ADVANCED INFORMATICS PROGRAMMES
About Our Department
Advanced Informatics Department (AID) specialises in the area of Informatics and is the preferred referral department in the fields of Business Intelligence and Analytics, Software Engineering, Informatics, Information Assurance and Computer System Engineering. AID plays a major role in contributing to Faculty of Technology and Informatics Razak’s (FTIR) achievements in research, publication and consultancy, as well as post-graduate teaching and learning. Multidisciplinary approaches and lifelong learning have been practiced as key to discovery and in the conception of knowledge. AID also harnesses innovative research culture through synergistic partnership with industries and other stakeholders focusing on leading edge solutions. This collaboration allows our AID members and graduate students research to focus around industrial problems and beyond departmental and individual program context.
Why Choose Us
An Established Department
AID is a department focusing on various aspects of Informatics offering postgraduate programmes in Business Intelligence and Analytics, Software Engineering, Informatics, Information Assurance and Computer System Engineering. Pivoting on business, management and health in line with the aspiration of a research university and IR 4.0.
All AID programmes are recognised by the Ministry of Education and accredited by Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA).
AID at FTIR is strategically located in the city centre of Kuala Lumpur, the capital city of Malaysia. Students can enjoy cosmopolitan living with access to all modern amenities such as Light Rail Transport (LRT), riding free all year around the GO KL City Bus ORANGE LINE among other available public transport, numerous shopping malls such as UTM Residency, banks and other commercial facilities.
English is the medium of instruction for all programmes.
Highly Qualified Academic Staff
Highly qualified academic staff possess professional certifications, technically inclined and have undergone industrial attachment besides incorporating quality teaching and learning methodologies.
All AID programmes were developed taking into account current industrial needs and market trends.
International students constitute a substantial portion of student population suggesting global ambiance on campus.
Research & Mixed Mode Programmes
Research Groups and Journals