Award-Winning Faculty of Engineering at Multimedia University (MMU) Cyberjaya is Ranked Top in Malaysia and in the World for Electronics Engineering
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Students in Malaysia wanting to study at a top ranked university locally and globally can go for then engineering foundation, diploma & degree courses at Multimedia University (MMU) in Cyberjaya. Students may go for either Electrical Engineering or Electronics Engineering. For the Electronics Engineering degree course at MMU Cyberjaya, students may major in Telecommunications, Computer, Nanotechnology or Optical Engineering. All of the engineering degree programmes at Multimedia University (MMU) Cyberjaya are accredited by the Board of Engineering Malaysia (BEM) and MQA.
In the 2017 QS World University Rankings by Subject again listed Multimedia University (MMU) as the No. 1 private university in Malaysia for “Electrical & Electronics Engineering”. Since 2015, MMU has been placed in the top 151-200 universities worldwide by QS World University Rankings by subject Electrical and Electronics Engineering. Having won hundreds of awards, Multimedia University (MMU) Cyberjaya offers the best courses in Electrical and Electronics Engineering in Malaysia.
Multimedia University (MMU) is the first private university in Malaysia and is ranked top in the world having won many awards and accolades. Established in 1996, MMU marked Malaysia’s foray into a new economy. With more than 15,000 students, the university has campuses in Cyberjaya, Melaka and Johor.
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Best Engineering Degree Courses in Malaysia at Top Ranked Multimedia University (MMU) Cyberjaya Campus
In 2009, MMU was ranked at 171 by THES-QS in the Asian University Rankings, the first private university in Malaysia to achieve such a feat.
The 2017 QS World University Rankings by Subject again listed MMU as the No. 1 private university in Malaysia for “Electrical & Electronics Engineering”.
Since 2015, MMU has been placed in the top 151-200 universities worldwide by QS World University Rankings by subject Electrical and Electronics Engineering.
In 2017 – Multimedia University (MMU) Faculty of Engineering earns four (4) accolades from the global professional association, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE).These are among the hundreds of awards & achievements of the engineering students and staff at Multimedia University (MMU) showing that MMU is the best private university in Malaysia for engineering. For a list of engineering awards and achievements, please click here.
The Faculty of Engineering teaching staff at Multimedia University (MMU) Cyberjaya have at least a Master for lecturers, at least 2nd Class Upper Bachelor degree for tutors in MMU. About 80% Multimedia University (MMU) engineering tutors has 1st class and 35% lecturers with PhD.
The engineering programmes in MMU are accredited by the Malaysian Qualification Agency (MQA) and the Engineering Accreditation Council (EAC) as well as recognised by the Board of Engineers Malaysia (BEM). Hence, MMU’s engineering graduates can readily seek employment or be admitted into top international universities for postgraduate studies. More than 40% of MMU’s engineering graduates secure jobs before completion of studies while more than 96% of them secure jobs within 6 months after graduation.
Multimedia University (MMU) has some of the best teaching labs among private universities in Malaysia. Students have the opportunity to experience for themselves the various principles of engineering in action through the numerous hands-on experiments. There are also various activities conducted in collaboration with the industry that expose students to real world challenges that require innovative engineering solutions. MMU’s strong partnerships with global industry players that include Fortune 500 companies have led to the establishment of state-of-the-art research and teaching facilities such as Intel Advanced Architecture Lab, Panasonic Computing Lab, Huawei Digital Lifestyle and Innovation Centre and Motorola Wireless Broadband Technology Lab.
Multimedia University (MMU) has a vibrant Student engineering society and professional engineering student chapters such as The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET), Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and Institution of Engineers, Malaysia (IEM) as well as ‘Multimedia University Engineering Society Overseas Research Programme'(MESCORP) for students to grow in leadership and soft-skills, as MMU recognises the growing importance of these human aspects of what engineers do.
In line with the Multimedia University (MMU)’s vision to be a leading engineering faculty in Malaysia for creation, preservation and dissemination of knowledge, MMU lecturers/professors/researchers at Faculty of Engineering has never failed to actively engage themselves in the forefront R&D activities for the creation of new knowledge and technology where scientific findings are presented and published in various reputable international conferences, and prestigious journals of international standing.
