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Key facts and figures at International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM)

Rankings

QS World University Rankings 2018-2019
Source: QS

651

Student life in numbers

COSTS PER YEAR
LIVING COSTS

RM13,840

CAMPUS ACCOMMODATION

RM6,120

AVERAGE TUITION FEE PER YEAR

UNDERGRADUATE

RM11,500

POSTGRADUATE

RM9,610

VOCATIONAL

RM12500

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100% of reviewers recommend International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM)

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Yaquob, Oman 5

Excellent

Everything is going well.i have an excellent experience and opportunities. People are friendly. Supervisors are cooperative and the environment is promising. Library is accessible and readily available.

Everything is going well.i have an excellent experience and opportunities. People are friendly. Supervisors are cooperative and the environment is promising. Library is accessible and readily available.

MOHAMMED, Malaysia 3

A GARDEN OF KNOWLEDGE AND VIRTUE

IIUM is an international university with  a nice reputation and suitable environment of study. It is a wonderful opportunity for students, especially for those who study Islamic banking and Islamic studies. Since it is an Islamic university, many of the students here are generally Islam, but even more s read full review

IIUM is an international university with a nice reputation and suitable environment of study. It is a wonderful opportunity for students, especially for those who study Islamic banking and Islamic studies. Since it is an Islamic university, many of the students here are generally Islam, but even more so, there are also some (in fact) many other non-Islam students studying here. Do not be misled by the name of the university, but typically the main core studies of the academic program in IIUM is Islamic related. And for future applicants, welcome to IIUM and Malaysia. show less