Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka
Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka,below is Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka
UNIVERSITI TEKNIKAL MALAYSIA MELAKA (UTeM) – “Always A Pioneer, Always Ahead”
Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka (UTeM) was established on December 1, 2000. It was established under Section 20 of the University and University College Act 1971 (Act 30) under the Orders of Kolej Universiti Teknikal Kebangsaan Malaysia (Incorporated) 2001, then known as Kolej Universiti Teknikal Kebangsaan Malaysia (KUTKM).
On February 1, 2007, UTeM went through a rebranding exercise when Kolej Universiti Teknikal Kebangsaan Malaysia (KUTKM) was given a new name as Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka (UTeM). UTeM is the first technical university and the 14th public university listed in Malaysia. UTeM pioneers the “practice and application oriented” teaching and learning methodology for higher technical education in Malaysia. This is in accordance with the government’s decision to cater for high technical-skilled human resource needs of Malaysia’s industries.
UTeM currently operates from three campuses namely the Main Campus, the City Campus and the Technology Campus. UTeM has seven distinct faculties which provide in-depth specialization in engineering, engineering technology, ICT and technology management disciplines along with the Institute of Technology Management and Tecnopreneurship and Centre for Languages and Human Development. The faculties are Electrical Engineering, Electronics and Computer Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering, Information and Communication Technology, Technology Management & Technopreneurship and Faculty of Engineering Technology. The university offers academic programs at Diploma, Bachelor, Masters and PhD levels.
The programmes offered at UTeM are highly specialised. UTeM pioneers and leads in engineering technology programs among Technical Universities in Malaysia or MTUN. Currently, UTeM offers 10 engineering technology programs with the highest student enrolment of 2,600, which also represents 60% of total student enrolment at UTeM. The curriculum is developed closely with industry experts and aligned to the national agenda for Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) to ensure its quality and relevance meet the needs of the thriving industrial sectors and further produces highly-skilled human resources for the development of Malaysia towards a high-income nation by 2020.
UTeM admits not only local but also international students and this includes students from Indonesia, Korea, Japan, Saudi Arabia, Chad, Syria, Pakistan, Cameroon, Bangladesh, Tanzania, India, Somalia, Singapore, Qatar, Palestine, Libya, Iraq, Iran, Ghana, France, Yemen, Nigeria and Jordan.
As a focused university, UTeM now has a total of almost 12,000 students enrolled with a majority at the undergraduate level. UTeM has produced nearly 20,600 graduates since 2005. UTeM’s graduates are highly sought by industries bearing a record of 80% graduate employability in local private and multi-national companies.
In enhancing students’ unique international learning experience, special study abroad programmes are prepared through the Students’ Mobility Programme and Erasmus+ Scholarship Programme. Elevating international recognition and relevance, UTeM’s internationalization initiatives include partnerships in research and innovation as well as teaching and learning in fields of mutual interest. UTeM’s strategic university’s partners among others are Telecom Bretagne, France, University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Germany, KUMOH International Institute of Technology, South Korea, Marmara University Turkey, Universiti Dian Nuswantoro, Indonesia and more. On top of that, UTeM has strong linkages with multinational industries, to list a few, such as Man & Tel Co. Ltd, Infineon Technologies, Composites Technology Research Malaysia (CTRM), Keysight Technologies, and Dassault System, thus benefiting the students by providing real-industry experience in teaching and learning. UTeM’s smart synergy with industries is notable in value adding to students’ knowledge, hence increasing their potentials of employment upon graduation.
1. FACULTY OF ELECTRONICS AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING
Diploma in Electronics Engineering (C2425)
Bachelor of Electronics Engineering With Honours (CK54)
2. FACULTY OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
Diploma in Electrical Engineering (C2420)
Bachelor of Electrical Engineering With Honours (CK42)
Bachelor of Mechatronics Engineering With Honours (CK24)
3. FACULTY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
Diploma in Mechanical Engineering (C2430)
Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering With Honours (CK08)
4. FACULTY OF MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING
Diploma in Manufacturing Engineering (C2432)
Bachelor of Manufacturing Engineering With Honours (CK09)
5. FACULTY OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY
Diploma in Information Technology (C2801)
Bachelor of Computer Science (Software Development) With Honours (CC10)
Bachelor of Computer Science (Computer Networking) With Honours (CC11)
Bachelor of Computer Science (Database Management) With Honours (CC14)
Bachelor of Computer Science (Interactive Media) With Honours (CC13)
Bachelor of Computer Science (Artificial Intelligence) With Honours (CC25)
Bachelor of Computer Science (Computer Security) With Honours (CC27)
Bachelor of Information Technology (Games Technology) With Honours (CC30)
6. FACULTY OF TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT AND TECHNOPRENEURSHIP
Bachelor Of Technology Management With Honours (Technology Innovation) (CP54)
Bachelor Of Technology Management With Honours (High Technology Marketing) (CP55)
Bachelor of Technopreneurship With Honours (CP53)
7. FACULTY OF ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY
6 Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering Technology (Automotive Technology) With Honours (CY51)
5 Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering Technology (Refrigeration System and Air Conditioning) With Honours (CY52)
4 Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering Technology (Maintenance Technology) With Honours (CY53)
3 Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering Technology With Honours (CY61)
2 Bachelor of Electrical Engineering Technology With Honours (CY30)
1 Bachelor of Electrical Engineering Technology (Industrial Power) With Honours (CY31)
1 Bachelor of Electrical Engineering Technology (Industrial Automation and Robotic) With Honours (CY32)
1 Bachelor of Electronic Engineering Technology (Telecommunication) With Honours (CY41)
1 Bachelor of Electronic Engineering Technology (Industrial Electronic) With Honours (CY42)
1 Bachelor of Electronics Engineering Technology With Honours (CY45)
3 Bachelor of Computer Engineering Technology (Computer System) With Honours (CY81)
3 Bachelor of Manufacturing Engineering Technology With Honours (CY90)
3 Bachelor of Manufacturing Engineering Technology (Process and Technology) With Honours (CY91)
3 Bachelor of Manufacturing Engineering Technology (Product Design) With Honours (CY92)
GENERAL ENTRY REQUIREMENT
Obtained at least three (3) principals in GCE Advanced Level (GCE A-Level) Examination [UK Examination System] or International Baccalaureate (IB) obtained in one sitting. (For countries which do not follow the UK examination or International Baccalaureate (IB) system, intake consideration shall be based on the equivalency of qualification table by the Malaysian Qualification Agency).
Have completed at least twelve (12) years of education.
SPECIAL PROGRAMMME REQUIREMENT
At least B grades in GCE A-Level / IB Examination in all of the following subjects:
at least C grade in one (1) other subject.
Engineering Technology Programme
At least B grades in GCE A-Level / IB Examination in Mathematics and C grades in two (2) other subjects.
Technology Management and Technopreneurship Programme
A minimum score of 500 in the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL)
UTeM only accept TOEFL or IELTS results taken at a date not more than 2 years from the date of admission.
For TOEFL results, UTeM only accept Internet-based (IBT) / Computer-based (CBT) / Paper-based (PBT) formats only.
A minimum score/Band 5.5 in the International English Language Testing System (IELTS)
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