing the level of knowledge and scholarship among all Malaysians. We offer open distance learning (ODL) to enable working adults to pursue their educational dreams without disrupting their professional and personal commitments, and affordable on-campus full-time degree programmes in Penang for school-leavers and diploma holders. We equip our students with industry-relevant knowledge and skills that serve them incredibly well in todays competitive work environment.

WOU course material is prepared and delivered by exceptionally qualified staff from industry and academia. Tutorials are delivered in English and we offer foundation courses in English to strengthen basic competency, as well as courses on communication in the workplace, English for the Workplace and writing skills for university studies for enhancing proficiency.

All WOU programmes are fully approved by the Malaysian Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE). To date, 35 out of over 50 programmes offered by WOU have received full accreditation status by the Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA); and out of the 35 accredited programmes, 13 have received recognition from the Public Service Department (JPA) following the graduation of its first batch of students.

Vice-Chancellor and Chief Executive Officer

Professor Dato Dr Ho Sinn Chye is the third Vice-Chancellor of Wawasan Open University (WOU), having taken office on 1 October 2012.

Pro-Chancellor

Tan Sri Dr Koh Tsu Koon was proclaimed as the first Pro-Chancellor of WOU during the 3rd convocation ceremony held at the main campus on 24 November 2012. Since October 2013, he has also been serving as the Chairman of Wawasan Education Foundation (WEF).

Chancellor

The former Chief Justice of Malaysia, Tun Mohamed Dzaiddin Abdullah, a former Chief Justice of Malaysia, was formally installed as the 3rd Chancellor of Wawasan Open University (WOU) on 7 December 2013.

Academic Partnerships

WOU engages with established, credible academic and professional organisations to provide world class education to its students. These partnerships enable the University to provide market-driven tertiary education that meets the needs of industry, and benefits the Malaysian economy.

APEL Admission

Through the provision of Accreditation of Prior Experiential Learning (APEL), individuals can capitalise on their work experience and prior experiential learning to gain admission into WOUs undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.

Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA) have given their approvals for WOU to implement admission through APEL (formerly known as Open Entry) WOU  is one of the recognised National APEL Center and offered APEL application and assessment through all of its Regional Centers throughout Malaysia.

List of WOU Regional Centers:

- Wawasan Open University - Penang Regional Centre
- Ipoh Regional Centre, Perak
- Johor Bahru Regional Centre, Johor
- Kuala Lumpur Regional Centre, KL
- Bandar Utama Regional Support Centre , PJ Selangor
- Klang Regional Support Centre, Selangor
- Kuching Regional Centre, Sarawak

Additional Info: Recently WOU also offers full-time degree programmes for STPM / A-Levels school leavers at its Main Campus in Penang.

WOU Corporate Video:


Link:
http://www.wou.edu.my/




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ASIA e UNIVERSITY (AeU)

Asia e University (AeU) is a flexible, international university, set in Asia by Asians for Asia, under the Asia Cooperation Dialogue (ACD), a body created in 2002 to promote Asian cooperation at a continental level. Established as an initiative of Malaysia, a prime mover of e-education, it is supported by 31 ACD Member Countries, as confirmed at the ACD Ministerial Meetings held in Islamabad in 2005 and Doha in 2006. AeU collaborates with Institutions of Higher Learning (IHLs) and Training Centres in the ACD Member Countries to offer quality academic and professional training programmes that are affordable and accessible.

AeU also acts as a facilitator for the mutual accreditation and recognition of degrees and academic programmes among Asian IHLs. It also acts as an enabler for IHLs in Asia to leverage on each others resources and facilities including sharing of academic and professional programmes.

AeU is also an instrument for greater Asia-wide cooperation and acts as a catalyst for narrowing the digital divide among communities and nations. It will actively promote e-education to meet the future human capital needs of Asia. AeU is set to open minds and offer opportunities for all in Asia.

Facilities

1) AeUs Digital Library

2) Room Facilities - Gallery, Conference Room, Discussion Rooms, Caf, Bookshop, Reading Areas.

3) Electronic Facilities - WiFi, Self Checkout Machines, OPAC & Computer Workstation, Print on Demand/Photocopier, Book Drop, Multimedia Kits.

4) Services - Loans, Reference Service, Document Delivery Service, Inter Library Loans, Library Counselling.

5) Electronic Resources:

•  e-Book - Books 24x7, ebrary, Credo Reference Online, Oxford Reference, CRC Press Business Net Base, CRC Press Economics Net Base.
•  e-Journals - Emerald, Wilson, Springer Online Journals, Association of Computing Machinery, Proquest Journal.
•  e-Theses - Proquest Dissertation & Theses Collection.
•  Databases - Observatory in Higher Education (OBHE), Proquest ERIC, Resources from Internet

6) AeUs Learning Management System - Learners can communicate with instructors or facilitators via the Internet throughout the learning experience with AeU.

7) AeUs Student Portal - The portal offers an announcement system where learners can view the latest events, do online transactions with the Admission and Records department such as adding or dropping subjects, apply for change of programme and more.

Open Distance Learning

Open and distance learning (ODL) is one of the most rapidly growing fields of education, and its potential impact on education delivery systems has been greatly accentuated through the development of Internet-based information technologies, and in particular the World Wide Web. ODL offers the flexibility to continue academic and training pursuits at your own pace and time, especially for working adults.

ODL in AeU is supported by a comprehensive network of services from AeU Learning Management System, AeU Library, Student Portal as well as tutors, student services and support staff. Students are able to learn independently with the support of self-instructional materials (Internet, CDs, books, journals) and minimal supervision from lecturers as self-managed learning.

Blended Learning

Blended learning is a combination of face to face tutorials and ODL which are applied in an interactive learning environment. Blended learning gives students and tutors an environment to learn and teach more effectively.

Students can select the best activities to suit their own pace, learning style and level, as well as time and place. Students can also make decisions, think creatively and critically, investigate and explore as well as solve problems they face in learning and real life.

Face to Face Tutorials

Each subject will have 3 tutorials (about once a month). And each tutorial takes 3 hours and 20 minutes.

Format of Tutorials:

• Facilitator presents an overview
• Students ask questions on content
• Clarification about assignment

Online Tutoring

Online tutoring is the use of the Internet for tutoring activities. It is the process by which a student learns via the Internet with the help of an subject matter expert or a tutor. This type of tutoring can make use of several web-based tools to achieve its goals such as email, chat room, online whiteboards, web-conferencing, blogs.

Additional Info: AeU has also offered fulltime programme to both international and local learners in its Main Campus.

AeU Corporate Video:


Link:
http://www.aeu.edu.my/


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GLOBALNXT UNIVERSITY

Overview

GlobalNxt University is a pioneering academic institution that delivers degree programs through a unique online global classroom pedagogy. Bringing together over 75 distinguished faculty from across 17 countries and meticulously developed content, GlobalNxt sets a new quality standard for online education.

Courses currently offered by GlobalNxt University include Masters of Business Administration (MBA), Postgraduate Diploma of Business Administration and Masters of Science in Information Technology Management. The University also develops customised programs for organisations to meet their specific talent and skill development requirements.

Academic Heritage

GlobalNxt University achieved university status in 2012, a decade after U21Global was established as one of the first truly global online graduate schools.

Founded in 2001, U21Global began as a pioneering academic partnership that originally involved up to 21 prestigious universities internationally renowned for their teaching and research.  

Through a cutting-edge online learning model, U21Global was able to offer its students the same standard of high-quality programmes found at traditional world-class brick-and-mortar universities, but packaged and delivered in an innovative, technology-enhanced format.

Success came quickly. U21Global enrolled over 9,000 students across 72 countries and rapidly developed a distinguished reputation for high-quality, academically-rigorous, online programmes.

U21Globals achievements did not go unnoticed. At the invitation of the Ministry of Higher Education, Malaysia, to build a world-class, technology-enabled university, a new full-fledged university wasestablished.  The new university was named GlobalNxt University and adopted Malaysia as a hub for its global academic operations.

As a full, autonomous university in its own right, GlobalNxt University was accorded the rights to apply its pioneering online learning model to a much broader range of programmes and schools where it continues to raise the benchmark for online education with its emphasis on interactive pedagogy, advanced learning technology and use of high calibre, PhD-qualified global faculty.

GlobalNxt University is ideally placed to take forward U21Globals original vision of global, borderless education to the next level.  Indeed, the emergence of a full-fledged independent university in GlobalNxt University that was built upon U21Globals ground-breaking learning model represented an incredible decade of achievement for the founding universities.

Learning Innovation

GlobalNxt University offers high quality interactive education centered around a global learning community of students and professors, delivered in a flexible, online, community based format.

GlobalNxt University brings together professors from leading institutions across the world, who are passionate about learning innovation. The academic team at GlobalNxt University works relentlessly to track, design and integrate with our curriculum, the latest ideas in pedagogy.

Students are the Center of  a Learning Eco-System

In this environment, learning is acquired through opportunities for reflection, active construction of knowledge as well as by means of social interaction and collaboration.

At GlobalNxt University, careful and deliberate consideration is placed on the planning and designing of learning events so that the various sub-environments are integrated and blended for a meaningful and memorable learning experience.

The GlobalNxt learning philosophy is learner-centric; the students are at the centre of the learning eco-system. GlobalNxt provides a student with all the learning materials that they will need to develop themselves, and the necessary mentoring, guidance and support from top professors around the world.

Students are able to benefit from the best of traditional classroom education, but packaged and delivered in an innovative, technology-enabled format.

Interactive Peer Learning and Adaptive Learning

In a GlobalNxt classroom, one of the most powerful forms of learning is drawing from the views and experiences of others.

In this program, peer learning takes place via discussions on the online discussion board. Online discussion boards provide the space for learners to interact with professors and each other. There is an opportunity to reflect on course content and to debate the applicability of the concepts and theories covered in the course.

Adaptive learning delivers personalised learning solutions that evolve with the needs of the individual learner.

