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Al-Madinah International (Malaysia) SDN BHD Company ROC no: P Al-Madinah International University MEDIU
BACKGROUND Institution: Al-Madinah International University (MEDIU) Location : 11 TH Floor, Plaza Masalam 2, Jalan Tengku Ampuan Zabedah E/9E, Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia. Establishment: Total Students/MM Faculty: 140 (2009) Total Staff/MM Faculty: 15 (2009) Total Revenue and Profits (2013): RM13.0M and RM2.3M Validity (date) Date of approval or application to MOHE Ref. No. of MOHE approvalApprovals received or applications made for approvals No -26 December 2006KPT (JPS)600-07/71/JId. 1(23)Establishment of the Institution1 Five Years 19 June June 2007KPT/JPS/DFT/US/ B22Certificate of Registration of Institution May 2009KPT(JPS)600-07/71/Jld. 4(7)Changes to the Board of Directors and Shareholding Structure 3
BACKGROUND- Shareholders. ShareholdersShareShare / RMCitizenship HH Prince Dr. Bandar bin Salman bin Muhammad AlSaud 16 %RM160,000Saudi Arabia AlThubaiti, Abdulbari Awwadh A14 %RM140,000Saudi Arabia AlMuhaisin, Abdul Muhsin bin Abdullah A 14 %RM140,000Saudi Arabia AlYahya, Yahya Ibrahim A14 %RM140,000Saudi Arabia Al-Dakhil, Abdullah Bin Abdul Aziz A 14 %RM140,000Saudi Arabia Al-Amudi, Omar bin Aboud M14 %RM140,000Saudi Arabia Dr. Muhammad bin Khalifal A AlTamimi 14 %RM140,000Saudi Arabia Total100%RM 1,000,000
Total number of Courses Applied: 5 Programmes MSC Package: Selected Incentives Choice of Tax Incentive: Pioneer Status PROFILE OF APPLICATION
Prof. Dr. Abbou Fouad Mohammed Deputy Rector, Academic Affairs Faculty Council QA-2 Faculty of Computer and Information Technology Diploma in Information Technology Diploma in Business Information System Bachelor of Information Technology (Hons) Bachelor of Information Tech. in Mgmt Information Sys. (Hons) Bachelor of Information Tech. in System Dev. Admin (Hons) Dr. Abid Abdelouahab Dean Faculty of Computer and Information Technology Ayman Kamel Salim Jaradat Head of Computer Science Dept. Omer Muwaffak Abdalla Head of Multimedia & Networking Dept.
COMPLIANCE WITH MSC REQUIREMENTS QA-1 ICT Infrastructure Labs PCs PC to student ratio 1:81:121:171:231:31 IT/MM Equipment Expenditure (million) RM1.754RM1.824RM2.285RM4.107RM5.567 Campus Bandwidth 10Mbps16Mbps20Mbps25Mbps30Mbps
Highlights: Wireless Access Capability provided (802.11a, b and g) WLAN access at Learning Centre. 10Mbps Bandwidth in Mediu’s co-location in Cyberjaya. Web-based digital library available with the utilisation of Digital Library Management System (DLMS). Internally developed Learning Management System (LMS) and Campus. Management System (CMS) that integrates the latest e-learning technology. 99% uptime guarantee for any network failures. Daily back-up and disaster recovery at the headquarters (Shah Alam). Implementing server virtualization to optimize costs and return on investment. Two(2) dedicated 2Mbps and 3Mbps lines from HQ to Cyberjaya and Internet respectively. 1Mbps dedicated leased lines in Mediu’s Learning Centres in Jogjakarta and Makassar, Indonesia QA-1 ICT Infrastructure
ItemsDetail Leadership Assoc. Prof. Dr. Abid Abdelouahab (Ph.D. in Information Technology, MMU 2007) More than 12 years working experience Staff training policyStaff training policy for each staff is 5 days/year Average teaching load Average of about 12 hours/week Faculty PartnershipsMultimedia University, Office Gate Sdn. Bhd. Age GroupAverage age of Faculty of Computer and Information Technology members is in the 30 – 35 year range Participation in Events Conferences/Workshops QA-2 Faculty of Computer and Information Technology
Student per lecturer QA-3 Teaching K-Workers Currently, 100% of total MM faculty staff are FT teaching k-workers (100% Masters Degree qualification and above)
QA-4 Courses Applied All the 5 Programmes ( 2 Diplomas) and (3 Bachelors) to be offered, obtained the approval from MOHE and MQA. Total Fees of Diploma in Information Technology (DIT) and Diploma in Business Information System are between MYR 12,399 to MYR 13,045 for Full Time Students, and MYR12,849 to MYR13,495 for Part Time students. Total Fees of IT Bachelors are between MYR 24,035 to MYR 24,197 for Full Time Students, and MYR 24,635 to MYR 24,797 for Part Time students.
