Accessibility and Inclusion in Education: The UiTM Way

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Accessibility and Inclusion in Education: The UiTM Way
Accessibility and Inclusion in Education:
The UiTM Way
GLOMUS Camp 2015
SAHOL HAMID ABU BAKAR
UiTM Vice Chancellor
17 JANUARY 2015
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UNIVERSITI TEKNOLOGI MARA at a glance
HRH The Present King of Malaysia
and Chancellor of UiTM
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GOVERNANCE OF 1 UNIVERSITY 2 SYSTEMS
UNIVERSITI TEKNOLOGI MARA
(UiTM)
SYSTEM 1
UiTM
• Shah Alam 1 Campus
• Shah Alam Satellite
Campus
Research & Postgraduate Focused
Degree Programme
SYSTEM 2
STATE UiTM
• State Campus
• State Satellite Campus
Teaching & learning Focused
FACULTIES & ACADEMIC CENTRES
SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY CLUSTER (13)
Faculty of Medicine
Faculty of Pharmacy
Faculty of Dentistry
Faculty of Health Sciences
Faculty of Civil Engineering
Faculty of Electrical Engineering
Faculty of Chemical Engineering
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
Faculty of Architecture, Planning and
Surveying
Faculty of Applied Sciences
Faculty of Computer & Mathematical
Sciences
Faculty of Planting & Agro-technology
Faculty of Sports & Recreation
MANAGEMENT & BUSINESS CLUSTER (4)
Faculty of Accountancy
Faculty of Business Management
Faculty of Information Studies
Faculty of Hotel Management & Tourism
SOCIAL SCIENCE & HUMANITIES CLUSTER
(7)
Faculty of Law
Faculty of Communication & Media Studies
Faculty of Administrative Science & Policy
Studies
Faculty of Education
Faculty of Art & Design
Faculty of Music
Faculty of Film, Theatre & Animation
CENTRES & INSTITUTES (8)
Arshad Ayub Graduate School of Business
(AAGBS)
Academy of Contemporary Islamic Studies(ACIS)
Academy of Language Studies
Institute for Neo Education Development (InED)
Institute of Postgraduate Studies (IPS)
Foundation Studies Centre(CFS)
i-Learn Centre
Police-UiTM Academy
Centres of Excellence (CoE)
Hi CoE
•Accounting Research Institute (ARI)
•Malaysian Institute of Transport (MITRANS)
University CoE
• Institute of Science (IOS)
• Atta ur-Rahman Institute of Natural Product Chemistry (ARINPC)
• Institute of Infrastructure dan Environmental Services and
Management (IIESM)
• Institute of Forensic Science (IFS)
• Institute for Pharmacogenomics (i-PROMISE)
Strictly Confidential
UiTM’S POSTGRADUATE ENROLLMENT TREND
FROM 1999-2014
10107
9754
8666
10000
9000
7828
8000
7000
6140
6000
4662
5000
4000
3000
2000
1000
0
764 706
1662 1382 1665
1999 2000 2001 2002
MASTERS 751 698 1594 1299
PhD
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68
83
TOTAL
764 706 1662 1382
2003
561
104
1665
2259
2004
2093
166
2259
2805 2765 3012
2005
2475
330
2805
2006
2387
378
2765
2007
2584
428
3012
3514
2008
2947
567
3514
2009
3937
725
4662
2010
5298
842
6140
2011
6339
1489
7828
2012
7016
1650
8666
2013
7908
1846
9754
2014
8133
1974
10107
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STUDENT ENROLMENT 2014
200,000 STUDENTS
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Although UiTM provides maximal access to many students, it
does so without compromising on quality and calibre of
students produced.
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UiTM programmes are accredited by the Malaysian Quality
Accreditation (MQA) and relevant professional bodies at
local and international level.
ACCREDITATION OF UiTM PROGRAMMES
NO.
INTERNATIONAL PROFESSIONAL BODIES
1.
ASSOCIATION OF CERTIFIED CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS (ACCA, UK)
2.
CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT, AUSTRALIA
3.
CHARTERED INSTITUTE OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH
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CHARTERED INSTITUTE OF LOGISTICS & TRANSPORT (CILT, UK)
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CHARTERED INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTANTS (CIMA, UK)
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CHARTERED INSTITUTE OF MARKETING (CIM, UK)
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CHARTERED INSTITUTE OF TRANSPORT LONDON, UK
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CHARTERED INSURANCE INSTITUTE (CII, UK)
9.
