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    1. 1. Universiti Malaysia Kelantan
    2. 2. UNIVERSITI MALAYSIA KELANTAN IN BRIEF by ……………………………………………
    3. 3. THE LOGO Black & White
    4. 4. THE 1 ST FULL PUBLIC UNIVERSITY STATUS IN STATE OF KELANTAN  Announced by the Prime Minister of Malaysia:  As a component of the 9th Malaysian Development Plan on 31st March 2006.  Approved by the Minister’s Council in the Cabinet Meeting held on 14 June 2006.  Appointment the first Vice Chancellor of UMK on 1st October 2006.
    5. 5. Incorporated on the 1 st September 2006 & gazetted on the 7 th December 2006, P.U. (A) 415 ==> The 19 th Public University ==> The 1 st batch of student registered in July 2007
    6. 6. PENINSULA MALAYSIA & EAST COAST ECONOMIC REGION (ECER) UNIVERSITI MALAYSIA KELANTAN (UMK) ECER Covers - Kelantan - Terengganu - Pahang Ipoh - Mersing, Johor sq. km % Eastern Region 66,736 51 Pen. Malaysia 131,816 100
    7. 7. GLOBALISATION OF UMK’s EDUCATION  Foreign Partners and Inputs:  Visiting Academics;  External Examiners;  External Advisors / Supervisors;  External Input / Industrial Lectures.  Industrial Partners  Student and Staff Exchange
    8. 8. ESTABLISHMENT CONCEPT – AT INCEPTION Entrepreneurship & Business Science of Creative Technology Natural Resources & Heritage UMK’s Establishment Thrust Fundamental : Entrepreneurship, 3rd Language, Generic Development & ICT as an Enabler Product Marketable Graduates
    9. 9. VISION Championing human capital development with entrepreneurial qualities for global prosperity. MISSION UMK offers:  excellent and relevant academic programmes,  research and innovation with high commercial value, and  services that fulfill social obligations to enhance competitiveness in entrepreneurship; UMK focuses on customers’ needs and market requirements via the provision of conducive environments; And knowledgeable, experienced and committed staff, practicing a professional work culture through participative management and continuous improvement.
    10. 10. OBJECTIVES  Provide academic programmes and training with an emphasis on the enhancement of entrepreneurial traits and soft skills across the curriculum;  Developing quality human capital which is able to contribute significantly towards the development of the nation and benefit society;  Develop staff capability in lifelong learning, leadership and management;  Developing the capacity and capability of small and medium enterprises in order to enhance their competitiveness towards wealth creation;  Provide a conducive infrastructure and support system as a platform towards achieving a world class university;  Carry out selected activities to complement the regional development plan of East Coast Economic Region (ECER);  Practice an effective governing system and financial management with high integrity.
    11. 11. Our philosophy: “ENTREPRENEURSHIP IS OUR THRUST” “ENTREPRENEURIAL UNIVERSITY” Hence: … entrepreneurship education is the foundation to all disciplines of study.
    12. 12. FIVE (5) STRATEGIC THRUSTS IN THE DEVELOPMENT PLAN  Develop and internationalise the University’s academic programmes and related activities;  Produce knowledgeable and competent human capital of high integrity;  Provide appropriate infrastructure to support the philosophy of developing a world class university;  Practice and observe good governance;  Contribute to the prosperity of society and industry.
    13. 13. UMK’S (Organisation) CORE VALUES (Summarised in Nov. 2008) CREATIVE AND INNOVATIVE OPENNESS TO PROFESSIONAL CHANGE
    14. 14. ACADEMIC GOVERNANCE  Four (4) Faculties and one (1) Academic Centre:  Faculty of Entrepreneurship and Business;  Faculty of Agro Industry and Natural Resources;  Faculty of Creative Technology and Heritage;  Faculty of Veterinary Medicine  Centre for Language Studies and Generic Development.  One (1) Institute/Centre of Excellence:  Institute for Small and Medium Enterprise (ISME)
    15. 15. STUDY SCHEME [Bachelor Degree (Hons)]  PREREQUISITES EDUCATION • Schooling (Arts & Science) i.e. Completion of 13 years of basic education  UMK COURSE STRUCTURE [Bachelor (Hons)] • Minimum of 4 years (8 semesters) academic study • 24 weeks of industrial training (in-built in curriculum) • Course Structure:  Basic/Fundamental 40-50%  Core Courses 40-60%  Advanced Optional 10-20% • Minimum of 120 credits  ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION ACROSS CURRICULUM (> 10% of curriculum contents)
    16. 16. FACULTIES/CENTRES & PROGRAMMES  Faculty of Entrepreneurship and Business: Existing Programmes (2008):  Bachelor of Entrepreneurship (Commerce) with Honours  Bachelor of Entrepreneurship (Tourism) with Honours  Bachelor of Entrepreneurship (Hospitality) with Honours  Bachelor of Entrepreneurship (Health Entrepreneurship ) with Honours (A minimum of 120 credit hours)
    17. 17. FACULTIES/CENTRES & PROGRAMMES (Cont./1)  Faculty of Agro Industry and Natural Resources : Existing Programmes (2008) :  Bachelor of Applied Science (Agro-Technopreneurship) with Honours  Bachelor of Applied Science (Husbandry Science) with Honours  Bachelor of Applied Science (Science of Natural Resources) with Honours  Bachelor of Applied Science (Bio-industry Technology) with Honours  Bachelor of Applied Science (Sustainability Science) with Honours  Bachelor of Applied Science (Geoscience ) with Homours  Bachelor of Applied Science (Product Development Technology) with Honours (A minimum of 120 credit hours)
    18. 18. FACULTIES/CENTRES & PROGRAMMES (Cont./2)  Faculty of Creative Technology and Heritage:  Bachelor of Heritage Studies with Honours  Bachelor of Creative Technology with Honours (Electives: Product Design, Visual Communication (Visual Arts), Textile Design and Fashion, Multimedia) (A minimum of 120 credit hours)
    19. 19. FACULTIES/CENTRES & PROGRAMMES (Cont./3)  Centre for Language Studies and Generic Development*:  Language Programmes (English, Mandarin, Arabic, Japan, Korean, German, French, etc.);  Conducting Soft-skills Curriculum (Social skills, Communication, Grooming, etc );  Offering University Compulsory Courses (Co-curriculum, TITAS, Ethnic Relation, etc.);  Organising cross-curriculum courses;  Third language is a compulsory courses for the all students as prerequisite for graduation.  Note: * This center is with faculty status but does not offer its own programmes and is led by a Director.
