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The PPS or Pusat Pengajian Siswazah (formerly known as Unit Pengajian Siswazah or UPSis) of Universiti Teknologi Mara (UiTM) was established on April 1997 with aim of strengthening the UiTM's postgraduate programmes. In establishing a reputation as a leading research and academic institution, UiTM has also earned a reputation as one of Malaysia's most innovative and entrepreneurial universities through links with business industries. This means that postgraduate students will be surrounded by cutting edge innovations, a rich research culture as well as inspirational lecturers and supervisors.

As the nerve centre of graduate-level education in this university, (UiTM Terengganu) PPS helps the students to manage in the terms of the student's admission and registration. Besides of these management assistance, PPS also provides our students with the opportunity to get some review on their research proposal in order to give them some advices based on their research. during this 'pre-registration' process, students will be able to experiences the real-like environment when they are about to give an presentation on their research at Institute Pengajian (IPSis) Shah Alam and by the same time, they will be able to identify any mistakes regarding their research.



To enhance and uplifting the academic performances especially regarding the postgraduate level in order to be known as one of the best institute that provide postgraduate education.


To provide the students of postgraduate studies with the opportunity to improve their knowledge in any specific field of interest into a higher level of degrees.


  • Provide opportunities for Bumiputera graduate to further election at Masters and Doctoral level.
  • Operate as the nerve-centre of graduate level education in the university.
  • To be responsible for the implementation, management and overall administration of graduate studies.
  • Coordinate and formulate policies on admissions and academic regulations.
  • Provide support to facilitate research and learning among postgraduate students.

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