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WELCOME SEM 1 SESSION 2013/2014 NEW GRADUATE STUDENTS

Deputy Vice-Chancellor (A&I) Prof Dr Rose Alinda Alias dvcai@utm.my http://www.utm.my/dvcai

Total number of new postgraduate students REGISTERED up to 5 pm on 4 Sept 2013 for Session 2013/2014 Sem 1
Total= 821 (UTM JB) + 294 (UTM KL)= 1115

Total number of postgraduate students ENROLMENT up to 5 pm on 4 Sept 2013

13,156

THE CHANCELLOR
Her Royal Highness Raja Zarith Sofiah binti Almarhum Sultan Idris Shah

HRH Raja Zarith Sofiah is the 4th Chancellor of UTM and the former Pro Chancellor of UTM.

http://www.royalconnections.utm.my/chancellor

UTM Vice-Chancellor
PROF. IR. DR. WAHID BIN OMAR Bsc. (Civ. Eng.), MSc (Bridge Eng.)(Survey), PhD (Struc. Eng) (Birmingham), MIEM, MCSM, PEng

Vice-Chancellor / Professor of Structural Engineering Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, 81310 UTM Skudai, Johor, Malaysia Tel: +(6) 07 55 30000 Fax: +(6) 07 557 9376 Email:: drwahid@utm.my

UTM DVC (Academic & International)


PROF. DR ROSE ALINDA ALIAS Ph.D (Information Systems), M. Sc (Computer Info Systems) Master of Business Administration, B.Science (Computer Science) Professor of Information Systems Management Dept of Information Systems, Faculty of Computing, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, 81310 UTM Skudai, Johor, Malaysia Tel: +(6) 07 55 300328 Email:: dvcai@utm.my, alinda@utm.my

URL: www.utm.my/dvcai Facebook: www.facebook.com/profrose

PROF. IR.DR. WAHID BIN OMAR VICE CHANCELLOR

PROF. IR. DR. MOHD AZRAAI BIN KASSIM DEPUTY VICE CHANCELLOR (RESEARCH & INNOVATION)

PROF. DR. ROSE ALINDA BINTI ALIAS DEPUTY VICE CHANCELLOR (ACADEMIC & INTERNATIONAL)

PROF. DR. ISMAIL BIN ABD AZIZ DEPUTY VICE CHANCELLOR (STUDENT AFFAIRS & ALUMNI)

PROF. DR. HAMDANI BIN SAIDI CAMPUS DIRECTOR UTM KUALA LUMPUR

WAN MOHD ZAWAWI BIN WAN ABD. RAHMAN REGISTRAR

SHARIFAH ALWIAH BTE SYED ALWI BURSAR

KAMARIAH BINTI NOR MOHD DESA LIBRARIAN

ABDUL KARIM BIN ABDUL AZIZ DEPUTY REGISTRAR (LEGAL)

PROF. DR. AZLAN BIN ABDUL RAHMAN DIRECTOR, HEK

PROF. DR. ABD LATIF BIN SALEH DIRECTOR, PHB

PROF. DR. SAFAAI BIN DERIS DIRECTOR, CICT

PROF. DR. KHAIRUL ANUAR BIN ABDULLAH DEAN, UTM SPACE

PROF. DR. NORDIN BIN YAHAYA SENIOR DIRECTOR UTM INTERNATIONAL

PROF. DR. AHMAD RAHMAN BIN SONGIP DIRECTOR, TPU

UTM History

UTM Campuses

UTM Kuala Lumpur

UTM Johor Bahru


50 minutes from Singapore airport/NUS/NTU
1-2 hrs to main destinations in South East Asia

UTM Campuses

UTM Johor Bahru Campus (3000 acres) - main UTM Kuala Lumpur Campus

45th in Asia for Engineering & Technology (No 1 in Malaysia) 7th in Asia for Number of International Students (No 1 in Malaysia)

VISION
To be recognized as a world-class center of academic and technological excellence.

MISSION
To be a leader in the development of human capital and innovative technologies that will contribute to the nations wealth creation.