MMU also enjoys great support and close research collaborations with some top names in the industries in Malaysia such as Intel, NTT, Nokia, National Semiconductor, Motorola, Matsushita, Ericsson, Agilent , coupled with the constant arrangement of invited lecture series that brings renowned engineers and scholars to MMU from across the world, has helped MMU to ensure the multi-skilled engineering graduates they produce stay relevant to the fast changing industry trends and needs.
Why Study Engineering at Multimedia University (MMU) Cyberjaya
- Curriculum have been endorsed by panel of international experts from top universities such as Pennsylvania State University, University of Texas at Arlington, National University of Singapore, Nanyang Technological University, etc.
- More than 40% of academic staff graduated from top international universities such as University of Edinburgh, University of Sheffield, University of Surrey, etc.
- In addition to academic qualifications, academic staff also have industry experiences, with more than 35% of them possessing professional certifications such as Professional Engineer, or Chartered Engineer
- Consistent graduate employability rate of 97-98% every year
- Graduate Employment Survey conducted by MAEI (Malaysian American Electronics Industry) companies including Intel, Motorola, and AMD indicate that these companies prefer our MMU engineering graduates
- More than 10 industry-sponsored labs – one of the highest among private engineering faculties in Malaysia
- Industry partners co-develop curriculum
- More than 200 R&D collaborations with universities, industries, government bodies etc.
- One of the very few Malaysian private universities that actively collaborates with industries in the Living Lab (previously known as Digital Home & Lifestyle Lab)
- First university to offer programmes in fast growing industries such as Nanotechnology and Photonics
- Early adopter of latest technology in the industry
Multimedia University (MMU) Faculty of Engineering (Cyberjaya)
Established in 1997 alongside the founding of MMU, an estimated 5000 students have passed through the faculty’s doors and successfully graduated as engineering professionals, the Faculty of Engineering (FOE) at Multimedia University (MMU) Cyberjaya will continue to spearhead innovation and creativity in the field of engineering well into the future through quality engineering programmes.
Sprawled over 808,440 square metres and housing 28 academic and support buildings, the Cyberjaya campus is home to the Faculty of Engineering. It is MMU’s second campus and hosts about 6,600 students inclusive of 1,085 international students.
- Foundation in Engineering
- Bachelor of Engineering (Hons.) Electrical
- Bachelor of Engineering (Hons.) Electronics
- Bachelor of Engineering (Hons.) Electronics Majoring in Telecommunications
- Bachelor of Engineering (Hons.) Electronics Majoring in Computer
- Bachelor of Engineering (Hons.) Electronics Majoring in Nanotechnology
- Bachelor of Engineering (Hons.) Electronics Majoring in Optical Engineering
What are the differences between electrical engineering and electronics engineering?
Electrical engineering deals with heavy current and high voltage circuits, control, machines, communications, power systems, power electronics, math, and computer technology related courses. Electrical engineering is an engineering discipline that deals with the study and application of electricity and electromagnetism. Its practitioners are called electrical engineers.
Electrical engineering is a broad field that encompasses many subfields. Electrical engineering has many subfields dealing with the various aspects of electromagnetism. Some work directly with Maxwell’s equations to manipulate RF signals, some with power, and some with signal manipulation. (Power engineering deals not only with electricity generation, electric power transmission, and electricity distribution but also with electrical circuits and materials (e.g. insulators, semiconductors) that need to withstand high voltages and
Electronics engineering deals with light current and low voltage circuits, control, communications, integrated circuit, signal processing, math and basic courses on power system, power electronics, machines, and computer technology related courses.
Electronics engineers design and test electrical networks (more commonly known as circuits) that take advantage of electromagnetic properties of electrical components or discrete/elements (such as resistors, capacitors, inductors, transistors, diodes, semiconductors) to achieve the desired functionality. One of several ubiquitous examples is the tuner circuit, which allows the user of a radio to filter out all but a single station, corresponding to a desired signal frequency (such as those in AM and FM radios).
