Universiti Malaysia Perlis (UniMAP) is Malaysia's 17th public institution of higher learning. Approved by the Malaysian Cabinet in May 2001, it started off as a university college - Kolej Universiti Kejuruteraan Utara Malaysia (KUKUM). The institution’s first intake comprised 116 engineering students who began classes in June 2002. In February 2007, KUKUM was upgraded to a full-fledged university and renamed Universiti Malaysia Perlis (UniMAP). The university is one of only four technical universities in Malaysia.

UniMAP’s raison d’etre was to produce highly-skilled engineers to fulfil and support Malaysia’s Industrial Blueprint (Pelan Induk Perindustrian Negara). Over the years, we have remained true to this mission, aiming to produce exemplary individuals who will contribute to the Nation’s development and industry competitiveness agenda.

We take pride in UniMAP being a leading technical university in the region, enhanced by its active engagement with leading industries in the region and globally. Our niche areas are Engineering, Engineering Technology, Technology, Science & relevant areas, with emphasis on electronics. Our focus on TVET means that we are able to offer students with a range of programmes highly relevant to industry, including that of soft-TVET.

UniMAP students are nurtured to become competent practitioners in their area of specialization and to have the confidence to explore entrepreneurial possibilities upon graduation. They are expected to not only exhibit excellence in the knowledge and skills that are directly related to their specialized fields of study, but also to demonstrate outstanding proficiency in both communication and ICT skills, as well as possess unsurpassed traits of professionalism and patriotism.



Universiti Malaysia Perlis,
Kubang Gajah Campus,
02600 Arau, Perlis, Malaysia.

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