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Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka (UTeM)
Bahagian Pengurusan Akademik
Pejabat Pendaftar
Karung Berkunci 1200, Ayer Keroh, 75450 Melaka
Tel: 06-233 2252 Fax:06-233 3307


Diploma Programmes for SPM students

Semester
Duration
Stream
1 Diploma in Electrical Engineering 6 Sciences & Technical
2 Diploma in Electronic Engineering 6 Sciences & Technical
3 Diploma in Information Technology S Communication 6 Sciences & Technical
4 Diploma in Mechanical Engineering 6 Sciences & Technical
5 Diploma in Manufacturing Engineering 6 Sciences & Technical

Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka (UTeM)
(Previously known as : Kolej Universiti Teknikal Kebangsaan Malaysia (KUTKM))

NO NAME OF QUALIFICATIONS  NEC FIELD (National Education Code)
1 Bachelor of Computer Science (Artificial Intelligence) 481 (Computer Science)
2 Bachelor of Computer Science (Artificial Intelligent) 481 (Computer Science)
3 Bachelor of Computer Science (Computer Networking) 481 (Computer Science)
4 Bachelor of Computer Science (Database Management) 481 (Computer Science)
5 Bachelor of Computer Science (Interactive Media) 481 (Computer Science)
6 Bachelor of Computer Science (Software Development) 481 (Computer Science)
7 Bachelor of Electrical Engineering (Control, Instrumentation & Automation) 522 (Electricity and Energy)
8 Bachelor of Electrical Engineering (Control, Instrumentation & Automation) 522 (Electricity and Energy)
9 Bachelor of Electrical Engineering (Industrial Power) 522 (Electricity and Energy)
10 Bachelor of Electrical Engineering (Industrial Power) 522 (Electricity and Energy)
11 Bachelor of Electrical Engineering (Power Electronic & Drive) 523 (Electronics and Automation)
12 Bachelor of Electrical Engineering (Power Electronics & Drives) 523 (Electronics and Automation)
13 Bachelor of Electronic Engineering (Computer Engineering) 523 (Electronics and Automation)
14 Bachelor of Electronic Engineering (Industrial Electronics) 523 (Electronics and Automation)
15 Bachelor of Electronic Engineering (Telecommunication Electronics) 523 (Electronics and Automation)
16 Bachelor of Electronics Engineering (Computer Engineering) 523 (Electronics and Automation)
17 Bachelor of Electronics Engineering (Industrial Electronics) 523 (Electronics and Automation)
18 Bachelor of Electronics Engineering (Telecommunication Electronics) 523 (Electronics and Automation)
19 Bachelor of Computer Science (Software Development)
Previously known as : Bachelor of Engineering Information and Communication Technology (Software Development)
481 (Computer Science)
20 Bachelor of Computer Science (Computer Networking)
Previously known as : Bachelor of Information and Communication Technology (Computer Networking)
481 (Computer Science)
21 Bachelor of Computer Science (Database Management)
Previously known as : Bachelor of Information and Communication Technology (Database Management)
481 (Computer Science)
22 Bachelor of Computer Science (Interactive Media)
Previously known as : Bachelor of Information and Communication Technology (Interactive Media)
481 (Computer Science)
23 Bachelor of Manufacturing Engineering (Engineering Materials) 521 (Mechanics and Metal Work)
24 Bachelor of Manufacturing Engineering (Manufacturing Design) 521 (Mechanics and Metal Work)
25 Bachelor of Manufacturing Engineering (Manufacturing Design) 521 (Mechanics and Metal Work)
26 Bachelor of Manufacturing Engineering (Manufacturing Management) 540 (Manufacturing and Processing (Broad Programmes))
27 Bachelor of Manufacturing Engineering (Manufacturing Process) 540 (Manufacturing and Processing (Broad Programmes))
28 Bachelor of Manufacturing Engineering (Manufacturing Processes) 540 (Manufacturing and Processing (Broad Programmes))
29 Bachelor of Manufacturing Engineering (Robotics & Automation) 523 (Electronics and Automation)
30 Bachelor of Manufacturing Engineering (Robotics & Automation) 523 (Electronics and Automation)
31 Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering (Automotive) 525 (Motor Vehicles, Ships and Aircraft)
32 Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering (Automotive) 525 (Motor Vehicles, Ships and Aircraft)
33 Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering (Design & Innovation) 521 (Mechanics and Metal Work)
34 Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering (Design & Innovation) 521 (Mechanics and Metal Work)
35 Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering (Structure & Material) 527 (Material Engineering)
36 Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering (Structure & Material) 521 (Mechanics and Metal Work)
37 Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering (Thermal Fluids) 521 (Mechanics and Metal Work)
38 Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering (Thermal-Fluids) 521 (Mechanics and Metal Work)
39 Bachelor of Mechatronic Engineering 523 (Electronics and Automation)
40 Diploma in Electrical Engineering 522 (Electricity and Energy)
41 Diploma in Electrical Engineering 522 (Electricity and Energy)
42 Diploma in Electronic Engineering 523 (Electronics and Automation)
43 Diploma in Electronics Engineering 523 (Electronics and Automation)
44 Diploma in Information and Communication Technology 481 (Computer Science)
45 Diploma in Information and Communication Technology 481 (Computer Science)
46 Diploma in Manufacturing Engineering 540 (Manufacturing and Processing (Broad Programmes))
47 Diploma in Manufacturing Engineering 540 (Manufacturing and Processing (Broad Programmes))
48 Diploma in Mechanical Engineering 521 (Mechanics and Metal Work)
49 Diploma in Mechanical Engineering 521 (Mechanics and Metal Work)

