The Faculty of Education was established in August 1993. The faculty offers various educational programmes at the first degree until the post-graduate levels. At the undergraduate level, the Bachelor of  Science and Computer in Education is designed to enable students to successfully master the courses that they have selected. In addition, students are trained to equip themselves with the knowledge and skills in Information Communication Technology (ICT) and the use of Multimedia in Education. The faculty offers courses which specialized in Science and Mathematics Education, Social Education and Engineering Technology. The implementation of the programs in the Faculty of Education is conducted in cooperation with other faculties in University Technology of Malaysia (UTM).


The Faculty of Education is led by the Dean and assisted by two Deputy Deans. The implementation of all the programmes is under the supervision of three departments. The departments are, Department of Educational Foundation and Social Sciences, Department of Educational Sciences, Mathematics and Creative Multimedia and Department of Technical and Engineering Education. The IT Manager is in charged of the administration and implementation of the teaching and learning process using computers. Academic matters and general administration of the faculty are lead by the Deputy Registrar (Academic) and one Assistant Registrar (Human Resource Management).


 In addition to lecture rooms, Faculty of Education is equipped with other facilities such as workshops, laboratories and  studios as listed below:

  •         Laboratories for the teaching of Hands-on Science
  •         Computer, Audio and Video, Digital, Digital Photography, Multimedia,Graphic  and Comp Service Lab.
  •         Virtual Classroom
  •         Engineering Education Workshops
  •         Living Skills Workshops

Admission Procedures

Admission for the first degree programmes is based on Sijil Tinggi Malaysia (STPM) result or its equivalent. Please refer to the detail descriptions in the UTM Prospectus Book. However, candidates who possess recognized diplomas can be considered for credit exemption.