As the only University of Southampton campus located outside of the UK, University of Southamption Malaysia (UoSM) has come a long way since its inception in 2012 with a mission to be a leading institution for research, teaching, and innovation across Asia through our Engineering programmes.
UoSM is devoted to excellence in teaching, learning, and research, and to develop leaders in many disciplines who make a difference globally. Our programmes are taught by staff who are engaged in world-class research and cutting-edge professional practice and our students are at the heart of our ground-breaking work.
As part of its expansion plans, UoSM has now moved into its new 150,000sq ft state-of-the-art estate in Iskandar Puteri. The new campus is equipped with a myriad of open learning spaces, lecture halls, an Aerospace Lab, a Design Studio, Business Experimental Labs, and a 12-terminal Bloomberg Suite to enhance the quality and learning experience throughout the students’ journey with us.
UoSM is currently the Top UK University in Malaysia* and the Top 1%* of all the world's educational institutions.
* QS World University Rankings 2023
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University of Southampton Malaysia's Laboratories
UoSM's Aerospace Laboratory is specially designed for our MEng Aeronautics & Astronautics students. It is equipped with a subsonic wind tunnel that can operate to a speed of up to 130km/h, flight simulator, and a Hilton nozzle rig.
This is one of UoSM's Electrical and Electronic Laboratory. MEng EEE students will be using this state-of-the-art equipment with bespoke teaching benches, which span over four different laboratories - Electronics, Electrical, Artificial Intelligence Innovation and Smart Power Systems - to best facilitate teaching, learning and research activities.
The Mechanical Workshop is a MEng Mechanical Engineering student’s haven, where they can turn ideas into reality and gain invaluable hands-on experience! This workshop is equipped with revolutionary equipment such as a laser cutter, used to cut various shapes on plywood and acrylic sheets, and 3D printers, which can manufacture plastic parts from a 3D CAD model. There are also other machines such as the lathe machine, milling machine, sheet metal bending machine, and more.
University of Southampton Malaysia’s Computer Science labs are equipped with around 200 different programmes and packages, enabling students to develop their intellectual curiosity and skills. In here, they can build and maintain virtual machines for creating web services, testing computer security and manage their own SQL database systems.