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About the Polytechnic

BACKGROUND ESTABLISHMENT OF POLYTECHNIC

Ministry of Higher Education Malaysia (MOHE) aims to produce graduates at semi-professional level in engineering, commerce, hospitality, ICT and services, and provide alternative routes to education high, namely to public or private institutions for post-secondary students the Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia and Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (Vocational) and graduates of polytechnics and colleges community. At the session of July 2015, there were 96069 students enrolled in the diploma programs and degree programs. MOHE polytechnics was first introduced in 1969 by the Colombo Plan with the establishment of the first polytechnic Polytechnic Ungku Omar, Ipoh. education polytechnics have enhanced and strengthened with the recommendation of the Committee The Cabinet reviewed the implementation of the Basic Education (1979), the Cabinet Committee About Exercise (1991) and the National Industrial Master Plan (1985-1995). so that now there are 30 polytechnics and Three polytechnics that are operating in the city across the country

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Politeknik Malaysia

Why Us

Polytechnic education was introduced in Malaysia with funding from the World Bank and in collaboration with the Colombo Plan in 1969. In its endeavour to meet the growing demand for skilled human capital today, the Ministry of Higher Education is constantly upgrading the country's polytechnic system and has plans to transform polytechnic education to be more attractive to students. Currently, there are 33 polytechnics in the country which can be divided into three categories - premier, conversional and metro. These polytechnics provide skilled semi-professionals in the fields of engineering, commerce and hospitality at diploma and advanced diploma levels to meet the demand of the public and private sectors.

Vision and Mission

VISION
TVET institutions become premier industry-led

  MISSION
1. Provide access to quality TVET program and recognized
2. Develop curriculum-led industry and increasing the willingness of graduates through coordinated industry participation
3. To produce graduates balanced and sustainable entrepreneurship through programs that dynamic and sustainable
4. Gained international recognition through cooperation and active participation in community TVET

Programmes

Polytechnics offers various home-grown Diploma programmes in the fields of Engineering, Computing, Architecture, Business, Language or Science.

Our Clients

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