    20. 20. FACULTY OF VETERINARY MEDICINE  Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine -Course Duration: 5 Years (10 semesters) -Minimum Credit Taken: 180 Credit Hours This programme in emphasizing on the application of medical field, diagnosis and therapeutic principles upon pets, wild animals and husbandry animals. It is specifically design to support and complement the agriculture sector for increasing animal productivity.
    21. 21. FACULTIES/CENTRES & PROGRAMMES (Cont./4)  Institutes for Small and Medium Enterprises (ISME) => Focusing on:  Lifelong Learning;  Research Development & Commercialization (RDC), including Market Intelligence for Small and Medium Enterprises;  Postgraduate Programmes;  Business Incubators.
    22. 22. CURRENT STUDENT ENROLMENT NO. OF STUDENT ENROLMENT STUDENTS Intake session 2007/2008 284 Intake session 2008/2009 - Include postgraduate students 332 (until 31 December 2008) GRAND TOTAL 616
    23. 23. TEMPORARY CAMPUS
    24. 24. UMK … IN FUTURE
    25. 25. Branding - Our Tag Lines: “ENTREPRENEURSHIP IS OUR THRUST” “ENTREPRENEURIAL UNIVERSITY”
    26. 26. DEVELOPMENT PLAN - PLACEMENT OF ACADEMIC CENTRES  Temporary Campus/City Campus  Kota Bharu Teacher’s Institute/Taman Bendahara, Pengkalan Chepa (2007 – 2010);  Academic Programmes and Administration Centre;  Developed with teaching and learning facilities, hostels and laboratories;  Research centres & Business incubators.  Bachok Campus  Faculty of Enterprenueurship and Business;  Faculty of Creative Technology and Heritage;  Centre for Language Studies and Generic Development;  University’s Administrative Centre.  and new faculties/centres  Jeli Campus  Faculty of Agro Industry and Natural Resources;  Institute for Small and Medium Enterprise (ISME).  and new faculties/centres
    27. 27. UMK IN 2020  54 Academic Programmes;  10 Faculties/Centres/Institutes;  15,000 Students (including 20% post graduate students & 10% international students).
    28. 28. DEVELOPMENT PLAN – Nos. of Students 16000 15000 14000 12000 10150 10000 8000 Students 5710 6000 4000 2160 2000 0 2010 2012 2015 2020
    29. 29. CAMPUS DEVELOPMENT MASTER PLAN - BACHOK PHASE 2 PHASE 1 OVERAL DEVELOPMENT 19 COMPONENTS 18 SIGNAGE P2 4. University Convention and Entrepreneurship Centre 6 5. Sport Complex 14 16 6. Cultural and Heritage Centre 2 7. Faculty Complex 18 8. Hostel 17 9. Agro-resort 1 18 10. Staff Residence Complex 8 11. Open Air Theatre Garden 12. Undergraduate Center 13 4 3 5 13. Future Entrepreneurship 9 Garden Development 14. Equestrian Centre 15. Hospitality Centre 16. Guest House 10 7 12 17. Wetland Garden 18 18. Commercial Bungalow Lots 15 11 19. Water Butts N 20. Parking Area 21. Main Entrance UMK BACHOK CAMPUS
    30. 30. CAMPUS DEVELOPMENT MASTER PLAN – JELI
    31. 31. Desired Future ….  A well recognised University, local and international;  Attractive University for academia;  Effectively contribute to wealth creation and nation building;  Effectively play as the role model and as a partner to society development;
    32. 32. The End Thank you ADDRESS: Universiti Malaysia Kelantan Locked Bag 36 Pengkalan Chepa 16100 Kota Bharu Kelantan, MALAYSIA  : +609-7717000  : +609-7717022 Web : www.umk.edu.my

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