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Ahmad Ibrahim Kulliyyah Of Laws

 

The Kulliyyah of Laws was one of the two Kulliyyahs formed at the inception of the International Islamic University Malaysia in 1983.

The Kulliyyah started with 3 teaching staff and the first batch of undergraduate students of 59. The first programme offered was Bachelor of Laws (LL.B)(Honours). In 1986, the Kulliyyah started its Master of Comparative Laws (MCL) adn Ph.D programmes. In 1989, the double degree programme LL.B (Shari'ah)(Honours) was launched.

In 2000, the Kulliyyah was proclaimed as Ahmad Ibrahim Kulliyyah of Laws, in honour of the late Emeritus Professor Tan Sri Ahmad bin Mohamed Ibrahim, the founding father of the Kulliyyah.

Centre for Languages and Pre-University Academic Development (CELPAD)

The Centre for Languages (CfL) was established in July 1983 together with the Centre for Fundamental Knowledge, Kulliyyah of Economics and Kullliyyah of Laws.

In May 1993, the Centre for Languages was renamed the Centre for Languages and Pre-University Academic Development to shoulder the responsibility of implementing a new system in language teaching and learning at the IIUM.

Kulliyyah of Economics and Management Sciences

IIUM is a comprehensive university that offers academic programs in an integrated approach. The Kulliyyah (Faculty) of Economics and Management Sciences (KENMS) was one of the first two faculties to be established when the International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM) began operations in 1983. In line with the University’s vision and mission statements, it equips students with the knowledge and skills they need to face in our increasingly challenging world by integrating conventional economics, accounting, business and banking and finance education with Islamic guidance.

There are currently four departments within the Kulliyyah – the Department of Economics, the Department of Accounting, the Department of Business Administration and Department of Finance. At the beginning, the Kulliyyah offered only one undergraduate program in Economics. Due to increasing demand on integrated education, the Kulliyyah of Economics and Management Sciences expanded its undergraduate studies and initiated its first postgraduate program with the Master of Economics in 1988. At present, it offers undergraduate programs and seven postgraduate programs to more than 3000 students. The Kulliyyah hires highly qualified local and international academic staff with outstanding track record not only in teaching but also in research and publications.

The Kulliyyah is also proud of its state-of-the-art multimedia laboratories, presentation laboratories, and operating system and research laboratory, a general computing laboratory, an Internet application laboratory and a numerical and analysis laboratory. Classrooms are equipped with multimedia systems to enhance students’ learning process. There is also a resource center-for undergraduate and graduate students- which serve as a mini library for individual and group studies. It has a good collection of government and company reports and Islamic economics, finance, business and accounting literature. The Kulliyyah seeks to prepare students with the necessary knowledge and Islamic values to face the increasingly challenging world. English is the medium of instruction for all its programs. It offers students the unique opportunity of integrating conventional and professional knowledge with revealed knowledge in all fields of studies. The Kulliyyah is now well recognized, having faculty members of eminence in various specializations. There are currently four academic departments within the Kulliyyah:

* Department of Economics
* Department of Business Administration
* Department of Accounting
* Department of Finance.

Kulliyyah of Architecture and Enviromental Design

The Kulliyyah of Architecture and Environmental Design (KAED) was established on the 1st June 1996 to fulfill the need for professional in the built environment. The Kulliyyah offers unique programes geared towards intergrating Islamic values and the tawhidic educational approach in the built environment profession.

KAED aims at pioneering the integration of the Islamic World View into both teaching and training of emerging professionals within the built environment professions by applying the tawhidic educational approach. This will not only produce graduates who will fulfill the general requirements of the built environment industry, but who will also become competent in Research and Development (R & D) activities

Kulliyyah of Information and Communcation Technology

The Kulliyyah of Information and Communication Technology (KICT) was established in November 2001. From that moment, KICT has made necessary moves to realize its vision, which is to produce knowledge workers equipped with ICT skills and knowledge ('Ilm) and the Consciousness of God (Taqwa).

 

This Kulliyyah is the combination of the Department of Information Systems, Department of Computer Sciences  and Department of Library and Information Science. All programmes in the Kulliyyah are designed for integration of Islamic knowledge and ICT.

The Kulliyyah has the mission to promote collaboration with other universities and industries, both nationally and internationally, in teaching, learning, research and consultancy, to establish a center of excellence for each department in KICT, and to advance research and development in creating value-based information system.

KICT also aspires to initiate and develop more rigorous programmes in the area of information and communication technology. It places a great emphasis on providing excellent programmes and teaching resources in order to enhance the quality of learning and research. It is expected that students will find a unique set of opportunities available to study for both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.

 

 

Kulliyyah of Engineering

With the vision to be a "World Class Centre of Engineering Education and Research with Values and Ethics", the Kulliyyah of Engineering provides quality engineering education in fundamental and specialized fields, as well as providing our students with a broad base in management, ethics, and humanities so that they graduate prepared to serve the emerging needs of our society.

The Kulliyyah offers an integrated and comprehensive education while incorporating the Islamic concept of tawhid, teaching students to unify the spiritual and physical aspects of life into a harmonious continuity. Besides being professionally qualified and competent, our graduates will acquire spiritual, intellectual, moral and ethical characteristics, and develop a harmonious relationship with Allah (the creator), their fellow human beings and their natural environment.

Kulliyyah of Islamic Revealed Knowledge and Human Sciences

  • The Kulliyyah of Islamic Revealed Knowledge and Human Sciences was established in 1990.

  • It is now the largest faculty in the University, with over 4,000 students and some 250 full-time academic staff.

  • Its formation represents a drive to integrate Human Sciences and Revealed Knowledge disciplines.

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Kulliyyah of Allied Health Sciences

The field of medicine has given rise to the concept of health which encompasses all aspects of social sciences, behavioral sciences and environmental sciences with emphasis on the of the disease and the patient. This form of health concept concentrates not only on those suffering from the diseases or ailments but also on those who are healthy.

Based on this advancement, IIUM has developed a new strategy in the teaching of the Health Sciences namely in programmes of Audiology and Speech –Language Pathology, Biomedical Sciences, Diagnostic Imaging and Radiotherapy,  Nutrition Sciences, Optometry and Visual Sciences, and Physical Rehabilitation Sciences.

 

Institute of Education

 
The Institute of Education (INSTED) is one of Malaysia's top education schools, delivering a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses in areas such as Islamic Education, Quranic Education, Arabic Language, English Language, Educational Psychology, Educational Administration, Educational Management, Counseling, Moral Education and Instructional Technology.
 
INSTED strives for educational excellence by bridging the gap between educational theory and practice, and to inspire its students to develop lifelong learning skills and practical knowledge that will significantly enhance their future career and quality of life. Many of its graduates have gone on to occupy a wide range of leading roles.

 

 

Kulliyyah of Medicine

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International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM) has embarked on the teaching of medicine through the formation of a Kulliyyah of Medicine in 1995. The Kulliyyah of Medicine envisions being the esteemed centre producing highly motivated and accomplished doctors practicing holistic medicine that will enable them to lead the medical profession and to influence the medical practice worldwide.

