B.Eng in Automotive Engineering

In addition to the fundamental and technical requirements in Automotive Engineering, the course introduces critical components of management/ entrepreneurship and Islamic revealed knowledge.

Programme Description

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This program aims to help students develop into quality graduates possessing strong foundations in engineering with firm Islamic values, ethics as well as management skills. The goal is to make IIUM engineering graduates competent in the design and analysis of automotive vehicles, manage technology and conduct their profession as ethically sound engineers. It also produce graduates having good manufacturing and design knowledge of automotive systems, including vehicle dynamic, analysis and design structure.

Entry Requirements


Study period Duration Tuition Fees Start Date
Full Time 4 Year(s) Click HERE SEM I   : September
SEM II  : February

Interested students should 

  • Have at least three principal passes in the General Certificate of Education ‘Advanced Level’ (GCE) ‘A’ Level Examination (UK Educational System) obtained in one sitting, or
  • International Baccalaureate (IB) with a minimum of six subjects obtained in one sitting or any other qualifications that are recognized by the Senate of the University as equivalent to the above
  • Students must be strong in Mathematics and in two other subjects in the intended field of study.

Language Requirements

Applicants wishing to pursue their studies in programmes with English as medium of instruction must present

  • A score of 550 in the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or
  • Band 6.0 the International English Language Testing Service (IELTS) (Academic).
  • Alternatively, they may sit for the IIUM-administered English Placement Test (EPT) and obtain a minimum of 6.0 points to fulfil the English language requirement.

Applicants interested in programmes with Arabic as a medium of instruction must achieve an exemption after sitting for the IIUM-administered Arabic Placement Test (APT). Applicants who are unable to submit satisfactory results in any of the above tests may take up language proficiency courses at the University to fulfill the admission requirements.