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University Book Prize

Level 1000 Book Prize

  • Awarded for each degree programme [a maximum of three (3) recipients]
  • To be eligible, students must complete TWO semesters and a total of 28-32 MCs in their first two semesters
  • Three highest T-scores among those having cGPA 3.5 or above

Level 1000 Book Prize (Melayu Islam Beraja)

  • Obtained the highest score in MIB module among those having cGPA 3.5 or above
  • Awarded to the most outstanding student in Melayu Islam Beraja (MIB)
  • Highest score in the compulsory breath MIB module taken in the Academic Session

Level 2000 & 3000 Book Prize - Major

  • One (1) recipient for each major
  • To be eligible, students must complete a minimum of two (2) semesters and a maximum of four (4) semesters
  • Completed at least 16 MCs of Major Core/Major Option modules of Level 2000 and 3000
  • Top Subject-specific GPA (sGPA) of Level 2000 and 3000 Major Core/Major Option modules among those having cGPA and sGPA 3.5 or above

Level 4000 & 5000 Book Prize - Major

  • One (1) recipient for each major
  • To be eligible students must complete at least 24 MCs of Degree/Major Core/Major Option modules of Level 4000 and 5000
  • Top Subject-specific GPA (sGPA) of Level 4000 and 5000 Degree/Major Core/Major Option modules among those having cGPA and sGPA 3.5 or above

For Undergraduate Level

  • One (1) recipient for each Master Degree by coursework programme and the Graduate Diploma in Education
  • To be eligible, students must have the highest cGPA in the respective programme/Graduate Diploma in Education cohort with a minimum cGPA of 4


University Medals

The Chancellor’s Gold Medal

  • Candidates normally have obtained a Bachelor degree with First Class Honours
  • Awarded on the basis of academic excellence, leadership qualities, contribution in student activities such as sports, welfare, religious and other outdoor activities, and contribution in and promotion of community services (supported with a report from Student Affairs Section)


Vice-Chancellor’s Medal

  • Candidates normally must have obtained a Bachelor degree with at least Upper Second Class Honours. Candidates with Lower Second Class might be considered if candidate have met the above point with very outstanding and exceptional results
  • Awarded on the basis of leadership qualities, active participation in student activities such as sports, welfare, religious and other outdoor activities, and participation in and promotion of community services (supported with a report from Student Affairs Section)


The University Silver Medal

  • Candidates nominated for this medal must have obtained a degree with at least Upper Second Class Honours with a minimum cGPA of 3.5 and no grade ‘P’ (conditional pass) and/or ‘F’ (fail) in any modules in the course of his/her study
  • Also awarded to the most outstanding Final Year Student in each degree programme of the University
  • Awarded solely on academic merit, based on the overall examination results in the degree programme

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