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School of Microelectronic Engineering (SoME), among the pioneer schools established in UniMAP, iscomprehensive institution, offering formative undergraduate degrees with research and design elements. Our undergraduate degrees provide the opportunity to gain knowledge and develop personal skills on an intensive high-quality programme at the cutting edge of technology. Our undergraduate degrees are offered based on demands from the industry and fulfilled the requirement of professional bodies. In SoME, creating the environment in which forefront teaching and learning process can flourish and highly demanded expertise can be produced is always our top priority. 



The School of Computer and Communication Engineering was established on 30th April 2002. The School of Computer and Communication Engineering adheres to the philosophy that emphasizes the importance of setting up Coppermine integration of knowledge, skills and practices that make the concept a true appreciation of science. The foundations of knowledge combined with good values of life that intellectual culture can be fostered and digested to form a way of life that is dynamic, progressive and civilized.



School of Mechatronic Engineering was established in 2003 to meet the nation growing needs of professionalsparticularly in the field of mechatronic, mechanical and biomedical electronics engineering. The academic curriculums are designed with balanced emphasis in both engineering sciences and practical elements. Additionally, the teaching and learning activities are conducted by embedding theoretical knowledge with suitable laboratory sessions supported by advanced equipments. This approach to engineering education will greatly benefit UniMAP students and ensuring them in keeping abreast with latest technological development.



The School of Electrical System Engineering was established in 2003 to meet the growing needs of professionals in the electric power industry, power electronic systems and electricity generation. The school currently offers Bachelor of Electrical Engineering with Honours. This programme is evaluated by the Engineering Accreditation Council (EAC) and has been accredited by the Board of Engineers Malaysia (BEM). This programme consist of fundamental courses in electrical and power engineering until the third year of studies, which provides a broad background in mathematics and computing, electric circuits and systems, analogue electronic circuits and components, digital systems, instrumentations, communications, electromagnetic, control, electrical system (generation, transmission & distribution) and power electronic. This programme also emphasizes on the major fields of power engineering, which includes electrical machines, power systems, and high voltage engineering. 



Initially, the School of Manufacturing Engineering, was established with the name of the School of Manufacturing System Engineering or in short form of PPKSP on March 1, 2003. The school’s new name was then proposed to School of Manufacturing Engineering and it has been approved officially by the Ministry of Higher Education dated October 30, 2004. Among the major justification for the changing the name of the school was due to the manufacturing engineering field is larger than the manufacturing systems engineering, or in other words, engineering manufacturing system is one aspect in the field of manufacturing engineering itself. In line with the development of a more rapidly growing industry and a key contributor to economic growth in Malaysia, the School of Manufacturing Engineering so far has offered two programs of study at Bachelor level, namely Bachelor of Engineering (Manufacturing Engineering) and Bachelor of Engineering (Product Design Engineering).



Materials Engineering, Metallurgical Engineering and Polymer Engineering is related to the structure and properties of materials that have engineering applications. Materials Engineer, Metallurgical Engineer and Polymer Engineer is responsible for designing, producing, inspecting and testing of engineering materials such as metal and its alloys, semiconductors, superconductors, ceramics, polymers, plastics and composites. All three programmes emphasize learning and practical courses in all courses offered. In accordance with the global demands of developing technologies and emerging inventions and innovations, a high need for professionals in Materials Engineering, Metallurgical Engineering and Polymer Engineering is required in various industries that operating on the advancement of research and development, manufacturing technology and production. Thus, these programs aim to produce human resources professional at the proficient and have strong knowledge in the field of Materials Engineering, Metallurgical Engineering and Polymer Engineering.



The School of Bioprocess Engineering (SBE) was first established in October 2005 after approval from the Ministry of Higher Education. The fields of Bioprocess Engineering and Biosystems Engineering play a significant role in industrialized countries. These programmes are evaluated by the Engineering Accreditation Council (EAC) and have been accredited by the Board of Engineers Malaysia (BEM) in respective fields. The curricula structures of  these programmes  are designed  to enhance student’s  theoretical knowledge, not only for the technical knowledge and critical skills but also equipped with the latest technological know-how and imbued with sound enterpreneurial attributes, thus  empowering  them  to  be  fully  functional word citizens.  In line with the forward-looking  principles emended within Industry 4.0 (I4.0),  such  as  the  Internet  of  Things  (IoT),  biotechnology, advanced  materials, nanotechnology  and geo engineering,  these  programmes  have been  tailored to  the  needs  of  today’s  fast-changing  global  and  local  landscapes.



The School of Environmental Engineering is the seventh engineering school in UniMAP and was established in January 2006 after approval from the Ministry of Higher Education in 2005. The school currently offers two undergraduate programs namely Bachelor of Environmental Engineering with Honours and Bachelor of Civil Engineering with Honours. These programs are evaluated by the Engineering Accreditation Council (EAC) and the programs have been accredited by the Board of Engineers Malaysia (BEM) in respective fields.



