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Career Prospects and Career Paths

Graduates of the programme are expected to work as:

a) Teachers in government or private schools, and matriculation centres.
b) Teaching staff at Community Colleges.
c) Teaching assistants, tutors or research assistants in higher learning institutions.

Cross Campus

Students are given opportunities to enroll courses in the local and foreign universities participating in the Cross Campus Programme.

Support for students and their learning

A. Personal Supports

  • Academic Advisor
  • Counselling
  • Induction programme for orientation and introducing study skills
  • Students academic handbook (CD-ROM included)

B. Infrastructure Supports

  • Internet access
  • e-learning
  • Digital library
  • Email and personal web for students
  • Health care and Recreational

C. Financial Supports

  • Scholarships from the Ministry of Education
  • Loans from Perbadanan Tabung Pendidikan Tinggi Negara (PTPTN)

Methods for evaluating and improving the quality and standard of teaching and learning

1. Students performance in terms of:

  • KB (Good Standing)
  • KS (Conditional Standing)
  • KG (Failure Standing)
  • GPA (Grade Point Average)
  • CGPA (Cummulative Grade Point Average)
  • GOT (Graduating on Time)
  • CR (Completion Rate)

2. Employability

  • Exit survey
  • Alumni survey
  • Market survey

3. Lecturer's performance

  • Teaching evaluation by students (e-PPP)
  • Annual staff appraisal (e-LPPT)
  • Faculty teaching & learning committee
  • FP Quality Award
  • UTM Teaching & Learning Award
  • Courses & Workshops for Lecturers

4. Curriculum Review

  • Faculty academic committee
  • Laboratory attachment training survey
  • External examiner reports
  • Advisory reports
  • Students e-Portfolio
  • CRR (Course Review Report)
  • PRR (Programme Review Report)
  • Generic Skills Evaluation
    (Performance Criteria Report)

5. Delivery system

  • Academic Quality Assurance Committee
  • CSI (Customer Satisfaction Index)
  • SSI (Student Satisfaction Index)
  • AKNC (Vice Chancellor Quality Award) audit report
  • MQA standard


UTM Degree ++ Programme

Students are encouraged to take up selected short courses designed to help them enhancing their professional character building. Upon completion of the course, the students will be given a due recognition stated in their transcripts (called UTM Degree++). Some of the short courses are:

a) A Hands-on Course to Develop Multimedia Learning Materials for Selected Science and Maths Topics
b)A Practical Approach on How to Manage Students with Behavioural Problems and Special Educational Needs
c)A Short Course on Management of Co-Curricular Activities for Non-Specialist Teachers
d)Advance Approach on Promoting Creativity and Innovative Thinking in Science and Mathematics for School Students
e)Comprehensive Course on MIS for New Teachers
f)Enhancement Course for Non-Prescriptive Educational Software
g) Specialised Video Production


Learning Facilities

In addition to the conducive lecture halls, tutorial rooms, seminar rooms and science laboratories, the Faculty of Education is well equipped with:

  • Computer Laboratory
  • Multimedia Laboratory
  • Photography Laboratory
  • Audio / Video Laboratory
  • Graphic Laboratory
  • Information Technology Training Centre
  • Counselling Laboratory
  • Chemistry Laboratory (Faculty of Science)
  • Outward bound (for Outdoor Education)
  • Language Lab

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