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Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs)

Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) is a free online open learning course.

MOOCs Malaysia offers 884 courses, and a total of 559,751 students locally and abroad have participated in MOOC Malaysia.

Browse MOOCs via the following link : https://www.openlearning.com/malaysiamoocs

 

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Integrated Culmulative Grade Point Average (iCGPA)

Spike 1: Holistic, Entrepreneurial Feature and Balance Graduate

Initiative A2: Integrated Assessment

In realizing Stage 1: Holistic, Entrepreneurial and Balanced Graduate in the Malaysian Education Development Plan (Higher Education) - PPPM (PT), iCGPA has been developed as a mechanism for assessing and reporting student achievement. The iCGPA is an integrated mechanism of assessment, achievement reporting and student development that takes into account their ethics, knowledge and capabilities. This report shows the achievement of the desired attributes through the six student aspirations in the PPPM (PT) and the eight learning outcomes of the Malaysian Qualifications Framework. It is an integrated assessment system aimed at helping multiple stakeholders make decisions or plan step of improvement. The mechanism aims to drive development and alignment in the design, delivery and assessment of curriculum at the program and course levels to focus students' learning experiences on holistic and balanced human development.

Initiative Action Plan

Phase 1 (2015) - Leading the development of integrated assessment methods initiated by the pilot IPTs.
Phase 2 (2016-2020) - Launch and implement integrated assessment system.
Phase 3 (2021-2025) - Improve the integrated assessment framework across all public and private IPTs.

Public University iCGPA Report August 2016
Public University iCGPA Report (PDF)
Universiti Malaysia Pahang (UMP) Data
Universiti Malaysia Terengganu (UMT) Data
Universiti Teknologi Mara (UiTM) Data
Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM) Data
Universiti Malaysia Kelantan (UMK) Data
Public University iCGPA Report September 2016
Public University iCGPA Report (PDF)
Universiti Malaysia Pahang (UMP) Data
Universiti Malaysia Terengganu (UMT) Data
Universiti Teknologi Mara (UiTM) Data
Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM) Data
Universiti Malaysia Kelantan (UMK) Data
 

 

APEX Program

Introduction
The key approach needed to reach a world-class university is through the establishment of one or two Apex Universities. The university is a concept that preserves the existence of a national institution and become the nation's leading academic center.

Based on the experience of the world's best universities, Apex University will be given the flexibility to provide the need to place it in a world class position. LPU stand of caliber professionals have full governance authority. The LPU will carry out a rigorous selection process to select the best candidates to fill the Vice Chancellor and the university's top leadership. Apex University will also select students based on academic merit and other criteria holistically implemented included through the interview. However, the composition of the students should represent a variety of entities without compromising on academic qualifications.

Apex University will be a place to attract talented students and outstanding academics to stay at local IPTs

Purpose

The best leader

Apex University will be led by leaders with the following characteristics:
Excellent, insightful, passionate and committed to achieving the goals of excellence in the field of scholarship.
Talent management and administration to manage human resources and other university assets.
Excellent communicator who is fluent in English, high moral and integrity and acts as a spirit blower

The best faculty

Faculty should have the following features:

  • Talented academics and well-known scholars in various fields. Academics made up of locals and foreigners will create a healthy injection of global knowledge and great teaching as well as outstanding researchers in their respective fields.
  • Teaching techniques are always quality and relevant.
  • Their research is creative and innovative designed specifically for advancing research and expanding their knowledge.

Best student

Students selected for Apex University should be based on merit with non-compromising eligibility criteria and requirements. Features of students at Apex University are a must have:

  • High academic achievement is continuous and consistent throughout the course period
  • Good achievement through rigorous assessment
  • Excellent Local and foreign students

The best facilities

Apex University will be equipped with the latest and greatest facilities to enhance the learning and teaching process as well as encourage research and development.
The goal
One or two Apex Universities will be created within the 9th Plan period
Apex University will be given the autonomy to enable it to focus on becoming the best university

2u2i Programe

 

The Malaysian Education Development Plan 2015-2025 (Higher Education) (PPPM (PT)) has been designed to produce talented, skilled and knowledgeable graduates who are ready to meet 21st century challenges. In line with the 1st aspiration of PPPM (PT) in delivering holistic, balanced and entrepreneurial graduates, flexible education has been introduced through a 3 + 1 or 2 + 2 program taking into account off-campus or industry-based learning. 


