ACADEMIC MANAGEMENT AND ADMISSION DIVISION

ACADEMIC MANAGEMENT AND ADMISSION DIVISION

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Academic Management and Admission Division (AMAD)

Rectory Building

International Islamic University Malaysia

P.O. Box 10, 50728

Kuala Lumpur, MALAYSIA


     
Admission Matters
+603 6196 4000 ext: 4040/4028/4048/4047

Academic Matters
+603 6196 4000 ext: 4033/3991/4025

+603 6196 4724/4160

amad@iium.edu.my



Last Update : 31 May 2018

About Us



The Academic Management and Admission Division (AMAD) was formerly known as Admissions and Records Division (A&R). AMAD is headed by a Director and assisted by two Deputy Directors (Academic Staff) and two Deputy Directors (Administrative Staff). It collaborates with the Kulliyyahs and academic centres in planning, implementing and monitoring undergraduate academic activities, so that the University's mision and vision can be realised and that excellence, fairness and equality are maintained in all academic programmes.

Among its major functions are:

  • To maintain and secure accurate and confidential academic records for all currently enrolled undergraduate students, graduates and former students of the University;
  • To facilitate and support the University in searching and recruiting high quality students for admission into the University.
  • To serve as the secretariat to the University Senate meetings. As the Senate Secretariat, AMAD is entrusted to organise Senate meetings, Pre and Post Senate meetings and Graduation & Awards meetings.

AMAD aims to excel in managing undergraduate academic activities responding to the diverse educational needs of the Muslim Ummah. AMAD is committed to excellence and innovation in the management of academic administration activities by internalizing the spirit of the Garden of Knowledge and Virtue. As part of this commitment, AMAD is dedicated to support student-centered learning environment, and values its constituency and the diversity of the ideas, contributions and achievements.

 

As of January 2016 / Rabi'ul Akhir 1437H








(Updated June 2018)