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Student Exchange Programme


General Information Academic Advisor Industrial Training Student Exchange Programme Award / Scholarship Academic Calendar

Students may apply to participate in any of the Student Exchange Programmes at our partnering foreign universities. To apply, students need to follow the steps below:

  • Check  the  list  and  details  of  the  505  partner  universities  in  55   different   countries  through http:/ icr.um.edu.my.
  • Check for the courses offered and information on the student exchange programme on the partnering University’s website.
  • Check out the application procedures and financial provisions through the International Student Centre website (http:/ isc.um.edu.my). ISC provides funding for exchange programme purposes.
  • Get advice from the Faculty Coordinator for Student Exchange regarding the suitability of courses to  be taken.
  • Student who receive insufficient funding from ISC may apply for the Lim Goh Tong Student Exchange Award by applying to the Dean of the Faculty.

    Some of our partnering universities through MoU/MoA are:

  • Akita International University, Japan
  • Australia National University, Australia
  •  Chungbuk National University, Korea
  • Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
  • Daejeon University, Korea
  • EBS Universitat fur Wirtschaft und Recht (formerly known as European Business School (EBS)), International, Germany
  • Ecole Superieure Des Sciences Commerciales D’angers (ESSCA) School of Management, France
  • Ewha Womans University, Korea
  • George Simon Ohm Fachhochschule Nuernberg (George Simon Ohm University of Applied Sciences Nuremberg), Germany
  • Korea University, Korea
  • National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan
  • Prince of Songkla University, Thailand
  • S P Jain Institute of Management and Research, India
  • Tsinghua University, Beijing P.R China
  • Universitas Pancasila, Indonesia
  • University of New South Wales, Australia
  • University of Seoul (UOS), Korea
  • WHU-Otto Beisheim School of Management, Vallender, Germany

Courses Offered for Exchange Students

This course aims to provide an introductory understanding of supply chain management. The objective is to provide students a managerial knowledge of basic concepts and principles including key supply chain activities, buyer-supplier relationships and supply chain integration. The course also discusses how information technology can improve the competitive position of the entire supply chain.

This course focuses on concepts and theories of Strategic Information Systems (SIS) and issues related to it. Approaches in SIS planning are also discussed, taking into consideration the strategic aspects and possibilities.


This course provides an introduction to the Internet Business. It outlines various strategies and applications that can be implemented within the organization. Students will be exposed to the preparation of an Internet Business proposals which has the potential to be implemented in Malaysia.


This course introduces the key concepts used to design, monitor and improve business processes using principles of operational management. It includes various aspects of the production function including forecasting, facility capacity and layout, quality control, just-in-time, inventory management and productivity. The course further exposes students to various operational techniques and models that could facilitate in decision making. The course also discusses various current issues that could impact the operation management strategies of a manufacturing or service firm.


This course enable students to understand and apply the basic concepts and processes of IT auditing. It discusses the importance of IT auditing knowledge in ensuring good corporate governance and risk management. This course also exposes the students to the development of sound control practices in IT environment.


This course covers several main aspects in electronic marketing (e-marketing). The first part explains the foundations of online marketing while the second part expands further on e-marketing and planning strategies. This part covers the comparison of traditional electronic tool with e-marketing tools where appropriate examples are provided for online execution. The final part integrates e-marketing in the context of marketing strategy specifically, investigating how (Product, Price, Promotion, Distribution and Customer Relationship Management) can create value for consumers and businesses.


This course offers a comprehensive analysis of the environmental forces that influence the global marketing function. Students will acquire and develop knowledge of how the marketing mix is adapted to identify or recognize and satisfy the needs of global and/or regional customer segments. The course covers four broad topics: global marketing concept and issues, global environmental analysis, global marketing research and strategic analysis, approaches of international market entry by firms, and design and management of a global marketing mix.


This course provides an overview of the hospitality industry in terms of what constitutes the industry and the functional departments involved in the management of hospitality organisations. It deals with the major components that serve as the backbone of the industry which includes tourism, lodging/accommodation, restaurants as well as non-commercial food services. The sub-components of hospitality industry will also be presented such as clubs, theme parks and entertainment and catering and event management. The traditional functions of management and how they can be applied in hospitality management situations are discussed. Students will be exposed to trends/current issues in the industry and analyse situations related to hospitality.


This course presents an overview of Islamic marketing.  Students will be able to understand the difference between conventional marketing and Islamic marketing.  Students will acquire knowledge of how the marketing mix is adapted in an Islamic marketing environment.  The course covers four broad topics: Islamic marketing within the context of Islamic economy and Islamic business, muslim consumer behaviour, the difference between conventional marketing and Islamic marketing, and the marketing mix (4Ps) within the context of Islamic marketing environment. 


This course discusses the various aspects of financial system, including the structure and role of central banks and importance of interest rate as well as the various financial regulatory measures to ensure the integrity and smooth running of the economy. The course also discusses in detail the role of financial markets and financial institutions as the main intermediaries between the demanders and suppliers of funds in ensuring liquidity in the financial system.


This course is designed to expose students to the concepts and practices of accounting in public sector together with the underlying legal provisions, rules and procedures. The coverage of the course includes environment of public sector accounting and major issues relating to management accounting and control, budgeting, financial accounting and reporting, auditing and performance measurement. The course also highlights the importance of accountability as well as current developments in public sector accounting.

Last Updated: 29/01/2021