Based on the idea that every learner has different needs and intelligence level, adaptive learning systems develop and evolve based on the strengths and engagement levels of the learner. Adaptive learning models vary from the simple (segregating learners into interest based groups) to the sophisticated (drawing intelligent references about a learners knowledge gaps through content analysis). By fulfilling the needs of learners increasingly used to relevant, personalized information available at the tap of a screen, the system can greatly increase levels of engagement and assimilation.

Enabling companies to excel through talent transformation and executive education

GlobalNxt University has developed diverse partnerships with leading corporations to develop innovative, technology-enabled learning solutions. The Universitys Centre for Executive Education has a dedicated team of experts with a proven track-record of working with organisations to deliver effective learning solutions.

We partner with organisations to understand their learning needs and develop learning solutions and programs that specifically meet those needs. We customise every aspect of the learning solution such as the content, case-studies, program duration, projects and assessment. Any learning solution has to be aligned with the business goals of an organisation whether it is to develop specific skills, raise competency levels or develop leadership talent.

An organisation needs to ensure that the money spent on education generates a positive return on investment. This is done by ensuring the learning solution is aligned with business goals, and carefully monitoring the solution as it is delivered and rolled out. GlobalNxt provides a fully online learning solution for organisations or one that involves a blend of online and face-to-face workshops depending on their specific needs.

Programmes

The University offers executive customised programmes for corporate bodies, professional certificate programmes and academic programmes ranging from Bachelors, Masters and PhD level.

Additional Info: GlobalNext University is part of Manipal Education Group and a sister institution to Manipal International University and Melaka-Manipal Medical College.

GlobalNxt University Corporate Video:


Link:
https://www.globalnxt.edu.my/
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Status Kemaskini / Update Status:

- Menambah maklumat IPTS yang menawarkan pengajian akademik separuh masa / pengajian jarak jauh (e-PJJ) kepada warga kerja / Added additional info on private universities that offers part time / distance learning (e-learning)academic courses to working adults.

- Menambah maklumat berkaitan kemasukan APEL / Added related info on APEL entry requirement
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IPTS berstatus Universiti Pengkhususan Pasca-Sisawazah Sarjana (Master) & PhD

Sepertimana yang dinyatakan, penawaran program pengajian akademik tidak terhad kepada program Diploma hatta Sarjana Muda. Terdapat juga institusi swasta yang diiktiraf setaraf Universiti yang khusus menawarkan hanya program pasca siswazah diperingkat Sarjana (Master) dan Doktor Falsafah (PhD) sahaja.

Secara umumnya IPTS berkenaan menawarkan pengajian separuh masa dan sepenuh masa dan menumpukan kepada golongan warga kerja yang memiliki kelayakan minima Ijazah Sarjana Muda dan Sarjana (Master).

Kursus pasca-siswazah yang ditawarkan pula lebih fokus dan spesifik kepada industri dan sektor tertentu dan bertujuan melahirkan tenaga profesional di bidang pengurusan yang mempunyai pengkhususan sesuai dengan kehendak sektor industri berkenaan.

Senarai Universiti Swasta Pengkhususan Pasca-Siswazah (Master / PhD):

  • Universiti Islam Malaysia (UIM)
  • International Centre for Education in Islamic Finance (INCEIF)
  • Malaysia Institute for Supply Chain Innovation (MISI)
  • Asia School of Business (ASB)


Private Universities Specialised in Post Graduate Studies (Master & PhD)

As per topic above, higher education is not limited to undergraduate studies (ie diploma to degree). There are also Private Universities specialising in offering Post Graduate programmes specifically for Masters & PhD courses only.

Generally these Private Universities offered both part time & fulltime post graduate academic programmes to working adults whose basic minimum qualifications are Bachelor degree level.

Post Graduate programmes offered are more focus-centric to industries and specific sectors, thus to create a pool of professionals in management field who are suitably specialised as per industry requirements.

List of Private Universities Specialised in Post Graduate Studies:

  • Universiti Islam Malaysia (UIM)
  • International Centre for Education in Islamic Finance (INCEIF)
  • Malaysia Institute for Supply Chain Innovation (MISI)
  • Asia School of Business (ASB)

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UNIVERSITI ISLAM MALAYSIA (UIM) / ISLAMIC UNIVERSITY OF MALAYSIA


UIM is a continuation of Kolej Islam Malaya (KIM) or better known as Muslim College established on 8th April 1955. Kolej Islam  Malaya was the first  tertiary institution set up in this country by the royal consent of the Council of Malay Rulers. It was borne from the reformist movement brought by Sheikh Tahir bin Jalaluddin, Syed Alwi bin Syed Sheikh al Hadi and the renowned Egyptian scholars, Sheikh Jamaluddin al-Afghani and Sheikh Muhammad Abduh.  As a result of relentless discussions in 1948, the Muslim leaders of Johore and Singapore had  sparked the idea to establish a tertiary institution in this region and the aspiration to establish KIM was well-received by the Malays in this country.

The result of consultations between Almarhum Sultan Abu Bakar Riayatuddin Almuadzam Shah, Sultan of Pahang Darul Makmur and Almarhum Sultan Selangor Darul Ehsan had encouraged the Council of Malay Rulers to make this historic decision to establish KIM. Following this, Baginda DYMM almarhum Tuanku Sultan Hisamuddin Alam Shah had given His royal consent to endow His palace at Jalan Kampung Jawa as the first campus of Kolej Islam Malaya.

On Friday the 8th of April 1955, KIM was officially opened by the DYMM Almarhum Tuanku Sultan Hisamuddin Alam Shah. In the year 1963, Al-Azhar University had accorded recognition to degrees awarded by KIM as equivalent to first degrees awarded by Al-Azhar University and eligible to read further for master and doctoral degrees at that university and Cairo University.

In the year 1966, it was decided to move KIM to a new campus at Jalan Universiti, Petaling Jaya. The former campus of Kolej Islam at Kampong Jawa was leased to the Ministry of Education as the first Fully Residential Religious Secondary School in this country. In the year 1968, the late Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra al-Haj as Prime Minister then, had announced in Parliament that Kolej Islam Malaya would be upgraded as the first Islamic university in South-east Asia. However, this aspiration was postponed to give way to the establishment of a national university, namely, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM) in the year 1970 after which KIM would be absorbed into UKM as Faculty of Islamic Studies.

However, based on a special report submitted to the 222nd Conference of Malay Rulers, KIM has been given royal consent to proceed with the name Universiti Islam Malaysia (UIM). In 2011, The Malay Rulers consented the appointment of members of Islamic College Council to be the Council Members of the Islamic University Malaysia. Majlis Universiti Islam Malaysia (MUIM) started its operation  in the Academic Building of Institut Latihan Islam Malaysia in Sungai Merab Bangi, Selangor.

In 2013, a delegation headed by YBhg Tan Sri Dr. Mohd Yusof Noor, the chairman of MUIM, accompanied by YBhg Datuk Wira Dr. Ismail Ibrahim, YBhg Dato. Abdul Monir Yaacob, YBhg Dato Abd Manaf Hj Ahmad, YBhg Dato Othman Desa, Hj Mohd Puzi Dahman and other MUIM officers presented a paper on the establishment of the university at the Ministry of Higher Education. On 1st November 2013, Ministry of Higher Education officially approved the establishment of the Islamic University of Malaysia (UIM).

UIM is currently operating in Cyberjaya with the blessings and approval of the Ministry of Education. The first study sessions for Master and PhD programs commenced in September 2015.

Post Graduate programmes offered are:

- Master in Comparative Financial Studies
- Master in Comparative Science
- PhD in Comparative Science

UIM also offers Executive Development Programmes (EDP) such as:

- Waqf Management
- Governance and Management of Zakat
- Islamic Manuscript and Quranic Studies
- Islamic Finance and Risk Management
- Human Right

UIM strategically chose Cyberjaya as its permanent campus due to Cyberjaya's model of intelligent city of the future well as in conducive environment.

UIM Corporate Video:


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http://www.uim.edu.my
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INTERNATIONAL CENTRE FOR EDUCATION IN ISLAMIC FINANCE (INCEIF)

A JOURNEY TOWARDS KNOWLEDGE LEADERSHIP IN ISLAMIC FINANCE

The International Centre for Education in Islamic Finance (INCEIF) was established by the Central Bank of Malaysia (Bank Negara Malaysia) in 2005 as an institution specifically for the development of human capital in Islamic Finance. INCEIF was awarded the university status in 2006 by the Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE), and currently offers 3 postgraduate programmes in Islamic Finance C Master in Islamic Finance Practice (MIFP), Master of Science in Islamic Finance (MSc) and PhD in Islamic Finance (PhD). INCEIFs mission is to become a knowledge leader and produce world-class talent for the global Islamic Finance industry. It has also been acknowledged that INCEIFs research makes up 11% of global Islamic Finance research and has garnered top spots in Research Papers in Economics (RePEC) ranking. Its programmes are recognised in over 12 countries.

To date, there are 4,431 enrolments (students) from 80 countries since inception*. INCEIF now has a worldwide family of alumni which stands at 1,078 as of March 2016.

AN INVESTMENT IN HUMAN CAPITAL

As the worlds first and only university dedicated to Islamic Finance, INCEIF is committed to deliver talent and expertise for the growing global Islamic financial services industry. Backed by a faculty that comprises pioneering academicians and industry players who jointly address issues relating to innovation and leadership within the industry, INCEIF ensures its academic programmes and graduates stay at the forefront of the industry. To achieve this aspiration, INCEIF require the support from everyone, be it from the financial industry, the academia or the man on the street, to build this legacy of sustainable, distinctive excellence.

Our world-class, industry-leading academic programmes are designed by top thinkers in the business and provide students with the knowledge, aptitude and capabilities to excel in the Islamic Finance industry.

