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Malaysian Technical University Network (MTUN) comprised :
1- Universiti Teknologi Malaysia Melaka (UTeM)
2- Universiti Malaysia Pahang (UMP)
3- Universiti Tun Hussein Onn (UTHM)
4- Universiti Malaysia Perlis (UniMAP)

These four universities under the MTUN umbrella offered various technical and vocational courses at the diploma and first degree levels.


The three Premier Polytechnics were
1- Politeknik Ungku Omar (PUO)
2- Politeknik Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah (PSA)
3- Politeknik Ibrahim Sultan (PiS)

The entry qualification of these three Polytechnics is equivalent to that for Public Institutions of Higher Learning (IPTA).

Universiti Malaysia Perlis (UniMAP)
(Previously known as : Kolej Universiti Kejuruteraan Utara Malaysia (KUKUM))

NO NAME ATIONS NEC FIELD (National Education Code)
1

Bachelor of Business (Hons) (Engineering Entrepreneurship)

340 (Business and Administration (Broad Programmes))
2

Bachelor of Business (Hons) (International Business)

340 (Business and Administration (Broad Programmes))
3

Bachelor of Engineering (Honors) (Biomedical Electronic Engineering)

523 (Electronics and Automation)
4

Bachelor of Engineering (Honors) (Bioprocess Engineering)

524 (Chemical and Process)
5

Bachelor of Engineering (Honors) (Communication Engineering)

523 (Electronics and Automation)
6

Bachelor Of Engineering (Honors) (Communication Engineering)

523 (Electronics and Automation)
7

Bachelor Of Engineering (Honors) (Computer Engineering)

523 (Electronics and Automation)
8

Bachelor Of Engineering (Honors) (Electrical Systems Engineering)

522 (Electricity and Energy)
9

Bachelor of Engineering (Honors) (Electrical Systems Engineering)

522 (Electricity and Energy)
10

Bachelor of Engineering (Honors) (Electronic Engineering)

523 (Electronics and Automation)
11

Bachelor Of Engineering (Honors) (Electronic Engineering)

523 (Electronics and Automation)
12

Bachelor of Engineering (Honors) (Environmental Engineering)

526 (Civil Engineering)
13

Bachelor of Engineering (Honors) (Industrial Electronic Engineering)

523 (Electronics and Automation)
14

Bachelor Of Engineering (Honors) (Industrial Electronic Engineering)

523 (Electronics and Automation)
15

Bachelor of Engineering (Honors) (Manufacturing Engineering)

540 (Manufacturing and Processing (Broad Programmes))
16

Bachelor Of Engineering (Honors) (Manufacturing Engineering)

540 (Manufacturing and Processing (Broad Programmes))
17

Bachelor Of Engineering (Honors) (Materials Engineering)

527 (Material Engineering)
18

Bachelor of Engineering (Honors) (Materials Engineering)

527 (Material Engineering)
19

Bachelor Of Engineering (Honors) (Mechanical Engineering)

521 (Mechanics and Metal Work)
20

Bachelor of Engineering (Honors) (Mechanical Engineering)

521 (Mechanics and Metal Work)
21

Bachelor Of Engineering (Honors) (Mechatronic Engineering)

523 (Electronics and Automation)
22

Bachelor of Engineering (Honors) (Mechatronic Engineering)

523 (Electronics and Automation)
23

Bachelor Of Engineering (Honors) (Metallurgical Engineering)

521 (Mechanics and Metal Work)
24

Bachelor of Engineering (Honors) (Metallurgical Engineering)

521 (Mechanics and Metal Work)
25

Bachelor Of Engineering (Honors) (Microelectronic Engineering)

523 (Electronics and Automation)
26

Bachelor Of Engineering (Honors) (Microelectronic Engineering)

523 (Electronics and Automation)
27

Bachelor of Engineering (Honors) (Polymer Engineering)

524 (Chemical and Process)
28

Bachelor Of Engineering (Honors) (Product Design Engineering)