SPM/SPMV/’O’ LEVEL DIPLOMA YEAR 2 DIPLOMA YEAR 3 Diploma in Information Technology Diploma in Business Information System DIPLOMA YEAR 1 Academic Pathways for MEDIU STPM/STAM/’A’ LEVEL /FOUNDATION Bachelor of Information Technology (Hons) Bachelor of Information Tech. in Mgmt Information Sys. (Hons) Bachelor of Information Tech. in System Dev. Admin (Hons) Post Graduate BACHELOR YEAR 4 BACHELOR YEAR 3 BACHELOR YEAR 2 BACHELOR YEAR 1
Current and Projected Enrolment (2009 & 2013): QA-4 Courses Applied ProgrammeCoursesCurrent 2009 Projected 2013 BachelorBachelor of Information Technology (Hons) Bachelor of Information Tech. in Mgmt Information Sys. (Hons) Bachelor of Information Tech. in System Dev. Admin (Hons) Total90705 DiplomaDiploma in Information Technology25200 Diploma in Business Information System Total50400
QA-4 Courses Applied – Projected Graduates Over the period of 5 years ( ), MEDIU will be producing a total of 314 Bachelor and Diploma graduates specializing in Information Technology
QA-5 R & D Activities ITEMDETAILS Research Strength/ Focus Communication Networks Computer Security FundingE-Science Funding HighlightsInternally developed systems being used in all branches; possible commercialisation in the future. Technology Division: SYSTEMS CMS (Campus Management system) CMS, which is currently operational, covers the major aspects of the University’s campus operations and management. ALIM (Advanced Learning and Interactive Management System) A comprehensive one-stop centre, or student portal, to support and enhance the learning process. DIGITAL LIBRARY MEDIU's Digital library allows students to access a virtual library and to browse the references, numerous digitized and scanned books, online journals, and other sources of information with the support of a cataloging system (DLMS).
ITEMDETAILS HighlightsCOURSEWARE- As part of the move towards realizing the full potential of a virtual learning environment by the University, the internal courseware team is responsible for developing the courseware materials used by the students. COMPLETED COURSEWARE: Currently, courseware modules have been developed and completed for a total of 20 of the current courses offered by the University. PLANNED COURSEWARE: In view of the increase in number of courses offered, a total of 70 courseware modules are planned for development in WEBSITE- The University’s website is the main source for the public to view the latest news and activities. This website is maintained and updated by well trained and professional in- house webmasters. SECTIONS: Currently, the University’s website has a total of 23 main features of interest. VISITORS: As the University continues to grow, the website is being enhanced and updated on a regular basis to provide visitors with the latest news and information. In 2008 the number of visitors to the website reached 104,260 over an eight month, i.e. 13,000 on average per month. In 2009 the number of visitors is about 14,000 per month on average. FREE ONLINE SERVICES: Free services are available as part of Mediu's outreach responsibility to the student community. These useful services include: Online MAPT(Mediu’s Arabic Placement Test) and MEPT(Mediu’s English Placement Test) Free Digital Library Membership Online CRM(Customer Relation Management) and free request for Information FAQs QA-5 R & D Activities
MEDIU’s CMS System MEDIU’s LMS system (ALIM) MEDIU’s Digital Library MEDIU’s CRM system MEDIU’s Technologies Systems. MEDIU’s Learning centers Learning centers
KEY FINANCIALS Sales R&D xxx Revenue R&D and IT Financial Comments: Net Profit Revenues expected to grow to RM13.015M in 5 years with average net profit margin of 32% Majority of revenues come from the Bachelor’s programme Investment in R&D and IT equipment expected to increase to RM9.659M by 2013.
VALUE PROPOSITION Flexibility for Students. MEDIU's Programs allow students the freedom to study online anytime, and anywhere. Affordable higher education system. Strategic location in Klang Valley. Producing relevant knowledge workers to the MSC in the fields of Information Technology, Electrical and Electronic and Business Computing.
VISUALS from Al-Madinah International University (MEDIU)
MEDIU's HQ & Shah Alam’s Learning Center Location
MEDIU’s Head Quarters
MEDIU’s Shah Alam Learning center
MEDIU's Technologies infrastructure
Shah Alam’s Learning center Lab (1)
Shah Alam’s Learning center Lab (2)
MEDIU’s overseas Learning Centers Multimedia Labs MEDIU’s Sulawesi/ Indonesia. LC Lab MEDIU’s Yogyakarta / Indonesia. LC Lab MEDIU’s MADINAH / Saudi Arabia. LC Lab MEDIU’s London/ UK. LC Lab
MEDIU’s Future Main Campus Project in Cyberjaya. Phase one to be completed by 2013
Educational Tourism Malaysia is emerging as one of the early pioneers in establishing itself in educational tourism. The establishment of MEDIU in Shah Alam, and later plans to move its main campus in Cyberjaya will greatly contribute in attracting and offering international students a wide choice in terms of courses. Supporting the Nation vision to be an Educational hub. This directly support the concept of Malaysia becoming a regional education hub to raise the capacity for knowledge and innovation in the country. Creation of an employments & Research Opportunities for the Locals. MEDIU will bring intellectual capital to Malaysia, enhancing collaboration with local universities through joint research projects and student exchange programs. It also generates academic job opportunities for university graduates. Supporting the Nation economy, by bring fund & investor from Middle east. Malaysia is promoting regional and international integration by intensifying economic linkages with major economies in Asia and in other regions. MEDIU efforts foster investment ties in education with other potential partners from the Middle East. Enriching the local society with Islamic & moral cultures exchange. (MEDIU will move to Cyberjay & build Madinah Mosque). This promotes cultural tourism in term of rich Islamic cultural diversity in the country. RECOMMENDATIONS