Programmes offered are:

- Masters in Islamic Finance Practice
- Master of Science in Islamic Finance
- PhD in Islamic Finance



Centre of Consulting & Executive Programmes (CEP) offers professionally structured customised programmes In Islamic Finance businesses namely Islamic Banking, Takaful, Islamic Capital Market, Shariah, Risk Management and Islamic Wealth Management.

CEP conducts different types of Executive Programmes (EPs) for Islamic Financial Institutions (IFIs), for working professionals, organisation and the public. Certain EPs are through collaboration with other leading organisations in the industry and most programmes are designed for both Operational and Senior Management levels.

Its services offered can be categorised as follows:

- Consultancy Services
- Executive Education Services
- Certificate of Islamic Finance (CIF)
- Other Capacity Building programmes

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http://www.inceif.org
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MALAYSIA INSTITUTE OF SUPPLY CHAIN INNOVATION (MISI)

Located in Shah Alam, Malaysia near Kuala Lumpur, the Malaysia Institute for Supply Chain Innovation (MISI) is the fourth center in the MIT Global SCALE (Supply Chain and Logistics Excellence) Network. The institute was launched as a joint initiative between the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and the government of Malaysia on March 22, 2011. The MIT Global SCALE Network is an international alliance of leading edge research and educational organizations, dedicated to the development and dissemination of global innovation in supply chain and logistics.

Modeled after leading SCM Program at MIT  CTL, and offering similar programs like the Zaragoza Logistics Center (ZLC), the leading European education and research program for logistics and supply chain management in Europe, the MISI will feature both Master and Doctoral programs in supply chain management and logistics. MISI is an independent, stand-alone degree granting academic institution established under Malaysian law.

The MIT Global SCALE (Supply Chain and Logistics Excellence) Network is an international alliance of leading-edge research and education centers, dedicated to the development and dissemination of global innovation in supply chain and logistics.

The Global SCALE Network was launched by the MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics (CTL) with the opening of the Zaragoza Logistics Center (ZLC) in Zaragoza Spain in 2004. It expanded in 2008 with the opening of the Center for Latin American Logistics Innovation (CLI) in Bogot Colombia in 2008 and then again in 2011 with the creation of the Malaysia Institute for Supply Chain Innovation (MISI) in Shah Alam, Malaysia. In 2015 the SCALE network further expanded with the opening of Luxembourg Centre for Logistics and Supply Chain Management (LCL). In Feb 2016 MIT CTL announced Ningbo Supply Chain Innovation Institute (NSIIC), China will be established as the 6th SCALE center. Collectively, the SCALE Network, which includes CTL, spans four continents.

MISI gives students an edge

All MISI students including the masters degree candidates and the experienced professional in the executive program-s will develop powerful problem solving skills. They will learn what it takes for an organization to be resilient in a volatile global marketplace. Working closely with partner companies in diverse industries they will devise solutions to pivotal real world challenges taking into consideration the cultural aspect.

At MISI, students propel everything they will learn in the classroom and the laboratory straight into practice. By the time they graduate, they will leave MISI as distinguished thought leaders, skilled researchers, and collaborative problem solvers with the ability to anticipate challenges and accelerate solutions.

Programme offered:

- Master of Science in Supply Chain Management (MSCM) - Part time and Full time

Executive Development Program (EDP)

The  Malaysia Institute for Supply Chain Innovation (MISI) delivers its cutting edge supply chain and logistics education and research to executives through a series of executive education programs. These sessions feature a comprehensive array of interactive lectures and discussion sessions, covering wide ranging supply chain topics, led by MISI faculty members and visiting professors from the MIT Global SCALE Network. MISI hosts both public and customised corporate programs.

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https://www.misi.edu.my/
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ASIA SCHOOL OF BUSINESS (ASB)

A collaboration with MIT Sloan, the Asia School of Business (ASB) (merges the power of Asian ambition with the best in Western education to produce Asia-ready change-makers and entrepreneurs. The visionary for this initiative is Dr. Zeti Akhtar Aziz, who has had served as Governor of Bank Negara Malaysia since May 2000 to 2016.  She served as co-chair of the ASB Board of Governors alongside Professor Richard Schmalensee, who served as Dean of the MIT Sloan School for nine years and on its faculty for over four decades.

The ASB MBA program will deliver a curriculum deeply interconnected with management practices and integrated with the rigor and values embedded in the MIT Sloan School MBA program. The program will foster entrepreneurship, innovation, and hands-on-learning through an active interaction among industry, government, faculty and students. Students will have the chance to master state-of-the-art management tools and obtain deeper understanding of global business dynamics. At the same time, immense exposure to the fascinating reality and growing opportunities of Asia will be provided.



HIGHLIGHTS OF THE ASB/MIT SLOAN COLLABORATION INCLUDE:

1. Inaugural class begins September 2016

2. The ASB MBA curriculum will comprise: Core curriculum taught in Malaysia by MIT Sloan Faculty Multiple Action Learning projects in SE Asian institutions (one in collaboration with a team of students from MIT Sloan) One month of classes at MIT Sloan Two weeks of industry/institutional visits outside of SE Asia

3.  International Faculty Fellows C Faculty members from ASB will take up residence at MIT Sloan for a semester focused on teaching and research development under the guidance of an MIT Sloan faculty host.

4.  ASB administrative development C MIT Sloan senior administrators responsible for admissions and marketing activities, student services, and career development function will share their practices and experience with ASB counterparts. Distinguished professors from MIT Sloan School as well as professors and practitioners who have profound expertise in Asian economies will deliver the program. A world class curriculum that combines analytical tools across the spectrum of management practices with in-depth case studies, collaborative projects, field trips, Action Learning projects, and discussions with industry and institutional leaders promises to grant a world class educational experience.

Asia School of Business has opened doors to their inaugural MBA class of 2018. This marks the beginning of a transformative journey for the 48 extraordinary and unconventional students who have come from six continents to embark on their 18-month MBA quest. The MBA program combines theory and practice at every level so that each graduate is business-ready and equipped with a broad range of tools and capabilities in order to create a powerful impact throughout Asia and all across the world.

Programme offered:

- Master of Business Administration

Innovation & Entrepreneurship Center

The ASB C Innovation and Entrepreneurship Center (IEC) plays a critical role in identifying and understanding problems through deep analysis, to developing solutions through application of science and technology, to learning to implement them through practicing astute management principles.

ASB-IEC has multiple programs planned to meet these goals; from workshops to learn how to develop products and businesses, to entrepreneurship competitions. Here are the different programs offered.

- ASB 48-Hour MakerFest
- ASB Innovation, Fabrication & Entrepreneurship BootCamp
- ASB-100K Business Competition

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IPTS berstatus Universiti Syarikat Milik Penuh Kerajaan (GLC)

Pada pertengahan 1990an, Kerajaan Malaysia menerusi Kementerian Pendidikan Malaysia (KPM) telah mula mengorak langkah untuk meliberalisasikan sektor pengajian tinggi di Malaysia dengan melibatkan  perkongsian pintar dan kerjasama sektor swasta untuk pembangunan modal insan dalam sektor2 industri yang kritikal. Oleh itu, bagi merealisasikan pelan ini, maka Kerajaan Malaysia telah menjemput beberapa Syarikat Milik Kerajaan (GLC) seperti Petronas, Telekom Malaysia serta Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) untuk menubuhkan Universiti Swasta (IPTS) milik penuh syarikat2 berkenaan.

Selain itu, dengan ITM (Institut Teknologi Mara) yang dinaiktaraf kepada Universiti awam UiTM (IPTA) pada akhir 1990an menyaksikan pertukaran urustadbir MARA sebelum ini kepada urustadbir UiTM di bawah KPM. Ini menyebabkan MARA kehilangan institusi pengajiannya yang utama, malah menggerakkan usaha MARA untuk menggabungkan hampir kesemua institusi teknikal / profesional dibawah naungan MARA sebagai sebuah Universiti milik penuh MARA.

Dengan perkongsian pintar dan keperluan kemahiran dan profesional yang ditawarkan spesifik kepada industri oleh Syarikat Milik Kerajaan (GLC), industri pengajian tinggi swasta mengorak langkah dalam merevolusikan pengajian tinggi swasta di Malaysia. Bermula dari penubuhan Universiti Syarikat Milik Kerajaan, secara perlahan2, IPTS yang lain bersaing dalam menawarkan kursus pengajian lebih kompetitif dan berusaha menaiktaraf status kolej ke arah status penuh Universiti dan Kolej Universiti.

Secara umumnya Universiti Syarikat Milik Kerajaan (GLC) merupakan pilihan utama  bagi lepasan SPM / STPM selain IPTA kerana Universiti2 ini dianggap berprestij dan menawarkan kursus2 pengajian yang lebih relevan kepada kehendak pasaran kerja dan kebolehpasaran graduan yang amat tinggi dalam industri di sektor swasta.

Senarai Universiti Syarikat Milik Kerajaan (GLC)

  • Universiti Teknologi Petronas (UTP)
  • Universiti Multimedia (MMU)
  • Universiti Tenaga Nasional (UNITEN)
  • Universiti Kuala Lumpur (UNIKL)
  • Universiti Automotif Malaysia DRB-HICOM (DHU)


Private Universities owned by Government-Linked Companies (GLC)

In mid 1990s, Malaysia Government through Ministry of Education (MOE) was planning to liberalise the higher education sector in Malaysia via smart partnership and cooperation of private sector to develop human capital for the critical industrial sectors. To realised the plan, Malaysia Government invited several Government-Linked Companies (GLC) such as Petronas, Telekom Malaysia and Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) to set up private Universities owned by these companies.

In late 1990s, MARA loses its premier tertiary institution, ITM that was later upgraded to full Public University status into UiTM which was put directly under MOE. Following this event, MARA decided to combine most of all of its technical and professional institutions under one full fledged University owned wholly by MARA.