INSTITUTE OF CHARTERED SECRETARIES AND ADMINISTRATORS (ICSA, UK)
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INSTITUTION OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERS, IChemE UK
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INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS (ICE), LONDON, UK
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INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGIES, UK
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INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS, IMechE UK
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INTERNATIONAL FEDERATION OF INTERIOR ARCHITECTS DENMARK
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INTERNATIONAL FEDERATION OF PARKS AND RECREATION
ACCREDITATION OF UiTM PROGRAMMES
NO.
INTERNATIONAL PROFESSIONAL BODIES
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ORGANIZATIONAL SYSTEMS RESEARCH ASSOCIATION (OSRA, USA)
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ROYAL INSTITUTE OF BRITISH ARCHITECTS
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ROYAL INSTITUTE OF CHARTERED SURVEYORS (RICS)
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TEXTILE INSTITUTE, UK
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THE CHARTERED INSTITUTE OF BUILDING
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THE CHARTERED INSTITUTE OF ENGLEMERE
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THE COLLEGE OF RADIOGRAPHERS
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THE INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY
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WORLD FEDERATION OF OCCUPATIONAL THERAPISTS
ACCREDITATION OF UiTM PROGRAMMES
NO.
NATIONAL PROFESSIONAL BODIES
1.
BOARD OF ENGINEERS MALAYSIA
2.
INSTITUTE OF LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE MALAYSIA
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BOARD OF ARCHITECTS, MALAYSIA
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PHARMACY BOARD OF MALAYSIA
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NURSING BOARD OF MALAYSIA
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BOARD OF QUANTITY SURVEYORS, MALAYSIA
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LEMBAGA KELAYAKAN , MAHKAMAH TINGGI MALAYA
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MAJLIS PERUBATAN MALAYSIA
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MALAYSIAN ASSOCIATION OF CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS (MACPA)
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MALAYSIAN INSTITUTE OF FOOD TECHNOLOGIST (MIFT)
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MALAYSIAN OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY ASSOCIATION
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MALAYSIAN QUALIFICATION AGENCY
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ASSOCIATION OF PLANNERS MALAYSIA
THE MALAYSIAN ASSOCIATION OF THE INSTITUTE OF CHARTERED SECRETARIES AND
ADMINISTRATORS
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“OUTPUT” INTERNATIONALISATION
DISTRIBUTION OF MOU/MOA BY REGION
North America (9)
Europe (53)
Asia (83)
Africa (2)
Australia & Oceania (16)
INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATIONS (SELECTED)
No.
INSTITUTIONS
1.
UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD, UNITED KINGDOM
2.
MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, USA
3.
UNIVERSITAT STUTTGART, GERMANY
4.
UNIVERSITY OF LA ROCHELLE, FRANCE
5.
MCGILL UNIVERSITY, CANADA
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MCMASTER UNIVERSITY, CANADA
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UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA
8.
INSTITUT TEKNOLOGI BANDUNG, INDONESIA
9.
KYOTO UNIVERSITY, JAPAN
10.
KOREA ADVANCED INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (KAIST), SOUTH KOREA
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FONTYS INTERNATIONAL HOGESCHOOL ECONOMIE, NETHERLANDS
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CHRISTIAN-ABLRECHTS-UNIVERSITAT ZU KIEL, GERMANY
13.
JOHANNES GUTENBERG UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTRE MAINZ, GERMANY
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NAGOYA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, JAPAN
UiTM Contribution to National Human Capital, 2013
Total
(Diploma to PhD)
29 660; 24%
31 493; 26%
Diploma
Bachelor Degree
11 449; 9%
19 980;
29%
9 561;
14%
18 170;
26%
3 064;
10%
1 029; 3%
51 254; 41%
21 578;
31%
26 805;
87%
Research (5 Universities)
UiTM
Comprehensive (3 Universities)
(other than UiTM)
Focused (12 Universities)
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UiTM Contribution to National Work Force
PROFESSIONAL FIELD
Accountancy
Computer Science & Mathematics
Law
Civil Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Chemical Engineering
Applied Science
Architecture
Medical
Nursing
Pharmacy
Dentistry
Total
TOTAL
(until 2014)
22,179
11,718
9,170
7,428
6,574
4,581
1,922
9,517
1,084
800
515
965
114
76,567
NATIONAL NEEDS (2020)
60,000
N/A
N/A
320,000
N/A
160,000
73,000
130,000
N/A
10,000
Purpose of UiTM’s Existence
• To date, UiTM has brought significant impact to the nation
through:
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Producing critical mass of human capital
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Leveraging on economic status of Bumiputera
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Contributing to the national sustainability and prosperity
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Profile of UiTM Students
• UiTM enrols a whole range of students, some of whom
may be short on achievement at entry point. Other
universities pride themselves in polishing gold. UiTM takes
a great deal of ordinary clay and moulds it into works of
art.