521 (Mechanics and Metal Work)
29

Bachelor of Engineering (Honors) (Product Design Engineering)

521 (Mechanics and Metal Work)
30

Bachelor Of Engineering (Honors) Computer Engineering

523 (Electronics and Automation)
31

Diploma In Engineering (Computer Engineering)

523 (Electronics and Automation)
32

Diploma In Engineering (Electrical Engineering)

522 (Electricity and Energy)
33

Diploma In Engineering (Manufacturing Engineering)

540 (Manufacturing and Processing (Broad Programmes))
34

Diploma In Engineering (Mechatronic Engineering)

523 (Electronics and Automation)
35

Diploma In Engineering (Metallurgical Engineering)

521 (Mechanics and Metal Work)
36

Diploma In Engineering (Microelectronic Engineering)

523 (Electronics and Automation)

Universiti Malaysia Perlis (UniMAP)

Universiti Malaysia Pelis (UniMAP)
Jobalan Pendaflar
Bohogian Penguruson Akademik
Unit Kemosukon Don Rekod Felojor
Tingkat 1, Bangunan Kumpulon Wong Simpanan Pekerjo (KWSP)
Jalon Bukil lagi, 01000 Kangar, Pedis
Tel: 04-979 8701 Fax:04-979 8703


Diploma Programmes for SPM students

Semester
Duration
Stream
1 Diploma in Computer Engineering 6 Sciences & Technical
2 Diploma in Electrical Engineering 6 Sciences & Technical
3 Diploma in Mechalronic Engineering 6 Sciences & Technical
4 Diploma in Manufacturing Engineering 6 Sciences & Technical
5 Diploma in Metallurgy Engineering 6 Sciences & Technical
6 Diploma in Microelektronic Engineering 6 Sciences & Technical
7 Diploma in Agriculture 6 Arts and Sciences
8 Diploma in Farming and Animal Health 6 Sciences
9 Diploma in Fisheries 6 Sciences
10 Diploma in Food Farming Management 6 Arts and Sciences
11 Diploma in Forestry 6 Arts and Sciences

Universiti Malaysia Perlis (UniMAP)

Rumah Universiti, Universiti Malaysia Perlis, Kampus Kubang Gajah, 02600 Arau Perlis
Tel : 04-979 8289/8297 Fax : 977 0841 emel : pro@unimap.edu.my


Universiti Malaysia Perlis (UniMAP) is located at the northernmost part of the Malaysian peninsula, less than 35 km from the borders of Thailand. Originally known as KUKUM (Kolej Universiti Kejuruteraan Utara Malaysia, or Northern Malaysia University College of Engineering), it was approved by the Cabinet as a public institution of higher learning in May, 2001. Its first intake comprised 116 engineering students, who started classes in June, 2002. It now has about 3000 students, and a workforce of more than 600 people comprising academic and nonacademic staff. There are fifteen programmes leading to B. Eng and six programmes leading to Diploma (Eng), offered through eight engineering schools.


As in 2013, Malaysia has the following higher education opportunities for secondary students:

1) 414 Private colleges
2) 37 Private universities
3) 20 Private University-colleges
4) 1 Public University-college
4) 7 Foreign branch campus
5) 20 Public universities
6) 24 Polytechnics
7) 37 Public Community Colleges

 


Universiti Malaysia Perils (UniMAP) is located at the northernmost part of the Malaysian peninsula, less than 35 km from the border of Thailand, Originally known as KUKUM (Kolej Universiti Kejuruteraan Utara Malaysia, or Northern Malaysia University College of Engineering), it was approved by the Cabinet as a public institution of higher learning in May, 2001. Its first intake comprised 116 engineering students, who started classes in June, 2002. It now has about 3000 students, and a workforce of more than 600 people comprising academic and non-academic staff. There are fifteen programmes leading to B. Eng and six programmes leading to Diploma (Eng), offered through eight engineering schools.

