Quick Facts

ACADEMIC STAF
Number of Academic Staff : 1,874
International Academic Staff : 109
Inbound Visiting Academic Staff : 132
Outbound Visiting Academic Staff : 88

UNDERGRADUATE
Number of Undergraduate Student : 15,232
International Undergraduate Student : 699
Inbound Exchange Undergraduate Student : 28
Outbound Exchange Undergraduate Student : 1,330
Average International Undergraduate Fees : RM5,462
Average Domestic Undergraduate Fees : RM1,942
Average Undergraduate Class size : 30

GRADUATE/POSTGRADUATE
Number of Graduate /Postgraduate Student : 6,239
International graduate Student : 1,895
Inbound Exchange Postgraduate Student : 33
Outbound Exchange Postgraduate Student : 32
Average International Graduate /Postgraduate Fees : RM6,538
Average Domestic Graduate/Postgraduate Fees : RM2,835
Average Taught Graduate/Postgraduate Class size : 25

STUDENTS
Total Students : 21,471
Total International Students : 2,594
Total Outbound Exchange Students : 1,362
Total Inbound Exchange Students : 61
Average International Student Fees : RM 5749, 80
Average Domestic Student Fees : RM 2389, 85
Average Class Size : 28

GRADUATE OUTPUT
Proportion of Graduates Pursuing Further Study : 19.5%
Proportion of Graduates Employed : 80.7%
Number of PhDs Awarded : 519

PUBLICATION & CITATION
Number of Papers : 2,850
Number of Citations : 6,640

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PUBLICATIONS
Journal Publications:

Moeinaddini M., Asadi-Shekari. Sultan Z. Zaly Z. Shah. M and Hamzah A. (2016) ‘The relationship between urban street networks and private motorized trips at the city level’. Transportation Planning and Technology, 39(6), 612-623


 
Asadi-Shekari. Z, Moeinaddini M, Sultan. Z, Zaly Shah. M and Hamzah A (2016)Analysing the relationships between travel mode indicators and the number of passenger transport fatalities at the city levelTraffic Injury Prevention, 17(6), 650-655


Sultan Z. and Tini N. H. and Moeinaddini M (2016) ‘Exploring the Implementation and Success of Green Urban Mobility in Asian Cities’ Journal of the Malaysian Institute of Planners, Special Issue IV, 295-314


Sultan Z.,
(2016) Review of the book ‘Urbanism and Transport: Building Blocks for Architects and City and Transport Planners by Helmut Holzapfel’, Town Planning Review , Vol. 87, Issue 3, pp. 363-370.


Sultan Z.,
Ngadiman N.I., Kadir F.D. and Moeinaddini M (2016) ‘Factor Analysis of Motorcycle Crashes in Malaysia’, Journal of the Malaysian Institute of Planners, Special Issue IV, 135-146


Moeinaddini M., Asadi-Shekari Z., 
Sultan Z., Zaly S. M.(2015) 'Analyzing the relationships between the number of deaths in road accidents and the work travel mode choice at the city level' Safety Science 72, 249-254

Sultan
Z., Moeinaddini M., Asadi-Shekari Z., Zaly S. M.(2015)‘Understanding The Neighbourhood Choice Decisions of Movers: An Analysis of Focus Group Discussions Jurnal Teknologi (Sciences & Engineering) 76(14) 49-56


Bahreini A., Mirzaei H., Moeinaddini M., Asadi-Shekari Z., Sultan Z. and Zaly S. M.(2015) ‘Evaluating significant factors that influence public transport usage in Kerman, Iran’ Journal of the Malaysian Institute of Planners, Special Issue IV, 99-108


Mirzaei H., Bahreini A., Moeinaddini M., Asadi-Shekari Z., Sultan Z. and Zaly S. M.(2015) ‘Identification of significant indicators for a happy city’ Journal of the Malaysian Institute of Planners, Special Issue IV, 263-272


Moeinaddini M., Asadi-Shekari Z., Sultan Z., Zaly S. M.(2015) ‘The Relationship Between Street network Network Morphology and Percentage of Daily Transport Foot and By Bicycle at the City-Level’ . Jurnal Teknologi (Sciences & Engineering) 76(14) 23-28


Sultan Z.
and Arifin Z. N. and Tahira M (2016) Between Land and People: A Review of Socioeconomic Issues within the context of Rapid Development in Iskandar MalaysiaInternational Journal of Built Environment and Sustainability (IJBES) Volume 3, Issue 3,191-198


Gul Y. and Sultan Z. (2016) ‘Effects of Neighborhood Built Environment on Physical Activity in Gated Communities-A Review’ International Journal of Built Environment and Sustainability (IJBES) Volume 3, Issue 1, 13-29.


