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    The Malaysia Institute Of Technology

    Combining good academic and practical experience

    The Malaysia Institute Of Technology was mentioned in this post for the first time in the blog. Since it's the first time that I've come across the name, I've decided to look for more relevant information.


    And here goes...



    Malaysia University of Technology


    Malaysia University of Technology, also known as UTM, is one of the largest and most renowned research universities in the world in the field of technology. 


    Since 2015, it has been the highest research university in Malaysia and has had a record number of graduates from Malaysia's top ten universities. 


    With 56% of the students who are postgraduates, it is the second highest graduate university in Southeast Asia - with a focus on postdocs. 


    The Malaysian Higher Education Ministry said that on January 8, 2012, U TM became one of the few public universities in Malaysia to have obtained the status of a research university. 


    It is the first Malaysian university to have achieved full autonomy from the government. 


    It has opened up avenues for research and industrial cooperation with government research grants, and has regional and international academic collaborations, including with Intel, Altera, and Proton, as well as partnerships with universities and research institutes in the United States, Australia, China, Japan, South Korea, and India.


    UTM has three campuses:

     

    • the main campus is in Skudai and is the first university in the state of Johor; 
    • the secondary campuses accommodate part-time students (also known as SPACE program) 
    • foreign students who attend business courses. 



    It covers an area of 1148 hectares and is one of the largest universities in Malaysia and the second largest in Asia after the University of Singapore. 



    The Institut Teknologi Pertama (ITP)


    The Institut Teknologi Pertama (ITP) was founded in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, in 1986. 


    Since its foundation, the ITCP has excelled in four important areas. 


    In 2009, Edexcel Higher Education Diploma was the first college in Malaysia to introduce the new technology to the Malaysian higher education sector, and it has since become the world's leading training and research location. 


    College Factual has ranked MIT as one of the world's leading universities for providing high-quality education to international students. 


    CollegeFactual also evaluates the quality of education at MIT on a country-by-country basis. 


    In addition, the ITP is responsible for the cooperation with established universities in its courses of study.


    The university has earned a reputation for excellence in education, research and development, and has produced some of the most talented engineering and architecture students in Malaysia and throughout the Asia-Pacific region. 


    ITP is proud to recognize that its students have been recognized for outstanding achievements in engineering and architecture projects.

     


    Petronsas University of Technology


    Founded in 1997 and fully funded by Malaysian oil company Petronas, it aims to combine good academic training with practical experience - based on industrial experience - to produce graduates who can contribute to the country's industrial development. 


    Petronsas University of Technology is one of the world's leading research institutes in the oil and gas sector and hosts more than 1,000 students and doctoral candidates from over 50 countries. 


    The 450 hectare site is on the outskirts of Kuala Lumpur, the capital of Malaysia, and is characterised by steep hills and a lake, which are a legacy of the history of tin mining in the region.

     


    UCTI


    APIIT and UCTI were awarded by the Malaysian Institute of Technology (MIT) and the Malaysian National Research Council (NRC). This allows the university to select the best students from the region and to do most of the management internally to ensure more efficient administration. 


    UCTI offers a wide range of bachelor and postgraduate courses in engineering, technology and economics, as well as international studies in computer science, engineering and mathematics. 


    It offers a Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering with a focus on engineering science and technology and a Master of Science in Business. 


    The qualifications are accredited by the Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA) and all UCTI programmes have been approved by the Malaysian Higher Education Ministry. 


    The Mantin Campus, also known as the Linton Campus, is located 50 km from Kuala Lumpur and is embedded in a well-planned and spacious landscape that can accommodate 25,000 students from various faculties. 


    It is a private university offering Bachelor, Diploma and Postdoctoral degrees in Engineering, Applied Sciences, Engineering, Management and Business Administration. 


    The three university locations in Mantin, Lintang and the city centre cover all educational needs of the 21st century. 



    AIMST


    In addition to the degree programmes, AIMST also offers basic programmes in science and business.


    The curriculum for most degrees and programmes comes from prestigious foreign universities, including the University of Bristol in the UK.


    Supported by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), it has helped develop a range of advanced technologies, including advanced robotics, artificial intelligence (AI), and machine learning. 


    AIMST is currently the only private university in Malaysia with degrees in engineering, applied sciences, engineering and management.

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