Philosophy of UTM
The Divine Law of ALLAH is the foundation for Science and Technology Universiti Teknologi Malaysia strives with total and unified effort to develop excellence in science and technology for universal peace and prosperity, in accordance with His will

UTM GRADUATE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM


JKTSPS: UNIVERSITY SENATE University Sub Senate Committee for Graduate

Studies
DVC (A&I) DEAN OF SGS JAPSU: University Graduate Studies Academic Committee
SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES DEPUTY DEANS ACADEMIC MANAGER

Dean of SGS JKPSF:

IT MANAGER
DEPUTY REGISTRAR SUPPORT STAFF

Faculty Graduate Studies


Committee Dean of Faculty

UNIVERSITY SENATE COMMITTEE FOR GRADUATE STUDIES (JKTSPS)


DEPUTY VICE CHANCELLOR (ACADEMIC & INTERNATIONAL) PROF. DR ROSE ALINDA ALIAS

DATO DR PROF AHMAD PROF DR KAMARUL ASRI PROF DR DARUS IBRAIM RAHMALAN AHMAD

PROF DR AZMAN HASSAN

PROF DR MOHD SALLEH ABU

PROF DR HASNAH MOHD SIRAT

ALL FACULTIES DEPUTY DEAN (ACADEMIC)

UTM Faculties & Schools


ENGINEERING Fac. of Electrical Engineering Fac. of Civil Engineering Fac. of Chemical Engineering Fac. of Mechanical Engineering Fac. of Petroleum Engineering & Renewable Energy Engineering Fac. of Bioscience & Medical Engineering SOCIAL SCIENCE Fac. of Management Fac. of Education International Business School Fac. of Islamic Civilization Perdana School of Science, Technology & Innovation Policies Language Academy

SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY Fac. of Science

Fac. of Computing
Fac. of Built Environment Fac. of Geoinformation& Real Estate Razak School of Engineering and Advanced Technology Malaysia Japan International Institute of Technology Advanced Informatics School

DEAN AND DEPUTY DEAN (ACADEMIC) - ENGINEERING

Prof. Dr. Shahrin Mohammad

DEAN FKA

Prof. Dr. Johari Halim Shah Osman DEAN FKE

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Rahmat Mohsin DEAN FPREE

Prof. Ir. Dr Roslan Abd Rahman DEAN FKM

Prof. Dr. Zainuddin Abdul Abdul Manan DEAN FKK

Prof. Dr. Jasmy Yunus DEAN FBME

Prof. Ir. Megat Johari Megat Mohd Noor Dean MJIIT

Assoc. Prof. Ir. Dr. Mohd Hanim OsmanTDA FKA

Prof. Dr. Mohd Wazir Mustafa TDA FKE

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Azeman Mustafa TDA FPREE

Prof. Dr. Musa Mailah TDA FKM

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Ramli Mat TDA FKK

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Fahrul Zaman Huyop TDA FBME

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Sabariah binti Baharun TDA MJIIT

DEAN AND DEPUTY DEAN (ACADEMIC) - SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Roslan AmirudinDEAN FAB

Prof. Dr. Madzlan AzizDEAN FS

Prof. Sr. Dr. Miswan @ Abdul Hakim Mohammed DEAN FGHT

Prof. Ir. Dr Mohd. Aizaini Maarof DEAN FC

Prof. Dr. Shamsul Sahibudin DEAN UTM AIS

Prof. Dr. Awaluddin Mohamed Shaharoun DEAN UTM RAZAK

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Mohamad Rafee Majid TDA FAB

Prof. Dr. Wan Aini Wan Ibrahim TDA FS

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Hishamud din Mohd Ali TDA FGHT

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Siti Zaiton Mohd. Hashim TDA FC

Prof. Dr. Azizah Abdul Manaf TDA UTM AIS

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Zalina Mohd Daud TDA UTM RAZAK

DEAN AND DEPUTY DEAN (ACADEMIC) - SOCIAL SCIENCE

Prof. Dr. Mohd. Salleh Abu DEAN FP

Prof. Dr. Zainab Khalifah DEAN FM

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Hussin Salamon DEAN FTI

Prof. Dr. Mohd. Hassan Mohd Osman DEAN IBS

Prof. Zamri Mohamed DEAN UTM PERDANA

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Noor Abidah Mohd Omar DEAN LA

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Muhammad Sukri bin Saud - TDA FP