With the smart partnership and both the technical and professional needs offered specifically to the relevant industries by GLCs, private higher education industry started to revolutionise the higher education sector in Malaysia. With the setting up of these Private Universities owned by GLCs, slowly but surely, other private tertiary institutions started to compete in offering competitive academic courses and strive to upgrade their college status to full University and College University status.

Generally Private Universities owned by GLCs are amongst the top choice for the SPM / STPM school leavers apart from IPTA, mostly because these Universities are prestigious and offered academic courses more relevant to the job market and the higher employability and marketability of its graduates in various private sectors.

List of Private Universities owned by GLCs:

  • Universiti Teknologi Petronas (UTP)
  • Multimedia University (MMU)
  • Universiti Tenaga Nasional (UNITEN)
  • University of Kuala Lumpur (UNIKL)
  • DRB-HICOM University of Automotive Malaysia (DHU)


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UNIVERSITI TEKNOLOGI PETRONAS (UTP)

Energising Futures


Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS (UTP) was established in 1997 and has grown to be one of the most prominent private universities in Malaysia. Wholly owned subsidiary of PETRONAS, the national oil company of Malaysia, the University is located at UTP main campus in Bandar Sri Iskandar, Perak with its award-winning architecture and world-class facilities. UTP offers a wide range of industry-relevant engineering, science and technology programmes at undergraduate and postgraduate levels and aims to produce well-rounded graduates with excellent leadership qualities and communication abilities. UTP has produced more than 14,000 graduates and currently has an enrolment of over 1,200 foundation students, 6,000 undergraduates and 1,200 postgraduates more than 66 countries around the world. In less than 2 decades since it was established, the university has attained prestigious national and international recognitions.  

UTP made its debut in the 2016/17 Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) World University Rankings, entering in the 601-650 band.  It is the only private university to make it into the rankings. It ranks 6th (sharing the same band of 601-650 with International Islamic University Malaysia) after Universiti Malaya (UM), Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM), Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM), Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM) and Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM).

UTP also made its first appearance in the QS Top 50 under 50 and is ranked in the 91-100 band.  The ranking is based on the worlds best universities that are less than 50 years old.  6 institutions in Malaysia have received such recognition this year namely UPM, UTM, UKM, USM, UIA and UTP, with the last two having the same rank of 91-100. The university has improved its standing in the QS Asian University Rankings 2016, moving up to 127th place from the ranking range of 151 - 160 last year. UTP was ranked 288th for the 2015 QS World University Rankings by Faculty for its Engineering and Technology Faculty. UTP also made a commendable achievement in the QS World University Rankings by Subject in 2016. QS has recognised UTP as amongst the world's elite institutions in 4 of the 42 subjects featured in the rankings.

This year marks a significant improvement in ranking for Chemical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering subjects.  Chemical Engineering has improved its position and is now ranked in the top 150 in the world compared with top 200 in 2015. At the same time, Mechanical Engineering is now ranked in the top 200, a jump from its previous position in the top 250 last year. This is a tremendous achievement for Mechanical Engineering, which only made its maiden entrance to the QS ranking system last year. The Electrical & Electronic Engineering and Computer Science & Information Systems subjects remain in the top 250 and top 350, respectively.


UTP is also the first and only private university in Malaysia to be rated a maximum 5-star overall rating in the QS Stars University Rating System.Apart from the QS rankings, UTP has also, for the first time, made the list in The Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings 2016-2017. UTP and other Malaysian research universities UKM, UPM, USM and UTM are all ranked in the 601-800 band. UTP has also made its debut in the prestigious THE BRICS & Emerging Economies Rankings 2017, coming in at 91st.  This has placed UTP among the top 100 best research-led universities in the developing world.

The university conducts extensive research activities in collaboration with PETRONAS and other institutions and industries locally and abroad focusing on 9 niche areas.  They are Enhanced Oil Recovery, Carbon Dioxide Management, Deepwater Technology, Nanotechnology, Green Technology, Biomedical Technology, Hybrid Energy Systems, Intelligent Cities and Sustainable Resources. UTP is the first and only private university to be awarded a 6-star rating (the highest performance level) by Ministry of Higher Education Malaysia for its research, development and commercialisation efforts under the Malaysia Research Assessment Rating System (MyRA). UTP continues to provide distinctive educational opportunities to its students with the rating of Tier 5 (Excellent) University for SETARA (Rating System for the Malaysian Higher Education Institutions) and achieved Tier 5 for D-SETARA (Discipline-Based Rating System) in Engineering.

CAMPUS

The university site is located one kilometre from the village of Tronoh, a former mining town in the Perak Tengah district ofPerak, the largest state on the west coast of the peninsula. The 2 site lies within the commercial corridor between Kuala Lumpur and Penang, some 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) from the town of Batu Gajah and 25 kilometres (16 mi) from the city of Ipoh. Within 50 kilometres (31 mi) is the beach at Lumut and within 100 kilometres (62 mi) are the hills of the Cameron highlands.

Academic Complex

The new academic complex was designed by Foster and Partners, and the first-phase construction was completed in 2004. The design received an Aga Khan Award for Architecture in 2007. The overall layout of the new academic complex is in the shape of a five-pointed "star concept" diagram made up by five semicircles overlaying vision, site, programme and quality, was used as a template to zone various facilities and initiate the preliminary design. The new academic complex was officially opened by the former chairman of PETRONAS and ITPSB Board, Y. Bhg. Tan Sri Azizan Zainul Abidin. Currently, almost all of the academic activities have been shifted to the new campus.

Teaching and Research Laboratories

UTP has made a conscious effort to ensure that the teaching and research facilities are built and maintained to enable efficient academic delivery, as well as support groundbreaking research and development.

The state-of-the-art teaching and research facilities are specifically designed to:

  • Provide a conducive learning environment
  • Enable the creation of well-rounded graduates
  • Instill students with high technical competence
  • Motivate students to realise their full potential
  • Enable critical thinking, creativity and promote business acumen and communication skills

Sports and Recreation Facilities

Apart from ensuring students have access to world-class academic facilities, UTP also makes physical fitness and co-curricular competitiveness a priority. All students will enjoy full access to an array of sports and recreation facilities in its dedicated sports complex. The university has a centralised sport facilities, It consists of a swimming pool, several football fields, three futsal courts, three takraw courts, five basketball courts, five tennis courts, three volleyball courts, four squash courts, three badminton courts, a jogging track and a netball court. In general, students participate actively in sports, with the most popular sports being football and volleyball

UTP Health Centre

The wellbeing and health of students and faculty are among UTP's top priorities. UTP has its very own health centre C staffed by experienced medical personnel C to provide emergency and routine health services 24 hours, 7 days a week.

Disabled Access Map

   

The campus grounds and facilities are designed to provide easy, unhindered access to disabled members of the student community and faculty.


Student Societies


Get involved, meet like-minded students and do a good deed or two. There are over 50 active student societies to choose from to provide the occasional respite from academic responsibilities. The main student's organisation of UTP is the MPPUTP (Majlis Perwakilan Pelajar UTP) or SRCUTP (Student Representative Council of UTP). The main objective of the organisation is to represent the students in all aspects related, and this includes academic and career, welfare, entrepreneurship, promotion and publication, sports and recreation, public relations and so on. There is also a few international based clubs and societies such as Enactus, AIESEC and AAPG in UTP.




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INSTITUT TEKNOLOGI PETROLEUM PETRONAS (INSTEP)


Institut Teknologi Petroleum PETRONAS (INSTEP) is a technical training service provider owned by PETRONAS Technical Training Sdn. Bhd. Established in 1981, INSTEP was primarily set-up to train skilled technicians and operators in meeting the rapid growth of country`s petroleum industry. Initially known as Sekolah Latihan Teknikal PETRONAS, it subsequently changed its name to Institut Latihan Perindustrian Petroliam PETRONAS (ILPP), INSTEP aims to accelerate human capital development to support the growth of PETRONAS and companies within Malaysia as well as international clients from over 15 countries. INSTEP train fresh graduates to become oil & gas engineers and technicians, while the experienced personnel are trained to keep abreast with new techniques and technologies in the industry.

INSTEP has since played a pivotal role in the oil and gas technical training services. To date, it has trained almost 10,000 technical staff in the various facet of the oil and gas industry in Malaysia. In complementing the oil and gas industries growing requirements for highly skilled workforce and professionals, INSTEP offers various programmes in three main area focus:

o Professional Development Program for executive and non-executive
o Bridging Programs for technicians and operators
o Competency-based Assessments & Certifications

With its campus in Kuala Terengganu, Terengganu, the learning facilities and equipment in INSTEP have continuously been upgraded to align with the industrial development and requirements, particularly the workshops and labs in the field of Exploration and Production, Electrical, Instrumentation, Process and Analytical, and Mechanical. Additionally, INSTEP has 42 learning rooms and 3 amphitheatres to cater for various training activities.

In order to offer a wholesome learning environment, other support facilities are also available,  i.e. INSTEP Residence, Cafeteria Mayang Sari, Masjid Al-Ehsan, Seri Gelam Hall, Sports Complex, Zamrud Resource Centre and IT labs.

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MULTIMEDIA UNIVERSITY (MMU)


In 1996 the government of Malaysia was looking for methods to liberalise higher education in the nation, and to involve the private education sector in the development of this critical sector of human capital building. As such, the Ministry of Education was looking for an established private company to kick off the pilot project for university building. In October 1996, the then Telekom Malaysia was given the distinction by the Ministry of Education to set up the first private university in Malaysia. It was considered an honour to be given such trust by the government to spearhead the privatization of higher education. Being a natural extension of the existing ITTM campuses that TM already runs, TM accepted the invitation and Universiti Telekom was established in Melaka.

A year later, with the planning of the MSC underway, the government was once again looking for a suitable candidate to construct a university in the heart of the MSC. The idea behind this university is to emulate the Stanford-Silicon Valley example, where a centre of teaching and research catalyzed the development of high tech industry in the surrounding area. In March 1997, TM was again honoured when it was given the task to set up this university, to be known as Multimedia University. Considering that the telecommunications industry was becoming closely linked with developments in ICT, expansion into an education field directly related to ICT is a natural strategic decision.Then, on 25th January 2016, MMU launched its third campus in Educity , Iskandar Puteri, Johor which exclusively delivers MMU Cinematic Arts Programme.