The Kulliyyah has over 120 full time highly qualified academic staff. They are recognized as specialists and sub-specialists in many clinical specialties nationally. Many sit in conjoint boards or specialty boards and in the very near future this will further be expanded and enhanced with increase in both the number and types of expertise.

Kulliyyah of Nursing

The Kulliyyah of Nursing admitted its first batch of students to its undergraduate degree programme in June 2004, at the beginning of the 2004/2005 academic year. It was established in response to increasing recognition of the need for Malaysian nurses to have a sound academic foundation upon which to base their clinical practice.

Nurses play an important role in the patient care both in the government and private hospitals and they are essential personnel in the healthcare services. Currently, there is shortage of nurses in the country and the government health services. It is hoped that this programme will improve the situation and thereby consolidate the health services in Malaysia.

Kulliyyah of Science

 

Kulliyyah of Science (KoS) was founded in 2000 and was located at the Kulliyyah of Islamic Revealed Knowledge building before moving to parts of the Kulliyyah of Engineering in INTERNATIONAL ISLAMIC UNIVERSITY MALAYSIA (IIUM), Gombak Campus. The Kulliyyah is currently headed by the Dean, Prof. Dr. Kamaruzzaman Yunus.

On 1st Dec 2006, KoS started its operation at the new premises in IIUM Kuantan Campus. About 250 kilometres away from Kuala Lumpur and 1,000 acres of a virtual garden nestled within a valley surrounded by thick forest. Currently, Kulliyyah of Science has three departments and one Institute i.e. Department of Biomedical Science, Department of Biotechnology, Department of Computational and Theoretical Sciences (CTS) and Institute of Oceonography and Maritime (INOCEM).

 

Kulliyyah of Pharmacy

The Ministry of Education Malaysia approved the establishment of the Pharmacy program on the 1st August 2000. The proposal to establish the Bachelor of Pharmacy with Honours program is in line with the aspirations of the long term development of the Indera Mahkota Campus, IIUM, Kuantan.

The Kulliyyah of Pharmacy accepted its first 45 students in June, 2002. They successfully graduated in 2006. In July 2009 the Kulliyyah of Pharmacy moved to her designated building. This building has the maximum capacity of accepting 150 undergraduate students annually.

The pharmacy program will be able to produce professionals in this discipline who can fulfil the requirements of Malaysia in particular, and Muslim countries in general. It is hoped that the graduates would be able to handle all problems related to drugs and their usage, and further develop the pharmaceutical industry and related technology.

Kulliyyah of Dentistry

Approved in 2006, the Kulliyyah of Dentistry began in 2007 with the Founding Dean, YBhg Maj Gen (R) Dato’ Paduka Prof Dr Haji Mohamad Termidzi Hj Junaidi, an administrative officer, three administrative staff, a few trainee lecturers and three expatriate lecturers in a two storey building that the Kulliyyah of Sciences graciously allowed us to utilize.

The pioneer intake began with fifty one students. The Kulliyyah already have 6 batches of students and the first batch was graduated on October 2012.

The Kulliyyah's is achieving its mission to be a Kulliyyah that is dedicated to a culture of excellence in its academia and treatment services, utilizing contemporary techniques and modern equipment, training and producing dental professionals with leadership qualities imbued in Islamic values.

The Kuliyyah acknowledged as a Mecca of lifelong dental learning, research and education.

Kulliyyah of Languages and Management

 

Centre

Centre for Postgraduate Studies (CPS)

 

WELCOME TO CENTRE FOR POSTGRADUATE STUDIES, IIUM

The quest for quality postgraduate research-oriented academic programmes was the impetus to the establishment of the Centre for Postgraduate Studies (CPS) on July 1, 2000. After making a mark of passing 10 years of serving the postgraduate community of the university, the CPS aspires to be at the forefront of graduate academic advancement, premised on a global outlook and integration of knowledge.

It is our ardent hope that this website will assist you in getting the right and correct information about postgraduate matters. Please do contact us if you have any suggestion to improve this website as well as to improve our overall services.     

 

Centre for Foundation Studies (CFS)

The Centre for Foundation Studies (formerly known as Matriculation Centre) is a specially designed Centre to accommodate and prepare students for entrance to degree programmes offered at the Universitiy. Centre for Foundation Studies established in July 1985, Since then, it has undergone a lot of developments in order to transform IIUM into a garden of knowledge. Its infrastructure has been upgraded without neglecting the advancement of academic competitiveness in the ever-challenging IT-dominated educational sector. With approximately 8000 students every semester, the Centre for Foundation Studies is becoming a highly sought after place especially for SPM holders seeking to pursue their studies at institutions of higher learning. The number of applicants is expected to increase every year. Given this scenario, promotion plays a significant role in recruiting “the cream of the crop” from among the best candidates at every enrolment and introducing IIUM as a centre of excellence in the field of education. So far, IIUM has adopted several methods in promoting the Centre such as distributing pamphlets, handing out information to the public, briefings and conducting exhibitions with central agencies such as the Ministry of Higher Education.

Centre for Professional Development (CPD)

 The Centre for Professional Development (CPD), IIUM was established in 2006. It was formerly known as Centre for Educational Technology (CET) and was under the administration of Institute of Education (INSTED). The Centre conducts seminars, workshops and courses related to teaching and learning, and is responsible for the Basic Teaching Methodology Course (BTMC) for IIUM's academic staff. CPD also provides audio-visual services to the University community.

Research Management Centre (RMC)

The Research Management Centre of the International Islamic University Malaysia is responsible for the promotion and coordination of research activities of the University. We aim to become a leading reference international centre to promote research which seeks to restore the dynamics and progressive role of the Muslim Ummah in all branches of knowledge.

Centre for University Social Responsibility (CENSERVE)

The International Islamic University’s long tradition of active engagement with the community stretched backmore than two decades. In 1995, the Centre for Community Service and Continuing Education, CENSERVE, was established and has been successful in training students to run community service projects both locally and at international level. Now, after 15 years, CENSERVE emerges as the Centre for University Social Responsibility with bigger roles to play. It is entrusted to administer community service activities done by both students and staff and acts as the clearing house of community service opportunities and information. (Read More)

 

 

IIUM Graduate School of Management (IIUMGSM)

The IIUM Graduate School of Management (formerly known as Management Centre), which is part of the Kulliyyah of Economics and Management Sciences, was set up in 1993. The School, through its programmes, aims to focus on the need for a well-balanced and holistic approach to management. Recognising the importance of networking in a global environment, the School is initiating smart partnerships and strategic alliances globally that will complement our role and generate mutually beneficial activities with schools and centres of excellence within and beyond ASEAN. The School believes such an effort will contribute to the development of a new generation of business leaders who are technically and morally competent to take up challenges of the information age.

