Academic Advisory System
In general, academic advisory involves matters that relate to student academic achievement. The roles of academic advisor are:
- To facilitate student in adopting the semester system learning style
- To advise student regarding academic matters such as course planning and course registration
- To help instil self-confidence in student
- To identify student academic problems
- To approve student study completion
- To provide academic report and recommendation
Each student shall have an academic advisor during the study program. An academic advisor week is held once every semester.
The objectives of the establishment of the faculty was to produce competent engineering graduates by providing excellent engineering programmes and to enhance wealth creation through research & development, commercialization, collabration and consultation in the area of engineering design, process, automation and system.Pahang is surrounded by the lakes and sea breeze of the South China Sea. The location is in the vicinity of ever growing industrial zone especially automotive industry which acts as a catalyst for research collaboration and academic proliferation. Faculty of Manufacturing Engineering offers engineering
The accuracy and currency of the information presented herein was correct at the date of publication. However, Universiti Malaysia Pahang reserves the right to alter procedures, fees and regulations should the need arise.
The publication on details this system of a course in no way creates an obligation on the part of University to educate it in any given year or to educate it in any manner described herein. Thus, Universiti Malaysia Pahang reserves the right to suspend or make changes to courses at any time without notice.
Students and prospective students should always check with the relevant faculty officers before applying for or planning courses. International students should also check relevant policies, fees and procedures with Universiti Malaysia Pahang.
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A login name and password are necessary to visit secure areas. Before personal information (such as examination results) is published on the site, visitors are required to enter their student or staff number as well. This is to ensure that the information is only displayed to the intended person. Users should ensure that his/her password is kept securely and cannot be discovered by anyone else.
Use of Personal Information
Personal information you supply on-line will be used by the University staff in conducting the business of the University. Such uses include matters related to student administration, provision of services and the dissemination of information to staff, prospective and current students and remaining in contact with graduates. The University may also use your IP address to help diagnose problems with a server and to administer a web site. Your IP address is sometimes used to set up individual sessions to provide secure logins.
Disclosure of personal information
If personal information is collected via a website and held, every effort will be made to ensure that this is done by sufficiently secure means.
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For certain applications, our site's enrolment and/ registration forms require users to give contact information (like name and e-mail address) and unique identifiers (like login identification and student number).