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 Teknikal Malaysia Melaka (UTeM)Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka (UTeM)


Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka (UTeM) was formerly known as Kolej Universiti Teknikal Kebangsaan Malaysia (KUTKM) and was established on 1 December 2000.  After the re-branding of KUTKM it is now known as UTeM commencing 1 February 2007.

Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka (UTeM) was formerly known as Kolej Universiti Teknikal Kebangsaan Malaysia (KUTKM) and was established on 1 December 2000. It was formed under Section 20 of the University and University College Act 1971 (Act 30) under the Orders of Kolej Universiti Teknikal Kebangsaan Malaysia (Incorporated) 2001, UTeM is the 14+h public university (IPTA) in Malaysia, It is a pioneer in the use of the "Practice and Application Oriented" teaching and learning method for technical education in Malaysia. This is in accordance with the government's decision to cater for the human resource needs of Malaysia's industries.

 

The university currently operates from two out of its three campuses, the Main Campus in Durian Tunggal and the industrial Campus in Ayer Keroh, Melaka. The 766-acre main campus is expected to be completed by 2010. Currently the Electrical Engineering Faculty, and the Electronics and Computer Engineering Faculty are in full operation in its main campus, The third campus, the City Campus will open in June and is located in the heart of Melaka City

 

UTeM has five faculties namely. Electrical Engineering, Electronic and Computer Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering, and Information and Communication Technologies, There are two academic centers, that is, being the Human Development and Language Centre (PBPI) and the University- Industry Centre (UNIC), The Institute  for Technology Management and Entrepreneurship was also established to offer post-graduate programmes on technology management, entrepreneurship and MBA programmes. The Graduate Study Centre was also established in order to coordinate the postgraduate study in UTeM

The university offers academic programmes at diploma, bachelor, master and PhD levels. The university aims to produce professionals who are not only highly qualified and technically competent but are also highly skillful and efficient.

Academic Strengths

The academic programmes offered by the university are conducted in a way where equal emphasis is given to the theoretical and practical aspects of the discipline. The teaching and learning approaches at the university are practice and application oriented and involves

Competency development Action-based learning Simulation of real situations and problems Solving industry related problems

UTeM admitted its first batch of 348 students on 10 June 2001 and by April 2007, it had a total enrolment of 5099 students.