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Khalil bin Md. Nor TDA FM

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Ramli bin Awang TDA FTI

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Wan Khairuzza man bin Wan Ismail TDA IBS

Dr. Nor Ashikin binti Mohd Yusof TDA UTM PERDANA

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Zaidah binti Zainal TDA LA

FACULTY ACADEMIC STRUCTURE


DEAN

DEPUTY DEAN (ACADEMIC)

DEPUTY DEAN (DEVELOPMENT)

DEPUTY REGISTRAR

UG ACADEMIC MANAGER

PG ACADEMIC MANAGER

LAB MANAGER

IT MANAGER

ASSISTANT REGISTRAR

CW COORDINATOR

RESEARCH COORDINATOR

HOD 1

HOD 2

HODn

QUALITY MANAGER

PROGRAM COORDINATOR 1

PROGRAM COORDINATOR 1

PROGRAM COORDINATOR 1 COURSE PANEL PROGRAM COORDINATOR 2

PROGRAM COORDINATOR 2

PROGRAM COORDINATOR 2

PROGRAM COORDINATOR n

PROGRAM COORDINATOR n

PROGRAM COORDINATOR n

UTM INTERNATIONAL

UTMI

UTM Research Alliances & COES


BIOTECH Institute of Bioproduct Development - IBD Centre of Lipids Engineering Research - CLEAR Innovation Centre in Agri-Technology & Advanced Bioprocessing -ICA Centre for Cardiovascular Engineering UTMIJN CONSTRUCTION Constructions Research Centre CRC Institute of Noise & Vibration - IKG ENERGY Centre For Telecommunication Technology - UTM MIMOS Institute of High Voltage & High Current - IVAT Institute of Hydrogen Economy - IHE Institute of Oil & Gas - UTM MPRC Centre of Electrical Engineering System UTM CEES UTM Thermal Energy Centre - OTEC
SUSTAINABILITY Centre for Study of Build Environment in Malay World - KALAM The Centre for Innovative Planning and Development - CIPD Process System Engineering Centre PROSPECT Institute of Geospatial Science & Technology INSTEG Centre for Real Estate Studies - CRES UTM Palm Oil (Virtual Research Centre) PORC

INFOCOMM Wireless Communication Centre - WCC

K-ECONOMY Centre of Fiqh Research in Science & Technology - C-FIRST Advance Studies On Islam Science - CASIS UTM Centre for Industrial & Applied Mathematics - UTMCIAM UTM-IRDA Digital Media Centre - DMC

MATERIAL & MANUFACTURING Advanced & Membrane Technology Research Centre - AMTEC Centre for Artificial Intelligence & Robotics CASIS Sport Innovative & Technology Centre SITC

NANOTECHNOLOGY Ibnu Sina Institute Fundamental Science Studies - ISS Institute of Advanced Photonics Science - APSI

TRANSPORTATION Centre for Biomedical Engineering - CBE Marine Technology Centre - MTC Automotive Technology Centre - ADC Composite Centre - CC

WATER Institute of Environmental & Water Resources Management - IPASA Coastal & Offshore Engineering Institute COEI

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2013 highlights

Postgraduate

55.7%

PhD students 4,931 PG students 13,156


International Students

4,415 Endowment RM31.9m

RU IMPACT Postgraduate league table (pp 106)


Universities PG students PG% PhD students

Harvard
MIT Cambridge Imperial College NUS

13,867
6,510 8,978 4,149 9,663

66%
70% 45% 30% 27%

4,573
3,782 5,543 2,904 4,361

NTU
Tsinghua Tokyo Kyoto

9,468
21,697 13,732 9,308

30%
60% 48% 41%

3,488
7,252 6,022 3,707

Hong Kong

11,548

45%

2,870

UTM
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12,883

53%

4,455

RU IMPACT Postgraduate league table (pp 106)

Universities UM USM UPM UKM

PG students 10,860 9,276 12,350 9,866

PG% 45% 34% 41% 45%

PhD students 3,246 3,487 3,762 3,465

UTM

12,883

53%

4,455

* All data valid dated 15 Oct 2012, except UTM 30 Dec 2012

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RU IMPACT International students in Malaysia