Harun M. Hashim Law Centre (HMHLC)

 

 


Level 2,  Ahmad Ibrahim Kulliyyah of Laws
International Islamic University Malaysia
Jalan Gombak, 53100 Kuala Lumpur
Malaysia

 

 

Advanced Engineering & Innovation Centre (AEIC)

The Advanced Engineering and Innovation Centre (AEIC), International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM) is the interface between engineering and technological resources of the university with members of the community in the industrial as well as academic worlds. Its synergistic working relationships make AEIC a storehouse of expertise and resources in the fields of engineering and applied sciences

The AEIC looks forward to serve the community through its services and to work together in partnership or other arrangements with interested parties in projects that bring mutual beneficial to the community at large.

 

 

Centre for Built Environment (CBE)

The Centre for Built Environment (CBE) at the Kulliyyah of Architecture and Environmental Design was established in line with Malaysia's vision 2020 and IIUM's objective to excel in education, research and consultancy. CBE was founded upon the needs to create a venue for promotion of knowledge in the field of built environment

In the age of globalization and technological innovation, the centre offers innovative technologies and expertise in the field of Architecture, Urban and Regional Planning, Landscape Architecture, Quantify Surveying, Building Technology & Engineering Applied arts & Design.

Centre for Teaching and Learning (CTL)

Centre for Teaching and Learning (CTL)

The knowledge-based economy (K-Economy) is becoming a predominant feature of the world’s economy including Malaysia.  Hence, the knowledge workers will become an integral and a necessary requirement for the growth and expansion of the economy.  It has been predicted that at least 40 percent of the Malaysian workforce will eventually be knowledge workers. Knowledge and skills that are acquired during the formal school years become obsolete rapidly and workers need to be retooled ever so often in order to be relevant. Globalization and the K-Economy have made life long learning a necessity.

Established in April 2005, the Centre for Teaching and Learning (CTL) will play a vital role in assisting the nation in offering services that will be essential for producing well-trained and up-to-date knowledge workers in the areas of training, education and human resource development at any point of their life.  The CTL will provide an opportunity of life long learning for any individuals who seek to improve their knowledge, skills and personality. The setting up of the CTL will also be in response to the sunnah of the Prophet Muhammad S.A.W, who called for his Ummah “to seek learning from the cradle to the grave”.

Centre for Teaching and Learning (CTL), IIUM aims to provide the excellent academic programs, research and consultancies, training and broadcasting production in the region and the Muslim world. This plan seeks to generate a significant increase in centre profit and quality of higher education towards all level groups of society in Malaysia.

Breast Centre

 

The IIUM Breast Centre was set up in April 2004, as a Strategic Business Unit (SBU) of the International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM), under the Kulliyyah of Medicine. Its core business is to offer comprehensive breast imaging to women in the community on a self-referral basis. This is in view of the increasing incidence of breast cancer in the country, and the late stage at which the disease presents in the country, thus affecting treatment response and prognosis.

Breast cancer is the most common cancer amongst Malaysian women, and the main cause of  cancer deaths. Many women in Malaysia are not aware of the potential benefits of mammography in the early detection of breast cancer, and breast health awareness needs to be increased through public education.

Centre for IT Advancement (CITA)

 

Centre for IT Advancement (CITA) was established in October 2004 at the Kulliyyah of Information and  Communication  Technology  (KICT). Services offered by CITA are therefore further extension to the functions of the Kulliyyah; providing the complete range of educational courses in ICT, including professional certification.

CITA is a Professional Services Center delivering Business and Management Consultancy Services, Project Management Services, Executive Programs ranging from Certification to Masters Degree, Professional Certification  and On-line Programs for corporate executives, professionals and students worldwide.

CITA recognizes the need for continuing education and professional development programs in IT not only for students but also corporate employees, adult professionals, and the general public. We have certified and experienced consultants and instructors, who understand these needs and could meet the demand for new skills and enhancements.
 
CITA offers executive Masters Programs, Postgraduate Diploma and Certification programs in Protective Security Management  in collaboration with the Chief Government Security Office (CGSO) in the Prime Minister's Department in Putrajaya. CITA also will offer the Executive Masters Program in Information Technology in partnership with the IIUM Kuliyyah of ICT. The Center also offers more than 50 professional certifications ,training programmes and short courses annually.

With the strategic partnership with the Chief Government Security Office (CGSO) , CITA has jointly developed the human capital development program delivering certification programs for all security personnels throughout Malaysia.

Natural Medicinal Product Centre (NMPC)

 

The Natural Medicinal Products Centre (NMPC) at the Kulliyyah of Pharmacy is established in line with the government's commitment to develop R&D and business in natural medicinal products sector. The centre aims to meet the requests and needs from the local industry to assist in the development of natural products for commercial purposes.

With well-equipped laboratories and specialised instruments, as well as the centre's experts team in basic scientific, pharmaceutical and pharmacological research, the centre has been able to offer quality research, services, courses and consultation to the industry and individuals involved in natural products research that can foster the industry and improve the standards of our local natural medicinal products.

Centre for Human Development and Applied Social Sciences (CERDAS)

The Centre for Human Development and Applied Social Sciences (CERDAS), established in 2008, is the strategic business unit for the Kulliyyah of Islamic Revealed Knowledge and Human Sciences (KIRKHS). It aspires to be the leading centre of excellence in human development through the advancement of various disciplines of Islamic learning, such as Islamic jurisprudence, social and cultural studies, Islamic laws etc., through applications of these disciplines into conventional studies of Human Sciences. It provides opportunities to members of the public to pursue higher education for professional and personal intellectual enrichment, and experience the university's effort at Islamicising and integrating the social sciences and Islamic studies.

Fertility Centre

The International Islamic University Malaysia Fertility Centre (IIUM FC) was established on the 22nd of April, 2004 to provide Intrauterine Insemination (IUI) for infertile couples. This centre started its first case of In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) on the 15th of June, 2009.

IIUM FC has 2 separate areas of operations. The first is the IUI Clinic, situated at the International Islamic University Malaysia Jalan Hospital Campus (JHC). The other is the IVF Centre, situated at the International Islamic University Malaysia Indera Mahkota Campus (IMC). Both these centres are located in Kuantan, Pahang.

Sports and Recreational Centre

 

 

 

In 1991, the roles of Sports unit was more demanding when IIUM in-directly involved with World University Sports Federation (FISU), Asean University Sports Federation (AUSF) and Asean University Sports Council (AUSC).



For the past seven years, the nomenclature of IIUM Sports Centre has evolved as follows:-

* 2000 until 2001 - Sports, Recreational and Martial Arts Department.
* 2002 – Sports Department, Student Affairs Division.
* 2003 – Sports Unit, Operational Services, Student Development and Co-curricular Division
* 2004 until July 2007 – Sports Centre, Student Development Division.
* July 2007 – present – Sports and Recreational Centre

 

Counseling Services Centre

 

 

 

Entrepreneurship Development Centre

 Entrepreneurship Unit (formerly known as Entrepreneurship and Management Unit) has been established under the Student Development Division since 2004. The Majlis Meeting No.98 which was held on 28thOctober 2010 had approved the establishment of Entrepreneurship Development Centre (EDC) in order to coordinate and manage activities as well as to conduct entrepreneurship-related academic programs.