The Faculty of Engineering Technology (FEtech), UniMAP is established at Universiti Malaysia Perlis in 2013’s. Its establishment is in line with the objectives of the Technical University in Malaysia under the Malaysian Technical University Network (MTUN), which is to educate and train highly talented workforce to contribute to the advanced industrial countries, in addition to being a catalyst for national strategies to achieve high income nation status. Engineering Technology at UniMAP offer a unique area where that bridges the existing engineering field, which focuses on the theory and design of engineering applications. Engineering technology is a field that applies the knowledge of applied mathematics and science by learning theory and practical experience in the aaplication of engineering principles through advanced technology practices for public benefit. All engineering technology program at UniMAP employs teaching and learning in a practical oriented approach. 



The School of Business Innovation and Technopreneurship (PPIPT), Universiti Malaysia Perlis was officially established on June 4, 2010. The main objective of its establishment is to invigorate the knowledge acquiring process in the fields of business, economics and entrepreneurship across all departments in UniMAP. The establishment of PPIPT also aims to catalyse the development of entrepreneurship in Perlis. Since July 2009, PPIPT has been offering two bachelor degree programmes, namely the Bachelor of Business with Honours specialising in Engineering Entrepreneurship, and the Bachelor of Business with Honours specialising in International Business. The Engineering Entrepreneurship programme enables students to be directly involved in business organisations through its business incubator programme. They have the opportunity to develop valuable networking with entrepreneurs and business leaders through activities organised from time to time. In addition, the basic knowledge of engineering that encompasses various disciplines of engineering are also exposed in the programme. 



School of Human Development and Technocommunication (iKOM) is a faculty which has been upgraded from a Centre for Communication Technology and Human Development (PTKPI). In the year 2014, IKOM advanced forward as a faculty upon the approval of the Ministry of Education to offer a new program, the Bachelor of New Media Communications. It will also continue to serve as a Service Center that manages the university courses for UniMAP.



The Centre for International Languages (CIL) or Pusat Bahasa Antarabangsa, is formerly known as the Department of International Languages (DIL). Established on March 1, 2013, the Centre focuses on providing students and staff of Universiti Malaysia Perlis, and the community within its vicinity, with great opportunities to learn languages. CIL currently provides language courses which are a requirement for students enrolled in all UniMAP programmes, at both diploma and undergraduate degree levels. It caters to the needs of the ever-growing number of students who seek to be proficient not only in Bahasa Melayu and English, but also in a third language of their choice. Apart from Bahasa Melayu and English, other languages offered at CIL are Arabic, German, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin and Thai. CIL places priority in equipping UniMAP students with language skills and competencies which are imperative in this era of knowledge and innovation-based economy. In addition, through our language courses, we sharpen 21st century skills in our students and clients, in supporting and nurturing them to be enterprising individuals who will be able to contribute positively in the world of work. 



The Engineering Centre is located within Main Campus of UniMAP. It was established to manage laboratories and workshops which are vitally needed for various engineering programs offered by UniMAP. The teaching learning approach practiced in UniMAP is essentially based on practical-oriented; hence the use of labs cannot be over emphasized. Besides managing laboratories and workshop, the Engineering Centre also supports research and development activities in UniMAP. It also aspires to be a centre for designing and creating innovative engineering products. The Engineering Centre offers facilities for courses which require training and technical skills, parallel to industry standard. It also offers ‘teaching factory’ that is based on industries advanced technology, facilities and conducive environment for research and development activities and training for students and members of staff.



The Institute of Engineering Mathematics is a centre for planning and monitoring the curriculum  of Mathematics  and Statistics to all engineering, engineering technology and business programmes in UniMAP. It undertakes exemplary teaching and research across a number of disciplines. Each discipline explores opportunities to support and enhance our subjects, providing exciting interdisciplinary research and innovative approaches to teaching. Our areas of expertise cover Mathematics, Statistics, Mathematical Physics, Simulation and Operational Research. Our scientists are active in internationally recognised research across the disciplines, advancing knowledge in the established fields, alongside novel developments in emerging areas such as fuzzy modeling, computational intelligence applications, computational fluid dynamics and multi-characteristics quality control.



Centre for Industrial & Governmental Collaboration (CIGC) serves as the focal linkage between UniMAP, industries and government agencies. The centre’s main role is to administer overall processes associated to student industrial training, collaboration formalization and agreement. Additionally, the centre also organizes and coordinates university level programs to enhance employability among UniMAP graduates. In order to effectively perform its role, the centre is consistently exploring potential high-impact collaborations with industries and government agencies for academic, employability, research and development, internship and training programs.



The Department of Higher Education through a letter dated August 3rd, 2008 had instructed Co-curriculum Centres to be established at all Malaysian Public Institutions of Higher Education. The aim is to achieve the goal that had been outlined in the Country Higher Education Strategic Plan which is to strengthen the ‘learning outcomes’ through co-curriculum activities. UniMAP  Co-curriculum  Unit  was  established  in  the year 2002  and  was  placed  under  the  Centre for  Communication  Skills and Entrepreneurship. Then, on the 8th of June 2010 the Co-curriculum Centre had moved out from the Centre for Communication Skills and Entrepreneurship, and started operating at a new location at Taman Jejawi Utara.  On the 29th of July 2010, the establishment of Co-curriculum Centre was officially launched by the Honourable Dato’ Vice Chancellor of UniMAP.

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