Today, Multimedia University (MMU), aligned with its parent companys interests has been entrusted to contribute proactively towards nation building and towards making Malaysia a world-renowned centre of academic excellence in the areas of information technology and multimedia.

WHY MMU?

Producer of Desirables

As a university, MMUs main output is its graduates. What sets MMU apart, however, is that its graduates are among the most-sought after in the industry. Through surveys conducted by MMU as well as the Malaysian Ministry of Higher Education, for many consecutive years, up to 97.4 per cent of MMU's graduates were able to secure employment within six months of completing their studies. This means that literally thousands of graduates were able to not only able to quickly secure dependable and lucrative sources of income, but were able to live the career of their dreams.

ICT and engineering powerhouse

From the moment it was conceptualized, MMU was intended to encapsulate the best practices of the best universities across the world. During the universitys formation, MMU leaders went to some of the top world universities, including MIT, Stanford, Carnegie Mellon, Harvard, and Tokyo University to learn first-hand what standards it had to aspire to. These best practices, combined with MMU's intense focus, have enabled MMU to become one of the leading universities in Malaysia, espeit is adamant to help shape people who will help make a better tomorrow.

Independently ranked and recognized

Despite MMUs relatively young age and size, its quality, curriculum and reputation is widely recognized. MMU has been listed in Quacquarelli Symonds World University Rankings by Subject 2016 & 2015 as a Top 200 University for Electrical and Electronics Engineering. In 2014, it had received the recognition for Computer Science & Information Systems; in 2012, for Communication and Media Studies. Also, two of MMUs engineering professors have been named Top Research Scientists Malaysia by the Academy of Sciences Malaysia.

Wealth of cultures and nationalities

MMU hosts about 1,500 international students from more than 60 countries. Through its Student Affairs Division, the university actively supports cultural sharing activities between all races and nationalities. Regardless of where you come from, in MMU you will find a place for yourself.

Programme Approval, Accreditation and Recognition

A degree from MMU is approved and accredited by various bodies in Malaysia such as Ministry of Education, Malaysian Qualifications Agency, Public Service Department and multiple professional bodies. As the first private university approved by the Malaysian government, it adheres to the requirements to the highest degree, and its thoughtfully-curated courses and programmes are a testament to MMU's commitment.

Partnership with World's Best Recognition

With collaborations with major ICT players such as Nokia, Intel, Microsoft, Cisco and Motorola, MMU makes sure that students are familiar with the best and latest technologies in support of the learning activities.

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UNIVERSITI TENAGA NASIONAL (UNITEN)

Universiti Tenaga Nasional (UNITEN) is a private university, located in Selangor, Malaysia, with GLC university status. The University commenced operation in 1976 as Institut Latihan Sultan Ahmad Shah (ILSAS), which served for many years as the corporate training center for Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) and its predecessor, the National Electricity Board. In 1994, ILSAS was transformed into an institute of higher learning and renamed Institut Kejuruteraan Teknologi Tenaga Nasional (IKATAN). It offered academic programmes in engineering and business management at undergraduate and graduate levels through twinning links with local and foreign universities (Indiana-University, Purdue University Indianapolis, US for Engineering).

In 1997, IKATAN was upgraded to Universiti Tenaga Nasional and it is wholly owned by the public-listed Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB), one of the largest utility companies in South East-Asia. Officially established in 1999, UNITEN is moving rapidly towards establishing itself as a regional centre of educational excellence. The support and commitment it receives from its holding company, TNB, has enabled it to accelerate the infrastructure development of the campus.

Described as a private research university, UNITEN is formed as one of the first private universities in Malaysia, its industry ties have helped to encourage development of research, infrastructure and programmes to serve employers. UNITENs close connection to the industry ensures that its students are equipped with relevant knowledge and experience throughout their study in the University.

The number of programmes it offers increases accordingly, in line with its commitment to serve the needs of the nation and other countries that look to Malaysia for assistance to meet their requirements for tertiary education. UNITEN strives to provide quality education to prepare students for positions in industry, commerce and academia. The comprehensive and innovative programme contents and teaching techniques are designed towards expanding the frontiers of learning. Students will be challenged to develop into multi-skilled professionals who possess mental, intellectual and emotional fortitude to succeed in life.

The curricula, further enhanced with project work, research, open-ended experiments and practical training, are designed with input from the industrial and commercial sectors as well as from local and foreign universities. The emphasis is towards producing professionals who can fulfill the needs of the industry of commerce in particular, and the nation in general.

All academic programmes are formulated to meet the academic requirements of the Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA). In addition, engineering and accounting degree programmes are designed to satisfy the requirements of the relevant professional bodies. The selection of lecturers and advisory staff is based on their qualifications, professional experience, teaching expertise and professionalism, passion for their respective subjects and their commitment to share their knowledge and experience with the students.

To date, graduating students and alumni have been receiving job opportunities with almost 97% of UNITEN students were hired within 6 months of course completion. The national employability standard is 25%.

Campuses

Universiti Tenaga Nasional operates from two campuses; one is the main campus in Putrajaya, and the other is in Bandar Muadzam Shah.

Putrajaya (main campus)

This campus is 25 miles to the south of Kuala Lumpur near Kajang in Selangor, and has an area of 214 hectares. It is near the Cyberjaya Multimedia Super Corridor and adjacent to Putrajaya, the administrative center of the Federal Government of Malaysia. All engineering, information technology and other technology courses are held at this campus.

Putrajaya Campus offers  the following facilities namely accommodation of comfortable and cosy apartments are available for students on campus. Over 3,800 students can experience the comfort and convenience of the accommodation units at any given time as they come with lounges, kitchens and the round-the-clock security presence on campus provided by the university. Strategically located computer labs can be found all over the university equipped with 20 state-of-the-art computer labs are in operation, providing the students with more than 1000 terminals to work with. The labs are interconnected, forming the university's Local Area Network (LAN). In addition, internet access is also available in the student apartments and students can enjoy unlimited connectivity and digital freedom with Wi-Fi connection which is available all over campus.

A whole array of sports and recreational facilities has been provided by UNITEN for both its students and staff. These facilities are a welcome and much needed diversion from the rigours and stresses of studying and working. For a private university, the facilities are really remarkable with the Main Stadium is an impressive sporting arena that meets the requirements of national level athletics competitions. Then, there is the Olympic-size swimming pool which is the centre of aquatic activities, while Dewan Seri Sarjana, a 3,000 seater hall, is the venue for both indoor sports, cultural activities and corporate events.

UNITEN's library is one of the leading private university libraries in Malaysia, with a reputation for providing information resources and excellence in customer service. The resources and services of the library play a key role in enabling and supporting the high standard of learning, teaching, education and research at UNITEN. It has a seating capacity of 1,074 users and spacious reading areas furnished with updated facilities and technology. Functioning in a setting of unique design, it serves as a blend of a conventional and modern, providing an aesthetically pleasing and conducive environment for study and research. The library collection has about 127,265 volumes and contains books, periodicals, serials, conference papers, reports, standards and non-book materials. The library's collection focuses on subjects such as engineering, computer science, and information technology.

Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah (branch campus)

With the rapid growth of the main campus, UNITEN formed a branch campus in Bandar Muadzam Shah, at the south-eastern part of the state of Pahang, the largest state in Peninsular Malaysia.
On 4 October 2003, it was proclaimed as Kampus Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah (KSHAS) by His Royal Highness the Sultan of Pahang.

Following the concept of "Town University" and "University Town", KSHAS has the potential to be a catalyst towards the advancement of intellectual resources in accordance with the economic development of Bandar Muadzam Shah in Rompin District and the East coast of Peninsular Malaysia in general.

KSHAS offers bachelor and foundation programmes in Accounting, Finance, Entrepreneur Development, Marketing, Human Resource Management, and Business Studies under the College of Business Administration.

KSHAS functions as a bridge to connect its students and the dwellers of Bandar Muadzam Shah. It also serves as a medium of community, economic and intellectual development for Bandar Muadzam Shah and the surrounding areas.

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DRB-HICOM UNIVERSITY OF AUTOMOTIVE MALAYSIA (DHU)

Automotive education, DRB-HICOM University of Automotive Malaysia (formerly known as International College of Automotive) provides the best education experience for students who want to excel in the automotive industry. DRB-HICOM University of Automotive Malaysias aims to complement the automotive industry through sustainable development of human capital.

The university was established in April 2010 and is located within the DRB-HICOM Automotive Complex in Pekan. It is owned by HICOM University Sdn Bhd, which is wholly an owned subsidiary of DRB-HICOM Berhad.

Besides producing a cadre of skilled professionals and leaders to join the workforce of the automotive sector, the University also serves as an institution that enables the Groups automotive human resources constantly upgrade their skills and knowledge in the field.

As the largest fully integrated automotive corporation in the country, DRB-HICOM is involved in numerous automotive supply chain activities which include manufacturing of automotive components, vehicle assembly and distribution, after-sales support and services and vehicle inspection. The companies within the Group have collaborated with international automotive players such as Audi, Honda, Isuzu, Suzuki, Mitsubishi, Mercedes-Benz and Volkswagen.

DHU serves two major roles. As a private educational institution, DHU is committed to produce a cadre of skilled professionals to join the workforce in the automotive sector. It also serves as an institution which enables the DRB Group of Companies workers to continuously upgrade their skills and knowledge. Complementing the automotive industry through sustainable development of human capital is the primary goal of DHUs establishment. With the recent change to university status, DHU is now equipped to deliver tertiary education and undertake research at an international level. The focus of our teaching has broadened to include all aspects of automotive-related education and research. DHU plays an active role in the Group vision in realising the national aspiration of creating a knowledgeable and skilful workforce as prescribed in the New Economic Model by providing a continuous flow of trained and skilled workers to the Malaysian automotive industry.