Mode of Class Instruction Delivery for Engineering Courses at Multimedia University (MMU) Cyberjaya
Besides traditional classroom instructions, MMU instructors use multimedia technology. Furthermore, updated and exhaustive lecture notes, schedules, announcements, tutorials, exercises, reading materials, and references are available online to the students’ benefit, convenience, and success.
In addition, students go through hands-on experiments using interactive computer-based training concepts. Collaborative work between industries and the MMU faculty is also prevalent. In short, state-of-the-art facilities and their utilization, and strategic industry-university relation support and enhance the teaching quality at MMU.
Multimedia University (MMU) Engineering Degrees are Accredited by the Board of Engineers Malaysia and MQA
MQA (Malaysian Qualifications Agency), Institute of Engineers Malaysia (IEM), and Board of Engineers Malaysia (BEM). MQA and BEM are government bodies and IEM is a professional body. In October 2000, MQA, BEM, and IEM form the Engineering Accreditation Council (EAC) as a one-stop centre for Engineering degree accreditation in Malaysia. All Courses conducted in MMU have been approved by EAC and LAN.
In each country, there is a professional engineering body that decides whether it wants to accept foreign engineers or not. Examples of the professional bodies are, in
|Malaysia||The Institution of Engineers, Malaysia (IEM),|
|USA||Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET)|
|Canada||Canadian Council of Professional Engineers (CCPE)|
|South Africa||Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA)|
|UK||Engineering Council of the United Kingdom (EC)|
|Hong Kong||Hong Kong Institution of Engineers (HKIE)|
|Australia||Institution of Engineers, Australia (IEAust)|
|New Zealand:||Institution of Professional Engineers New Zealand (IPENZ)|
|Ireland:||Institution of Engineers of Ireland (IEI)|
The Malaysian Engineering Accreditation Council has recently been accepted as a probationary signatory of the Washington Accord, which is a forum where signatory members recognize each other’s engineers to realize the global mobility of engineers. So far USA, UK, South Africa, New Zealand, Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, and Ireland are signatories in the Washington Accord, while Germany, Malaysia, Japan, and Singapore are probationary signatories.
Multimedia University (MMU) Engineering Facilities & Labs at the Faculty of Engineering Cyberjaya Campus
FOE has more than 20 modern well-equipped teaching laboratories. The labs are used for engineering experiments and student projects. Research labs are also opened to students participating in various research projects undertaken by the faculty. Some of the FOE teaching labs are:
- Wave Radiation Lab – research related to wave radiation and electromagnetic waves.
- Nanotechnology Lab – teaching and R&D related to nanotechnology and nano-electronics.
- Optical Labs 1 & 2 – undergraduate lab experiments in the field of optical engineering.
- Project Labs 1, 2 & 3 – experiments related to final year projects.
- Intel Multi-Core Processing Lab – research and teaching related to microprocessor multicore
technology and parallel processing training/curriculum.
- Microprocessor Lab – experiments related to advanced microprocessors and microcontrollers.
- Multimedia Computing Lab – general computing needs and lab experiments that require the use of MATLAB, ERACS and various other multimedia software.
- Panasonic Lab – experiments related to VLSI design, computer networking and architecture simulation.
- Control and Automation Lab – experiments related to industrial electronics, robotics and instrumentation systems. Also supports experiments related to microelectronics, digital logic design and field theory.
- Machine and Drive Lab – experiments in energy conversion, machines, drives and other power related subjects.
Energy System Lab – experiments related to power and energy systems.
- Embedded System & DSP Lab – teaching and R&D related to embedded systems and digital signal processing.
- Electronics Labs 1 & 2 – experiments related to analog and digital electronic systems.
- Intel Advanced Architecture Lab – general computing needs and experiments related to computer architecture.
- Multimedia Design Lab – general computing needs and work related to development of multimedia software.
- PCB Workshop – to fabricate printed circuit boards (PCB) for their projects.
- Telecommunications Lab – experiments in the field of telecommunication that includes fixed line communication, mobile communication and satellite communication.
- Applied Electromagnetic Lab – experiments and research related to antenna, propagation, radar and microwave devices.