UniMAP boasts itself as a true-blue technical university which fulfills the interest of students who are inclined towards practical-based engineering education, UniMAP's graduates are budding engineers who have been groomed to be competent and confident enough to explore entrepreneurial possibilities upon graduation, They are expected to not only exhibit excellence in knowledge and skills directly related to their engineering fields of study, but are also proficient in communication and ICT skills, as well as possessing unsurpassed traits of professionalism and patriotism, It is hoped that because of their excellent education, they will become the engineering leaders of tomorrow, The area of focus at UniMAP is electronic-based engineering and other related fields of engineering and technology that can support the advancement of electronic-based engineering.

Mission

To produce a holistic human capital that contributes to the nation's development and industrial competitiveness agenda

Vision

An internationally competitive academic and research institution

Academic Strengths

Profile of Lecturers

UniMAP has 200 + academic staff (of which 8 are full professors, 29 associate professors and 5 professional engineers), 200 + support staff ,2113 undergraduates (as of 1st June. 2006) and 22 postgraduates (as of 1 st June, 2006)


Course Contents

At present, there are 15 undergraduate programmes that lead to the degree of B, Eng, namely :-

Computer Engineering

Communication Engineering

Microelectronic Engineering

Electronic Engineering

Electrical Systems Engineering

Industrial Electronic Engineering

Mechatronic Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

Manufacturing Engineering

Product Design Engineering

Electronic Biomedical Engineering

Metallurgical Engineering

Materials Engineering

Bioprocess Engineering

Environmental Engineering

Postgraduate degree programmes (by research)

M.Sc (Microelectronic Engineering)

M.Sc (Computer Engineering)

M.Sc (Electrical Systems Engineering)

M.Sc (Mechatronic Engineering)

M.Sc (Manufacturing Engineering)

M.Sc (Materials Engineering)

M.Sc (Product Design Engineering)

M.Sc (Mechanical Engineering)

M.Sc (Environmental Engineering)

M.Sc (Bioprocess Engineering)

M.Sc (Electronic Biomedical Engineering)

Ph.D.

In addition, six Diploma programmes are also offered:


Diploma in Microelectronic Engineering

Diploma in Computer Engineering

Diploma in Manufacturing Engineering

Diploma in Mechatronic Engineering

Diploma in Electrical Engineering

Diploma in Metallurgical Engineering.



The programmes are offered through eight schools, namely :-

- School of Computer and Communication Engineering

- School of Microelectronic Engineering

- School of Electrical Systems Engineering School of Mechatronic Engineering

- School of Manufacturing Engineering School of Materials Engineering

- School of Bioprocess Engineering School of Environmental Engineering

Professional programmes

MBA with emphasis in engineering management

KUKUM-UUM collaboration

42 credits to graduate

Admission requirement -- degree in any field

Fee - RM380/credit, a total of RM 91 200

Duration core modules, etc)

Employability of Graduate

UniMAP graduates are practical-oriented engineers who have:

acquired the ability to apply knowledge of basic science and engineering

in-depth technical competency in a specific engineering discipline

the ability to communicate effectively and use ICT effectively

the ability to use techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice so as to adapt easily to industrial needs

the ability to identify problems, create solutions, innovate and improve current designs and practices

an understanding of professional and ethical responsibilities, and have a high commitment to the community

a recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life long learning. In other words, the graduates can adapt to new situations and demands by applying and/or updating their knowledge and skills appropriately

the ability to function and contribute effectively in teams both as a leader as well as an effective team player

an international perspective on social, cultural, and global responsibilities

an in-depth appreciation and understanding of entrepreneurship, the process of innovation, and the need for sustainable development

the ability to appreciate aesthetic values through development and application of personal judgment

Internationalization

As with many other universities, UniMAP seeks to achieve international recognition in its academic research and other related endeavors, Hence, the University's internationalization agenda is appropriately initiated. Although still in its infancy, much has been undertaken to start this journey,

The goals above are to be realized via various mechanisms - including having programmes such as student exchange and international part- sponsorship schemes for postgraduate research students, , Some efforts will automatically lead to international acknowledgment - for example, recognition by the Malaysian Engineering Accreditation Council/Board of Engineers will lead to the internationally renowned Washington Accord, Likewise, complying with the ISO 9001:2000 inevitably implies that the University has a quality system that fulfills the minimum requirement of an internationally recognized quality system standard.

