Multimedia University (MMU)

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Cyberjaya Campus

In 1996 the government of Malaysia was looking for methods to liberalise higher education in the nation, and to involve the private education sector in the development of this critical sector of human capital building. As such, the Ministry of Education was looking for an established private company to kick off the pilot project for university building. In October 1996, the then Telekom Malaysia was given the distinction by the Ministry of Education to set up the first private university in Malaysia. It was considered an honour to be given such trust by the government to spearhead the privatization of higher education. Being a natural extension of the existing ITTM campuses that TM already runs, TM accepted the invitation and Universiti Telekom was established in Melaka.

Melaka Campus

Located strategically in the vicinity of serene residential areas, booming industrial sites and the scenic Ayer Keroh tourist spot, MMU (Melaka...

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About

Cyberjaya Campus

In 1996 the government of Malaysia was looking for methods to liberalise higher education in the nation, and to involve the private education sector in the development of this critical sector of human capital building. As such, the Ministry of Education was looking for an established private company to kick off the pilot project for university building. In October 1996, the then Telekom Malaysia was given the distinction by the Ministry of Education to set up the first private university in Malaysia. It was considered an honour to be given such trust by the government to spearhead the privatization of higher education. Being a natural extension of the existing ITTM campuses that TM already runs, TM accepted the invitation and Universiti Telekom was established in Melaka.

Melaka Campus

Located strategically in the vicinity of serene residential areas, booming industrial sites and the scenic Ayer Keroh tourist spot, MMU (Melaka Campus) began as the Institute of Telecommunications and Information Technology (ITTM) established in May 1993. It currently houses Faculty of Engineering and Technology, Faculty of Information Science and Technology, Faculty of Business, Faculty of Law, Learning Institute for Empowerment and the Institute for Postgraduate Studies.

Johor Campus

The MMU Johor Campus offers the Bachelor of Cinematic Arts (Honours) programme as part of MMU’s objective to be a talent feeder into the nation workforce for the film and creative industry. Collaborating with University of Southern California, the Cinematic Arts programme aims to develop Malaysia’s next generation of filmmakers. Administered by the Faculty of Cinematic Arts, the campus stands with an area of 45,000 sq. feet, where it can accommodate 500 students. It houses a Digital Library, post production laboratories, shooting stage, recording studio, workshops, among others.

 

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