Year
Year Total

PhD students in Malaysia


2002
2004 2005 2007 2009 2010 2011

International students in Higher Education


26,569 55,469 47,928 69,174 80,750

4,079
6,330 8,237 11,333 16,947 21,522 31,544

2000 2005 2007 2008 2009

2010 2011

86,923 91,670

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GRADUATE STUDENT ENROLMENT AS OF 4 SEPTEMBER 2013


PhD
14000 12000 10000 8000 6000 4000 2000 0
LOCAL (8,741)

MASTER

37.5% 29.7% 62.5%

70.7%

52.8% 47.2%
INTERNATIONAL (4,415)

TOTAL (13,156)

GRADUATE STUDENT ENROLMENT AS OF 4 SEPTEMBER 2013


Engineering (5137) Science & Technology (4195) Social Science (3824)

TOTAL PG ENROLMENT=13,156 + PhD Students = 4,931 (37.5%) + Master Student = 8,225 (62.5%) * International PG = 4,415=(33.5%)
MALE (4415) FEMALE (8741)

0 32.60%

37.10%

13,156
66.45%

33.55%

30.20%

ENROLLMENT OF INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS BY COUNTRY


COUNTRY IRAN INDONESIA LIBYA 2007 219 191 125 COUNTRY IRAN INDONESIA LIBYA 2008 645 204 119 COUNTRY IRAN INDONESIA LIBYA 2009 997 227 95 COUNTRY IRAN INDONESIA NIGERIA 2010 1463 256 142 COUNTRY 2011 COUNTRY 2012 COUNTRY 2013

ALGERIA
ARAB SAUDI BANGLADESH CHINA EGYPT UNITED ARAB EMIRATES INDIA INDONESIA IRAN IRAQ LIBYA MALDIVES SOMALIA SUDAN THAILAND PALESTIN YEMEN UGANDA SINGAPORE

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73 15 59 11 8 21 375 2044 199 124 3 40 131 12 14 109 12 9

IRAN
INDONESIA IRAQ LIBYA CHINA INDIA SAUDI ARABIA JORDAN BANGLDESH YEMEN SUDAN NIGERIA PAKISTAN SOMALIA SYRIA KAZAKHSTAN THAILAND UGANDA PALESTIN

2148
355 223 100 66 28 71 21 18 129 122 237 185 46 14 10 12 10 18

IRAN
IRAQ INDONESIA NIGERIA PAKISTAN YEMEN SUDAN LIBYA ARAB SAUDI CHINA SOMALIA JORDAN INDIA BANGLADESH PALESTIN OMAN SYRIA THAILAND SINGAPORE

2073 419 358 350 241 156 134 125 89 81 51 41 38 30 25 19 17 15 14

IRAQ
SUDAN YEMEN NIGERIA SAUDI ARABIA PAKISTAN KAZAKHSTAN THAILAND INDIA OMAN SOMALIA BANGLADESH CHINA EGYPT SYRIA TURKEY

55
55 53 21 20 20 17 10 9 7 7 6 6 4 4 4

IRAQ
SUDAN YEMEN NIGERIA SAUDI ARABIA CHINA KAZAKHSTAN PAKISTAN SOMALIA INDIA THAILAND OMAN SYRIA BANGLADESH TURKEY EGYPT

106
70 67 58 39 29 21 21 12 10 9 8 8 7 6 5

IRAQ
NIGERIA SUDAN YEMEN SAUDI ARABIA PAKISTAN CHINA INDIA OMAN SOMALIA KAZAKHSTAN BANGLADESH THAILAND EGYPT SINGAPORE SIERRA LEONE

90
82 71 61 47 42 36 13 13 12 11 8 8 7 6 5

IRAQ
PAKISTAN SUDAN LIBYA YEMEN SAUDI ARABIA CHINA SOMALIA INDIA OMAN EGYPT BANGLADESH UGANDA SYRIA UNITED ARAB EMIRATES JORDAN