• The top range students of UiTM are:
• As good as the top range anywhere else
• Larger in numbers than other top universities in the
country
• For example: in Law, Mass Comm, Engineering,
Architecture, Pharmacy and of course, Music - the elite
of the professions are handsomely represented by UiTM
graduates.
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Achievements
Enrolment Trend (2007 -2014)
200 000
185 042
180 000
178 554
139 634
140 000
126 892
116 233
120 000
99 604
80 000
60 000
40 000
186 484
167 535
160 000
100 000
185 982
102 564
118 189
175 256
187 096
179 632
164 211
138 669
123 479
by November
2014 UiTM Alumni
had exceeded
600,000pax
20 000
0
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Achievements
Growth of Academic Programmes
Total Number of Academic Programme, 1957 - 2014
400
372
347
350
310
323
327
485
353
328
289
300
272
254
250
224
238
213
186
200
163
150
80
100
50
93
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1
0
1957 1967 1977 1987 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014
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QS World University Rankings for
Selected Malaysian Universities and UiTM
UiTM
World
Asia
Malaysia
University
2013
2014
2012
676
238
9
UM
167
151
2013
701+
201-250
7
UKM
269
259
2014
651-700
168
7
UTM
355
294
USM
355
309
UPM
411-420
376
CRITERIA
Academic Reputation
Faculty Student
International Faculty
UIAM
501-550
501-550
Papers per Faculty
Outbound Exchange
Employer Reputation
UiTM
701+
651-700
Citations per Paper
International Students
Inbound Exchange
Source: http://www.topuniversities.com
Indicator
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MOHE Entrepreneurial Award 2012 & 2013
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Selected Success Stories of UiTM
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Academic Staff Recognition
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Recognition of The Vice Chancellor
From Oxford University
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Impact
• UiTM has been a catalyst of social engineering for
Bumiputeras.
• It is perhaps one of the greatest success stories of
the government.
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Impact
• With the present intake policy of democratizing
Bumiputera education and providing places for
upgrading the poor, we are taking part in transforming
the nation.
• There is proof that our efforts to upgrade even the
weakest have produced captains of industries
• On the issue of quality of students, distinction must be
made between quality at entry point and quality at exit
point. from the point of view of social justice, entry
points are less important than exit points. it is not how a
kid begins the race. it is how he ends the race that
matters.
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MDAB:
TRANSFORMING DESTINY of
the poor
SPECIAL CSR PROGRAMME
ENGINEERING THE DESTINY OF
STREET KIDS
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• A large portion of excellent students
based on national exams apply to study
at UiTM and they are chosen based on
merit
• 250K apply for 373 academic
programmes offered but only 25K are
admitted in a year (only about 10%)
• These students form the core group of
our student population
• Recent survey showed that 80% came
from well to do families and from
selected boarding schools
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• But what about the poor and the under
privileged?
• We also mould the low achievers from poor
families to become successful
• We have trained about 20,000 from this group
since 2010
• 85% have been successful in their pre-diploma
programmes and now they are joining the main
stream diploma students
• Our alumni have been supporting this
programme financially
• The Prime Minister is the patron
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UiTM Plays a Role In Bringing Down The Poverty Rate
Malaysia Poverty Rate:
1.0%
600,000
Graduates
2014
49.3%
1970
Dewan
Latehan RIDA
(1956-1965)
1956
Maktab MARA
(1965-1967)
1965
Institut
Teknologi MARA
(1967-1996)
1967
Amendment
of Act 173:
ITM is given
authority to
award
degree from
Bachelors to
PhD (1996)
1996
1999
Universiti
Teknologi MARA
(1999)
2014
FROM
ZERO TO HERO
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My Story
• Poor beginnings, a story of survival
• UiTM – a chance and an opportunity
• Changing my destiny through education
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Conclusion
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Thank you.
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