The 2u2i academic program combines academic learning and real-time learning applications in the workplace. It enhances experiential learning that can be effectively explored off campus or in an industry where real work experience can be provided by relevant parties.  


In addition, the 2u2i academic program provides opportunities for graduates to learn and earn. Through the 2u2i academic program, graduates gain relevant industry experience in the field of study; thus bridging the gap between industry and graduate requirements created by IPTs. 

Active and constructive experience enhances the desired attributes of graduates, especially self-confidence, innovation and creativity, professionalism, and graduate communication skills. In addition, the functional skills of graduates such as critical thinking, problem solving, teamwork, social skills, emotional intelligence and consulting skills can be enhanced. Overall, the 2u2i academic program is capable of strengthening the cognitive, psychomotor and affective domains of graduates. 

All of these features will produce industry-aware and industry ready graduates that will further enhance the marketability of graduates. This aim is achieved through collaboration between HEIs and industry in designing and delivering 2u2i academic programs directly, structured and formal so that academic programs offered are always relevant, competitive and industry driven.  

The 2u2i brand is used to describe the mode of study in which Learning and Teaching takes place on and off campus in a variety of combinations such as 3u1i, 2u2i, 2u1i, and 1½u1i. The letter 'u' in 2u2i refers to the university in which the term is used to represent all IPTs including universities, colleges, polytechnics and community colleges. Whereas the letter 'i' refers to the industry in which learning takes place in the real world of work. On-campus and off-campus learning can be implemented in a variety of year-end combinations devoted to learning at IPTs such as 3+1 (3u1i), 2+2 (2u2i), 2+1 (2u1i), dan 1½+1 (1½u1i). 

Download the 2u2i Study Mode Implementation Guidelines

GAP YEAR

1.0 Introduction

The Gap Year Program has been announced to meet the 1st Malaysia Education Development Plan 2015 - 2025 (Higher Education) or PPPM (PT). The ultimate goal is to produce a holistic, balanced and entrepreneurial graduate. Gap Year is a program that is conducted for students in a time of self-reflection and self-discovery through volunteerism. Gap Year is designed with privileges that allow students to postpone their studies to carry out volunteer work planned with selected agencies..

2.0 GAP YEAR PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

            2.1 NATIONAL SERVICE GAP YEAR

                        The program will place students interested in the agencies of the uniformed bodies of the Royal Malaysian Police, the Malaysian Armed Forces (ATM) and the Malaysian Civil Defense Force (APM). The program is organized by two UAPs, the National University of Malaysia (UKM) and the University of Technology MARA (UiTM). Students may choose to volunteer at any of these agencies for one (1) academic year.

            2.2 VOLUNTEERISM GAP YEAR

            This program allows students to undertake volunteer activities for one (1) semester to one (1) academic year in accordance with the program offered by UAP with the participating agencies. In addition, students can choose the programs offered in the shorter term during the semester by applying for the Summer Volunteerism program. 

NO. UAP AGENCY PROGRAM TIME FRAME WEBSITE
1. UiTM APM APM Volunteers 1 Year Academic http://hep1.uitm.edu.my/v1/muat-turun/program-gap-year.html
2 UiTM ATM ATM Volunteers 1 Year Academic http://uitm.edu.my/index/php/en/l
3. UKM PDRM PDRM Volunteers 1 Year Academic http://www.ukm.my/ppma/news/4577/
4. UUM JKM Volunteer Smart Sharing UKM-JKM (PINTAS UKM-JKM) 3 month or 3 month + 1 semester http://hep.uum.edu.my
5. UTHM JKM JKM Volunteers 1 Year Academic http:/hep.uthm.edu.my/v3/index.php/en2/pusat-sumber/gapyear
6. USIM IRM Community Development Program 1 Year hep.usim.edu.my/gap-year-program
7. UniSZA JAKOA Menongkah Puncak : Orang Asli Empowerment of Education 3 month http://www.unisza.edu.my
8. UMT NADMA Mahasiswa @ Cakna : Disaster Volunteering 3 month or 3 month + 1 semester www.gapyear.umt.edu.my
9.. UPSI KPM & JPNP Tuisyen Bitara 3 - 6 Month http://www.uosi.edu.my/index.php/2016-06-29-02-43-27/program-gap-year/td>

