Asia Metropolitan University (AMU)

Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia

Quick Facts

  • Internationally-accredited medical and healthcare programmes
  • Over 80% of its graduates are employed within a year of graduating
  • Rated 'Berdaya Maju (Viable)' in the latest SETARA rating

About Asia Metropolitan University (AMU)

Asia Metropolitan University (AMU) is a private university in Malaysia which was established in 2004.

Previously known as Masterskill University College of Health Sciences, the university prides itself for its Nursing, Medicine and Health Sciences programmes. It also offers programmes in Business, Accounting, Information Technology and Computer Science. 

The university has 2 campuses — one in Cyberjaya, which hosts its Business, Accounting, Information Technology and Computer Science programmes; and another in Johor Bahru, which hosts its Medicine and Healthcare-related programmes.

Asia Metropolitan University (AMU) Ranking & Reputation

AMU is rated 'Berdaya Maju (Viable)' in the latest SETARA rating.

Why Study at Asia Metropolitan University (AMU)


Industry-relevant curriculum
Their curriculum exposes students to industry practices to ensure they are ready for the workforce upon graduating


Fully equipped campus
The campus is armed with the latest technology and modern teaching equipment to create a conducive learning environment


Accredited programmmes
All programmes are fully accredited by MQA while AMU is recognised by the Accreditation Service for International Colleges (ASIC)

Campus Location

AMU currently has two campuses — Johor Bahru and Cyberjaya. The Johor Bahru campus, which hosts the Medical and other healthcare related programmes, is located on a 50,000 square feet land near the rapidly growing Iskandar economic zone. It can be accessed by car and is surrounded by a variety of facilities and amenities.

The Cyberjaya campus, which hosts the Business, Accounting, Information Technology and Computer Science programmes, is located at the centre of Malaysia’ Multimedia Super Corridor. This allows the students to connect and interact with the tech culture early on.