Collaboration efforts through MoUs are continually searched and carried out, UniMAP's location opens up many opportunities for regional (especially the IMT-GT) and international collaboration initiatives, not just in the academia, but also in other related fields such as sports and culture,

 


Some of the universities that have fostered ties with UniMAP include:

Oita University, Japan
Yamanashi University, Japan
Universitas Sumatra Utara, Indonesia
Universitas Pertanian Bogor, Indonesia
Universitas Trisakti, Indonesia
Prince of Songkhia University, Thailand
University of New South Wales, Australia
FH Aalen, Germany
Coventry University, UK
Tampere University of Technology Finland
Universidad Politecnica De Madrid, Spain
University of Barcelona, Spain
Technological Education Institute of Athens. Greece
Technological Education Institute of Piraeus, Greece


Recognition and Achievements

External recognition


Malaysian Board of Engineers

Institute of Engineers Malaysia

Malaysian Engineering Accreditation Council


Quality assurance of UniMAP's academic programmes

Evaluative

- University Board of Directors

- External examiner

- New academic programme consultant


Coaching & mentoring

- Academic Advisor
- Research Advisor
- Guest Lecturer / Professor
- Adjunct Professor / Industry Advisor - Visiting Academics
- Academics on Contract
- Invited Speaker
- Academic Consultant


Types of achievement by students / lecturers / institution in the last 2 years

2003 Melaka Biogenesis Challenge Award
More than RM 3 million in IRPA, MOSTE grants, 2004
More than RM 700K in 2005 FRGS Short Term. MOHE
More than RM 500K in 2005 KUKUM Short Term Research Grants
Anugerah Teknologi Maklumat in 2005
1 Gold, 4 Silver, 2 Bronze in ITEX 2005
1 Gold, 4 Silver, 8 Bronze in 2005 IPTA Research Exhibition
1 Gold. 2 Silver in 34+h Geneva International Exhibition 2006
More than RM 1.6 million in the 2006 FRGS, MOHE
More than RM 1.4 million in the 2006 Sciencefund, MOSTI
More than RM 300K value of contract research in 2006 alone
2 research products in main exhibition area in BioMalaysia 2006
2006 National Workers' Occupational Safety & Health Award (OSHA)
R&D-related MoU's in 2006 with government and industrial giants
Awarded 2 Agilent Diversity Grant in 2007, valued at US 19,000

UniMAP for the 1st time competing in the 34TH INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION OF INVENTIONS OF NEW TECHNIQUES AND PRODUCTS at Geneva had won a gold medal (KUKUM artificial marble) and two silver medal.

UniMAP sent 31 products to ITEX 2006 and 16 products won medal (a gold medal, 6 silver medal and 9 bronze medal and also 1 merit award for booth)

Malaysian Technology Expo (MTE) Sent 3 products and 100% achievement Gold "Compact Bio - Fuel Burner" by Shaiful Ashrul Ishak PERAK "Easy Fix Concrete Block" by Mustafa AI-Bakri Abdullah GANGSA "FMCG Products With Essential Oils As Active Ingredients" by RM. Murray Hunter

UniMAP sent 4 products to the 35TH INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION OF INVENTIONS OF NEW TECHNIQUES AND PRODUCTS at Geneva recently and won in all categories, Specifically

Prof, Madya Zaiiman Sauli and his team won silver for "Microeletromachanical System (MEMS) Heatuator",

Che Mohd Ruzaidi Ghazali and his team won bronze for "UniMAP Impreg Wood",

Mazlee Bin Mohd, Noor and his team won bronze for "Recycled Aluminium Composite Pulley", and

Khairul Nizar Ismail and his team won gold for "Production Of Lightweight Aggregates From Local Waste".


Public Universities of Malaysian Government  March 29, 2016 12:24:16 AM

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