International Centre for the Alliance of Civilisations (INTAC)

The establishment of the International Centre for the Alliance of Civilisations (INTAC) was approved in a Special IIUM Majlis Meeting dated 23 November 2012. INTAC is under the purview of the Honorable Rector.

 

 

Division

Academic Management and Admissions Division

 The Academic Management and Admission Division (AMAD) was formerly known as Admissions and Records Division (A&R). The change took effect after its new section named as Academic Development and Quality Compliance (ADQC) was established on 30th September 2011. The ADQC serves as the Secretariat to the University Senate Meetings and other Senate Sub-Committee meetings; and plays the role as an advisor on the University policies. ADQC is also responsible for:

  • Organizing Senate Meeting, Post Senate Meeting, Accreditation Board Meeting and the Graduation and Awards (Undergraduate) Meeting
  • Advising the Kulliyyah/School/Faculty/Institute/Centre in the preparation of proposals for new programmes, and review of existing programmes, especially with regard Malaysian Quality Framework
  • Facilitating the documentation of new or reviewed programme proposals prior to their submission to the Senate
  • Ensuring all academic programmes meet the standard of the Malaysian Qualifications Framework (MQF) and relevant professional bodies
  • Ensuring that documentation complies with the requirements of Malaysian Qualification Agency (MQA) and/or Jabatan Pengajian Tinggi (JPT)

             The undergraduate student is dealt with by another section of AMAD i.e. Admission & Records Section. It serves as the first point of access to the University for new students as well as the general public. Students may apply on-line or in person at the AMAD office counter. Participates in the local promotion of the University. It involves in the Karnival Pengajian Tinggi Negara (KPTN) every year and also conducts promotional talks at secondary schools such as Sekolah Berprestasi Tinggi(SBT) and schools within 50km of the University as part of its Community Service Responsibility (CSR). The section also handles course registration, change of offer and programme, examination and graduation requirements.

             AMAD aims to excel in managing undergraduate academic activities responding to the diverse educational needs of the Muslim Ummah. It collaborates with the Kulliyyahs and academic centres, and is actively involved in planning, implementing and monitoring academic policies and procedures of the University.

             AMAD is committed to excellence and innovation in the management of academic administration activities by internalizing the spirit of the Garden of Knowledge and Virtue. As part of this commitment, AMAD is dedicated to support student-centered learning environment, and values its constituency and the diversity of the ideas, contributions and achievements.

Student Services Division

HISTORY

Student Affairs Division was formerly known as Academic and Student Affairs Division. (ASAD). The office of ASAD was responsible on both student’s academic and student affairs. The Student Affairs Division which was established in 1990 only concentrates on its core business, ie. Student Affairs. The Student Affairs Division (STAF) consists of four departments namely Student and Administrative Services Department, Mahallah Administration and Coordination Department and Counseling Services Department. The Division is under the purview of Office & Deputy Rector Student and Alumni Affairs.

Student Affairs and Development Division

 
Merging of Student Services Division and Student Development Division as Student Affairs and Development Division  to serve as ONE STOP CENTRE for student services and to pull together resources to provide better service to the students.The division is under the purview of Office & Deputy Rector Student and Alumni Affairs.
 
 
 
 
 
 

International Affairs Division

The International Affairs Division was officially established in April 2003. Through the establishment of IAD, it is hoped that more attention and focus can be given to matters related to the international students of IIUM. Hence, conducive environment for them to excel in their study can be provided and they will return to their countries as ambassadors of IIUM in promoting its vision to " restore the dynamic and progressive role of the Muslim ummah in all branches of knowledge."

The sole responsibility of the International Affairs Division (IAD) is to cater for the well-being of the International students such as applying and renewal of visa, organizing programmes and providing services such as air ticket for grandaunt and recommendation for living off campus for existing students.

Information Technology Division

 

ITD is currently a division within the International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM) created to consolidate efforts in providing IT services to the campus community. It is envisioned that this unit will evolve into an entity to undertake IT projects on a turnkey basis.

In this respect, ITD has a role as a service provider to all Kulliyyahs/Divisions/Centres in IIUM. ITD will identify, plan and implement IT projects as well as support and maintain its operations on behalf of the users.

In implementing the projects, ITD will study the requirements, design and specify the scope of work, supervise and manage the projects on behalf of the users, test and commission the system, train and support the users, and provide the maintenance. In some cases where, interfacing between systems is required or where a specific application is required, ITD support personnel will develop the application themselves.

As a part of an institution of higher learning, ITD, by accepting these roles, will play a major role in enhancing the image of IIUM in this country and the world.

Management Services Division

Manage Strategically to Deliver is the slogan of this Division which is responsible for three core areas of the university's administration namely Human Resource , Safety and Health.
In line with that slogan, this Webportal has been designed to deliver fast, reliable and accurate information regarding the services offered by the Division. The contents of this Webportal are being updated where applicable to ensure that all MSD's customers are kept well informed. Thus, I welcome all customers to provide feedback for the continual improvement of the Division in delivering quality services to the customers.

Dato' Haji. Wan Mohd Hilmi Wan Kamal
Executive Director 

Development Division


The Development Division was established in 1988 and began its operation at International Islamic University Malaysia, PetalingJaya Campus.

The office was shifted to Gombak Campus in 1994 and located at the site office before it moved to the main office at Gombak Campus.

The main functions of the Development Division, among others, are to manage the physical development and facilities management of IIUM Campus.

 

  

Finance Division

The Finance Division was established to manage the financial affairs of the University. Headed by Dato' Hj. Ahmad Zailan Shaari as the Executive Finance Director. The Finance Division has 43 staff who amongst other thing handles Account & Investment, Payroll, Payments, Loans, Contracts & Supplies, Budget and Bursary .

The Finance Division is striving for a Total Quality Management and to adapt the approach of a learning organization in our way for excellence

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Alumni and Career Services Division

Introduction

Since the foundation of the university in 1983, IIUM has been seriously striving towards producing fully functioning insan who will serve as agent of change. Efforts to market the students have been strategised to ensure that the trained workforces are accordingly placed in related places.

The History

The Alumni Relations Section (ARS) was established in 1999 as a university’s agency under the purview of Admissions and Records Division. It was run by a Deputy Dean, an Assistant Director and two support staff members. Presently, it is under the administration of Alumni and Career Services Division, run by a Director, a Deputy Director, a Senior Assistant Director, a Assistant Director and three support staffs.

 

IIUM Endownment Fund

IIUM Endowment Fund (IEF) which has been established in 1999. The main purpose of its establishment is to assist the poor and needy students in our University who are academically good but incapable of financing the fees and the cost of living.

Since its establishment, IIUM Endowment Fund has initiated many activities to raise funds for the students, involving both internal and external parties. It includes the general donation from individuals, companies and organizations; Kafalah programme; RM1 Campaign; Collection of Zakat through the collaboration with Lembaga Zakat Selangor (previously known as Pusat Zakat Selangor). IEF has also involved itself to a few business collaborations to increase the capacity of the funds.

 

 

Research Management Centre

Research Management Centre of the International Islamic University Malaysia was established by the University Senate in 1991. The main objective of its establishment was to promote and coordinate the research activities of the University.

