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Multimedia University

Pre-Bachelor's programmes

Computer Science & IT (2)
Arts, Design & Architecture (1)
Business & Management (1)
Engineering & Technology (1)
Humanities (1)
Journalism & Media (1)
Law (1)



With a history that spans more than two decades in the education sector, Multimedia University has undergone countless changes, yet has always maintained its vision and mission to achieve the highest standards of performance in teaching and in the services we offer students, staff  and the community.


A study by Gartner and MSC Malaysia found that MMU is among the top five universities preferred by major ICT players for graduate employment — a testament to the quality of our academicians, curriculum, student development programmes and our solid reputation with the industries.


The Research and Innovation (R&I) Division, led by Vice President (R&I), was established in early 2008 to spearhead and manage research activities in Multimedia University (MMU). Prior to the establishment of the R&I Division, the responsibility to plan, coordinate, implement and monitor all R&I activities as well as postgraduate programmes in MMU was placed under Centre for Research and Postgraduate Programmes (CRPP). In addition to the above-mentioned core functions, the new R&I Division also plays an important role to synergise the development of Research-Innovation-Commercialisation (R-I-C) nexus in all research activities.


More than 2000 visitors attended Multimedia University (MMU) Career Fair 2020 on 7 and 8 January at Dewan Tun Canselor, Cyberjaya. The two-day programme is an annual effort by the students with the partnership of Graduan and GTI Media from gradMalaysia. With its slogan “Break Barriers, Land Careers”, this event provides an avenue for career opportunities and internships as well as to meet some of Malaysia’s best employers under one roof.

Global Student Satisfaction Awards 2019

GSSA 2019

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University Ranking

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Student services

Career counseling enables students to understand their values, interests and skills and to research a variety of career options. The career planning process also assists in learning to manage job/life transitions.

Housing services

Find out our accommodation options in all of our campuses.

  • Cyberjaya
  • Melaka
  • Johor

Library services

We proudly serve MMU communities free services in term of educating library users whether academician, student, staff, or member of the public, on how to use the library and its services. The main purpose is to build user’s skills in accessing a variety of library resources available in the library and to guide users on how to use the resources and services provided by the library.

Student Life

Campus life

With its diverse mix of ethnicities and tropical weather all year long, Malaysia is a place unlike any other. Located in Southeast Asia, the country is a melting pot of culture, food and celebrations, besides having blessed with world-famous tourist attractions all over the country.

Kuala Lumpur, the capital of Malaysia, is a vibrant and bustling metropolis that never sleeps. With Petronas Twin Towers as the major landmark decorating its skyline, the city also boasts a well-connected public transportation, besides being one of the greatest shopping destinations in the region.

Student Reviews

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Anonymous rated 2 out of 5 stars

The main focus of the teaching style is to make students workers which i have a problem with. The main goal supposed to be creating leaders. The people are nice and it is a beautiful country but they assume every international student is rich and i have alot of issues with that even the staff will say things like you are a foreigner just pay and i was charged more than 2...


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