117
105 96 86 83 53 36 21 16 14 10 9 9 7 6 6

OTHERS

20

OTHERS

46

OTHERS

50

OTHERS

73

OTHERS

456 OTHERS 172 OTHERS 139

TOTAL

853

TOTAL

1490

TOTAL

1881

TOTAL

2608

TOTAL

3722

TOTAL

3931

TOTAL

4415

GRADUATE STUDENT INTAKE AS OF 4 SEPTEMBER 2013 BY FACULTY


FACULTY
FP FKA FKE FKK IBS FGHT UTM Razak FS FKM FAB FC UTM AIS FM FBME MJIIT FTI FPREE SPS UTM Perdana

INTERNATIONAL MASTER PhD


1 3 7 0 3 4 1 2 3 0 6 2 2 7 1 1 3 0 0 3 5 1 1 1 2 4 0 3 5 8 13 5 3 4 6 0 0 0

LOCAL MASTER PhD


184 79 73 63 78 52 50 43 45 42 22 22 18 20 13 12 23 2 1 11 9 9 22 4 13 9 18 7 2 12 5 10 2 12 9 1 3 2

TOTAL MASTER
185 82 80 63 81 56 51 45 48 42 28 27 20 27 14 13 26 2 1

TOTAL PhD
14 14 10 23 5 15 13 18 10 7 20 18 15 5 16 15 1 3 2

GRAND TOTAL
199 96 90 86 86 71 64 63 58 49 48 45 35 32 30 28 27 5 3

TOTAL

49

56

842

160

891

224

1115

GRADUATE STUDENT ENROLMENT AS OF 4 SEPTEMBER 2013 BY FACULTY


FACULTY FP FC FKA FKE FS FKM FM FKK IBS FAB FGHT FBME UTM Razak UTM AIS FPREE FTI MJIIT UTM Perdana SPS ABahasa TOTAL INTERNATIONAL LOCAL

MASTER
58 345 253 188 78 227 96 83 224 81 31 134 33 148 40 27 4 29 3 0 2082

PhD
178 419 196 230 182 182 301 92 65 178 60 49 23 55 27 26 36 25 4 5 2333

MASTER
1346 228 536 530 531 398 302 415 441 219 241 168 284 145 165 100 67 8 13 6 6143

PhD
297 223 198 235 290 195 183 215 38 126 165 110 83 27 28 51 69 16 47 2 2598

TOTAL MASTER 1404 573 789 718 609 625 398 498 665 300 272 302 317 293 205 127 71 37 16 6 8225

TOTAL PhD 475 642 394 465 472 377 484 307 103 304 225 159 106 82 55 77 105 41 51 7 4931

GRAND TOTAL 1879 1215 1183 1183 1081 1002 882 805 768 604 497 461 423 375 260 204 176 78 67 13

13156

INCREASING ENROLMENT OF INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS


Number & Percentage of International Students Enrollment (2006 2013)
33.74% 36.89% 33.55%
4415

5000

17.05%

13.51%

4000
3000

23.64%

3722

3927

4.33%

7.73%

2000
1000

478

853

1490

1881

2608

0 2006 2007
2008 2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

RU IMPACT

students
Year 1984 1985 1990 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2020 Bachelor 3,886 3,857 5,348 17,897 15,895 15,109 14,792 14, 456 14,245 13,841 12,955 11,800 8,000 Postgraduate 2 3 175 3,291 3,004 2,823 3,942 4,850 6,432 9,107 10,888 12,883 14,000 Year 2000 2005 2010 2011 2012 2013 2015 2020 Masters 1,165 2,445 6,902 7,449 8,428 8,000 7,500 7,000 PhD 251 559 2,048 3,439 4,455 5,000 6,500 7,000

future university?
critical success factors

Entrepreneurial university

AcademiaIndustry partnership University research focus PG Advanced studies

4
Critical success factors
PhD staff Well known professors Research culture

Stage
1 2 3

UG & PG program establishment

4
5

Global networks
NEW ACADEMIA

New academia Faculty members Learning materials Philosophy Funding Professors, inventors, entrepreneurs Books, journals, experiences, Internet, internship, tacit knowledge Specialization, Integration, meaning Grants, fees, VC, endowment, REITs School leavers, mid-career, businessmen, early-career, life-long Campus, Internet, incubators, brands Lectures, tutorials, lab, studios, peer instruction, internship, incubators, experiential learning, HBS* case studies

Programs
Adjunct staff, fellows, co-supervisors Internship, students business venture, Job Creation projects New pedagogy, Research Alliances Creative fund raising, alumni Top undergraduates; Industrial PhD, research-based programs Wifi, 4G internet, MTDC, Proton NEW PEDAGOGY: learner-centric, Silicon Valley-culture, GOP, ethics, experiential learning framework