The Research Management Centre aims at becoming a leading international centre to promote research which seeks to restore the dynamic and progressive role of the Muslim Ummah in all branches of knowledge, and as such, endeavours to promote research activities within the University and in collaboration with other research and academic institutions and to disseminate research findings through publications, training programmes, seminars and through the print media.

The Research Management Centre is committed to ensure speedy, quality and efficient services using the most cost-effective methods while utilizing advanced technology and ensuring human resource development.

Facilities, Food and Services Department

FACILITIES, FOOD AND SERVICES DEPARTMENT (FFSD)

FFSD is a department under Finance Division established in 1997 to oversees and manages the business spaces for Auxiliary and food & beverage services on campus. FFSD also manages all the main venues for University activities and rental activities.

 

 

Student Learning Enhancement Unit

 

 

Early 2002, concern were raised about student academic performance in IIUM, and following a series of meetings, a steering committee was established to propose solutions for the problem. One of these was to establish a task force to conduct motivational and study skills programmes.

A total of four camps were conducted from December 2002 and a mentoring programme was also introduced. Then in February 2004, SLEU was formally established with its own staff and premises on the Ground Floor of the Student Centre Building.

SLEU continues to implement the original objectives of enhancing student learning and has organized additional programmes designed to achieve this, including revision of the camp structure, peer tutoring, various workshops and forums.

Industrial Links & Community Relations Division

  • A new division established under the purview of the Deputy Rector, Internationalisation & Industry and Community Relations which previously consists of two sections namely; The Industrial Links Section and The Community Relations Section (CENSERVE).

  • Endorsed in the Majlis Meeting #93 held on 27th October 2011.

       

Corporate Communication Division

The Corporate Communication Division of IIUM in general, is responsible for representing and promoting IIUM to both the media and public, within and outside of the University.  The Division also responsible in all aspects of dissemination of information regarding the activities of IIUM, ranging from press releases to responding to news and stories on the University.

Additionally, the Corporate Communication Division also deals with enquiries from the media - from the national press to overseas media.  These can varies from requests for policy statements, acting as spokespersons for media interviews (including radio and television), handling enquiries regarding activities of the IIUM community, supplying photographic materials, ad hoc media events, or launches or press conferences.  The Corporate Communication Division also act as the first point of call for the media in a crisis situation.

 

 

 

 