This vision includes the goal of making Pekan, Pahang as the home of DHU and the DRB-HICOM automotive complex, a vibrant and self-sustaining regional automotive centre, which houses state-of-the-art technology with a highly skilled, knowledgeable and professional workforce.

WHY DHU?

Multi-Racial and Multi-Cultural Experienced Lecturers

DHU has recruited the best from 6 nations to date and strives to handpick academics that will provide students with insightful education to supercharge their careers in Asia.

Real-life, Practical Internships

An ideal combination of practical experience and theory will arm  students with tangible skills that can be instantly applied and prepare students for the demands of a REAL world career in the automotive ecosystem.

The Only Automotive University in the World

Conveniently located about 40 kilometres south of Kuantan, Pekan is the ideal location to power your ambitions as DHU is the only Automotive University in the World located in an automotive complex. This equates to seamless access to world brands.

Holistic, Customised Programmes for You

DHUs unique holistic approach combines relevant technical and practical skills with industry best practises irrespective of whether students are looking for a career in business or engineering. The University will provide you with the skills needed to make you a sought-after professional in Asia.

Reputable Affiliations with Prestigious International Institutions

DHU's strategic partnerships with Liverpool John Moores University and University of Warwick assures that your certification receives global recognition.

Career Prospects

DHUs curriculum provides a once in a lifetime opportunity to intern with some of the biggest global brands. Learn from the best to be the best and set the tone for your career.

DRB-HICOM

DHU is a part of DRB-HICOM with brands include Volkswagen, Mercedes-Benz, Audi, Honda, Isuzu, Suzuki, Tata, Mitsubishi and Proton, Glenmarie Properties, Pos Malaysia, Bank Muamalat and Alam Flora. The organization is one of the biggest conglomerates in Asia. Choose a career in one of DRB-HICOM's 32 subsidiaries that range from automotive to property and services industries.

Facilities

DRB-HICOM University is situated on a 42 acre campus located in Pekan, Pahang. Students will experience modern facilities complete with comfortable classrooms, well-equipped laboratories and workshops for hands-on practical training.

Students will also have access to a wealth of information through the internet using our free Wi-Fi facilities. Modern computer laboratories and well-equipped resource centres will enhance the student learning process. These modern facilities will provide many advantages for students, particularly those involved with research. The resource centre itself is furnished with a wide range of business and engineering books and references.

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UNIVERSITI KUALA LUMPUR / UNIVERSITY OF KUALA LUMPUR (UNIKL)

UniKL @ A Glance - The Leading Entrepreneurial Technical University in Malaysia

Universiti Kuala Lumpur (UniKL), based in the heart of Malaysia's capital and commerce area, is one of the country's leading technical university. UniKL is a leading university in engineering technology is established on 20 August 2002. Wholly owned by Majlis Amanah Rakyat (MARA), an agency under the Ministry of Rural and Regional Development (KKLW), Malaysia, the university is given the mandate to upgrade the status of technical education in Malaysia by the government. As the nation expects more from a technical higher learning institutions, UniKL mould its graduate with strong technological knowledge and astute entrepreneurial skills who would later fulfill the current demand of the industries. UniKL's 14 branch institutes offer various foundation, diploma, undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.

With the concept of One Institute, One Specialisation', UniKL contributes not only to tertiary education but also researches and development for commercialisation purposes. Strategically located all over peninsular Malaysia, UniKL's branch institutes offer various programmes in theirs niche areas of specialisation. At Present, UniKL Boasts a total of 29, 043 students. Since its inception, UniKL has produced 37,210 graduates. Graduates of UniKL have successfully established their careers or become successful entrepreneurs in local and international arena

The University aims to provide its graduates with the knowledge, skills and attitude required to contribute towards and play major roles in a globalised and knowledge-based economy. Its vision is to become the leading entrepreneurial technical university in the country by 2020 through excellence in research, education, training, entrepreneurship, consultancy and community services. The research activity is focused on developing new technologies and products to support UniKL's  techno-entrepreneurship ventures with its researchers, graduates and industrial partners. The University partners with many other local and international universities and research institutions to bring closer research knowledge into successful application and commercialisation.

UniKL is a multi-campus university technical university with its main campus based in Kuala Lumpur. Rated as a Tier-5 "Excellent University" by the Ministry of Higher Education Malaysia in 2009 and 2011, UniKL has 12 institutes spread across 11 campuses throughout Malaysia in Kuala Lumpur, Gombak, Cheras, Bangi, Kajang, Sepang, Taboh Naning, Pasir Gudang, Ipoh, Lumut and Kulim.

Each institute under UniKL has a specialisation. Educational programmes of UniKL are accredited by Malaysian Qualification Agency (MQA)that includes professional certificate, Diploma, Degree, and postgraduate levels in the following fields:

  • Medical Science & Technology
  • Automation & Industrial Maintenance
  • Mechatronics, Air-Conditioning
  • Machine Building & Metal Fabrication
  • Product Design & Precision Manufacturing
  • Information Technology
  • Animation & Multimedia
  • Food Technology, Chemical & Bioengineering
  • Environmental Technology
  • Naval Architecture
  • Marine Technology
  • Automotive Technology
  • Aviation Technology
  • Electrical, Electronics & Telecommunication
  • Quality Engineering & Industrial Logistics
  • Medical & Allied Health Sciences
  • Business, Entrepreneurship & Islamic Finance
  • Oil & Gas

Universiti Kuala Lumpur Institute of Medical Science Technology (UniKL MESTECH), Kajang

UniKL MESTECH was incorporated in July 2008 is offering Diploma and Bachelor programmes in Medical Science Technology.  In fulfilling the demands of both the government and private sector for biomedical technologists, UniKL MESTECH aspires to become the premier institution in providing knowledge and skills in Biomedical Laboratory Science and Environmental Health Science.

Universiti Kuala Lumpur Malaysia France Institute (UniKL MFI), Bangi

UniKL MFI was incorporated in February 1995 as a collaborative project between Malaysia and France. The institute, located in Bandar Baru Bangi, Selangor became a branch campus of Universiti Kuala Lumpur in 2003. The technical programmes offered in the institute were mostly developed in collaboration with education institutions in France. The UniKL MFI specialises in the fields of Industrial Automation, Robotics, Mechatronics, Automotive & Industrial Maintenance, Metal Fabrication and Refrigeration/Air Conditioning. The institute also prepare students for further studies in France at Degree and Master levels.

Universiti Kuala Lumpur British Malaysian Institute (UniKL BMI), Gombak

UniKL BMI was set up as a result of a partnership between the Malaysian and British government in 1998. Majlis Amanah Rakyat (MARA), representing the Malaysian government provided the infrastructure and manpower while the British government contributed support through industries such as the BAE Systems, British Airways, Standard Chartered Bank (M) Bhd and Rolls Royce as well as its institutions which include Wigan & Leigh College and the University of Hertfordshire. The institute specialises in Electrical, Electronics and Telecommunication Technology.

Universiti Kuala Lumpur Malaysian Spanish Institute (UniKL MSI), Kulim

UniKL MSI began its operation at a temporary campus in August 2002 and moved to its main campus which is built on a 39-acre (160,000 m2) piece of land in Kulim Hi Tech Park, Kedah in December 2003. A collaborative effort between the Malaysian and Spanish government, UniKL MSI offers automotive manufacturing engineering programmes with a combination of theoretical training and practical application.

Malaysian Institute of Information Technology, Universiti Kuala Lumpur City Campus (MIIT, UniKL)

Formerly known as Institut Infotech MARA, Malaysian Institute of Information Technology (MIIT) has provided IT education since 1982. It started off as Electronic Data Processing School of MARA and its objective then was to impart knowledge in computer programming.

UniKL Malaysian Institute of Aviation Technology (UniKL-MIAT), Dengkil

UniKL-MIAT is the first campus in Malaysia to offer aircraft maintenance technology programmes. Originally established in 1997 as part of MARA Vocational Training with Northrop-Rice U.S. as the technology provider and known as MARA-Northrop Rice Institute (MNRI). In 2000, with the expansion of the programmes and increased student enrollment, MNRI became known as Malaysian Institute of Aviation Technology Sdn. Bhd. (MIAT). In 2003, MIAT took another step by becoming part of Universiti Kuala Lumpur, and hereon known as Universiti Kuala Lumpur Malaysian Institute of Aviation Technology (UniKL MIAT).

Universiti Kuala Lumpur Malaysian Institute of Chemical and Bioengineering Technology (UniKL MICET), Melaka

UniKL MICET is an institution of higher learning in the country that specializes in chemical-based engineering technology  and Bioengineering Technology education located within the Bio Valley of Malaysia in Melaka. UniKL MICET was established in 2002 and was grouped under Universiti Kuala Lumpur. UniKL MICET is the pioneer in providing hands-on chemical based technology education in Malaysia. An accomplishment of this university is its up-to-date and modern equipment used in the chemical technology field.

Universiti Kuala Lumpur Malaysian Institute of Marine Engineering Technology (UniKL MIMET), Lumut

UniKL MIMET was established in collaboration between Majlis Amanah Rakyat (MARA) and International Training Australia (ITA) that represented the Australian government as a training provider. It aims to offer industry specific courses which will produce manpower for the maritime industry. Its permanent campus is located in Lumut, Perak, relatively known as the home base of the Royal Malaysian Navy equipped with ports and wharfs and one of the centres for maritime industry in Malaysia.

Universiti Kuala Lumpur Royal College of Medicine Perak (UniKL RCMP), Ipoh

Becoming part of Universiti Kuala Lumpur in 2005, UniKL RCMP offers programmes in medicine & surgery, nursing, pharmacy and radiography. UniKL RCMP works closely with Ipoh Hospital, Perak, in developing its curriculum and in providing the opportunity for its graduates to experience practical training.