Students

Venue Learning modes

Outcomes

Degrees, expertise, business models, capital, networks, Degree++, culture

JOB CREATION; micro-credit, spinoff, real projects for students

* Note: HBS = Harvard Business School

Sustainability Wealth creation Global partnership

New Academia Model


Academic outputs

Spin-off activities

Job Creation

Professional / industrial engagement Entrepreneurial

University

Conventional route
School College School Training Institute, or
Apperenticeship

New Academia route


School College
Training, Apparenticeship,
JobCreation@UTM

Graduate programs

Graduate programs

JOB MARKET

JOB MARKET, OR CREATE JOB

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Prof. Chan Kim, INSEAD


Create uncontested market space Make the competition irrelevant Create & capture new demand Break theKim, value/cost trade off Align the whole organization in pursuit of differentiation & low cost Prof. Chan the second most influential management guru, 2011

BOS strategy canvas


MIT

HKU UTM

Academic stars Tuition fees

PhD period

UG quality enrolment

Citation/ Publications

Research facilities

New Job academia creation Campus Tropical

environment

UTM blue ocean strategy (BOS)


ELIMINATE Hiring top stars (eg Nobel laureates) High tuition fees Plagiarism Non-performers RAISE Citation / publications Research facilities Internet facilities Internationalization & KL campus World class campus experience Co-branding Efficiency and transparency CREATE New academia Tropical experience Job creation

REDUCE Undergraduate enrolment Period for PhD studies Local-centric Non-PhD staff Red-tapes and layers

transformation
Indicators
1 2 Staff with PhD SCOPUS journals ISI impact factors

2008
737 678 153

2011
1018 1078 802

2012
1143 2500 2000

2013
1500 3500 3000

2015
1800 6000 4000

2020
2100 15,000 7000

SCOPUS citation 3 Postgraduate (%)


Postgraduate no. PhD students no. PhD Graduate on time Post-doctoral fellows 4 5 6 7 Mean Intake CGPA (UG) Research grant (RM m) Intellectual property Spin-off companies

1372 25%
4,850 1269 <10 3.11 124 1075 57*

3791 46%
10,888 3439 <20 3.47 103 2185 14

5000 53%
12,883 4445 <20 3.71 78 2770 18

7000 55.7%
13,156 4951 50% 300 3.75 150 3300 200

10,000 60%
13,500 6000 60% 500 3.80 200 6000 400

50,000 70%
14,000 7000 90% 1000 4.00 400 10,000 1000

8
9

Staff research load


Endowment (RM m)
41

30%
0

50%
31.9

55%
50

60%
70

60%
100

70%
500

2013/2014
401+
Citations/ faculty Score : 3.2

401+
Academic Reputation Score : 32.2

380
Employer Reputation Score : 40.6

203
Faculty Student Score : 62.2

355=
Overall Rank Score : 36.0

326
International Faculty Score : 37.1

125
International Students Score : 79.6

401+
Citations/ faculty Score : 3.2

2013/2014 401+
363=
SOCIAL SCIENCES & MANAGEMENT ARTS & HUMANITIES

256=
BY SUBJECT
ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY
Score : 62.4

401+
NATURAL SCIENCES

401+
LIFE SCIENCES & MEDICINE

UTM ACHIEVEMENT IN QS WORLD UNIVERSITY RANKINGS


400

358

355

350

300

250 SCORE 200 RANK

150

100

27.9
50

33.65 401 - 450

36.0

2011

2012

2013

METHODOLOGY QS WORLD UNIVERSITY RANKINGS


INDICATOR ACADEMIC REPUTATION (from global survey) EMPLOYER REPUTATION (from global survey) FACULTY STUDENT RATIO CITATIONS PER FACULTY (from SciVerse Scopus) PROPORTION OF INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS PROPORTION OF INTERNATIONAL FACULTY PERCENTAGE 40 SCORE 2012 34.1 RANK 2012 301+ SCORE 2013 32.2 RANK 2013 401+

