The Marine Design Technology (MDT) is an academic section in Universiti Kuala Lumpur, Malaysian Institute of Marine Engineering Technology (UNIKL-MIMET) which consists of professionally experienced teaching and research staffs who have extremely strong industry links. This section is dedicated in ensuring our programmes offered remain relevant to the global demands. Our programmes are developed in collaboration with industries and government bodies, placing our highly skilled graduates in high demand in the industry locally and abroad.

Currently this section is administrating two programmes in UNIKL MIMET which are:

  • Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Hons) in Naval Architecture and Shipbuilding
  • Diploma of Engineering Technology in Ship Design.

The curriculum for the programmes are intended to provide students with a broad knowledge of ship design and ship building through the study of ship or ocean vehicle design, hydrodynamics, ship structures, ship construction and/or on-board systems and equipment specific to the naval architecture discipline using creativity, critical thinking and hands-on approach. The students in UNIKL MIMET benefit from smaller class sizes with personalised attention and ready access to lecturer and tutors for advice and support.

 

List of Academic Programme

Programme
Accreditation Body
Diploma of Engineering Technology in Ship Design – DSD JPT/BPP (R/525/6/0080) 11/20, MQA A 11788
Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Hons) in Naval Architecture and Shipbuilding – BNASB JPT/BPP (R2/525/6/0026)09/22, MQA/FA 11165
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Lecturer Expertise

  • Ship experimental model testing
  • Computational Fluid Dynamics
  • Ship Structural Strength
  • Ship Design
  • Marine Machinery Design
  • Computer Aided Ship Design
  • Ship Stability
  • Hydrodynamics
  • Ship Powering and Propulsion
  • Ship’s and Offshore Structure Motion
  • Ship’s Maneuvering and Control
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Alumni

Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Hons.) in Naval Architecture and Ship Building – BNASB:
  • Sufian Bin Yahaya, Marine Surveyor, Bureau Veritas, Malaysia
  • Leftenan Maritim Mohd Naqeeb Bin Pauzi, Maritime Lieutenant, Malaysia Maritime Enforcement Agency
  • Leftenan TLDM AmirulIrwan Bin Romle, Coordination and management Officer, KD Pelandok Engineering Faculty, TLDM Lumut, Malaysia
Diploma of Engineering Technology in Ship Design – DSD:
  • Mohd Nurulrizuan Bin Bustamam, Maintenance Engineer, MTU Services Sdn. Bhd, Malaysia
  • Khairul Najmi Bin Mohd Najid, Naval Architect, Bumi Seatech Solutions Sdn. Bhd, Malaysia
  • Mohd Ikwan Bin Abdul Rahman, Owner Rep. (PMT – Supt. Naval Arch. & Shipbuilding), ICON Offshore Berhad, Malaysia
 
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Career Path

There are many design and construction fields for a naval architect to work within including; high-speed craft, leisure craft, sailing and power craft, super yachts, oil and gas floating systems, destroyers and patrol boats for the defence industry, underwater vehicles and submarines. Hence the career path after graduation are not limited to: 

  • Naval Architect 
  • Shipyard Engineer 
  • Shipyard Manager 
  • Ship Designer 
  • Ship Manager 
  • Ship Broker 
  • Project Manager 
  • Technical Manager 
  • Quality Controller 
  • Sales Engineer 
  • Technopreneur 

 

Head of Section

TS.Rohaizad Hafidz Rozali

1st Floor, Lakasamana Building
+605-690 9000

Prospective Malaysian
Students

Marketing & Student Recruitment Unit (MeSRA)
UniKL MIMET
Enquiry Form
Phone: 056909014
MeSRA MIMET : 010 650 9014
En.Mustafid : 017 302 5361
En.Firdaus : 019 496 6040
Pn.Marhaini : 010 931 4012

Prospective International
Students

Marketing & Student Recruitment Unit (MeSRA)
UniKL MIMET
Enquiry Form

Phone: 056909014
MeSRA MIMET : 010 650 9014
En.Mustafid : 017 302 5361
En.Firdaus : 019 496 6040
Pn.Marhaini : 010 931 4012