International University of Malaya-Wales

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International University of Malaya-Wales
Other name
IUMW
Type Private
Established 2012
President Prof. Dr. Hamzah Abdul Rahman
Location Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
3°09′36.778″N 101°41′30.022″E / 3.16021611°N 101.69167278°E / 3.16021611; 101.69167278Coordinates: 3°09′36.778″N 101°41′30.022″E / 3.16021611°N 101.69167278°E / 3.16021611; 101.69167278
Colours Red     
Affiliations University of Malaya, University of Wales
Website www.iumw.edu.my

International University of Malaya-Wales (IUMW) is a mutual partnership between the University of Malaya and the transformed University of Wales Trinity Saint David. IUMW is the first university in South East Asia to be accepted as a member of the United Kingdom's Higher Education Academy (HEA), a renowned British body for learning and teaching in higher education.

IUMW offers undergraduate and postgraduate programme to both local and international students.

Faculties[edit]

There are four faculties under International University of Malaya-Wales:

  • Faculty of Business & Law
  • Faculty of Arts & Humanities
  • Faculty of Health & Social Sciences
  • Faculty of Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics

Academic Centres[edit]

  • Centre of Foundation Studies
  • Centre of Language and Malaysian Studies

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