10

29.7

301+

40.6

380

20

58.7

196

62.2

203

20

2.5

301+

3.2

401+

72.1

141

79.6

125

17.1

301+

37.1

326

INBOUND
INBOUND 2012

TOTAL NUMBER = 2241

INBOUND 2013

TOTAL NUMBER = 684

TOTAL NUMBER = 567

MOBILITY PROGRAM
OUTBOUND 2012

OUTBOUND
TOTAL NUMBER = 7594

OUTBOUND 2013

TOTAL NUMBER = 1458

TOTAL NUMBER = 861

International Student Mobility in UTM


Global Outreach program Internship Abroad

3.Study Abroad.Spend
one or two semesters at universities abroad take Academic courses in a regular semester Visit with credit transfer.

Summer School

UTM

Student Exchange

Study Abroad International Invitation Program

Summer School

Outbound Program
1. Global Outreach Programme (GOP) is a 7
to 14 days academic based programme to experience various cultures in other countries. It includes immersion elements such as research & academic activities, social responsibility, cross cultural activities and international event participation.

2. Summer School Students register any courses


offered by host institutions during summer holiday

3.Study Abroad.Spend one or two


semesters at universities abroad take courses in a regular semester with credit transfer. 5. International Invitation Program students participating in
programmes organized by international institutions/ organisations with the following themes: i) Academic Programme: Seminar, Conference, Paper presentation, student project competition. ii) Cultural: Cultural Exhibition and Conference, Historical and Cultural Tour iii) Student Development Activity: Seminar and Courses,

4. Internship Abroad - to join research


study or internship under the supervision of an academic staff at universities or industries abroad.

Inbound Program
1. Academic Visit - A group of students can
spend 1 to 7 days in UTM to experience the unique Southeast Asian cultures, to study the global issue or to get access to extraordinary learning opportunities

3.Summer School
to take courses of 2- 3 credits in 2-3 weeks during summer holiday

2. Student Exchange/ Non Graduating Student. Spend one or two semesters take courses
in a regular semester with credit transfer OR to join research study or internship under the supervision of an academic staff in UTM.

Sustainable cities Industrial Biotechnology BLOSSOMS on Science and Mathematics Education


Industrial & Applied Mathematics Islamic studies Cardiovascular engineering

Low Carbon Technology Automotive Engineering


Combustion Engine Innovation in Education Competitiveness

Innovation culture
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The soul is the thrust of higher learning university is not to be equated with merely buildings, piles of books, physical infrastructure and the existence of a virtual system. Rather it is closely related to the support of its community which forms the knowledge culture of the university professors, lecturers, students, support staff of various levels (pp 146)

UTM Post Graduate Attributes


SCHOLARSHIP OF KNOWLEDGE

Possessed detail & in depth knowledge & specific discipline or professional area including global perspective. Ability to integrate existing & new ideas into established knowledge. Ability to apply knowledge to immediate discipline within wider community. Ability to discriminate, evaluate, analyze & synthesize existing & new knowledge

UTM Post Graduate Attributes


COMMUNICATION Ability to confidently, effectively & coherently communicate information & knowledge through listening, speaking, visualizing & writing to acceptable standard. Ability to acquire, organize, evaluate & present ideas using appropriate technology. Ability to demonstrate open-mindedness & receptiveness to new ideas.

UTM Post Graduate Attributes


LEADERSHIP & TEAM WORK Ability to appreciate & understand management, leadership & governance in higher learning institution. Ability to develop & maintain cooperative networks & team working within the institution & the wider community. Ability to demonstrate pro-activeness, professional leadership & appreciate societal & environmental implications of decisions.

UTM Post Graduate Attributes


RESEARCH SKILL Ability to demonstrate higher order thinking skill & view things in broader perspective. Ability to demonstrate critical thinking & creative problem solving. Ability to apply appropriate research methodologies, techniques & tools within the discipline. Ability to produce work of scholarly quality.

UTM Post Graduate Attributes


LIFE-LONG LEARNING Ability to conduct independent work or studies. Possess strong enthusiasm & commitment to continuously acquire new knowledge & skills.

UTM Post Graduate Attributes


ETHICS & INTEGRITY Possess a profound respect for truth, professional & intellectual integrity & ethics of research & scholarship. Possess economic & socio-cultural sensitivity & consideration of the impacts of research outcomes on professional practices.

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