Universiti Kuala Lumpur Institute of Product Design and Manufacturing (UniKL IPROM), Cheras

UniKL IPROM was established in 2002. Currently the Institute offers degree courses leading to Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Hons). The programmes foster aesthetics, analytical and manufacturing skills necessary to effectively develop new products. Combining a sound manufacturing base with a carefully designed curriculum, the graduates are trained to visualize and develop innovative and creative designs and turn them into manufacturing reality and profitable products for the highly competitive environment and global market.

Universiti Kuala Lumpur Malaysian Institute of Industrial Technology (UniKL MITEC), Pasir Gudang

UniKL MITEC, formerly known as UniKL Pasir Gudang, specialises in Industrial Process Instrumentation and Control Engineering. The campus at Pasir Gudang with the maximum capacity of 1,500 students. UniKL MITEC offers Diploma and Bachelor programmes in Industrial Logistics and Quality Engineering.

Universiti Kuala Lumpur Business School (UniKL Business School, UniKL City Campus)

This 31-storey city campus building has 7,201 square feet of lobby area with one mezzanine level, made into a student counselling and discussion area. Facilities include sick bay, gym, Bestari Lecture Hall which fits 225 people, three storeys as the library area with an IT Resource Centre, six incubators, 30 lecture rooms and a studio. Levels 4 to 24 are used for academic purposes mainly lectures. Level 25 onwards are the administration levels, which house the Deans Offices, Institute for Research & Postgraduate Studies, Centre for Preparatory Studies, Centre for Teaching & Learning, Centre for Quality Assurance, Centre for Student Entrepreneurship, Administration, Finance, Human Resource, Corporate Affairs and Entrepreneur Development and Innovation Divisions. The 31 laboratories include Multimedia Lab, JAVA/Ms.NET Lab, Rational Lab, Networking Lab, CAD-CAM Lab, CNC Simulators Lab, CAD & Design Lab, CCM & Metrology Lab, Mechanical & Materials Lab, Mechatronics Lab, Graduates Project Lab, Analog Lab and Language Lab.

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Status Kemaskini / Update Status:

- Mengemaskini pautan MQA dan APEL / Updating links for MQA and APEL.
- Menambah maklumat IPTS berstatus Universiti Pengkhususan Pasca-Sisawazah Sarjana (Master) & PhD / Added additional info on Private Universities Specialised in Post Graduate Studies (Master & PhD)
- Menambah maklumat IPTS berstatus Universiti Syarikat Milik Kerajaan (GLC) / Added additional Private Universities owned by Government-Linked Companies (GLC).
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IPTS berstatus Universiti Swasta Siri 1

Apabila Universiti Swasta  Syarikat Milik Kerajaan (GLC) ditubuhkan di bawah akta IPTS pada akhir 1990an, kebanyakan institusi pengajian tinggi swasta (IPTS) mula mempertingkatkan kualiti dan mutu program masing2 agar dapat bersaing dalam pasaran pengajian tinggi.

Dengan menumpukan pada program2 pengajian berdaya saing dan relevan dengan industri, IPTS dengan kerjasama KPM mula mengenalpasti potensi industri pengajian tinggi termasuk kebolehpasaran IPTS kepada penuntut dalam dan luar negara. Peningkatan taraf kemudahan fasiliti, keupayaan menawarkan pengajian siswazah hingga ke pasca Siswazah (Master / PhD) membolehkan penubuhan IPTS berstatus Universiti Swasta dan ada juga IPTS bertaraf Kolej Universiti dinaiktaraf kepada Universiti Swasta.

Secara umumnya, Universiti Swasta memberi peluang kedua kepada lepasan SPM / STPM / STAM untuk melanjutkan pengajian ke peringkat pengajian Asasi (Foundation / Pra-U) hingga Diploma dan Ijazah Sarjana Muda. Universiti Swasta juga memberikan saingan sihat kepada IPTA dan sekaligus turut menjana ekonomi negara menerusi sektor industri pengajian tinggi serta melahirkan modal insan di sektor awam dan swasta.

Berikut adalah senarai Universiti Swasta bagi siri 1:

  • Universiti Tun Abdul Razak (UNIRAZAK)
  • Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR)
  • Universiti Antarabangsa UNITAR (UNITAR)
  • Universiti Sains & Teknologi Malaysia / Malaysia University of Science & Technology (MUST)
  • Universiti  Sains Komputer & Kejuruteraan Malaysia / University Malaysia of Computer Science & Engineering (UNIMY)


Private Universities Part 1

When Private Universities owned by GLCs were established in mid to late 1990s, most private institutions of higher learning started to improve upon quality of their programmes to remain relevant and competitive in the higher education market
.Focusing on programmes that are competitive & relevant to the industry, private colleges with the cooperation from MOE have had identifying potentials in  higher education industry especially in the marketability of private institutions of higher learning to both the local and international students. With the upgraded facilities combined with the ability to offer both undergraduate and postgraduate (Master / PhD) studies, enabled the setting up of several Private Universities and also several private University Colleges upgraded to full University status.

Generally, Private Universities offered second chances to SPM / STPM / STAM school leavers to continue their studies in Foundation / Pre-U level up to Diploma and Bachelor degree studies. Private Universities also provides healthy competition to Public Universities, thus also contribute to the economy of the country through higher education industry and producing human capital needed in both private and public sectors.  

List of Private Universities Part 1:

  • Universiti Tun Abdul Razak (UNIRAZAK)
  • Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR)
  • UNITAR International University (UNITAR)
  • Malaysia University of Science & Technology (MUST)
  • University Malaysia of Computer Science & Engineering (UNIMY)



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UNIVERSITI TUN ABDUL RAZAK (UNIRAZAK)

HISTORY

The idea for the establishment of Universiti Tun Abdul Razak was mooted by Datuk Hassan Harun, the former chairman of KUB Malaysia Berhad. His strong interest and vast experience in the field of education materialised with the setting up of Maktab Adabi, in 1969. From this humble beginning, he continued to work on his vision for a bumiputra-owned private university.

With the advent of the IT age, Datuk Hassan incorporated the idea of an IT-based learning environment. His working paper was presented to the then Prime Minister of Malaysia, YAB. Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad in 1996. After deliberating on the proposal, the Prime Minister gave his blessing. This proposal was then presented to YB. Dato' Sri Mohd Najib Tun Razak, who was then the Minister of Education.

Dato' Sri Mohd Najib and members of the late Tun Abdul Razak's family were agreeable to the establishment of the university and also the use of Tun Abdul Razak's name for the university. The name is significant as Tun Abdul Razak is also known as the Father of Development, and the university aspires to actively contribute to the development efforts of the nation.

Universiti Tun Abdul Razak was launched on the 21st of December, 1998. Its establishment was of great significance, as it is part of a larger national agenda to liberate and democratise education in the country.

On 1st March 2007 , Tun Abdul Razak Education Foundation (Yayasan PINTAR) acquired Universiti Tun Abdul Razak from KUB Malaysia Berhad.

On 9th October 2009 , Universiti Tun Abdul Razak was officially rebranded with the new acronym of UNIRAZAK and moved its headquarters from its Pintar Campus to CapSquare, located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur. It incorporated a new vision - "To become the leading institution in providing quality education and human capital in 'niche' areas among emerging economies". And reinvented itself as yet another pioneering university by developing 15 new innovative programmes in specialised areas such as professional accounting, taxation, insurance, retail & hypermarket, islamic financial planning, government & public policy, and many others. The existing programmes with 9,000 students remained at Pintar Campus in Petaling Jaya.

To further faciliate its new vision, on 1st August 2011 , UNIRAZAK Pintar Campus in Petaling Jaya was reestablished as a new entity and renamed as University of Management and Technology (UMTECH). UMTECH was assigned to managed the remaining 9,000 students of UNIRAZAK including its regional centres. On 22nd May 2012 , UMTECH was acquired by Nilam Suria Sdn. Bhd., in which Ekuinas (Ekuiti Nasional Malaysia Berhad) holds the majority stake, together with other private investors.  UMTECH was renamed as Unitar International University (UIU) on 18th October 2012 . As such, UNIRAZAK and UNITAR are two different institutions owned by unrelated stakeholders and offering non-related programmes of study

BACKGROUND

Universiti Tun Abdul Razak (UNIRAZAK) was established on 18 December 1997 as one of the first private universities in Malaysia. The university was named after Malaysia's second Prime Minister, the late YAB Tun Abdul Razak bin Dato' Hussein, and officially launched on 21 December 1998 by Tun Abdul Razak's eldest son, YAB Dato' Seri Mohd Najib bin Tun Abdul Razak, current Prime Minister of Malaysia and then Minister of Education. On 1 March 2007, Tun Abdul Razak Education Foundation (Yayasan PINTAR) acquired Universiti Tun Abdul Razak Sdn. Bhd. (owner of Universiti Tun Abdul Razak) from KUB Malaysia Berhad.

Since its inception, UNIRAZAK was among the first few private learning institutions in Malaysia to receive the SIRIM certification of ISO 9001:2000. Additionally, the University has been awarded the prestigious Multimedia Super Corridor (MSC) status, which is a testament to the University's commitment to integrating technology and innovation in its teaching and learning techniques. UNIRAZAK has rapidly established itself as a premier centre for education in its efforts to produce competitive and capable graduates.

As of November 2015, UNIRAZAK has produced more than 20,000 alumni studying in undergraduate and postgraduate levels. All our academic programmes, which were developed through close consultation with the industry partners, public and private sector professionals, have been approved by the Malaysian Higher Education Ministry (MOHE) besides meeting the high standards set by the Malaysian Qualification Agency (MQA).

UNIRAZAK has been acclaimed with numerous top awards from several Malaysia's leading award-based organisations. Within the first quarter of 2016, UNIRAZAK has already claimed the Export Outstanding Achievement Award for its contribution on Islamic banking and financial services for the year 2015. UNIRAZAK furthermore secured four-star rating from the Malaysia Research Assessment (MyRA) for the year 2014 - 2015.