- Intel Microelectronics Lab – IC design and RF courses, as well as for research in the area of integrated circuit design, RF, and network processor.
- Alcatel Lab, Nokia Lab, and NTT Research Lab – R&D work.
Job Prospects in Malaysia and Globally for Engineering Graduates from Multimedia University (MMU)
Bachelor of Engineering (Hons.) Electrical.
This major trains the student to acquire expertise in electrical circuits and electromagnetics, with focus on power generation, transmission & distribution, as well as the latest technologies in renewable energy.
As an electrical engineer, our graduates have been employed by various companies, such as Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB), Telekom Malaysia (TM) Berhad, Schneider Electric Sdn. Bhd. and ABB Sdn. Bhd. Example positions are power plant engineer, power transmission and distribution engineer, electrical maintenance engineer, electric energy mananger, and control and automation engineer.
Bachelor of Engineering (Hons.) Electronics.
Focuses on electronics, semiconductors, microelectronics, embedded systems, VLSI/ULSI designs, robotics and radio frequency electronics, for general and advanced consumer electronics designs, microelectronics, analog and digital ICs and communications. Our electronics engineering graduates have been recruited by the likes of Agilent, Altera, Avago, Digi, Ericsson, Huawei, Infineon, Intel, Mini-Circuits, Maxis, Motorola Solutions, National Instruments, National Semiconductor, Rohde & Schwarz, Silterra, Sony, Telekom Malaysia, Westen Digital, Avago and ZTE. Upon graduation, EE graduates are able to take leadership position in various sectors such as Semiconductor, IC Design, Industrial Automation, Research and development, Electronic Embedded Systems, Technical sales and marketing etc. They can work as Application Engineer, Design Solution Engineer, Research & Development Engineer, Firmware/Embedded Software, Test Application Developer, Product Engineer, PCB Design Engineer, Process Engineer, System Integration Engineer, Computer System Architect and Technical Marketing Engineer.
Bachelor of Engineering (Hons.) Electronics Majoring in Telecommunications.
Focuses on the design & implementation of communication systems for processing and transmitting information, and the creation of applications for mobile phones and Internet-based services. Job prospects can be found in Wired and Wireless Service Providers, Satellite Telecommunication Manufacturers, Internet Service Providers, Customer Premise Equipment Manufacturers, Communication Equipment Manufacturers, Mobile Content and Applications Developers. Employers of our telecommunications engineering graduates include Agilent Technologies, Avago, Axiata, Digi, Ericsson, Huawei Technologies, Intel, Maxis, MIMOS, Motorola Solutions, Samsung, Sony, Telekom Malaysia, ZTE, etc. Possible positions are Communications Network Engineer, Wireless Hardware Development Engineer, Embedded Wireless Software Engineer, Mobile Applications Developer, Telecommunications Equipment Engineer and Sales and Customer Support Engineer.
Bachelor of Engineering (Hons.) Electronics Majoring in Computer.
This major focuses on both the hardware and software aspects of computers and digital systems. This includes Software development, Hardware Manufacturing, Business Computing, Web-based services and Systems support. Over the past 15 years since the inception of our computer engineering programme, our graduates have been sought by employers in the computer and digital industry such as Microsoft, Intel, IBM, Shell, Celcom, Maybank, Digi, Esso, DHL and Accenture. Many graduates also work in companies that are not known as computer companies including Agilent, Astro, Infineon, Maxis, Motorola, National Instruments, Panasonic and TM because computer engineers are needed in every industry.
Bachelor of Engineering (Hons.) Electronics Majoring in Nanotechnology.
Nanotechnology is an emerging field for the next generation of electronics, materials and devices leveraging on the exploratory potential of nanotechnology. Potential career opportunities are in Nanotechnology, Electronics, Semiconductor, Telecommunication, Optoelectronics, Green Energy and Research and Academic. The graduates may working as Research Engineer/Scientist, Microfabrication Engineer, Test and Characterization Engineer, Process and Device Engineer, Products Reliability Engineer, Electronics Engineer, Process Engineer, Manufacturing Engineer, Product Engineer, Quality Control/Assurance Engineer, Failure Analysis Engineer, Field Application Engineer, Customer Service Engineer, Telecommunication Engineer, R&D Engineer, Safety Engineer, Sales Engineer, Service Engineer, Facility Engineer and Assistant Lecturer/Tutor. Our nanotechnology engineering graduates have found work in different industrial companies such as Intel Electronics, Freescale Semiconductor, Finisar, Western Digital, Agilent Technologies, Altera Corporation, Huawei Technologies, Telekom Malaysia, ZTE, Flextronics, Avago, Lumiled and AMD.
