We incorporate industry-led curriculum provides a scientific, systematic understanding of information technology

WHY CHOOSE FCI?

Agile curriculum which reflects technology trends and industrial demand with ever-evolving specialization offering for our programmes, resulting in cutting-edge course content

Experienced teaching staff who are research active and conduct technical consultancy, resulting in best-practices from industry finding its way into the classroom

Strong links with industry through intentional partnership with partners such as MDEC, MCMC, MSTB, MBOT etc

Strong links with industry sponsored labs (Dell and Vitrox), software (IBM and Microsoft) and expert Industry advisors which results in teaching-and-learning which is close to industrial practice

Excellent employability track record! Ranked #1 in Frost and Sullivan’s Malaysian Digital Talent 1 demand-side survey and Gartner MSC Malaysia Top 100 Malaysian ICT companies Graduate Employability Survey 2015

State-of-the-art computer equipment which are always refreshed to meet today’s computing needs

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Kulsocs won the Pitch Award at the World Startup Festival (WSF)

Kulsocs, a startup company founded by our alumni from the Faculty of Creative Multimedia (FCM), Ms. Syahidah Suhaimi, has won the Pitch Award at the World Startup Festival (WSF) on 13th April 2019. The award ceremony was held during the Malaysia International Halal Showcase (MIHAS).

The Halal Innovation Festival (HIF) is a specially curated event by WSF. It is meant to shed critical light on the Halal Ecosystem, expunge the fallacies of the industry, and attempt to bring back the true meaning and spirit of what it is to be halal in this new era.

Kulsocs is an online store that sells Cool and Trendy arm sleeves. Kulsocs helps improve nurses working condition and career satisfaction by serving as an infection control measure while complying with religious beliefs without compromising patient safety.