International University of Malaya-Wales

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International University of Malaya-Wales
Established 2012
Type Private
President Prof. Dr. Hamzah Abdul Rahman
Location Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Colours Red     
Affiliations University of Malaya, University of Wales

The greatest collaboration is finally in Kuala Lumpur. International University of Malaya-Wales (IUMW) is a mutual partnership between the University of Malaya and the transformed University of Wales (who has made a commitment to merge with the University of Wales Trinity Saint David, United Kingdom) which has more than 200 years of combined academic experience.

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.

Leveraging on both universities' outstanding achievement, together with our own band of academicians, IUMW offers an array of undergraduate and postgraduate courses to both local and international students. We aspire to be a comprehensive research-oriented university, recognised for its innovative teaching and learning, research, social services and education management.


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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