Bachelor of Engineering (Hons.) Electronics Majoring in Optical Engineering.
This major focuses on the design and development of photonics & optoelectronic devices for the visual, telecommunication, solar and display industries. Examples of engineering position for graduate in B.Eng Electronics Majoring in Optical Engineering (OPE) include Application Engineer, Technical Marketing Engineer, Research & Development Engineer, Test Development Engineer, AOI Specialist Product Engineer, Quality & Reliability Engineer, Process Engineer and Field Engineer. This highly revolutionary major produces graduates demanded by the advanced electronics industry, and some employers of our graduates include Agilent, Altera, Avago, Flextronics, Halliburton, Infineon, Intel, National Instruments, National Semiconductor, OSRAM, Pentamaster, Philips Lumined, Silterra, Sony, Telekom Malaysia, TTVision, Vistapoint, Vitrox Tech etc.
Entry Requirements for the Engineering Programmes at Multimedia University (MMU) Cyberjaya and Melaka
Foundation in Engineering Entry Requirements
- Pass SPM / O Level or its equivalent with minimum of grade C in at least five (5) subjects, inclusive of English, Mathematics and one Engineering-related subject.
- Pass UEC with minimum of grade B in at least four (4) subjects inclusive of Mathematics, English and one Engineering-related subject.
- Other equivalent qualification recognised by the Malaysian Government
Diploma in Electrical & Electronic Engineering & Diploma in Telecommunication Engineering Entry Requirements
- Pass SPM/O-level or its equivalent with minimum of grade C in at least four (4) subjects, inclusive of Mathematics and one Science / Engineering subject and a pass in English
Pass UEC with minimum of grade B in at least three (3) subjects inclusive of Mathematics, and one Science subject
- Pass certificate in a related field from a recognised institution.
Engineering Degree Entry Requirements
- Pass Foundation / Matriculation in related field from a recognised institution
- Pass STPM / A Level or its equivalent with 3 principals inclusive of Mathematics and Physics
- Pass Diploma in related field from a recognised institution
- Pass UEC with minimum of grade B in at least five (5) subjects inclusive of Mathematics and Physics
Multimedia University (MMU) Faculty of Engineering Cyberjaya is an Award-Winning University in Malaysia
Multimedia University (MMU) was awarded the Premier Digital Tech University status by the Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE), in recognition of its achievements and dedication in offering top-notch digital technology courses, and in doing so ensuring the continued supply of highly-skilled graduates needed by the digital economy locally and globally.
Multimedia University (MMU) is ranked 179th in Asia according to Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) World University rankings for 2018. The 2017 QS World University Rankings by Subject again listed MMU as one of the highest ranked private universities in Malaysia for Electrical & Electronics Engineering and Computer Science & Information Systems.
In 2009, MMU was ranked at 171 by THES-QS in the Asian University Rankings, the first private university in Malaysia to achieve such a feat. From 2015-2017 MMU has been ranked top 151-200 worldwide by QS World University Rankings by subject Electrical and Electronics Engineering. MMU is ranked 151-200 by QS World University Ranking 2014 & 2017 in the category of Computer Science and Information systems. In 2012, for Communication and Media Studies. Also, two of MMU’s engineering professors have been named Top Research Scientists Malaysia by the Academy of Sciences Malaysia.
MMU was rated tier 5 (Excellent) in the Malaysian Ministry of Higher Education SETARA Rating in 2010, 2011 & 2013. This is the highest rating achieved by all institutions. About 290 of Multimedia University lecturers possess a Phd qualification. Every year, more than 97 per cent of Multimedia University (MMU) graduates are able to secure employment within six months of graduating.
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