Contacts

Ahmad Ibrahim Kulliyyah of Laws,
International Islamic University Malaysia,
P.O. Box 10, , 50728 Kuala Lumpur,
MALAYSIA
+6 03 - 6196 4252 / 4250
Centre for Languages and Pre-University Academic Development (CELPAD)
International Islamic University Malaysia,
P.O. Box 10,
50728 Kuala Lumpur,
MALAYSIA
+6 03 - 6196 4902
Institute of Education,
International Islamic University Malaysia,
P.O. Box 10,
50728 Kuala Lumpur,
MALAYSIA
+6 03 - 6196 5331 / 5333
Kulliyyah of Economics and Management Sciences,
International Islamic University Malaysia,
P.O. Box 10,
50728 Kuala Lumpur,
MALAYSIA
+6 03-6196 4850 / 4778 / 4773
Kulliyyah of Architecture & Environmental Design,
International Islamic University Malaysia,
P.O. Box 10, 50728, Kuala Lumpur
MALAYSIA
+6 03-6196 5221 / 5241 / 5271
Kulliyyah of Information & Communication Technology,
International Islamic University Malaysia,
P.O. Box 10, 50728,
Kuala Lumpur,
MALAYSIA
+6 03 - 6196 5601 / 5607 /5614
Kulliyyah of Engineering,
International Islamic University Malaysia,
P.O. Box 10,
50728, Kuala Lumpur
MALAYSIA
+6 03-6196 4415 / 4447
Kulliyyah of Islamic Revealed Knowledge and Human Sciences,
International Islamic University Malaysia,
P.O. Box 10,
50728 Kuala Lumpur,
MALAYSIA
+6 03 - 6196 4870
Kulliyyah of Allied Health Sciences,
International Islamic University Malaysia,
P.O Box 141,
25710, Kuantan, Pahang Darul Makmur,
MALAYSIA
+6 09 - 5716 400
Kulliyyah of Medicine,
International Islamic University Malaysia,
P.O Box 141,
25710, Kuantan,
Pahang Darul Makmur,
MALAYSIA
+6 09 -5716 400
Kulliyyah of Nursing,
International Islamic University Malaysia,
P.O Box 141,
25710, Kuantan, Pahang Darul Makmur,
MALAYSIA
+6 09 - 5132 797
Kulliyyah of Science,
International Islamic University Malaysia,
P.O Box 141,
25710 Kuantan, Pahang Darul Makmur,
MALAYSIA
+6 09 - 5716 400
Kulliyyah of Pharmacy,
International Islamic University Malaysia,
P.O Box 141,
25710, Kuantan, Pahang Darul Makmur,
MALAYSIA
+6 09 - 5132 797
Kulliyyah of Dentistry,
International Islamic University Malaysia,
P.O Box 141,
25710, Kuantan, Pahang Darul Makmur,
MALAYSIA
+6 09 - 571 6441 / 6444
Centre for Postgraduate Studies,
International Islamic University Malaysia,
P.O. Box 10,
50728 Kuala Lumpur,
MALAYSIA
+6 03 - 6196 5797 / 4163
Centre for Foundation Studies,
International Islamic University Malaysia,
Jalan Universiti,
46350 Petaling Jaya,
Selangor Darul Ehsan
MALAYSIA
+6 03 - 7946 2400
Centre for Professional Development,
International Islamic University Malaysia,
P.O. Box 10,
50728 Kuala Lumpur,
MALAYSIA
+6 03 - 6196 4155 / 4157
Director,
Innovation & Commercialization Office
IIUM Research and Innovation
International Islamic University Malaysia,
P.O. Box 10,
50728 Kuala Lumpur,
MALAYSIA
+603-6196 5008
Head,
Centre for University Social Responsibility,
Office of the Deputy Rector (Student Affairs),
International Islamic University Malaysia,
P.O. Box 10,
50728 Kuala Lumpur,
MALAYSIA
+6 03 - 6196 4085
Dean,
Graduate School of Management (formerly known as Management Centre),
International Islamic University Malaysia,
P.O. Box 10,
50728 Kuala Lumpur,
MALAYSIA
+6 03 - 6196 4190 / 4196
IVF Centre
Level 4, Kulliyyah of Medicine,
International Islamic University Malaysia,
Jalan Sultan Ahmad Shah,
Bandar Indera Mahkota,
25200 Kuantan, Pahang
+6 09 -571 6648
Director,
Advanced Engineering & Innovation Centre (AEIC)
Kulliyyah of Engineering
International Islamic University Malaysia,
P.O. Box 10,
50728 Kuala Lumpur,
MALAYSIA
+603-6196 4498
Director,
Centre For Built Environment
Kulliyyah of Architecture & Environmental Design
International Islamic University Malaysia,
P.O. Box 10,
50728 Kuala Lumpur,
MALAYSIA
+603-6196 5231 / 5232 / 5233 / 5234 / 5235/ 3770
Director,
Centre for Teaching and Learning (CTL)
Level 2, Resource Centre,
International Islamic University Malaysia,
P.O. Box 10,
50728 Kuala Lumpur,
MALAYSIA
+603-6196 5910 / 5911 / 5913 / 5914
Director,
Natural Medicinal Product Centre (NMPC)
Level 1, Kulliyyah of Pharmacy
International Islamic University Malaysia,
Jalan Istana
Bandar Indera Mahkota,
25200 Kuantan
Pahang Darul Makmur
+6 09-571 6400 ext 2716
Manager,
Harun M. Hashim Law Centre,
International Islamic University Malaysia,
P.O. Box 10,
50728 Kuala Lumpur,
MALAYSIA
+603-6196 4275
+603-6196 4000 ext 3201 (Postgraduate Unit)
+603-6196 4000 ext 3342 / 3326 (Certificate & Diploma Unit)
+603-6196 4241 / 4344
Dean,
Graduate School of Management (formerly known as Management Centre),
International Islamic University Malaysia,
P.O. Box 10,
50728 Kuala Lumpur,
MALAYSIA
+6 03 - 6196 4190 / 4196
Sports and Recreational Centre
International Islamic University Malaysia
P.O. Box 10,
50728 Kuala Lumpur,
MALAYSIA
Dean,
IIUM Institute of Islamic Banking & Finance (IIBF),
Damansara Campus,
205 A, Jalan Damansara,
Damansara Heights,
50480 Kuala Lumpur,
Malaysia
+6 03 - 2080 2900 (tel)
+6 03 - 2094 7728 (fax)
iibf@iium.edu.my
Director,
Institute for Language Advancement (IfLA)
Centre for Languages and Pre-University Academic Development (CELPAD)
International Islamic University Malaysia
P.O. Box 10 50728 Kuala Lumpur
MALAYSIA
+6 03 - 6196 5873 / 5872
Director,
International Institute for Muslim Unity (IIMU),
International Islamic University Malaysia,
P.O. Box 10,
50728 Kuala Lumpur,
MALAYSIA
+603- 6196 5437 /5435
c/o Dean,
The International Institute of Islamic Thought and Civilization (ISTAC),
No.24 Persiaran Duta,
Taman Duta,
50480 Kuala Lumpur,
MALAYSIA
+6 03 - 6207 3400
c/o Director,
International Institute for Halal Research and Training (INHART),
Ground Floor, Block E0,
Kulliyyah of Engineering,
International Islamic University Malaysia,
P.O. Box 10,
50728 Kuala Lumpur,
MALAYSIA
c/o Director,
International Institute of Wasatiyyah (IIW),
No.24 Persiaran Duta,
Taman Duta,
50480 Kuala Lumpur,
MALAYSIA
Academic Management and Admissions Division
International Islamic University Malaysia,
P.O. Box 10,
50728 Kuala Lumpur,
MALAYSIA
+603-6196 4043 /4035 /4027
Director,
Student Affairs Division
International Islamic University Malaysia,
P.O. Box 10,
50728 Kuala Lumpur,
MALAYSIA
+603-6196 4403 /4093 /4118
Director,
Student Development and Co-Curricular Activity Division (S-Dev)
International Islamic University Malaysia,
P.O. Box 10,
50728 Kuala Lumpur,
MALAYSIA
+603-6196 4404 /4085 /4084
Director,
International Affairs Division
International Islamic University Malaysia,
P.O. Box 10,
50728 Kuala Lumpur,
MALAYSIA
+603-6196 5841 /5845 /5842
Director,
Information Technology Division
International Islamic University Malaysia,
P.O. Box 10,
50728 Kuala Lumpur,
MALAYSIA
+603-6196 4881 /4882
Executive Director,
Management Services Division
International Islamic University Malaysia,
P.O. Box 10,
50728 Kuala Lumpur,
MALAYSIA
+603-6196 5556
Director,
Development Division
International Islamic University Malaysia,
P.O. Box 10,
50728 Kuala Lumpur,
MALAYSIA
+603-6196 4802/ 4803
Executive Director,
Finance Division
International Islamic University Malaysia,
P.O. Box 10,
50728 Kuala Lumpur,
MALAYSIA
+603-6196 4000 ext 2063
Director,
Alumni & Career Services Division
International Islamic University Malaysia,
P.O. Box 10,
50728 Kuala Lumpur,
MALAYSIA
+603-6196 4029 /4023
Legal Adviser,
Office of Legal Adviser,
International Islamic University Malaysia,
P.O. Box 10,
50728 Kuala Lumpur,
MALAYSIA
+603-6196 5801 /5802 /5803
Director,
IIUM Endownment Fund,
International Islamic University Malaysia,
P.O. Box 10,
50728 Kuala Lumpur,
MALAYSIA
+603-6196 5315 /5312 /4133
Dean,
IIUM Research & Innovation
International Islamic University Malaysia,
P.O. Box 10,
50728 Kuala Lumpur,
MALAYSIA
+603-6196 5002 /5008
Director,
Facilities, Food and Services Department
International Islamic University Malaysia,
P.O. Box 10, 50728,
Kuala Lumpur,
MALAYSIA
+603-6196 4781 /4784 /4787
Head,
Student Learning Enhancement Unit (SLEU)
International Islamic University Malaysia,
P.O. Box 10,
50728 Kuala Lumpur,
MALAYSIA
+603-6196 5869 / 5868 / 5867 / 5866
Archived Unit
International Islamic University Malaysia,
P.O. Box 10,
50728 Kuala Lumpur,
MALAYSIA
Director,
Corporate Communication Division,
International Islamic University Malaysia
P.O. Box 10 50728 Kuala Lumpur
MALAYSIA
+6 03 - 6196 5881 / 5891
Office of the Rector,
International Islamic University Malaysia,
P.O. Box 10,
50728 Kuala Lumpur,
MALAYSIA
+6 03 - 6196 4002 / 4006
Office of the Deputy Rector (Academic & Planning),
International Islamic University Malaysia
P.O. Box 10 50728 Kuala Lumpur
MALAYSIA
+6 03 - 6196 4018 / 4016
Office of the Deputy Rector (Research & Innovation),
International Islamic University Malaysia
P.O. Box 10 50728 Kuala Lumpur
MALAYSIA
+6 03 - 6196 4701 / 4706
Office of the Deputy Rector (Student Affairs),
International Islamic University Malaysia
P.O. Box 10 50728 Kuala Lumpur
MALAYSIA
+6 03 - 6196 5991 / 5994
Office of the Deputy Rector (Internationalisation & Industry and Community Relations),
International Islamic University Malaysia
P.O. Box 10 50728 Kuala Lumpur
MALAYSIA
+6 03 6196 6751 / 6756
Director,
International Cooperation and Exchange Office,
International Islamic University Malaysia
P.O. Box 10 50728 Kuala Lumpur
MALAYSIA
+6 03 - 6196 4000
Dean,
Office of Corporate Strategy & Quality Assurance,
International Islamic University Malaysia
P.O. Box 10 50728 Kuala Lumpur
MALAYSIA
+6 03 - 6196 5855 / 5854
Director,
Office of the Health and Wellness Centre,
International Islamic University Malaysia
P.O. Box 10 50728 Kuala Lumpur
MALAYSIA
+6 03 - 6196 4444
Director,
Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah Mosque,
International Islamic University Malaysia,
P.O. Box 10,
50728 Kuala Lumpur,
MALAYSIA
+603-6196 5901 /5902 /5905 /5906
Director,
Office of the Campus Director (Kuantan Campus),
International Islamic University Malaysia,
P.O Box 141,
25710, Kuantan,
Pahang Darul Makmur,
MALAYSIA
Director,
Office of Internal Audit,
International Islamic University Malaysia,
P.O. Box 10,
50728, Kuala Lumpur
MALAYSIA
+603-6196 4166 /4102 /4167
Office of Security Management,
International Islamic University Malaysia,
P.O. Box 10,
50728 Kuala Lumpur,
MALAYSIA
+603- 6196 5556
Director,
Office of Industrial Links,
International Islamic University Malaysia,
P.O. Box 10,
50728, Kuala Lumpur
MALAYSIA
+603-6196 6321 / 6323 / 6325

