Best Universities In Malaysia For Your Interests
by StudyMalaysia.com on November 29, 2017 | Top Stories
Have you already decided what you want to study but still unsure of which institution to choose? The D-SETARA rating of various programmes offered by institutions across Malaysia will give you an idea of which are the most outstanding in their field.
Have you ever wondered which institutions in Malaysia offer the best courses in a particular field? With the D-SETARA rating system, students now have an additional resource with which to assess the institutions of their choice. To date, the D-SETARA rating system has assessed courses from the following fields:
- Health Sciences
- Hospitality and Tourism
- Medicine, Dentistry and Pharmacy
If you’re interested in these fields, the table will show you which institutions were rated Tier 4 to 6, making them among the best in the country.
If you’re still unsure what career you’d like to pursue, check our Career Guide resource for articles and useful tips.
What is D-SETARA?
D-SETARA is a Discipline-Based Rating System that measures the quality of teaching and learning in academic disciplines at level six or the undergraduate level of the Malaysian Qualifications Framework. To assess the quality of teaching and learning, the rating instrument covers three generic domains: input (talent, resources and governance); process (curriculum) and output (quality of graduates and graduate satisfaction). The D-SETARA exercise classifies its rating into six Tiers, ranging from Tier 1 ‘Weak’ to Tier 6 ‘Outstanding’.
|Tier 5||Tier 4|
|International Medical University||Twintech International University College of Technology|
|Management & Science University||UCSI University|
|Universiti Islam Antarabangsa Malaysia||Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia|
|Universiti Malaya||Universiti Putra Malaysia|
|Universiti Sains Malaysia||Universiti Teknologi Mara|
|Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman|
|Tier 6||Tier 5|
|Taylor’s University||Management & Science University|
|Universiti Teknologi Mara|
Source: Malaysia Qualifications Agency
The results for the Rating System for Malaysian Higher Education (SETARA) 2017 was announced by the Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE) on 16 November. For the first time, SETARA 2017 comes under the purview of MOHE—previously, SETARA was handled by the Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA).
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