> Teaching & Learning

UTeM provides various sophisticated facilities such as Lecture Halls, well-equipped laboratories such as Robotic & Automation Lab, Instrumentation Lab, Thermodynamics & Technology Lab, Multimedia Lab, Smart Lab, Language and Chemistry Lab, The Advanced Manufacturing Centre (AMC) which is a teaching factory, will be in operation at the end of the year.

> Accommodation

UTeM provides on-campus accommodation to about 3,600 of its students in three residential colleges. All residential colleges have complete facilities, Information on private residences available for rent is also available from newspapers and notice boards, Nearly all accommodation around UTeM e.g. Taman Tasik Utama and Taman Bukit Beruang, have three bedrooms and an attached bathroom. Monthly rental for such accommodation ranges from RM 250 to RM 800.

> Knowledge Infrastructure

UTeM provides a complete library filled with academic sources that students need. It operates everyday from 8.00am to 11.00pm on weekdays and from 8.00am to 4,30pm during weekends, The library is also open during the semester break on weekdays only from 8.00am to 4.30pm,

> Medical Care

All students are eligible for medical service at the students' clinic which operates from 8.15a. m. to 4.30p.m. daily. Health services are also available at appointed panel clinics within close proximity of the campuses.

> Food

There are a variety of cafes and restaurants nearby which operate from 8.00am to 6.00pm.

> Transportation

The university provides 16 buses for the use of its students and staff. These buses ferry students between hostels and campuses. Getting around Melaka by bus is easy and relatively cheap, Public transportation such as taxis and buses (Salira) operate from Melaka town (Melaka Central in Jalan Tun Razak) to UTeM.



Student Support Services and Student Development Activities

Activities

A student's life is not complete without activities and the opportunity to have fun with friends, Activities can aid students in building their mental and physical strength as well as social interaction skills. Students are encouraged to participate in:

Activities through clubs, societies, student elections and entrepreneurship, recreation & outdoor activities,

Religious activities coordinated by the Religious Unit of Student Affairs Office,

Various accredited culture-based programmes coordinated by the Cultural Unit of Student Affairs Office,

Career & Counseling Centre

Students may obtain guidance and information on further studies and career opportunities from the Counseling Unit at the Student Affairs Office, Students may attend various workshops which are organized by the Student Affairs Office such Resume Writing, Mock-Interviews and Career Talk.

Students may seek counseling service and guidance on personal or academic problems, The service is available daily from 8.00a.m. to 4,00p.m. For an appointment, please call 06-2332439 / 019- 6557568.

Student Clubs & Societies

Student Representative Council (MPP) As a liaison with UTEM Management and to assist in social service for student activities

Clubs

Kesenian dan Budaya, Usahawan & Teknokrat, Perpaduan, Persa+uan Sekretariat Rakan Muda, Taekwando, Seni Silat Gayong, Martial Art, etc.

Co-Curriculum

Kompang, Gamelan, Cak Lempong, Art, Nasyid, etc.

 

Scholarships / Financial Aid Scholarships

Students that meet the requirements set for the scholarships can apply from the Ministry of Education Malaysia, Public Service Department and the State Foundation in every state. Generally the requirements are as below:

Malaysian citizen <?

Applicants must be under the age of 36 as of July 2004

Applications are only applicable for listed courses

A credit in English (SPM) or Band 3 and above (MUET)

A CGPA of at least 2.75 (Matriculation Studies) and 3.0 (Polytechnic)

Interested and have the potential to become educators

Excellent health

 

Education Loans Students may apply for Perbadanan Tabung Penclidikan Tinggi Nasioncil (PTPTN) using the application form provided by the Student Affairs Office, Every application should be sent through the Student Affairs Office. Applications, which are sent personally will not be entertained by PTPTN. Generally the requirements are as below:

Malaysian citizen

SPM or its equivalent

Obtained a pass in the 'mean test which is conducted to evaluate applicants' family financial strength

Currently not under any sponsorship

Full time first-degree or diploma in Public or Private Institutions of Higher Learning (IPTA and IPTS). Applications from students of private higher institutions of learning will only be considered if they are pursuing courses that are certified by the Private Education Department.