Published Conference Proceedings:


Sultan Z., Hine J. and Berry J. (2011) 'Household Location Choice and Travel Behaviour: A Review of International Evidence' presented at WCTR conference July 11- 15, 2010, Lisbon, Portugal. Available at: http://www.wctr2010.info/WCTR_General/documents/01747.pdf

Sultan Z., Hine J. and Berry J. (2010) 'A Methodological Framework for the Study of Household Residential Location Choice and Travel Behaviour', presented at ITRN conference 31st August and 1st September, 2010, Dublin, Ireland. Available at: http://www.itrn.ie/uploads/Part%205.pdf

Sultan Z. and Rosário, M. (2008) 'Open Busways System' A well managed and efficient public transport solution for low-income countries' presented at Codatu XIII Conference Hô Chi Minh, November 12 - 14, 2008, Vietnam. Available at: http://www.codatu.org/english/conferences/codatu13/CodatuXIII-CDrom/codCDSultanMacario.pdf

Sultan, Z. (2007) 'Sustainable Transport Planning by Integrating Land-Use and Externalities' TransportNET Network Seminar, Lyon, France

Sultan, Z. (2007) 'Urban Poverty and Sustainable Transport Planning in Karachi, Pakistan' 7th STRC Conference, Ascona, Switzerland

Research Books & Book Sections

 Moeinaddini. M and Sultan. Z (2015), Sustainable Urban Transport: Challenges and Practices, ISBN 978-983-52-1035-8, UTM Press, Malaysia:


Moeinaddini. M and Sultan. Z (in press), Human Scale in Urban Transport, UTM Press, Malaysia

 Moeinaddini. M, Asadi-Shekari. Z, Sultan. Z, Zaly Shah. M and Hamzah. A (in press) “Urban structure and sustainable urban transport” UTM Press, Malaysia Malaysia


Sultan. Z
and Nuhu Honney Tini. A (in press) ‘Impact of Road Network Connectivity on Socio-Economic Development ’ In Moeinaddini. M and Sultan. Z (Eds), Human Scale in Urban Transport, Malaysia: Universiti Teknologi Malaysia


Moeinaddini. M, Asadi-Shekari. Z, Sultan. Z and Hamzah. A (in press) ‘Sustainability and Urban Street Design’ In Moeinaddini. M and Sultan. Z (Eds), Human Scale in Urban Transport, Malaysia: Universiti Teknologi Malaysia


Sultan Z.,
(2015) ‘Neighbourhood Design and Mobility PreferencesIn Moeinaddini. M and Sultan. Z (eds.), Sustainable urban transport: Challenges and practices, ISBN 978-983-52-1035-8, Malaysia: Universiti Teknologi Malaysia


Moeinaddini. M, Asadi-Shekari. Z, Sultan. Z and Zaly Shah. M (2015) ‘Automobile Externalities and Car-Free Cities’ In Moeinaddini. M and Sultan. Z (eds.), Sustainable urban transport: Challenges and practices, ISBN 978-983-52-1035-8, Malaysia: Universiti Teknologi Malaysia


Sultan Z.
and Dave, K. (2008), Agenda 21 as a Tool for Implementing an Improved Traffic Environment and Safety for Developing Countries – A Case Study of Faisalabad, Pakistan in (ed.) Gunjan Malhotra, Development Issues of Environmental Growth, Macmillan Press Ltd., India


 
 
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Philosophy of UTM

The divine law of Allah is the foundation for science and technology. Universiti Teknologi Malaysia strives with total and unified effort to develop excellence in science and technology for universal peace and prosperity, in according with His Will.

Vision

To be recognised as a world-class centre of academic and technological excellence

Mission

To be a leader in the development of human capital and innovative technologies that will contribute to the nation's wealth creation

Motto

In the name of God for Mankind

Brief History

UTM is a leading innovation-driven research-intensive university in science and technology located both in Kuala Lumpur and Johor Bahru, Malaysia with a student population of more than 9,100 postgraduates and 13,800 undergraduates including more than 3,300 international students. It is renowned for being at the forefront of engineering and technological knowledge and expertise with more than 2,200 PhD students enrolled in science and technology research programmes. UTM has established a reputation for innovative education and leading-edge research contributing significantly to intellectual property generation for the nation. UTM is also actively involved in research collaboration with renowned universities such as Cambridge, Oxford, MIT, Imperial College, Stanford Research Institute, Kyoto and Tokyo, to name a few. The university offers a wide range of Executive Education programmes from industrial doctorate (Eng. D.) up to market-driven diploma courses.