UNIRAZAK is also the grand winner of Entrepreneurial Private University of the Year 2015. These plaudits 2012 Brand Laureate Awards: Best Brands in Education - Tertiary and Best Brands in Brand Management, and winner of the 'Quality College and University' from the 2nd International Standard Quality Award 2012. UNIRAZAK has also received the bronze award in the Putra Brand Awards 2011 (Education and Learning) category, Asia's Best B-School Award 2011 (from CMO Asia) and Sahabat Negara SME Award 2011 (from SME Recognition Awards 2011).

By continuously striving for distinction, the University is well on its way in becoming a significant educational institution in this country and the region. By delivering a world-class learning experience, UNIRAZAK aspires to be an institution that produces great thinkers who will become the accomplished leaders of tomorrow.

AWARDS AND RECOGNITION

26 February 2016 - 'Export Outstanding Achievement Award 2015' by Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation or MATRADE, an agency under the Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI)
30 November 2015 - MyRa ( Malaysia Research Assessment ) 4 STAR in MyRa Star Rating Year 2014
6 November 2015 - Grand Winner of Entrepreneurial Private University of the Year at the Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE) Entrepreneurial Awards 2015
27 April 2012 - Winner at the 2nd International Standard Quality Awards 2012 - Quality College and University
12 January 2012 - Double Winner at The BrandLaureate Awards - SMEs Best Brand Awards 2011
11 March 2011 - Bronze award in the Putra Brand Awards (Education and Learning) category
22 July 2011 - Asia's Best B-School Award
8 December 2011 - Sahabat Negara SME Award 2011 from SME Recognition Awards 2011

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UNIVERSITI TUNKU ABDUL RAHMAN (UTAR)

History of UTAR

The Establishment of UTAR began with the story of Kolej Tunku Abdul Rahman (KTAR). In 1964 the Malaysian Chinese Association (MCA) mooted the idea of setting up a college which was subsequently named after the first Prime Minister of Malaysia.

On 15 September 1972, YAB Dato' Hussein Onn, the then Minister of Education handed over the Instrument of Government to the College. A 191-acre piece of land in Setapak, Kuala Lumpur was allocated for the construction of the KTAR Campus.

Established in 2002 with 411 students, today, Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR) offers 110 programmes in fields including Accountancy, Actuarial Science, Agriculture, Arts, Business and Economics, Creative Industries and Design, Engineering and Built Environment, Information and Communication Technology, Life and Physical Sciences, Mathematics and Process Management, Medicine and Health Sciences, and Social Science and Education to more than 26,000 students in its nine faculties, three institutes and three centres located in Sungai Long and the main campus in Kampar, which was awarded the Pertubuhan Akitek Malaysia (Malaysian Institute of Architects) gold award in the education category in 2013. The employability of its 45,000 over graduates exceeds 97 percent within six months after graduation.

UTAR's efforts to excel in teaching and research to achieve its vision to be a global university of educational excellence with transformative societal impact have led it to be ranked as one of the top 300 universities in Asia in 2012 and 2013 by QS World University Rankings: Asia.

The Genesis of UTAR

On 5 July 2001, the Minister of Education, YB Tan Sri Musa Mohamad, invited the MCA to establish UTAR. A steering committee, chaired by YABhg Tun Dr Ling Liong Sik was formed to draw up a blueprint. A working committee led by YBhg Tan Sri Dr Ng Lay Swee, who was then the Principal of KTAR, prepared the working papers for the formation of the University. After months of meetings, deliberations and research, a framework emerged.

UTAR would comprise the following:

  • Faculty of Accountancy and Management
  • Faculty of Arts and Social Science
  • Faculty of Information & Communication Technology
  • Lee Kong Chian Faculty of Engineering and Science
  • Faculty of Medicine and Health Science
  • Institute of Postgraduate Studies and Research
  • Centre for Extension Education

These five faculties, one institute and one centre would offer a comprehensive range of courses to meet the varied needs of students.

In fact, the establishment was timely with the recognition of the private education industry by the Government of Malaysia as a vital engine in stimulating and sustaining the growth of intellectual capital to meet the complex needs of an increasingly knowledge-based and innovation-driven economy.

The International Advisory Council

Guided by a vision to be a premier University for the advancement and dissemination of knowledge and expertise while emphasising  the holistic development of individuals for nation building, UTAR would have to achieve global standards. To serve as a platform for international affiliations, the International Advisory Council (IAC) consisting of eminent scholars and scientists was established. With this array of distinguished scholars and scientists, UTAR has since then been working towards building a strong international base for its research programmes and courses of studies. The historic inaugural meeting of the IAC chaired by Tun Dr Ling Liong Sik, then Chairman of UTAR Council, took place on 15 April 2002. It was indeed a meeting of keen minds with a myriad of vibrant ideas which provided an excellent start for the new University.

On 10 June 2002, UTAR welcomed its first intake of 411 students to its Petaling Jaya Campus. On 13 August 2002, YABhg Tun Dr Mahathir bin Mohamad, then Prime Minister of Malaysia, officially launched UTAR. UTAR is thus officially established under the UTAR Education Foundation, a not-for-profit organisation.

Introduction

Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR) was officially launched on 13 August 2002 as a not-for-profit private university providing affordable quality education. It is established under the UTAR Education Foundation and registered under the Malaysian Private Higher Educational Institutions Act 1996.

Guided by its vision to be a global university of educational excellence with transformative societal impact, UTAR is highly reputed as one of the fastest growing private higher education institutions in the country with phenomenal growth in all aspects of its development since its inception. With the first intake of only 411 students in its Petaling Jaya campus in 2002, the Universitys enrolment has now reached 26,000 students with campuses located in Kampar, Perak and Bandar Sungai Long, Selangor.

UTAR has graduated over 45,000 students since its inaugural convocation in 2005 and has made impressive strides in establishing a strong reputation as a comprehensive University with dedication to achieving excellence in teaching and research. The University currently offers more than 110 academic programmes from Foundation Studies to Bachelor's, Masters, and PhD degrees in the fields of Accounting, Business and Economics, Actuarial Science, Mathematics and Process Management, Agriculture and Food Science, Arts, Social Sciences and Education, Creative Industries and Design, Engineering and Built Environment, Information and Communication Technology, Life and Physical Sciences, and Medicine and Health Sciences.

UTAR Kampar Campus

UTARs main campus in Kampar was built on a 1300-acre piece of land donated by the Perak State Government. It is located in the growing township of Bandar Barat Kampar in Perak. Strategically located off the North-South highway, Kampar Campus is 190 km from Kuala Lumpur which is slightly over two hours away from the city by car. The Campus welcomed its first intake of students in May 2007.

Flanked by picturesque mountains, dotted with scenic lakes and located within a growing township, Kampar Campus offers a conducive and serene learning environment. This Campus features modern educational facilities and provides students with access to some of the latest learning technologies and research innovations. In addition, the Campus has facilities for sports such as football, basketball, volleyball, badminton, table tennis and a gymnasium. The spacious campus grounds are also ideal for jogging and cycling.

The following faculties are located in UTAR Kampar Campus:

  • Faculty of Arts and Social Science (FAS)
  • Faculty of Business and Finance (FBF)
  • Faculty of Engineering and Green Technology (FEGT)
  • Faculty of Information and Communication Technology (FICT)
  • Faculty of Science (FSc)
  • Centre for Foundation Studies (CFS Kampar)
  • Centre for Extension Education (CEE Kampar)
  • Institute of Chinese Studies (ICS Kampar)

The construction of Phase Two of the Kampar campus was completed in mid- 2012. With the completion of Phase Two, there are now 15 buildings in this lake-view campus including a grand hall with a seating capacity of 4,000, lecture theatres, tutorial rooms, a cafeteria, and the creation of more parking spaces.

Visitors to the panoramic UTAR Kampar Campus will unmistakably catch a glimpse of the exceptionally striking grand hall erected with architectural finesse on a 12,000-square metre plot of land. This palatial hall was built to commemorate UTAR's 10th anniversary and it was named after its illustrious founder, YABhg Tun Dr. Ling Liong Sik.


Another unique feature in Kampar Campus is a pair of bronze sculptures; one of Confucius and the other of Einstein. These two imposing sculptures are located in front of Heritage Hall and weigh a total of 580kg. These sculptures symbolise UTAR's belief in the universality of learning and thinking with the convergence of wisdoms from both the East and the West.

Amid the lush greenery and pristine lakes on campus is the UTAR Bird Sanctuary which is a heronry located on a small island in the middle of the lake on campus. There are about 5 species of herons breeding in this heronry. Besides these breeding birds, the campus is also surveyed to have an impressive 100 species of birds.

UTAR Sungai Long Campus

The Sungai Long Campus is located in Bandar Sungai Long, a main township in Kajang, Selangor. It is a purpose-built campus with surrounding facilities and services that support banking, housing, public transport, shopping and meals for the convenience of the students.
On 1 June 2015, UTAR relocated its campuses and offices from Setapak, Kuala Lumpur and Section 13 Petaling Jaya to its own campus in Sungai Long in a move to consolidate and strengthen the Universitys presence in the Klang Valley. This move to Sungai Long was one of the most defining moments in UTARs history as the University continues its next decade of excellence in education.

The Sungai Long Campus houses the Mary KUOK Pick Hoo Library and the following faculties, centres and institutes:

  • Faculty of Accountancy and Management (FAM)
  • Faculty of Medicine and Health Science (FMHS)
  • Faculty of Creative Industries (FCI)
  • Lee Kong Chian Faculty of Engineering and Science (LKC FES)
  • Institute of Chinese Studies (ICS)
  • Centre for Foundation Studies (CFS)
  • Centre for Extension Education (CEE)
  • Institute of Management and Leadership Development
  • Institute of Postgraduate Studies and Research

Link:
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