UniMAP Quality Policy & Objectives

UniMAP Quality Policy & Objectives

UniMAP Quallity Policy

Universiti Malaysia Perlis (UniMAP) is committed in managing high quality academic programmes to produce human resources and human capital capable of meeting the needs of stakeholders.

UniMAP is committed to practise professional, efficient and effective academic management with emphasis on continuous improvement in making UniMAP internationally competitive.

UniMAP QUALITY OBJECTIVES

• 40% of graduates attain CGPA of 3.00.

• 40% of lecturers with PhD or its equivalent.

• Ratio of academic staff to undergraduates at 1:15.

• Employee satisfaction index of 85% and above annually.

• Student satisfaction index of 80% and above annually

• Four Professional Engineers (PE) or its equivalent for every engineering programme.


For more info, please contact:

Centre for Corporate Development and Quality Management (PUSPEK)
En. Muhammad Hidham Haris
Administrative Officer (ISO Unit)
Tel : +604 979 8645
E-mail : hidham@unimap.edu.my

Last Update: 18 March 2019

UniMAP Quallity Policy

Universiti Malaysia Perlis (UniMAP) is committed in managing high quality academic programmes to produce human resources and human capital capable of meeting the needs of stakeholders.

UniMAP is committed to practise professional, efficient and effective academic management with emphasis on continuous improvement in making UniMAP internationally competitive.

UniMAP QUALITY OBJECTIVES

• 40% of graduates attain CGPA of 3.00.

• 40% of lecturers with PhD or its equivalent.

• Ratio of academic staff to undergraduates at 1:15.

• Employee satisfaction index of 85% and above annually.

• Student satisfaction index of 80% and above annually

• Four Professional Engineers (PE) or its equivalent for every engineering programme.


For more info, please contact:

Centre for Corporate Development and Quality Management (PUSPEK)
En. Muhammad Hidham Haris
Administrative Officer (ISO Unit)
Tel : +604 979 8645
E-mail : hidham@unimap.edu.my

Last Update: 18 March 2019