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Office of Corporate Communication 

Director,
Office of Corporate Communication,
International Islamic University Malaysia
P.O. Box 10 50728 Kuala Lumpur
MALAYSIA
+6 03 - 6196 5881 / 5891

The Office of Corporate Communication is responsible for representing and promoting IIUM to both the media and public, within and outside of the University. The Office is also involved in all aspects of dissemination of information regarding the activities of IIUM, ranging from press releases to responding to news and stories on the University.

Additionally, the Corporate Communication also deals with enquiries from the media from the national press to overseas media. These can range from requests for policy statements, acting as spokespersons for media interviews (including radio and television), handling enquiries regarding activities of the IIUM community, supplying photographic materials, ad hoc media events, or launches or press conferences. The Corporate Communication is also the first point of call for the media in a crisis situation.

Office of Corporate Strategy 

Director,
Office of Corporate Strategy 
International Islamic University Malaysia
P.O. Box 10 50728 Kuala Lumpur
MALAYSIA
+6 03 - 6196 5855 / 5854

The Office of Corporate Strategy & Quality Assurance (CSQA), IIUM was established on 1 June 2008, and plays an important role in ensuring that the Strategic Plan of the University is implemented, and that Quality Assurance is carried out in a systematic and efficient way in line with the University's mission.

The Office is also responsible for developing strategies so as to promote good practices of quality assurance and quality enhancement in the University.

The Office of CSQA has been established by the merging of two offices, namely; the Office of Planning Unit and the Office of Quality assurance Unit. The Office of Corporate Strategy & Quality Assurance (CSQA) is been divided into 3 units; namely Quality Assurance & Administration, Corporate Strategy & Planning, and Corporate Performance Management & Reporting.

Office of Internal Audit 

Director,
Office of Internal Audit ,
International Islamic University Malaysia,
P.O. Box 10,
50728, Kuala Lumpur
MALAYSIA
+603-6196 4166 /4102 /4167

Internal Audit objectives are to ensure that the directives, policies, and procedures of the University are carried out in accordance with the University's rules and regulations and good management practices, as well as to assist all levels of administration in the effective performance of their responsibilities and the efficient achievement of their objectives.

In achieving these objectives, audit activities will generally consist of:

  • Reliability and integrity of financial and operating information
  • Ensure compliance with policies, procedures, laws and regulations
  • Assure assets are safeguarded
  • Appraise the economic and efficient use of resources
  • Determine if operations are accomplishing objectives and goals

The Internal Audit will also endeavor in adding value and further improve the IIUM's operations as well as evaluating and improving the effectiveness of risk management, control and the corporate governance.

Office of Legal Adviser

Director,
Office of the Legal Adviser,
International Islamic University Malaysia,
P.O. Box 10,
50728 Kuala Lumpur,
MALAYSIA
+603-6196 5801 /5802 /5803
The IIUM Legal Unit aims to have a readily available reservoir of trained legal personnel able and willing to provide sound, effective, practical and pragmatic and not merely academic solutions to legal issues arising in the multi faceted affairs of the University, both at national and international planes, with a substratum of the concept of comprehensive excellence tempered with the essential core of Islamic values.

Office of Campus Director (Kuantan Campus)

Director
Office of The Campus Director (Kuantan Campus),
International Islamic University Malaysia,
P.O Box 141,
25710 Kuantan,
Pahang Darul Makmur, MALAYSIA
+609-570 4000 Ext:4025/4036
 

The Office of the Campus Director was established as an administration Centre in 2005. The office is managed by a Campus Director and a Director (Administration). The  primarily function of the office is  to manage and consolidate the administration of all the kulliyyahs, student bodies and other components of the campus. Without having to ‘reinvent the wheels’, the office fast-tracked by establishing and managing the Administrative departments and units mirroring the Gombak Campus.

There are 11 departments and units attached directly under OCD custody which are:

  • General Administration Department
  • Finance Department
  • Academic Affairs Department (ANR)
  • Student Services Department
  • Student Development Department
  • Sports & Recreation Department
  • Counseling Department
  • Information Technology Department
  • Masjid Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah Office
  • Audio visual Unit
  • Transportation Unit

  

Centre for Islamization (CENTRIS)  

 

 
Director
Centre for Islamisation
International Islamic University Malaysia
P.O Box 10,
50728 Kuala Lumpur
MALAYSIA
+603-6196 5780/603-62073475
 
 
IIUM Centre for Islamisation or CENTRIS was established in May 2012 to spearhead the Islamisation mission of the University and systematize its various efforts especially with regard to Islamisation of human knowledge (IOHK). The Distinguished Prof. Tan Sri Dr. Mohd. Kamal Hassan was appointed the Chairman of the Centre together with a Senior Assistant Director, on 1st July 2012. Two months later i.e. on the 1st September 2012, the first Director of the Centre was appointed. 
 

Roles and responsibilities 

CENTRIS is expected to play among others the following roles:
  • To act as a think tank for the University with regard to Islamisation matters
  • To act as the Secretariat for Islamisation KRA of IIUM Strategic Plan
  • To collaborate with various parties within and outside the University in order to enhance its Islamisation mission 
  • To conduct training and retraining programmes regarding Islamisation for the identified target groups
  • To undertake research projects and/or publish materials pertaining to Islamisation.
  • To provide consultancy on Islamisation.
  • To coordinate Islamisation activities in the academic and non-academic areas
 

International Centre for the Alliance of Civilizations (INTAC)

Director
International Centre for the Alliance of Civilization (INTAC)
International Islamic University Malaysia
P.O Box 10, 50728 Kuala Lumpur
Malaysia
+603 61964002
 
 

 

The setting up of the International Centre for the Alliance of Civilization (INTAC) is made in response to the Islamic aspiration of this University, and the consciousness and concern over the mounting social problems that developed from within the Ummah as well as those that come from outside. Among these is the erosion of the family institution which is the stalwart of religious and social life, the propagation and glorification of a culture of violence, immorality and irresponsibility, and in some Muslim countries also social discontent and political unrest, to mention a few of the most disturbing developments. In the context of contemporary Malaysia, there are also the inter-communal and inter-religious issues that could develop into social tension and uneasiness which pose challenges to the amiable pluralistic co-existence of this nation. These surely are matters of serious concern in Islam as well as to committed and conscientious Muslims, particularly to Muslim scholars. Indeed, throughout the history of the Islamic civilization, Muslim scholars have come up-front and center-stage to address social issues and resolve social problems that affect and threaten normal life of the Ummah and the life of humanity as a whole. This is because in Islam, social affairs are personal responsibilities.

The two focuses for this Center are:

  • Intra-civilizational which are intra-religious and intra-communal concerns,  i.e., addressing matters that are related to Muslims and the Ummah
  • Inter-civilizational which are inter-religious and inter-communal issues, i.e., addressing matters that are related to other religions and religious communities