The loan rate will be based on parents' / guardians' monthly income compared to the current PTPTN budget.

Current loan rate according to parents' / guardians' monthly income:

RM 4,001 and above (fee rate)

RM 2,001 - RM 4.000 (half rate)

RM 2,000 and below (full rate)

 

Industrial Placement

University Industry Centre (UNIC) is responsible for the coordination for the Industrial Placement Programmes for all Academic Faculties in UTeM. Industrial placement is a compulsory component for all degree and diploma programmes at UTeM. The experience and skills acquired during the placement period can be invaluable and advantageous to our students when applying for employment after graduation.

Objectives

To acquaint students with a real-life working environment

To provide opportunities for students to apply knowledge learnt

To provide opportunities for students to learn new skills and be aware of current technologies

To instill the right work attitude and professionalism

To establish strong relationships with industries To provide opportunities for organizations to assess students as prospective employees

To allow organizations to consider offering projects as students' final year projects

Duration Bachelor Programmes - 20 weeks

Diploma Programmes --10 weeks

Industrial Visits

The objective of industrial visits is to ensure that the work undertaken by a student is appropriate and that the student is making an effective contribution towards the organization,  

The visit is conducted twice for degree programmes (once at the beginning and another towards the end of the attachment) and once for diploma programmes,

The University will inform the company in writing prior to the visit, The company should inform the students and make arrangements for discussions between the visiting lecturer (s) with the students and the industrial supervisors during the visit,

Research & Development (R&D)

One of the functions of UNIC is to manage all research and development R&D activities at UTeM. UTeM focuses on application research that is industrial-based. The centre coordinates all grant applications to the Ministry of Sciences, Technology and Innovation (MOSTI) and the Ministry of Higher Education under the following schemes:

(A) Intensification of research in priority area (IRPA)

(B) Industry Grant Scheme (IGS)

(C) Multi Media Super Corridor Grant Scheme (MGS)

(D) Demonstrator Application Grant Scheme (DAGS),

and (E) Fundamental Research Grant

Research and development with the industry will be carried out using a smart-partnership and strategic alliance approach. For more information on research activities, please contact us at Tel: 06-233 2486, Fax: 06-233 2476

Consultancy

UNIC is responsible for managing all consultancy activities of the University,

Drawing on the expertise and resources of the Academic Faculties, we facilitate the commercial interaction between UTEM and external clients by providing services that include:


Technical expertise and advice

Project Management

Contract Research and Development

Collaborative research projects

Short courses

Customized in-house training programmes

Professional & Continuing Education

Material Testing

We welcome the opportunity to discuss the University's expertise and how it can benefit your business. For any enquires please contact us at +606-2332472 or fax at +606-2332476.

Language Requirement

The medium of instruction and research for the programmes are in English and Bahasa Melayu (Malay Language). Most of the reference materials in the library are in English,

International students must pass TOEFL (minimum score 500) or IELTS (minimum score of 5.5). Candidates without the minimum score requirements may still apply but will be required to sit for the Malaysian University English Test (MUET).

Admission Process of International Students

For general enquiries and admission into UTeM's academic programmes, please direct your inquiries to;

Director

Public And Corporate Relations Division (BPAK) Tel: 606-233 2262 Fax: 606-233 2321 Email: bpak@utem.edu.my

Recognition o Achievements

UTeM has received recognition and numerous awards locally and internationally for its achievements such as :

AN Intelligent Robot System (iBOT)

Bronze Medal in Expo Science, Technology and Innovation 2004, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Aini (Artificial Intelligent Neural-network Identity)

First Malaysian Robotic Interactive Programme recorded in the Malaysia Book of Records

Best of the New Innovation Award at NCI 2004, Switzerland

Best Individual Inventor Award Jlll

Gold Medal, MINDS 2004 Awards at ITEX' 04, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Air Pressure Plug

34th International Exhibition of Inventions New Techniques & Products, Geneva

Gold Medal at ITEX'05. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Coconut Fibers Hybrid Composite Armour

35th International Exhibition of Inventions, New Techniques & Products.


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