The Accreditation Section under the Internal Quality Assurance (IQA) is responsible for ensuring that the quality assurance program offered at UiTM meets the quality standards and complies with the Malaysian Qualifications Framework (MQF) further fulfilling the requirements of the Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA).

Application for programme accreditation through two application processes: 

  1. Provisional Accreditation (PA) is an endorsement of assurance that the specific programme fulfils the minimum requirement for it to be offered. This level is connected to seeking approval from the Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE) to conduct the new programme.
  2. Full Accreditation (FA) is a conferment to denote that the teaching, learning and all other related activities of a programme has met all the criteria and standards set for that purpose and in compliance with the MQF. It is done before the graduation of the first cohort.

Further information related to accreditation may refer to the following officers:



Puan Zuriati Binti Janin                                                Puan Nur Ayuni Salim

Head of Programme Accreditation                                Executive Officer, IQA

Tel : 03-55435710                                                         Tel: 03-55435712

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UiTM: Self-Accreditation Status


  1. The Certificate of Self-Accreditation Status for UiTM has been conferred by the Malaysian Qualification Agency (MQA) on 2 January 2017.
  2. The Self-Accreditation Status does not exclude programmes accredited by the Institution complying with the MQF, COPPA, COPIA, Programme Discipline Standards and Guide to Good Practice.
  3. The Self-Accreditation Status shall not cover professional programmes which require accreditation and recognition from the relevant professional bodies.
  4. The Self-Accreditation Status is limited to programmes oversees by the Senate and conducted on campus. It does not involve programme offered by a partner institution through collaboration or by subsidiary company owned by the university.
  5. Benefits:
    1. Allows UiTM to execute Academic Programme Accreditation (non-professional programmes) internally following all the requirement and good practices without through MQA
    2. UiTM can reduce the cost of accreditation application for each of the programme offered.
    3. Portray good image to the society and stakeholders that the academic quality is assured and maintained.