Institute

Institute of Islamic Banking & Finance (IIiBF)

Welcome to IIUM Institute of Islamic Banking and Finance (IIiBF). IIiBF was officially established on January 2005 as a centre of excellence for education and research in Islamic banking and finance with the aim of educating and producing competent graduates and scholars knowledgeable in Shari'ah and related modern disciplines pertaining to the fields of law, economics, finance, management, accounting and information technology.

At IIiBF, students are given thorough groundings in both theoretical and applied research on Islamic banking and finance with industry exposure so as to develop their creative skills in devising  new and comprehensive Islamic financial instruments and products for the public and the industry at large.

Institute for Language Advancement (IFLA)

The Institute for Language Advancement (IfLA) was  established with the objective of providing the full spectrum of language courses and services to the University community, the public and private sector and the public at large. As the importance of international communication continues to grow at a rapid rate, the provision of high quality language training to equip prospective and practicing professionals with the right communication skills is of the utmost importance in today’s competitive world.

International Institute of Muslim Unity (IIMU)

 

UNITY is one of the key factors for the success and development of nations. Islam serves as a catalyst to the unification and development of the Muslim peoples, to provide leadership and moral direction for humanity. History has proven that religious and civilisational developments are only made possible through unity.

The revival of the leading role of the Muslim Ummah depends, to a great extent, on its     ability to fuse all its vast resources; be it economic, political, intellectual and religious. Therefore, Muslim academicians, professionals and politicians play a significant role in propelling the strength of unity among Muslims.

Towards this end, the International Institute for Muslim Unity (IIMU) was established in 2001. It is a non-partisan institute which aims at fostering and enhancing the UNITY of the Muslim Ummah through a variety of activities such as workshops, forums, conferences, publications, studies and dialogue.

The idea of the establishment of IIMU was first mooted by Y.B. Tan Sri Dato’ Seri Sanusi Junid, the former Honourable President of IIUM. The then right Honourable Prime Minister of Malaysia, Y.A. Bhg Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad endorsed the idea and  recommended that the institute be called the International Institute for Muslim Unity.

The International Institute of Islamic Thought and Civilization (ISTAC)

 

The International Institute of Islamic Thought and Civilization (ISTAC) was founded on 27th February, 1987. It was officially launched by then Prime Minister Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamed on 4th October, 1991 as a research and postgraduate institution offering degrees in Islamic civilization and Islamic science.

At its inception, ISTAC had only a director, a senior assistant librarian, a principal assistant registrar, an accountant and a support staff of five. A few years later, a Deputy Director and Registrar joined the group to assist with academic and administrative matters respectively.

The campus consists of a main administration and academic building, a library, a mosque and a conference hall. From 1991 to 2002, ISTAC was an autonomous body affiliated to the International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM). However, in 2002, it was made a Kulliyyah of IIUM.

On 6th May 2010, ISTAC and IIiBF was officially launch by HRH Sultan of Pahang and to be known as the IIUM Kuala Lumpur Campus.

International Institute for Halal Research and Training (INHART)

The International Institute for Halal Research and Training (INHART) was established at the  International Islamic University Malaysia by IIUM Senate (March 2011) and IIUM Majlis (April 2011) and received approval from the Ministry of Higher Education Malaysia in August 2011. INHART is a centre of excellence at the university level and is expected to be recognized as one of the Higher Institutions' Centres of Excellence (HICoE) at the national level in the near future. INHART history begins with  the establishment of a special centre dedicated to Halal industry - “IIUM Halal Industry Research Centre”in July 2006. Prior to the birth of this centre, there were already pockets of activities related to Halal and Halal industry by academic staff from various Kulliyyahs. But with HIRCen, Halal activities at IIUM become more focus and better coordinated with the Research Management Centre becoming the monitoring body.

Like its HIRCen predecessor, the objective of the establishment of INHART is to provide a platform for IIUM to assist in fulfilling the Government of Malaysia aspiration to put Malaysia as the global Halal hub through INHART's long-term education (undergraduates and postgraduates academic programmes) and specialized short-term training programmes as well as shariah-compliant services. INHART aims to train future leaders in the Halal industry arena as well as to provide the required well-trained human capital to cater the needs of the halal industry in the research, development, innovation and commercialization of halal food, pharmaceuticals and consumer products as well as various shariah-compliant service industries like tourism and hospitality.

International Institute of Wasatiyyah

Office

Office of the Rector

The Rector is the principal academic and administrative officer of IIUM and chair of the Senate. In general, the Rector is responsible for maintaining and promoting the professional excellence, academic quality, and vision and mission of the University.

The Rector also has four deputies. They are as follows:

     i) Deputy Rector (Academic and Planning)

    ii) Deputy Rector (Research and Innovation)

    iii) Deputy Rector (Student Affairs)

    iv) Deputy Rector (Internationalisation & Industry and Community Relations)

 

Each Kulliyyah, Institute, or Centre is managed by a Dean or a director who reports directly to the Rector or one of his deputies.

The Office of the Rector provides a focal point for the co-ordination and integration of University’s academic and administrative activities, providing advice and support to the Rector on all strategic and management matters.

Office of the Deputy Rector (Academic & Planning)

Office of the Deputy Rector (Academic and Planning)

The role of the Office of the Deputy Rector (Academic and Planning) is to ensure quality academic programme and development .

The Office is responsible for the overall monitoring of academic matters, including examinations, submission of results, as well as student admission into foundation studies, undergraduate, and postgraduate programmes. The Office also manages the convocations of undergraduates, postgraduates and recipients of honorary doctorates.

 

Office of the Deputy Rector (Research & Innovation)



Tag Line

"Innovation is Rewarding"

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Enhancing Quality Research and Innovation
for Societal Development

 

Office of the Deputy Rector (Student Affairs)

The Office of the Deputy Rector (Student Affairs) has an important role of assisting students in their personal and professional development in accordance with the University's Philosophy and Objectives. The office provides counseling and guidance to students in their extra co-curricular activities, organizes formal and informal trainings, co-ordinates students' recreational activities, and ensures that the University's facilities meet students' needs.