                2.3 PUBLIC GAP YEAR           

               The program is open to students who wish to participate in general volunteer programs such as sports, entrepreneurship, skills development, tourism and other activities. Students' planned activities should meet the requirements set by their respective universities. The minimum duration of the program is one (1) semester and the maximum duration is one (1) academic calendar year. The program does not have a specific structure such as the National Service Gap Year or Volunteer Gap Year program. Students are free to choose programs that are useful and value addition skills. 

Application Form 

Gap Year Guidebook

 

AIMS

ASEAN INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS FOR MOBILITY (AIMS) PROGRAM

 ASEAN International Mobility Programme For Students (AIMS) Programs  formerly known as Malaysia – Indonesia – Thailand (M-I-T) was launched in 2010. The program is under initiative SEAMEO Regional Centre for Higher Education and Development (SEAMEO RIHED) and is governed by the Thai Government by involving student mobility and the transfer of credit between member countries. There are 10 Public Universities (UA) involved:

 

The AIMS program is seen as a platform that realizes the government's efforts to become an international education hub as outlined in Wave 8: Global Excellence; Malaysian Education Development Plan 2011-2025 (Higher Education). It enhances the capacity of IPTs as a student host while enhancing the overall quality of academic programs and expertise through the provision of quality academic services, services and offers to attract and enrich the experience of Malaysian students participating in the AIMS program abroad and international students participating in the program. AIMS in Malaysia.


As of 2017 Malaysia has sent 911 students overseas and 930 international students have come to Malaysia to participate in the AIMS program with funding sharing with the countries involved.

AIMS PROGRAM ACTIVITY REPORT 2017

The AIMS Malaysia program involves the acceptance and delivery of Malaysian and international students to AIMS member universities. Each year, the AIMS Malaysia program sends students to attend an outbound mobility program to AIMS member universities comprising universities in other member states such as Indonesia, Thailand, Philippines, Vietnam, Brunei, Japan and Korea. Student submissions will be made during the sessions of September 2017 and February 2018. The following is a report on the implementation of the AIMS outbound mobility program for all reference.

Outbound AIMS to Universitas Indonesia, IndonesiaOutbound AIMS to University of Tsubuka, JapanOutbound AIMS to Universitas Bina Nusantara, IndonesiaOutbound AIMS to Universitas Kristen Maranatha, Indonesia
AIMS Program 2017
Public Universities Activity Report (PDF)
Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM) Outbound AIMS to UKM
Universiti Utara Malaysia (UUM)

Outbound AIMS to Univeritas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia

Outbound AIMS to Universitas Indonesia, indonesia

Outbound AIMS to University of Tsukuba, Japan

Outbound AIMS to Universitas Bina Nusantara, Indonesia

Outbound AIMS to Universitas Kristen Maranatha, Indonesia

Universiti Malaysia Terengganu (UMT)

Outbound AIMS to Univeritas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Student Links
Application Links and Descriptions for Students
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Application for admission to public universities for SPM / equivalent and STPM / equivalent. This application is managed by the Division of IPTA Student Admission (BKPA, JPT)
Malaysian nationals residing overseas must register their name and address at the Malaysian representative office. Failure to do so may result in difficulty in obtaining assistance and protection in the event of an emergency. This failure may also result in the disqualification of Malaysian citizenship under article 25 (2) of the federal constitution.
The Ministry of Higher Education (KPT) invites qualified Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) and Sijil Tinggi Agama Malaysia (STAM) students to pursue Middle Eastern Studies (Egypt, Jordan and Morocco) in the Bachelor of Science Program in Medicine, Dentistry , Pharmacy and Islamic Studies.
Sponsorship-related portals and scholarship offers to eligible and outstanding candidates. This application is managed by the Scholarship Unit, Scholarship Division, JPT.
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