Office of the Deputy Rector (Internationalisation & Industry and Community Relations)

The Office of the Deputy Rector (Student Affairs) has an important role of assisting students in their personal and professional development in accordance with the University's Philosophy and Objectives. The office provides counseling and guidance to students in their extra co-curricular activities, organizes formal and informal trainings, co-ordinates students' recreational activities, and ensures that the University's facilities meet students' needs.

International Cooperation and Exchange Office

The International Cooperation and Exchange Office (ICEO) is entrusted with the task of assisting IIUM in achieving its mission of internationalization. The main function of the office is to act as a central body which coordinates and holds information about any matters at the international level. ICEO is largely responsible for the recruitment of International students for the university, which is in line with the university’s strategic plan of having 25% of its student population made up of  international students by the year 2015.

The office is also in charge of the signing of Memorandums of Understanding (MOU) between IIUM and various universities and organizations around the world. The MOUs allow a progressive and rewarding collaboration between parties and make the exchange of knowledge, experience and resources viable. One example would be the cooperation agreement between Al-Bukhary Foundation and IIUM, where students from poor Islamic countries would be given an opportunity to study at the university. Apart from playing its role in recruiting more International students for the university, the ICEO has also been given the responsibility to co-ordinate visits by International visitors to IIUM, and events that involve International guests.

ICEO hopes to devise more strategic marketing plans which will help to attract more International students to choose IIUM as their ideal university. ICEO also aspires to assist IIUM in achieving more collaboration with other high-ranking universities around the world which will ultimately help the IIUM to be recognized as a highly-ranked university .

Office of Corporate Strategy & Quality Assurance

 Office of Corporate Strategy & Quality Assurance

International Islamic University Malaysia

Level 3, Rectory Building,P.O.Box 10, 50728 Kuala Lumpur

Email: qaiium@iium.edu.my

Tel: 603-61965851  Fax: 603-61964989

 

Office of the Health and Wellness Centre

The IIUM Health & Wellness Centre was established by the Medical Board, Ministry of Education and IIUM in 1990. The IIUM Health & Wellness Centre operates under the direction of Chief Medical Officer, which is a wing under the Management Services Division, IIUM.

IIUM Health & Wellness Centre provides medical services to IIUM students, staff and staff dependants. The services available are outpatient medical treatment, dental care, laboratory testing, x-rays, medical check-ups and also ambulance service.

Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah Mosque

 

The Mosque was built at the Gombak Campus, International Islamic University Malaysia . Its building was completed on 12 th October 1997 . It was officiated by the Constitutional Head of the University, Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah Al-Musta'in Billah Ibni Al-Marhum Al-Sultan Abu Bakar Ri'ayatuddin Al-Muazam Shah, Sultan Pahang Darul Makmur on 09 th October 2000 and was given the name of “Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah Mosque”.

Office of the Campus Director (Kuantan Campus)

The administration centre was managed by a Campus Director and a Director (Administration) and was later known as the Office of the Campus Director.

Office of Internal Audit

Welcome to Office of Internal Audit, International Islamic University Malaysia.

 

 

Internal auditing is an independent, objective assurance and consulting activity designed to add value and improve an organization's operations. It helps an organization accomplish its objectives by bringing a systematic, disciplined approach to evaluate and improve the effectiveness of risk management, control, and governance processes. Internal auditing is a catalyst for improving an organization's effectiveness and efficiency by providing insight and recommendations based on analyses and assessments of data and business processes.

Internal auditing activity is primarily directed at improving internal control. Under the COSO Framework, internal control is broadly defined as a process, effected by an entity's board of directors, management, and other personnel, designed to provide reasonable assurance regarding the achievement of objectives in the following internal control categories:

·         Effectiveness and efficiency of operations.

·         Reliability of financial reporting.

·         Compliance with laws and regulations.

 

Management is responsible for internal control. Managers establish policies and processes to help the organization achieve specific objectives in each of these categories. Internal auditors perform audits to evaluate whether the policies and processes are designed and operating effectively and provide recommendations for improvement.

To perform their role effectively, internal auditors require organizational independence from management, to enable unrestricted evaluation of management activities and personnel. Although internal auditors are part of company management and paid by the company, the primary customer of internal audit activity is the entity charged with oversight of management's activities. This is typically the Audit Committee, a sub-committee of the Board of Directors. To provide independence, The Head of Internal Audit reports to the Audit Committee, with administrative reporting to the Rector of IIUM or the Chief Executive Officer.

Office of Security Management

The Office of Security Management, plays an important role in ensuring IIUM is a safe and secure campus. Office of Security Management  is committed to support the leadership of the University in achieving the University’s mission and vision. In undertaking its function in safety and security of the University, Office of Security Management  promises to provide top quality services to its customers.

Office of the Legal Adviser

Office of the Legal Adviser was previously known as the Legal Unit. It handle matters related to staff and students' discipline, general litigation cases involving the University, constitutional issues including drafting and vetting of legal documents as well as providing legal opnions on legal issues involving the University.

This office is put under the purview of Office of the Rector. The Office is headed by a Legal Adviser appointed among the academic staff that has vast experience in legal matters. The Legal Adviser is assisted by Assistant Directors in performing day to day duties. Prof. Dr. Nik Ahmad Kamal bin Nik Mahmod is appointed as the Legal Adviser to the University effective on 1st July 2012.

 

 

 

Office of Industrial Links

Welcome to Office of Internal Audit, International Islamic University Malaysia.

 

 

Internal auditing is an independent, objective assurance and consulting activity designed to add value and improve an organization's operations. It helps an organization accomplish its objectives by bringing a systematic, disciplined approach to evaluate and improve the effectiveness of risk management, control, and governance processes. Internal auditing is a catalyst for improving an organization's effectiveness and efficiency by providing insight and recommendations based on analyses and assessments of data and business processes.

Internal auditing activity is primarily directed at improving internal control. Under the COSO Framework, internal control is broadly defined as a process, effected by an entity's board of directors, management, and other personnel, designed to provide reasonable assurance regarding the achievement of objectives in the following internal control categories:

·         Effectiveness and efficiency of operations.

·         Reliability of financial reporting.

·         Compliance with laws and regulations.

 

Management is responsible for internal control. Managers establish policies and processes to help the organization achieve specific objectives in each of these categories. Internal auditors perform audits to evaluate whether the policies and processes are designed and operating effectively and provide recommendations for improvement.

To perform their role effectively, internal auditors require organizational independence from management, to enable unrestricted evaluation of management activities and personnel. Although internal auditors are part of company management and paid by the company, the primary customer of internal audit activity is the entity charged with oversight of management's activities. This is typically the Audit Committee, a sub-committee of the Board of Directors. To provide independence, The Head of Internal Audit reports to the Audit Committee, with administrative reporting to the Rector of IIUM or the Chief Executive Officer.